Top model Vittoria Ceretti is styled by Marina Gallo in ‘La Leccion De La Decada 70’. Photographer Giampaolo Sgura is behind the lens for Vogue Espana September 2019./ Hair by Franco Gobbi; makeup by Helene Vasnier
Sarah Mower is the first person voice behind Vogue’s August 2019 in-depth ‘The Present Is Female: The Designers Behind a Fashion Revolution.’
A FEMALE CULTURE runs far and wide across the landscape of 21st-century fashion. It’s there at the top of the canopy, in major Parisian houses; it pervades the uprising of young, self-made independents and generations of established entrepreneurs: a multifaceted critical mass of women steadily working to change an industry for the better. What’s remarkable is the way they talk about feeling, their agile ability to intuit the time we live in, and their quiet but steady turning of the fashion world toward the overthrow of bad and old institutional behaviors.
Top model Vittoria Ceretti wears casual, polished looks from Courreges, Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, Sunnei and more styled by Charlotte Collet for ‘Do Not Analyze’. Rising photographer Hugo Comte is behind the lens for Vogue Italia’s July 2019 ‘The DNA Issue’. / Hair by Louis Ghewy; makeup by Siobhan Furlong
Top model Vittoria Ceretti is styled by Anna Dello Russo in black magic, sensual looks for ‘Viva Vittoria’. Photographers Luigi & Iango are in the studio for Vogue Japan August 2019./ Hair by Luigi Murenu; makeup by Erin Parsons
Vogue Germany’s July 2019 cover story honors Karl Lagerfeld, celebrating the late designer in covers by Birgit Kos, Luna Bijl and Vittoria Ceretti. Styled by editor-in-chief Christiane Arp, the star trio is lensed in trademark Peter Lindbergh images wearing fall looks from Chanel and Fendi.
Kendall Jenner and Vittoria Ceretti are in a Hockney-colors summer mood , styled by Carlos Nazario for ‘Put It in Print’. Kendall flies solo with the duo lensed by Oliver Hadlee Pearch for Vogue US June 2019./ Hair by James Pecis; makeup by Susie Sobol