From Odd Graduation Party Editorials to Art Deco Fashion

By: Josh Triantafilou - Published: May 27, 2012
Italy has been at the center of Western fashion for 2000 years, and even a passing glance at a few of these Vogue Italia features will underscore why. From quirky to bold and beautiful, the magazine pulls off eccentric elegantly.

Vogue Italia is, as its name suggests, the Italian language edition of Vogue magazine. However, it is distinguished in more ways than simply language and geography from its sister publications.

While many fashion magazines could easily be described as commercial and even pedestrian, Vogue Italia often aims to satiate more daring tastes. Needless to say, the editors of this prominent fashion publication have not shied away from adorning covers with provocative, envelope-pushing looks. Androgyny, clashing couture and clearly suggestive poses are prominent throughout the pages of this cutting-edge magazine.