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Model Isabeli Fontana is Painted for "Keith Me" in Vogue Paris

By: Marissa Liu - Published:   Updated: Aug 16 2011 • References: vogue.fr & forums.thefashionspot
Model Isabeli Fontana is covered in tribal accents for the editorial 'Keith Me' in Vogue Paris. The Brazilian beauty is also the magazine's November 2009 cover girl, in which graffiti is a popular theme. Makeup artist Lucia Pieroni painstakingly etched every inch of Fontana for the issue's fashion tribute to artist Keith Haring's graffiti-inspired images.

Photographer David Sims captured the exotically marked editorial while Vogue Paris editor-in-cheif Carine Roitfeld took on styling duties.

Implications - Consumers are always interested in editorials that explore the underground world of foreign countries. These unexplored areas continue to captivate audiences and fulfil their need for knowledge and curiosity. Companies can benefit and profit by featuring these exotic and foreign qualities in their products to attract a broader consumer base.

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