The Vogue Italia September 2014 editorial taken by photographer Peter Lindbergh plays up on a slew of motherly motifs. Model Mariacarla Boscono is found dotting on the needs of a young girl, presented in these images much like her own daughter.
Stylist Clare Richardson enabled Boscono to play the part of a high end mother. Much like the black and white pictures was Richardson's incorporation of vintage 1940s elements. The ensembles were reminiscent of the decade as Boscono sported double breasted pea coats, loose masculine sweaters, tattered blazers and lace lingerie pieces.
Though little color is let on in this Vogue Italia series, expression is rampant. Both Boscono and the small child posed earnestly and intently for Lindbergh.
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