From Nude 3D Supermodels to Witchy Warped Photography

 - Oct 24, 2011
For those of you fashion lovers who know the fashion world inside and out, it is no secret that Vogue Italia is incomparable in terms of photography and cutting-edge fashion, which is why this list of shocking Vogue Italia shoots are sure to stir up controversy.

From the July 2008 issue which featured only black models, to editorials like Steven Meisel's September 2006 'State of Emergency,' a visual representation of the War on Terror, and Meisel's July 2007 'Rehab,' which addressed recent celebrity visits to rehab clinics. Finally, the August 2010 issue, featuring Kristen McMenamy, was shot on the site of the BP Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

It's clear that although different editions of Vogue are printed in countries all over the world, none can truly compare to the shocking and visually artistic appeal of these shocking Vogue Italia shoots.

In short, Anna Wintour ain't got nothing on Vogue Italia editor Franca Sozzani.