Izabel Goulart stars in the 'Cheia De Graca' Vogue Brasil editorial. The top model is captured by famed photographer Giampaolo Sgura for the South American publication's February 2013 issue.
Izabel channels a woman of God as she sports a series of ornate ensembles with a religious inspiration. From traditional priest attire to various nun uniforms, the model is edgy and embellished in this controversial couture photoshoot.
The 'Cheia De Graca' Vogue Brasil fashion story is outfitted by none other than Vogue Japan editor-at-large and accessory queen Anna Dello Russo whose signature 'more and more' aesthetic shines through. Embracing jewelled accessories, baroque embroidery and intricately gilded details, this dynamic editorial redefines tradition and proves that fashion has a religious like influence on its loyal followers.