The January 2020 Vogue Italia Special Issue boasts a standout design that also makes a statement about the climate crisis. Those who pick up a copy of the fashion magazine will find that all of the cover designs and features within the issue have been created by artists—and there's no editorial photography at all. Each magazine notes that "no photoshoot production was required in the making of this issue," which helps to reduce the resources needed to ship wardrobes of clothes to be styled and shot on models.
Never before has Vogue Italia had an illustrated cover and in total, seven different covers have been created by different artists, each of which offers a different way to represent designer clothes and well-known models.
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