The Laura Kampman Vogue Italia cover poses a simple statement: "Surreal or Real?" That seems to be a very popular theme of late. Many magazines, artists and designers are delving into a world of fantasy when it comes to their latest projects and this magazine cover is not an exception. It features a displaced, semi-collage design that is reminiscent of the 'Phantom of the Opera.'
Shot by Steven Meisel for the publication's March 2012 issue, the Laura Kampman Vogue Italia cover is set to hit newsstands on February 3. Although the portrait pose is very classic, the superimposed monotone headshot and golden clawed gloves give Kampman an eerie, avant-garde look.
The Laura Kampman Vogue Italia cover portrays an "indefinable as a creature of dreams, yet as sophisticated as a diva of yesteryear," as written by magazine.
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