As 2012 approaches and many are holding their breath for what the new year holds in terms of fashion, magazines are looking to put their best foot forward for the year’s final issue, as is seen in the Vogue Italia December 2011 issue featuring a fun shoot with 2011’s “It” model Karlie Kloss.
The issue gets supermodel Karlie Kloss in ultra-seductive poses and for the first time ever, Karlie bares all in print: that’s one gigantic kick to end the year. Swiftly seated in a 90s getup and dripping with panache and style, Karlie manages to throw in her charm without much effort. The air of seduction and fun grips the readers into a series of “oohs” and “aahs” as they unravel the several exotic shots.
Captured by Steven Meisel, the Vogue Italia December 2011 issue gets minimal silhouettes and gigantic hats swinging swiftly. Karlie’s sizzling svelte figure simply radiates with pieces from Michael Kors, Louis Vuitton, Max Mara and Roberto Cavalli.
The Vogue Italia December 2011 Issue is Full of Playful Fun
1. Playful Fashion Shoots - There is a trend for magazines to feature fun and playful fashion shoots, providing an opportunity for photographers and models to showcase creativity.
2. Nudity in Print - The inclusion of nude photos in fashion magazines can be seen as a disruptive innovation that challenges traditional boundaries and creates a buzz.
3. Minimal Silhouettes - The Vogue Italia December 2011 issue showcases a trend for minimalist silhouettes in fashion, which presents an opportunity for designers to experiment with clean, sleek designs.
1. Fashion Magazines - Fashion magazines can stay ahead of the curve by embracing playful fashion shoots and featuring unique and boundary-pushing content.
2. Photography - The trend for fun and creative fashion shoots opens up new opportunities for photographers to showcase their skills and experiment with unique concepts.
3. Fashion Design - The preference for minimal silhouettes creates a disruptive innovation opportunity for fashion designers to create sleek and contemporary designs for a more streamlined aesthetic.