Covers on covers on covers! For Vogue Italia's big, fat "25 Years of Fashion" issue, why stop at just one? Instead, the glossy prepped no fewer than six fold-out covers for the special edition. Each one bears the inscription "Revolution," and the magazine is nothing short of revolutionary.
"'If you think about all the [fashion] movements we have had in the years, they came from a situation that's social, economical and political. So why should we not reflect our time?" esteemed editor-in-chief Franca Sozzani asked the Telegraph last week. With this issue, Sozzani celebrates a quarter-century helming perhaps the most radical edition of Vogue. "Everything you would expect to be on the inside is on the outside."
The editor enlisted famed photographer Steven Meisel to stage large group portraits of supermodels like Gisele Bundchen, Linda Evangelista, Natalia Vodianova, Stella Tennant, Raquel Zimmerman, Cameron Russell and Amanda Murphy.
No strangers to button-pushing, the Italian image-makers have crafted dramatic covers sure to stand the test of 25 more years: one grunge-inspired, one S&M-influenced, one underwear-featuring and one portrait-based. Which of the six is your favorite?
The end-all, be-all of cover girls: