We’ve been the biggest champions of Vogue Japan’s partnership with Luigi & Iango over the years. After all, the photographic duo delivers beautiful covers featuring everyone from Gisele Bündchen to Namie Amuro to Natasha Poly to Gigi Hadid. Despite the fact that the vast majority of Luigi & Iango’s Japanese Vogue covers over recent months have failed to impress, the pair continues to power through. Three years after her last appearance, Vittoria Ceretti is back on the magazine for November 2020 working a bold red lip, slicked-back hair and a bejeweled look from Miu Miu’s Fall 2020 collection selected by Anna Dello Russo.
“Guess this is an outtake from last month‘s editorial? The cover looks very dated, like something from the late 90s. Not sure if I like it,” voiced Benn98.
“Wow! This was an outtake from last month!” declared MON.
“I’ve just seen this last month,” Ghesquiere32 chimed in.
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“Funny because all their issues look like an outtake from their August 2020 editorial,” added jorgepalomo.
“When I see Vittoria’s name in a thread, I just cannot open it fast enough, even if it turns out to be a tepid reprint or outtake,” confessed tigerrouge.
“I for one don’t care that it’s an outtake. It’s Vittoria by Luigi & Iango! And she looks fabulous. I love it!” praised aracic.
Forum member vogue28 agreed: “I’m unafraid to admit that I am a sucker for these type of covers from Vogue Japan. Obviously not the most groundbreaking of covers, but it’s Vittoria Ceretti, it’s Luigi & Iango and there’s a sense of glamour from the styling — so I’ll take it.”
“Vittoria looks stunning, her face is gorgeous and that Miu Miu looks incredible on her,” proclaimed WAVES.
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