I love fashion editorials that are shot in different countries as it makes me want to travel to them and look as fabulous as the models wearing all these designer clothes. As this is turning into a weekly posting, today I bring you Natasha Poly for French Vogue in North Africa wearing some of the coolest prints ever designed by Isabel Marant, Etro, Missoni, Kenzo, Barbara Bui, Roberto Cavalli, Dries Van Noten and Emilio Pucci. This editorial was shot by the Dutch couple Inez Van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin and styled by Emmanuelle Alt who is now the Editor of French Vogue after Carine Roitfeld left.
I want these stripe pants!
I love all these different textures, prints, and fringes paired together with cool ethic jewelry and the same style Isabel Marant boots throughout the editorial .
This is just too cool for words, I can't wait to go and hang out with the camels. I don't know if I can pull off all these jumpsuit looks because I have wide hips, but they look great in Natasha.
So have any of you guys gone to any countries in North Africa? I have been dying to go to Morocco, Tunisia, and Egypt. My little sister wants to go for her bday next year to Morocco so we will see what happens!
Vogue Paris April 2010 Issue
Photographers: Inez &Vinoodh
Styling: Emanuelle Alt