Vogue Italia #836, April 2020
225 x 285 mm. Milan, Italy (Italian-language)
‘Far Away So Close’
Considered by some to be the least commercial member of the Vogue family, Italia is renowned for its provocative and often controversial fashion stories. This issue marks the Coronavirus pandemic with a blank white cover.
Emanuele Farneti explains, ‘It’s a reminder that after the crisis in 1929, clothes turned white, a color chosen to express purity in the present and hope for the future. And above all, white is not surrender; it’s a blank page to be filled, the frontispiece of a new story about to begin.‘
Editor-in-chief: Emanuele Farneti