...I guess the message to women here is to glue their hair, rip their clothes, wear too-small tops and pair socks with everything.
But thank God I know a thing or two about fashion and I hope women out there who follow fashion or even read Vogue Italia have the abilities to differentiate between reality from fantasy, an editorial to a real life setting. In other words I hope I don't see girls walking on U street with something similar to this unless your name is Gaga or Erykah Badu.
Now let's tighten up our belts. If I was a non-fashion person, even worse close-minded individual, ignorant, with no formal education, living in a third world country, not demeaning those progressive people who I had the chance to meet who descent from such countries. Matter of fact, I come from one, so no hard feelings here. But my point is if I was not exposed or posses such skills to fathom art, in a form of fashion, or in this case an editorial that displays fashion in an unconventional form, I would hate this pictures at first glance. But after a second look and truly understanding the meaning behind this story, I see the light and beauty in it. Hope you too.
Miuccia Prada is going to be so happy about this