I worked with Director Nicolas Winding Refn (Drive, The Neon Demon) to create of an extra chapter of The Neon Demon – his recently acclaimed psychological horror film, a dark journey through the cruel, beauty-obsessed world of fashion – exclusively for Vanity Fair Italia. The result is a 44-page cinematic fashion spread featuring eighteen young Italian actresses wearing top designers like Prada, Chanel and Gucci. See more here.
On the cover of this week’s Vanity Fair Italia: Liam Hemsworth, star of Independence Day – Regeneration, photographed by Eric Ray Davidson.
“Nessuna definizione” Kristen Stewart on the cover of Vanity Fair Italia. Photographed by Peter Yang
“La nuova Britney” Britney Spears on the cover of Vanity Fair Italia. Photographed by Mario Testino
“What a wicked way to treat the girl who loves you.” “You can taste the dishonesty . . . It’s all over your breath.” Beyoncé sings on her latest album Lemonade. She appears on this week’s cover of Vanity Fair Italia. Photographed by Mario Testino.
Prince Rogers Nelson, aka Prince, died at the age of 57 on April 21, in a Herb Ritts portrait from 1991 on the cover of Vanity Fair Italia.
A cat and Chris Hemsworth photographed by Bruce Weber on this week’s Vanity Fair Italia.
Vanity Fair Italia Exclusive: In 1983 photographer Richard Corman snapped Polaroids of an unknown Madonna in his brother’s New York apartment. It wasn’t until recently that Corman found the box of lost Polaroids. Here are a few of the 66 shots which have gone unseen until now.
Nicoletta Romanoff, Italian actress and great-great-great-great granddaughter of Emperor Nicholas I of Russia, photographed by Simone Falcetta in Moscow for Vanity Fair Italia. Styled by Sciascia Gambaccini
Jamie King photographed in her home by Pamela Hanson for Vanity Fair Italia. Styled by Sciascia Gambaccini.