Diccionario Para Una Nueva Era De Almodovar A Zahia —





As with any other issue of V Spain, the fact that it’s in Spanish and targeted at a Spanish-speaking readership doesn’t mean that it’s not international. And, in a world of global celebrity, how could it not be? Hence Sebastian Faena’s shoot of Lady Gaga styled by her own resident style consultant, Nicola Formichetti would hardly seem out of place in any international luxury glossy. Nor indeed would a range of the top-notch fashion stories that one may have spotted in the English-language V Magazine, for example, Willy Vanderperre’s shoot with face-of-the-moment Lea T or Anthony Cotsifas’ wonderfully creative handbag feature that literally lets the cat out of the bag.

But, there is a lot of original content that one cannot find anywhere else. Understandably, this is particularly the case with celebrity features where the focus is on big names in the Spanish-speaking world, such as hot acting talents Marta Etura and Blanca Suárez. However, the fashion too gets an original Spanish eye such as in Daniel Riera’s colourful matador-esque fashion story styled by Jay Massacret that takes its cue from Spanish auteur Pedro Almodóvar.

 

    Diccionario Para Una Nueva Era De Almodovar A Zahia –
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    In This Issue –
    Andres Velencoso Andreu Buenafuente Blanca Suarez Baptiste Giabiconi Carmen Lomane Eduard Punset Espido Freire Jon Kortajarena Karl Lagerfeld Lady Gaga Lucia Etxebarria
    Editor In Chief –
    Stephen Gan
    Art Directors –
    Kyra Griffin
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Our Take —



V Magazine started in 1999. Originally meant as a more accessible bimonthly sister title to the famed limited edition Visionaire, set up at the beginning of the 1990s by Stephen Gan, James Kaliardos and Cecilia Dean, it has, in many ways, eclipsed their original project, at least in terms of visibility and popularity. Visionaire might remain a much sought after couture object of desire for the fashion elite, but V Magazine has grown into one of the key American titles of the last two decades.
 
So, exactly what does this have to do with V Spain? Well, in simple terms, V Spain takes the essence of V’s style and approach and reconfigures it en Español. And, no, this is not a simple matter of translating V Magazine into Spanish. Instead, the magazine has been reinvented using the same DNA to fit the needs of the international Spanish language cultural regions: a high proportion of different original content, celebrity from the Spanish-speaking world and an appropriate cultural sensibility.

Of course, it’s the same heady mix of celebrity, style, a dab of high-culture and luxury fashion, here covering both men and women’s fashion. But rather than being the work of a UN interpreter trying to translate on the fly, it has the same sense of thought-out structure aimed at its own target audience by a team who knows – who are drawn from- the Spanish creative scene.

 

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