April 5th, 2013

Paris Vogue in Peru

Paris Vogue sent Peruvian photographer, Mario Testino, to his homeland to shoot a number of stories for the April issue. My favorite images from the trip are these of Erin Wasson shot in Nazca, a Sahara-like desert south of Lima. German mathematician, archeologist, and Nazca preservationist, Maria Reiche, was the inspiration for the story.

The Celine dress, Dolce striped top, and Bottega floral skirt, are a few of the best pieces of the season and look great in this context. Birkenstocks and socks anyone?

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CÉLINE

Sunglasses

AGNES BADDOO

Two-Toned Sac 1

J.CREW

Robin silk-satin shirt

MANOLO BLAHNIK

Pascalare 70mm boot black suede

APIECE APART

Merida cropped cotton-blend twill wide-leg pants

SAINT LAURENT

Triangle buckle skinny belt

GUCCI

Button-detailed grosgrain-trimmed stretch-jersey dress

GABRIELA ARTIGAS

Chain choker - yellow gold

CHLOÉ

Patch-pocket cotton coat

CHLOÉ

Mid-rise tailored wool-blend trousers

GUCCI

Fringe-detailed Horsebit leather slides

VANESSA SEWARD

Fergus belted canvas jacket

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  • Thanks for highlighting this lovely spread! My mom is from Peru, I have visited frequently, and my first cousins all still live there. I can’t wait to tell my mom that her fabulous country (natural beauty a la Nazca and Macchu Picchu, lovely beaches, fantastic food, etc…) has been featured in Paris Vogue. Mario Testino does Peru proud.
    Regards.

    MonicaApril 5th, 2013  8:23 AM

     
  • He is truly amazing! I am a huge fan of his work. As a fellow Peruvian, I am incredibly proud of his achievements.

    Fiorella HansonApril 5th, 2013  10:55 AM

     
  • I love Tostino’s work. Is it now o’k to wear socks with my sandals?;)

    brenda murphyApril 5th, 2013  11:23 AM

     
  • Really appreciate your blog..Really great taste and choices..

    Delphine Achard

    Delphine AchardApril 5th, 2013  12:16 PM

     
  • so good. i love when mario goes to home to peru -with the french editors. i loved the story he shot there with helena christensen in the late 1900’s and i love these too!

    agnes baddooApril 5th, 2013  3:10 PM

     
  • As an engineer I love that the inspiration was a woman in science. We need more girls interested in science and math.

    ameeApril 5th, 2013  5:30 PM

     
  • Too right Amee. And more intelligent women from all walks of life who feel that it’s okay to look good…and who understand that being fashionable is NOT the antithesis of being smart!

    SusanApril 5th, 2013  9:11 PM

     

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