Twitter-themed fashion spread in Vogue Italy


In the December issue of Vogue Italia, a photo spread by Stephen Meisel that pays design homage to Twitter and Twitpic. Caption the one above at your own peril, in the comments. Fashioncopious: scanned images part 1, and here is part 2. (thanks, Susannah Breslin)


  1. “No costume is no costume.”

    “Why is there a half-naked maniac in my fridge? I don’t remember buying one…”

    “Girl, it’s time you came out of the closet.”

  2. I don’t think these are so much based on twitter as on some old dudes pervy iphone pic collection of his kid’s friends naked, or of teenaged hookers.

    1. I really wouldn’t be so sure. And even if that were true, I’m not convinced that makes it okay.

  3. It had an awfully long time since he’d been in the chalet, so Roman was very pleased to see that nobody had touched his toys.

  4. Half-naked, possibly underage, stuffed into a fridge, and obviously starving to death. This isn’t a fashion spread, it’s a crime-scene photo. Nauseating.

    1. Check out the one on the toilet for pure klass. This is what happens when high fashion tries to re-create the genuine spontaneity of youth culture. You get weird fetishistic crap with the visual artifacts bizarrely preserved. Can you imaging the lighting used in this set to emulate that flash and then shopping in that great hipster-yellow tinge you know so it looks like it was shot in rural Moldavia with 20 year old equipment.

  5. Re: Gollum
    Here is another chick, same site, that is truly the 12 year old emaciated prostitute version of Smeagol.

  6. (Actually looking at the composition and not just the girl, will show it’s not a refrigerator at all?)

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