Fanny François Explores Naples in Italian Fashions for Grazia Germany #36

Joanna Elizabeth

/

Published September 13, 2012

Napoli per Sempre! – Taking to the picturesque setting of Napoli, Italy, the latest issue of Grazia Germany pays tribute to Italian fashion houses with this colorful story starring Fanny François. Deputy Fashion Director Nino Cerone pieces together a wardrobe featuring a mix of romantic and fashion forward selects from the likes of Dolce & Gabbana, Roberto Cavalli, Salvatore Ferragamo, Bottega Veneta and Giorgio Armani in luxe images by Alice Rosati. Beauty artist Luciano Chiarello perfects Fanny’s glam looks with understated hair and makeup.














Recent Updates

Lily-Rose-Depp-Chanel-Makeup-Featured

Lily-Rose Depp Models Chanel Makeup’s Dreamy Summer Looks

Chanel is celebrating the beauty of nature with its latest summer 2024 makeup campaign. The iconic brand has chosen model ...
Celine-Winter-2024-Campaign-Featured

Celine’s Winter 2024 Campaign Brings Major Mod Vibes

French luxury fashion house Celine goes back in time for its winter 2024 campaign, featuring La Collection De L'Arc De ...
Anouk-Weishaupt-Olympic-Featured

Anouk Weishaupt Gets Sporty Luxe for Jessica Magazine

In anticipation of the Olympic games, photographer Daniela Rettore has created a stylish and sporty editorial for the latest issue ...
Sneaker Trends Featured

6 Sneaker Trends to Follow in 2024

Taking a look at the top sneaker trends, one thing is clear: this year is all about making a statement ...
Irina-Shayk-Vogue-Korea-Featured

Irina Shayk’s Dual Covers for Vogue Korea August 2024

Supermodel Irina Shayk is taking over the streets, gracing not one but two covers of Vogue Korea's August 2024 issue ...
Retrofete-Pre-Fall-2024-Featured

Retrofête Shines with Seaside Styles for Pre-Fall 2024

Inspired by the majesty of the ocean, Retrofête's pre-fall 2024 collection brings the power of the sea to the fashion ...

8 thoughts on “Fanny François Explores Naples in Italian Fashions for Grazia Germany #36”

Comments are closed.