Isabeli Fontana: tribal for Vogue Paris

The tribal trend is evolving; and in 2010 will be back on the radar in new forms. But more on that soon: for now, it’s still being seen in editorials, this time in Vogue Paris’ November 2009 issue. Featuring Isabeli Fontana and expertly styled by Carine Roitfeld, this shoot takes the tribal elements to the extreme with body painting, African-inspired jewellery, and feathered headpieces.

Isabeli Fontana wears the tribal trend in Vogue Paris

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Isabeli Fontana; Vogue Paris November 09
Isabeli Fontana; Vogue Paris November 09
Isabeli Fontana; Vogue Paris November 09
Isabeli Fontana; Vogue Paris November 09
Isabeli Fontana; Vogue Paris November 09
Isabeli Fontana; Vogue Paris November 09
Isabeli Fontana; Vogue Paris November 09
Isabeli Fontana; Vogue Paris November 09
Isabeli Fontana; Vogue Paris November 09

For the full shoot click on the gallery below.

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