VOGUE PARIS NOVEMBER 2009: KEITH ME
THIS IS HOW ARTIST SHOULD LOOK TO ME. THIS FEELS LIKE SOME MODERN DAY GRACE JONES SHIT.
Brazilian top model Isabeli Fontana graces the ‘extrême’ tribal graffiti-inspired cover of French Vogue’s November 2009 issue, photographed by David Sims. The aesthetic was brought into the main editorial called Keith Me styled by the magazine’s Editor-in-Chief Carine Roitfeld. The editorial was inspired by the characters of graffiti artist Keith Haring and echoes ethnic accents and raw notes of exotic tribal body painting.