Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Fafi for Vogue Nippon



French graffiti girl Fafi collaborates with Nippon Vogue. Her "Fafinettes" are depicted in this issue by children whose graffiti counterparts are usually a bit on the saucy side. Cuuuuuute.....







(via LifeLounge)

20 comments:

Pratishtha Durga said...

They sure look cute. But I dunno. i have always been a bit wary of using such young kids in fashion, whatever form...

Sharon Rose said...

A very different look..very intriguing!

Vintage Vinyl said...

Wow, crazy look. But amazingly styled an photographed!

The Clothes Horse said...

I love this spread, the children are adorable and definitely still innocent. It makes me want to dye any future children I have hair--but I wouldn't actually!

Paris Tarts said...

I love these photos...I would wear the first top right and the bottom right outfits...so adorable..I need to get myself a heart pink belt now!

Tart

Joanna Goddard said...

adorable!

STYLE DU MONDE said...

Soooo cute :-)

Ragamala said...

such an interesting editorial.

allaboutattitude said...

wah! this girl really has potential

soon lee said...

adorable. thnks for this!

getting-freaky said...

very cute!
x

Imelda Matt said...

I love it...ps what's the go with your instructional posts? I'm sitting with my needle, thread and chalk!

Vain and Vapid said...

I know, I've been over extending myself by taking on way too many special orders but I will be doing an instructional on drafting a sailor collar asap.... :)

Miss White said...

I love these they are so vibrant and super cute!

That Imelda Matt is very impatient ;)

MR style said...

that's a brilliant idea from Vogue Japan

Danz said...

Very cute editorial but seeing little girls in makeup always freaks me out. I always think of JonBenet Ramsey...can't help it :S

Gillie said...

love this editorial. i've never seen anything like it.

...love Maegan said...

oh...they're just fabulous.

Paul Pincus said...

this is genius.

i'd take this over loretta lux's cuteness.

Talibonita said...

wow kinda looks like updated poses of how Lewis Carroll got his girl models to pose... Alice in Wonderland... creeptown... but these are more colorful and no one is in negligee!