The Real Life Fairytale

After the Alice in wonderland Vogue came back with a new essay of fashion inspired in a children's book:The Wizard of Oz.The Wizard of Oz is an evergreen American fairy tale. The 1939 colour feature film on it had Judy Garland as Dorothy, who entered the collective consciousness of the country forever. Now Vogue tries to do a photo feature (by Annie Leibovitz) on the immortal story.Keira Knightley tries to step into the shoes of Judy garland, with quite a success. She lacks Garland’s sadness, but the smile is bewitching. One wonders at the timing of the feature.

bet you guys must be wondering how amazing is Alice in wonderland shoots~

Annie Leibovitz started working for the Rolling Stones magazine.She has also worked in Vanity Fair. Her most famous sets include such of nude John Lennon hugging clothed Yoko Ono; Demi Moore nude too with a suit painted on her body; Whoopy Goldberg lying in a bathtub filled with milk and many more.But the most amazing sets of hers are those featuring Russian model Natalia Vodianova as Alice in Wonderland and a young actress Keira Knightley as Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz.

One of my overall favorite editorials features Natalia Vodianova as
Alice in Wonderland.The spread also features a cast of the biggest names in fashion, designing not only Natalia’s costumes, but also their own. This collaboration is as magical as the story itself.

Natalia Vodianova as Alice and Olivier Theyskens as Lewis Carroll
Natalia and Tom Ford as the White Rabbit
Natalia and Helmut Lang (observing the scene from the wall)
Natalia and Marc Jacobs as the CaterpillarNatalia and Karl Lagerfeld
Natalia and Jean Paul Gaultier as the Cheshire Cat Natalia and Viktor & Rolf as Tweedledum and Tweedledee Natalia, Stephen Jones as the Mad Hatter and Christian Lacroix as the March Hare Natalia and the inimitable John Galliano as the Queen of Hearts Natalia, Rupert Everett and Donatella Versace as the Gryphon Natalia and Nicolas Ghesquiere

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