Richard Avedon for Gianni Versace, Vogue Italia February 1993

Thanks so much to iluvjeisa at The Fashion Spot for scanning these-
the people who share their scans in the Vintage Magazine forum are angels-thank you for helping preserve vintage fashion & providing endless inspiration!
More pictures ahead.

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  1. awesome photos, jane!
    i love the outfits and braided hair!

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  2. Ooh where did you get these!! They’re gorgeous. I love the red bell bottoms.

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  3. Zad wrote:

    Wooow, that`s breath-taking!
    I love the “lots-of-hair” thingy PLUS I had as BIG crush on Linda ever since I saw her for the first time!!!

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  4. cassiopeia wrote:

    oh wow! such beautiful colours… the polka dotty flares remind me of those spotty cheap mondays that have been blogged about lately. got to love the hair texture and evangelista looking FIERCE! :-D

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  5. ronnie wrote:

    the boy has crimped hair. :)

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  6. Cruz wrote:

    Love all the color and the hair! Crimped hair is great, it’s cool to see it on you too.

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  7. m. wrote:

    fun fact: the dude is kate moss’ brother.
    that’s a pretty impressive gene pool

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  8. Abigail wrote:

    Love the Moss family. Not such a fan of Evangelsita but these shots are incroyable and I love them, therefore she is likeable in these.

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  9. These shots are gorgeous, breath-taking really… Thanks so much for sharing these, they are so inspirational…

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  10. sd wrote:

    wow how beautiful
    how come modern fashion ads aren’t like this?!

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  11. Lauren wrote:

    I am loving the crimped hair! On the models and you, of course!!

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  12. Zarna wrote:

    wow! what a throwback!

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  13. Interesting spread (no pun intended..LOL..).
    Anyways, these shots are fun to look at, but they are not that artistic in my opinion. They look a little too staged.

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  14. jules wrote:

    wow the colors and the posing in these photos are electric! love kate and linda they are living legends in their own right. love this jane!

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  15. Jill wrote:

    Those were the days!! Kim Alexis, Paulina Porizkova and Cindy Crawford were my favorite models…I was 15. The whole waif look hadn’t struck yet. Richard Avedon made women look like goddesses. It was a sad day when he passed away in 2004. The photo of N. Kinski with the snake is my all time favorite. Thanks chica for this walk down my memory lane.

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  16. hapsical wrote:

    Oh, this is great! It is lucky people take the time to scan vintage mags, because there’s not much by way of pre-2000(ish) fashion material on the net.

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  17. sarah wrote:

    OMG that HAIR!

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  18. Connie wrote:

    Talk about going back in the day! I love how vintage the mixture of floral prints appear.

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  19. rask wrote:

    I think it’s funny that no one’s wearing shoes!!

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  20. The Minx wrote:

    EPIC. They remind me of the show godspell

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  21. LUXIRARE wrote:


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  22. Brigadeiro wrote:

    Wow, amazing photos! Loved that ‘era’! Thanks for sharing! :)

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  23. voguemanie wrote:

    amazing photos… and I loved your outfit in your previous post.

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  24. baboo. wrote:

    Correct me if I’m wrong..but isn’t it Kate Moss?? O_O;;

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  25. Cari wrote:

    Love the florals and the wild hair! http://isnotfashion.blogspot.com

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  26. chrisdesu wrote:

    look at kate and linda!!!!! lovely :)

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  27. Vanessa wrote:

    The girls look great, but that dude is tooootally creepin’ me out.

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  28. Susan wrote:

    I love the crazy big crimped hair. It makes me want to grow my hair down to my waist.

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  29. S.I.Q. wrote:

    the hair of the girls is amazing!
    -Marc Jacobs
    -Chloe for Opening Ceremony
    -Pirates of the Caribbean 4?!

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  30. Stephanie wrote:

    Oh, how these photos take me back to that time…Makes me wish I’d saved all my Vogues from the 80s!
    Thanks for sharing these!

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  31. Stephanie wrote:

    P.S. I didn’t even save my 90s Vogues, what a shame.
    Avedon was an amazing photographer.

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  32. madeleine wrote:

    these patterns and clothing are just beautiful!
    and they look so nice against the light sand backround
    my favorite picture is definetly the second one, though i absolutely adore the blazer and pants in the fifth frame(i’ve become so obsesed with little floral patterns lately)

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  33. oh wow, evangelista’s pants are toooo out of control. i am all over those floral prints though. yumyum

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  34. Sunset wrote:

    WOW. These are absurdly gorgeous. I just love the styling and the makeup, it’s flawless!

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  35. Rebekka wrote:

    WOW! These are just amazing. Thanks for putting them up.

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  36. these are absolutely crazzyyy.. LOVEEEE IT.
    The Voguette

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  37. brandon wrote:

    so pwetty

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  38. Liz wrote:

    oh my that is a wicked awesome photo shoot.
    is that brooke burke? or do my eyes deceive me.
    i know someone with 1990’s vogues so i will see if i can scan some shoots. i know of a fab one with a young (and cool at the time) naomi campbell.

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  39. alina wrote:

    The pictures are beautiful except for the fake dunes.

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  40. kajsa wrote:

    the hair is great!

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  41. mybrouhaha wrote:

    such beautiful pictures! i love Richard Avedon! I saw a big exhibition of him in Paris few months ago! it was really incredible!

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  42. Kate wrote:

    oh wow, this is great. I love it when bloggers post editorials from years back.

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  43. mariam wrote:

    kate moss looks awesome! love the red.

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  44. sara wrote:

    guauuuuuuuu is a nice campaing! look my blog! i have you on face book

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  45. Geri Wu wrote:

    oo those are some beautiful photos!
    xx, Geri

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  46. iole wrote:

    great pics. Thanks for sharing!

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    I wrote a few words about you on my blog…not many words, but true ones.
    Hugz // Betty Mello

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  48. P wrote:

    haha ciekawe czy tu jakis polak siedzi :D pozdrowienie po polsku i HWDP :D

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  49. helen wrote:

    i like the pictures a lot. and I like your style, too. i check your blog on a daily basis…
    BUT I totally diasgree with what you call ‘vintage’: eighties and nineties clohing is NOT vintage. It just ain’t. The official definition for vintage, is clothing made between the twenties and the seventies. Not after that (that’s just second hand.
    Not before that either (that would be ‘antique’).
    By making this comment, I do not mean that eighties and nineties clothes are invaluable, uninteresting or whatsoever. I’m just the kind of person that gets irritated by a COMPLETELY WRONG use of terminology.This is no offense, just a remark.
    However, I would really appreciate to hear your view on this: do you deliberately call not-yet vintage clothing vintage to make it sound more chique, or were you just not aware of what I’m telling you here? Really curious to hear!
    all the best, and pardon my english, I’m from Antwerp
    (p.s.: nice to see that you like dries and demeulemeester: two of my favourite belgian designers. very proud of them, in a silly kind of way.)

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  50. Raquel wrote:

    It’s amazing to see the majority of the models are still in business!

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  51. C. wrote:

    you are in http://www.spottedbyc.blogspot.com
    besitos! **

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  52. Aleksine wrote:

    Wow, really cool and edgy pictures!
    I really have to say that your blog is supercool! And that you (among others) have inspired me to start my own fashion blog.
    I live at in moderate big city, but it seems that all the girls on my age has the same wardrobe – so i have very few to talk fashion with. Therefore a blog which (i hope) can connect me to people out there who have the same interests!
    So keep on writing those good posts for yours and you´ll see more of me!

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  53. kelse wrote:

    wow, epic. and so inspirational. i love it

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  54. Lauren wrote:

    I love the crimped hair . It does feel very staged though, almost as if someone shouted “Freeze & Pose” then took the picture :/

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  55. Leia wrote:

    Ridiculously amazing

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  56. richard avedon has been my favorite photographer since i first picked up a copy of “in the american west” in a waiting room when i was 14. i was crushed when he died. these are great.
    also, for helen (comment above): where does the “official” definition come from? i don’t disagree, i’m just wondering who the official word in vintage semantics is?
    xox MG

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  58. marguerite wrote:

    Kate has a gorgeous brother!
    But btw, 1993 fashion can’t be considered Vintage – it should me named something as Retro, I think.

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  59. I was doing a research about Avedon times of Versace. This is on of a kind so great. What if this is shot here in Dubai?

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