She's style royalty and one of the most private people in the business. Charlotte Casiraghi trains her deep blue gaze onto Mario Testino for our cover this season, welcoming Spring in relaxed denim for our April issue, out March 25.
"The most private of fashion personalities, Charlotte Casiraghi is our cover girl this issue. She has lived in the glare of the paparazzi since childhood, but the blue-eyed beauty granted us an exclusive interview and her first fashion shoot with Mario Testino back in 2011, so it was only natural for us to welcome her back to the pages of the magazine. And we hope this won't be the last time: absolutely sublime, sporty, brilliant and creative, doesn't Charlotte Casiraghi represent the ideal woman?" writes Emmanuelle Alt, editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris, in her April 2015 editorial. Emerging from Winter hibernation, the Vogue Paris girls are out in force, in an issue fronted by Charlotte Casiraghi in an ode to femininity by long-time friend Mario Testino. Inside, Anja Rubik gets physical while Léa Seydoux prepares to both slip into the shoes of a Bond Girl and reprise Jeanne Moreau's Célestine in The Diary of a Chambermaid. As for the boys, Jean Paul Gaultier takes 99 questions from acerbic fashion commentator Loïc Prigent, in a clandestine fashion voyage in red and black captured away from prying eyes under the magnificent glass cupola of Printemps Haussmann. The promise of a new start for Spring.
Vogue Paris n956, out now on newsstands around the world and apps stores for Apple and Android.