strike a pose, there’s nothing to it

we’re adoring the concept (though perhaps not as much the execution) of this month’s vogue italia.

inspired by the twitter renaissance, the cover is a collage of some of the world’s most beautiful models posed in self-taken snaps – a nod to twitter users’ propensity to twitpic their real-time happenings.

it’s quite clear that the erosion of the line between real and digital is complete when even the bible follows suit. no doubt it’s a difficult and foreign concept for brands to bring ideas to life seamlessly and authentically across both worlds. but the consumer lives in a world where the two are undeniably (and often absurdly) intertwined. and we’re glad to see brands attempting to stay relevant by realizing as much.