Saturday 18 February 2012

Vogue Italia - imparare la lingua con la moda

On the way home from il supermercado this afternoon (after buying a kilo of spaghetti for 80cents) I stopped to buy Vogue Italia. I am going to prove that fashion is good for one thing at least - learning foreign languages! I plan to read it from cover to cover, bearing in mind that I only learnt the present tense yesterday. Then I'm moving on to Elle, Marie Claire, etc and so on. Are there any Italian fashion magazines or sites out there, in the style of Dazed and Confused, or Wonderland, that anyone can recommend me?
There are words as well as pictures. That is a huge article on the actress Ursula Andress (Bond girl in Dr No). Maybe it'll teach me how to wear a white bikini without looking like a pale English ghost. That would be ideal.

(Note to self: paint fingernails gold like the model on the front cover...)



  1. 'How to wear a white bikini without looking like a pale ghost' hahaha You are hilarious!!!!!

  2. Thankyou! Hahaha, love your posts. And indeed, I think it's a great way to learn foreign languages ;)

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    1. OH Vogue Italia is the best Vogue in my opinion! I love that they get really creative with photoshoot, its not so sterile as in UK or US Vogue. Id like to get a copy of it now as Im studying Italian as well, so finally I would be able to read a bit. xxx

  4. Where r u from??
    I'm from italy and I love vogue!! :)

    Visit and follow

  5. good god you're gorgeous! your hair is to die! Love your blog miss, thanks for the kind words the other day x


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