Vogue women – Giovanna Battaglia

Giovanna Battaglia is the fashion editor of  L’Uomo Vogue. She is just 29, altough sometimes you might think she’s older. That’s because of her clothes and her style.

As the other two Vogue editors (here and here), she is also a style icon. Altough for different reasons.

She is very classic and elegant but, at the same time, she matches that with some extravagance. You might see her with a turtleneck or a scarf, but she is also wearing yellow pants. She might be wearing a blouse and a skirt, but she’s got a pair of edgy sandals.

Contrary to the other two editors, she has no problem in repeating clothes (she’s wearing the same skirt in two different events in the pics below). Otherwise, she’s got a great taste in mixing and combining different looks. She is very versatile. Chanel boots, long gloves, scarves and structured bags, designed by her sister Sara Battaglia are some of the most “repeated” items of her wardrobe. It’s the way she matches her clothes that make her unique.

Scarves and gloves are an integral part of her wardrobe, such as turtlenecks and accessories. All these things contribute to illustrate her style: classical, and mini malist, but adapted to the 21st century.

Of course you can see her wearing pants, but she seems to prefer skirts and dresses. You’ll rarely see her in jeans. (If I had her legs, I would be like her too). Nevertheless, she is very discrete. She also don’t like to expose labels.

She prefers to look natural, so she barely makes-up. Her favorite hair style, is hair tied and risk in half (second pic below).


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