USA Today announced that Vogue Italia removed all photography from its newest 2020 issue in favor of illustrations. The company’s first-ever photo-free edition aligns with its refreshed mission statement to become more environmentally-conscious, citing the unnecessary environmental costs of photoshoots. USA Today cites Fortune’s article on CSB findings that consumers are moving in favor of sustainable products, especially in the luxury market.
Excerpt: “The Italian team wanted to show that art and stunning fashion imagery can be created without causing any costs – travel, shipping or waste – to the environment.”
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CSB Cited in USA Today’s Coverage of Vogue Italia’s Sustainable New Edition
Wednesday, January 8, 2020