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The world doesn’t seem to be getting tired of Peru. Are we getting tired of seeing Peru here, there, everywhere?

Certainly not!

We knew this special Peru issue of Vogue Paris was in the works and the cover has just been unveiled. Model Isabeli Fontana poses in Dolce & Gabbana with a Cusco landscape of agricultural terraces in the background for the cover shot by Mario Testino. As guest editor, Testino is in charge of taking the reader on an exquisite journey through the very finest Peru has to offer. Here’s more information from Vogue.fr

Special guest for our April issue Mario Testino takes Vogue Paris back to his homeland, for a personal tour of Peru. He reveals his favorite places and shares his childhood memories in the magazine, which hits newsstands March 22.

“Peru gives you vertigo. Between the heights of Huascarán and the beaches of Lima, there is a difference of 7000m. For this issue, we made the jump with Mario Testino,” wrote Emmanuelle Alt, editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris in her editorial for the April 2013 issue. The photographer introduced us to the enchanting contrasts of his homeland through a high-color fashion triptyque, featuring three stories and three magnificent panoramas, with three fabulous girls: the mountains of Cuzco with Isabeli Fontana – our April cover girl – and Aymeline Valade, the Peruvian coast with Kate Moss and the Nazca desert with Erin Wasson. It was a chance for Mario Testino to share his memories and show off the contemporary Peru for which he works tirelessly through his MATE organization. From top tables to the shops, bars and cafés you need to know about, the photographer shares his personal favorites as we meet artists like Nobel prize for literature winner Mario Vargas Llosa and learn about the artisan expertise that goes into locally woven embellished fabrics, beribboned hats and fine embroidery. As the country looks set to become the new Eldorado of South America, its greatest ambassador shows us Peru, in all its blazing glory.

Vogue Paris n°936, on sale March 22.

Vogue Paris

Image: Vogue.fr

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