Vogue Paris November Issue Features “Ethnic” Spread

We’ll leave this one to you the jury. Following the Lara Stone blackface fiasco that Vogue Paris brought about in its last issue, the magazine sure didn’t decide to stick to traditional fashion spreads to quell the critics in its November issue. Above, images from a tribal-themed shoot directed by Carine Roitfeld, featuring Brazilian model Isabeli Fontana as captured by photographer David Sims. A loose translation of the intro: “In an echo of ethnic accents, raw touches, and notes of exoticism, skin gets dressed up in distinctive tags inspired by the graffiti characters of the artist Keith Haring.”

What do you think? More pics after the jump. [FashionGoneRogue.com]