Anna Griggs & Alexei Key have a wonderful interview with Piergiorgio Del Moro in The Fashionography. It begins:

What do Versace, Dries Van Noten, Narciso Rodriguez, and Anthony Vacarello all have in common? They’re just some of the elite brands that currently rely on Piergiorgio Del Moro for his casting expertise. The diversity of Del Moro’s clients is proof of his remarkable ability to intuit the essence of an artist’s vision and find the perfect models to bring it life—whether they need to be downtown androgynes for Public School or quirkily elegant ladies at Fendi. Piergiorgio is capable of articulating many different ideas of beauty and style, and his choices are always compelling.

 

That’s why, only 5 years after opening his studio, Del Moro finds himself tapped for some of the most prestigious jobs in the industry. In the last year alone, he’s worked with 4 editions of Vogue (Vogue Paris, Vogue China, Vogue Japan, and Vogue Italia) as well as i-D, Document Journal, and Garage. He’s rocketed to the top of the industry at super-sonic speed, and with two Vogue covers already under his belt for 2016, he shows no signs of slowing down.

Public School F/W 2015 by Gregory Harris

Versus Versace S/S 2016 by Collier Schorr

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