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Will There Ever Be a Vogue Africa? One Photographer Hypothesizes.

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Whether there'll ever be a Vogue Africa, no one knows. (Okay, maybe someone knows, but it's not us.) That doesn't stop one photographer from wondering—What would Vogue Africa look like? What would it be?

Mario Epanya, a Cameroonian photographer based in France who specializes in beauty shots, has a series of Vogue Africa cover mock-ups on his blog. They're mesmerizing and beautiful—and they get our imaginations working overtime.
· Mario Epanya [Official Site]
· Mario Epanya photography [Blogger]
· Vogue Africa: Will there ever be one? [fashionjunkii]