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VT#16 Khaby Lame

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"An Unexpected Success. Sometimes you would think that the more complex the
content the more viral the success, but Khaby Lame shows that simplicity is the
ultimate viral sophistication to fame without saying a word. Despite the lifestyle
change he had to make because of the pandemic, Khaby has shown that dreams

are possible to achieve. Through his content on TikTok, the Senegal-born, Italy-
the based social media personality has gained a huge fan base and fame, being

considered one of the "Forbes Under 30 Europe Members Transforming Art &
Culture" of 2022 and now one of the new faces of Hugo Boss. However, despite all
the fame he has gained, the content creator considers it all as "An Unexpected
Success", is the name of the exclusive interview in which Khaby lets us know a more
the personal side of him as well as his future goals within the entertainment industry.
Photography: Giuseppe Attanasio | Styling: Giorgio Andrea Branduardi | Grooming:
Emanuela Farano | Video: Lorenzo Fraschetti | Style assistants: Vincenzo Palatiello
& Rebecca Lai | Style credits: BOSS


(23.5”x 33.5” cm) in full color, with 300-gram anti-scratch, semi-matte cover with embossed logo, interior pages of 130 grams, semi-matte, with rustic, glued binding, with more than 80 pages in the deluxe finish.

This issue also marks 10 years of Vanity Teen as a print magazine. 10 years in
which, like our loyal audience, the publication has been changing its format and
narrative. It's easy to remember our first print issues, in which our "magazine" format
back then was certainly something quite different from the one we usually know now.
Within the early issues, an issue with Cameron Dallas indirectly predicted the impact
of social media and influencers within fashion. Now, today, our audience is a totally
a different one from 10 years ago, one from which we undoubtedly expect great things,
one in which we wish to be companions of that transition in which they grow to discover and explore to form their identity, mixing new forms of communication to continue expressing that renewed and genuine teen spirit with which this magazine began.