Whole Groupage advertising, Vogue Italia, October 1972.
When Albini fell in love with a woman, he made an infinite portrait of her, that lasted a collection.
He drew starting with the eyes and then created hands, legs and the whole body.
When he had found the body and arranged it in the five or six positions needed to highlight the story
that was already clear in his mind, then he felt ready and began to draw the clothes.
Paul Rinaldi, Vanity Fair, November 1990