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They won't give HC a cover.. not after losing.
It's actually the opposite for me. I see Anna giving HRC a cover in a year or two. I feel that HRC will release a book and a Vogue cover is up there to promote the same. It's gonna be an interesting read on how she's been and what has life been after the campaign. It's obviously a better read than *I don't wanna mention since we're not allowed to discuss politics*

And let's be honest, Anna didn't just support Hillary because she's running for Pres. If I remember correctly, aren't they friends friends?

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Inez & Vinoodh posted some pics and a video for Vogue Arabia launch issue with Yasmin Wijnaldum and Taylor Hill on their instagram, so I'm wondering it will be a cover?


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Tyson Beckford and Gucci Mane was photographed by Terry Richardson and styled by Carine Roitfeld for an upcoming CR Fashion Book editorial.

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Inez & Vinoodh posted some pics and a video for Vogue Arabia launch issue with Yasmin Wijnaldum and Taylor Hill on their instagram, so I'm wondering it will be a cover?
The video is for the website I think, Vogue Arabia has already done a couple of similar films with Elie Saab, Elisa Sednaoui... I think the 1st print issue is supposed to come out in March?


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Isn't this month VP unusually late? I believe it's the issue shoot by Karl right? Can't wait to see it.

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Re - covers for Melania

Why Fashion Will Learn to Love Melania Trump

By Chantal Fernandez for Business of Fashion
Nov. 17, 2016


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Despite the fashion community's near-unanimous support of Hillary Clinton, it will not be able to ignore that America's future First Lady's style now has a global platform.

After multiple magazine covers and overseas visits, countless state dinners and late-night talk show appearances, there is no question that Michelle Obama has had an unusually fruitful relationship with fashion during her time as First Lady of the United States.

But in the wake of Donald Trump's victory in a highly divisive presidential election, during which most of the fashion community was vocal in its support for Hillary Clinton, Melania Trump’s future relationship with fashion — and fashion magazines — remains uncertain.

Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour was a dedicated fundraiser for Clinton, as she had been for President Obama, and Vogue backed the Democratic candidate in the magazine’s first-ever political endorsement. Glamour editor-in-chief Cindi Leive, Elle editor-in-chief Robbie Myers, CFDA chairperson Diane von Furstenberg and Hearst’s Joanna Coles are just a few of the industry leaders who also supported Clinton.

So how will this anti-Trump community interact with America's new First Lady? Will her style be dissected and copied and lauded with the same fervour as Mrs. Obama’s? As with anything Trump-related, prognostication is a challenge.

“While we never comment on future editorial, Vogue has a long, rich history, dating back to Mrs. Helen Taft, of covering America’s First Ladies, regardless of party affiliation,” said a representative for the title. In addition to Mrs. Taft, Vogue has photographed every First Lady since Lou Hoover, with the exception of Bess Truman. Hillary Clinton made history when she became the first First Lady to appear on the cover of the magazine in December 1998. Michelle Obama has since appeared on the cover three times since 2009, most recently on the December 2016 cover.

And, as Vogue wrote in its endorsement, it has “also featured Donald Trump [and] his family members Ivana, Marla, Melania and Ivanka — multiple times in our pages.” The magazine featured Mrs. Trump on its cover in February 2005, for which editors André Leon Talley and Sally Singer travelled to the Paris Couture shows with her to shop for her wedding dress.

“[Fashion magazines] have a wide variety of readers, so it wouldn't necessarily make sense for them to pick and choose what First Lady they were going to photograph based solely on politics, necessarily,” says Robin Givhan, The Washington Post’s fashion critic and author of “Michelle: Her First Year As First Lady.”

In Vogue’s case, Givhan sees the magazine’s approach as one of chronicling the new and varied occupants of the West Wing. “Is it a question of: are magazines going to photograph her for stories? I would think probably yes, because that’s part of the tradition. But what they might do above and beyond that, I just don’t think that we know.”

Indeed, it seems there is a limit. “We currently have no plans to cover Melania Trump in InStyle,” said Laura Brown, editor-in-chief of InStyle. Mrs. Obama appeared on the cover of its October 2016 issue. Glamour’s Leive, who has also featured Mrs. Obama on the magazine's cover twice, declined to comment, as did Elle’s Robbie Myers.

StyleWatch, InStyle’s sister publication, will cover Mrs. Trump from a style point of view. “If her fashion choices are inspirational, interesting, well-priced, introduce new designers or are in any way newsy, we will share with our audience,” said editor-in-chief Lisa Arbetter.

Glenda Bailey, editor-in-chief of Harper’s Bazaar, also declined to comment but the magazine did publish an interview and photo shoot featuring Mrs. Trump in its February 2016 issue. "Fashion is a tough business," the former model, 46, says of pausing her skincare line and QVC jewellery collections when the campaign began. (In the same interview, designer Rachel Roy is quoted as a friend.) The magazine likened her to Nancy Reagan and Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, though Mrs. Trump declined to name any First Lady she herself admired.

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I posted the full article in Melania Trump's thread if some of you are interested.

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There is no doubt as to Melania's style. Absolutely. The clothes she wear fit her perfectly. And hands down, a very gorgeous woman.

But the thing is, after this divisive election, how would Vogue, Bazaar, Elle ++ readers react to having her on the cover? It's definitely a risky move taking into consideration the demographic of these magazines... especially Vogue.


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At the end of the day, regardless of anything to do with HER personally, Melania is the wife of Donald Trump - a man I find so utterly repugnant and dangerous that I just couldn't support or endorse him in any capacity whatsoever. This would include featuring his wife in my magazine or ad campaign, etc.

If I were a designer, despite the obvious benefit of having a First Lady wear my designs, I would hope I'd have the strength of character to maintain my integrity and refuse to dress her. If she wanted to buy something off the rack, well I couldn't stop that, obviously. But, I wouldn't be making any custom orders.

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I don't think she's getting a cover anytime soon. Probably an editorial but even with that, I have my doubts. I do think Melania will probably land Vanity Fair or something like that

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I don't think she's getting a cover anytime soon. Probably an editorial but even with that, I have my doubts. I do think Melania will probably land Vanity Fair or something like that
No, that definitely will NOT happen. Graydon and Trump are bitter enemies.

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Natasha is shooting for Vogue Russia today.

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Valery Kaufman did a shoot in NYC with a bunch of Vogue covers on the wall behind her. Maybe Vogue Spain?


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It does look like Vogue Spain from afar, this Prada looks like it's photograph beautifully.

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Natasha is shooting for Vogue Russia today.
I hope this mean 20th anniversary cover in september next year saved for someone more interesting. Not Vodianova please and not new faces, last two MG covers were terrible and with random girls

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Alexandra Elizabeth and Hanne Gaby shot together the other day, presumably for a magazine as I can't imagine it would be a campaign.

Hanne, Bara, Ratner, Estella, Greta, Susanne, Julia van Os and Julie shot for Vogue the other day (according to Julia's Instagram story).

Camille, Yasmin, Vittoria, Ruth and Selena were shooting in Milan.

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