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Previews, Kaia Gerber photographed by Lachlan Bailey and styled by Clare Richardson:
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Are all photos in black & white? Only 3 images missing from this ed now.


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Zoe is absolutely gorgeous and seems like a fresh choice for Vogue UK, just a shame the end result is rather disappointing.

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'Force Of Nature'



Photographer: Lachlan Bailey
Model: Kaia Gerber
Stylist: Clare Richardson
Make-up: Mark Carrasquillo
Hair stylist: Shay Ashual
Nails: Elisa Ferri


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I like Kaia... i think she's beautiful and will only get better as she grows up but she's still a child and looks like one. I wish they'd give it a few more years before trying to turn her into a model. Also, her poses look like model test shots taken at Sears.


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Looks like a little kid playing dress up. Still not interested.

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No Jack Davison story??

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"Line in the Sand"
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Photographer: Jack Davison
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Makeup: Lotten Holmqvist





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Great! burbuja8910

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Ah! "Line in the Sand" is just gorgeous. The shot of Guinevere in the black Balenciaga gown is breathtaking.

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Lucinda really wanted us to miss her right? I never liked her work yet I'm so moved by "Line in the Sand". Such a strong, beautiful edit, I'm in awe. The Rick Owens shot is flawless.

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If that edit is Lucinda's final edit for Vogue, then she ended with a bang! That is one hell of a gorgeous editorial. Each shot blew me away.

So this is the diverse issue Emily is talking about?

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Imagine if they'd made any 1 shot from "Line In The Sand" the cover would have been stellar, but fashion magazines have become too commercial in this day in age. Divine editorial.

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Gosh, that editorial is perfect

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At this rate, Edward Enninful's debut issue for December cannot come quick enough. This is one dull issue of Vogue, with the only redeeming feature being Kaia Gerber by Lachlan Bailey (and much to my mother's delight - the free sample of Chanel Gabrielle).

Not to mention how underwhelming this looks on the newsstand, with the obnoxious wrapping, whatever forgettable free gift they're flogging with it and the reduced cover price of £2. Not exactly hopeful for the November issue either. UGH!

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So this is the diverse issue Emily is talking about?
There's also a lengthy pictorial on young and hip music acts across the UK, all of them black. This is probably why she deems this her take on 'diversity'. And I suppose giving Zoe the cover counts as well.

Honestly, one more issue before we get fresh content. I'm actually hoping he'll update every inch of this magazine at least from a design perspective. Unlike others, I don't really have high hopes when it comes to the fashion content.


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