LOL @ the predictable surprise that Anna’s Vogue is so pedestrian. Time and time again, her Vogue isn’t the top-seller because it’s the epitome of visionary HF-dreammaking. It’s a top-seller because the hausfrau in Ohio, the girl working at the Marshalls outlet in Florida, and the sophomore and her mum in Idaho all can relate to the accessible “People Magazine” aesthetic. Anna’s Vogue is an entry-level to the fashion world. And as much as I may be against her aesthetic and direction at every turn, she knows exactly what she’s doing, and this cover is doing its job selling to the masses. She’s the Hollywood blockbuster of fashion publications: Accessible, safe and formulaic, but with big names.