She does actually, you need to look at her work for Australian Vogue to get an idea of her identity because a lot of her charm relies on location and scenery. But everything for American and British magazines is duds. The type of portrait/studio photography we see on the cover is not her forte at all. The onus is actually on Vogue to either get M&M or similar to shoot this studio concept if they're so hellbent on it, or give Emma more creative freedom to do a location cover. That may be part of the reason why I dislike it so much.