Not without reason. What you seem to forget is that Vogue has always targeted a different audience, but not without alienating their existing base. When they started giving celebrities covers the content still remained fashion-forward, it still mattered and there was a sense of exclusivity around whoever booked a cover. At some point even Steven Meisel was shooting celebrities for American Vogue. This time around it's just not the same because the content seems mostly overrun by hypebeast icons, niche celebs, and a brand of styling and photography which exclusively caters to the same 'anti-fashion yet logo-mad' demographic who this cover subject appeals to. At this point I wouldn't be shocked to see James Charles on the cover soon! And btw, fashion lovers are no longer buying magazines based on editorial merit because editorials aren't all that unique and provocative, to begin with. You'd be lucky if you get something shot on location and with at least some form of production value. And that extends to styling, casting etc etc.