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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by vogue28, Apr 10, 2018.
Very Vogue India cover.
I love amal but this cover is awful!! It looks like a random catalog!
Is it on purpose US Vogue looks more like a lifestyle than a fashion magazine most of the time?
And what's up with that thing under her dress?
She's wearing Alexander McQueen Fall 2018:
I like that dress on her.
People magazine is that you?
Are they sure they didn't print the Vogue MET Gala special issue by mistake?
I actually really like it! It's nice to see someone who isn't a movie star or singer land the cover and I think she looks beautiful.
I can't quite pin-point why, but reminds me of their covers from 2008-9. I know they're the same fonts as always but there is something about the layout that makes me think of that era, which was when I first started buying this magazine so I think of it fondly!
Very pretty, but more appropiate for indeed People magazine. Not very Vogue, too pedestrian/paparazzi.
More pedestrian than Serena Williams' cover! I mean this could be a red carpet candid for all we know.
Also, are they serious with those coverlines? Amal Clooney has defended (professionally, at least) some of the most unsavoury people yet. Sure it comes with the territory, but to herald her as an 'activist'??? What a barrel of laughs.
This is what happens when there's no star first lady in sight. The 'wives of...' will take centre stage.
Awful imo. First time that I´m wishing for a filter to give the cover a more fashionable approach.
vogue is running out of celebrity, how about bringing the super models back?
This is beyond basic, where’s the fashion element? I really hope the rumour about Anna’s departure is true because until then we will keep seeing Annie Leibovitz shooting for Vogue.
Hmmm.. this is....different. Her smile is vey forced and awkward. She looks very uncomfortable. I agree that it's time to move on from celebrities. At this point it seems like their pulling names out of a hat. If Vogue starts using models everyone will follow.
So basic and dull, not creativity at all. Fashion is supposed to be inspiring, what exactly is this?
Everything about her and Clooney is so contrived. I'll never understand the hype about this woman or her overrated husband....and yes the cover does look like Hamptons magazine would take a pass on.
She's a gorgeous woman, but that shot is like a red carpet candid. Down with Leibovitz!
Photographer: Annie Leibovitz
Stylist: Tonne Goodman
Make-up: Charlotte Tilbury
Hair: Orlando Pita
How Anna is still respected is beyond my understanding.
I have seen People magazine covers that are more appealing than this. Why would a Vogue buyer care to purchase this?!! Even an unknown model would make more sense than a trophy wife. Quite frankly, i would prefer Kim over Amal. She might be well educated and accomplished, but she belongs in a feature, not cover! Can’t believe they pushed Rihanna to June for this nonsense.