Amen. I just recently started my fashion design course at university and no one I met buys Vogue or cares about it. I wasn't surprised at the lack of interest back at home, cause Vogue wasn't available and I doubt anyone in the whole town could actually pronounce the word. But here it's a different situation. In my country, it's as good as it gets and there's access to magazines. But people just don't care, they don't buy it, not even fashion students. So I wonder, who is their target audience? Cause I don't think anyone wants to own this in their collection. There's not a single great editorial that you're going to remember in ten years. Like, if something happened and links got lost and people couldn't see what we posted in this thread 10 years ago from now, no one will ask for re-posts, because there's nothing interesting to see. Sure, it's pretty pictures. But I've seen better and more interesting Instagram posts! I don't know about others, but I personally don't buy fashion magazines to see celebrity marriages and realistic looking people in everyday clothes. That's not why I go to eBay and spend 30$ on a single back issue of Vogue. I buy it because I want to get inspired, because I want to dream. I want to see something that I don't see every day, I want to see controversy, something that's daring and provocative and out of this world beautiful! And I honestly can't remember the last time a magazine (that wasn't purchased on eBay) made me feel this way. I know times are different and all that, but there's still people who care, people who love high fashion and unrealistic standards and dreamy beautiful clothes you can only wish to have. I want all of that back! And I'm optimistic that one day fashion won't die, but instead it's going to rise back with new creative force, someone who isn't so stuck up and pretentious and ''aware'' or ''woke'' or whatever and someone who's just gonna create fashion for pure eleganza extravaganza luxury beauty. Guess we just have to be patient.