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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by vogue28, Dec 27, 2018.
Those coverlines make me feel like I need glasses - and I already wear contact lenses.
Not a fan of the new redesign and, font, pose looks awkward, and that dress is awful unflattering.
Hmm, its beautiful, but not fashion enough. This is kinda Cosmopolitan type of stuff, "How to eat healthy while you pregnant" and etc.
This Stella Mccartney dress looks good tho.
I'd love to see Elissa on the cover soon!
Oh for gods sake!! What is with that god awful font!!! Way to ruin otherwise perfectly fine covers!!
Ps: Wasn't she on the cover like a year ago, or less?
Lol, as if the first one wasn't corny enough! What's with her expression on the second one? Yet another editor who doesn't understand Vogue's brand value.
Yes, she was on their cover exactly a year ago for January 2018 issue
Hilary Rhoda by Eniko Szucs, styled by Arnold Milfort. 7pgs
Yasmin Le Bon by Chris Colls, styled by Malina Joseph Gilchrist. Reprint. 5 pgs
Nicole Atieno and Maty Ndiaye by Carlijn Jacobs, styled by Dimphy Den Otter. Reprint. 8pgs
Tatia Akhalaia, Amelia Roman by Mann, styled by Clare Carruthers. 4 photos
Emily Didonato by Jack Waterlot, styled by Joanne Blades. 8 pgs
Ameni Esseibi by Mann, styled by Celia-Jane Ukwenya 5 photos
Zuoye by Fernando Gomez. styled by Daniel Gonzalez Elizondo. 8 pgs
Coverstory. 7 photos
Julia Bergshoeff by Alvaro Beamud Cortes, styled by Vito Castelo. Reprint. 6pgs
This Vogue had so much potential when it first came out, but the new EIC continues to produce more misses than hits.
The ugly truth
It's called the 'duck pout smize' - it's the expression that makes things look fashion.
I like the photo but the typography is a mess. All super condensed, it makes it super hard to read.