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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by amby, Sep 28, 2020.
I love this!!! Pabllo is such a popular force and seeing her score covers like this is really major.
The pose is a bit weird, but so here for Pabllo booking this!
+ Gloria Groove
Are they the best covers I have ever seen? Absolutely not. Is this amazing? Hell yes!! What a fantastic choice, especially considering the president is one of the worst anti-LGBTI leaders in the world. We need covers like these more than ever.
Young boys and young girls around Brazil (and around the world) are looking up to people like Pabllo so thank you Vogue Brazil for giving her a cover. And wonderfully produced as well.
This makes me have faith in the future.
omg!!!! amazing, I love both covers
I like the 2nd cover, very Marie Antoinette in The Diamond Necklace Affair with birdcages and whatnot pinned to her hair.
Don't know about the first cover - too overposed.
Ooh I love these, much needed camp and glamour for these dire days.
I’m gagged for the hair and the mug. If only fashion magazines were this experimental with their regular models.
Congrats, Pabllo! But if only any editors were brave enough to feature the world’s iconic Drag Queens in a manner similar to the multi-models covers of US Vogue’s May 2009, May 2007, or November 1999 issue. That would be sickening!
OMG!!! I’m screaming! Finally Pablo on the cover of Vogue!!!
Beautiful.. but the tagline... cringe
Come on Anna or Edward, give us Aquaria, Jaida or Violet (they are better models than most working models these days anyway) now!
What does it say?
“[name] presents the best looks of the season and celebrates the freedom to be who she is”
I stopped at "Eleganza Extravaganza" Ball culture or drag race fandom. Pick your demographic.
"Eleganza, extravaganza" love it, love it, love it! Both Pabllo and Gloria look amazing!!! I'm so happy for them! Can't wait for their eds.
Isn’t “Eleganza Extravaganza” a runway category on Drag Race? I think most (or at least much) of the terminology and customs on Drag Race originated with Ball Culture. I don’t follow any of it closely (or even at all, really) but I’ve always seen current drag culture as being very much inspired by Ball culture.
Where do you think all the Drag Race lingo (and everything really) came from? Drag culture comes from ballroom culture, the two have always been intertwined.
I didn't say it wasn't? I just literally said "pick your demographic" aka whichever you want to think that this cover seeks to target/pander to by using that phrase.