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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by HFBvrg, Feb 9, 2021.
I love Anja, but this is beyond basic.
This is so dumb imo... there are lots of ways to portray the same concept in a fashionable way, without a rock...
A wasted opportunity. Potential ruined by lack of creativity.
And the styling? Was this approved by Alt?
Oh the burden of producing a good cover.
It’s an interesting concept, but this is not really working for me.
I'm always here for Anja but I don't really like this either. The styling is a bit weird to me, maybe her pose makes the outfit look unflattering. All in all it's to much of a gimmick for my taste.
Model by day, Laundromat attendant by night.
Execution doesnt work, also the color of the text in the layout clashes with the cover photo. Shame its a flop, I love Anja, perhaps they should have just did what Vogue Poland did and let Anja handle all of it.
Why'd they make the rock so big? It occupies more than half the cover, you can barely see Anja! Wasted opportunity, unfortunately.
It looks really fake but maybe that's what they were looking for
On the third image is a short backstage video...
Looking forward to seeing more! I hope there will be a way to get this in London - many places normally stock Vogue CZ but I didnt see the Jan/Feb issue anywhere - not even Conde Nast Worldwide News.
seems too flat....
I didn't even realize that was suppose to be a rock until reading the comments lol. The whole thing looks so awkward. Styling is particularly bad. And I would've expected better posing from someone with Anja's experience.
The rock looks so cheap and fake, like crumbled grey craft paper
it’s a no from me, unfortunately.
Looks like a bad top model challenge.
great conception but not good presentation
Damn I miss commercial looking Vogue covers. Alexandra Shulman where are you?!
Cover #2 with Michèle Lamy by Marcin Kempski: