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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by vogue28, Mar 1, 2019.
Grün is definitely not the Hoffnung
Perfect collector's item for the Gisele fan, doesn't make much of an impact for me personally. It's too dated, in a bad way. Down to the green font which actually is difficult to read on this specific image.
I wish the schizophrenia at Vogue Germany ends soon. One month you have a middle-aged couple, the next Helene Fischer, then Miuccia Prada, now a sexy Gisele (presumably) with tousled hair telling us to save the planet. Guess she found her 'cause'.... *extended eyeroll*
This does not look inviting at all. Vogue Paris on a budget and beyond deadline.
The background doesn't look inviting at all. Was there a storm coming?
The hair is a big no. Look at that huge clump of hair on her neck. Are we sure that's hair and not Groot hiding in her hair?
I like Gisele but this is all very boring, lazy and repetitive. And I love nature too but just the quote about nature makes me yawn.
to be honest this could be anyone... a perfect shot for any fashion magazine... sexy but zero fashion impact...
This not looking like Gisele. I love her, but this is a BIG NOOOOOO!
Feels more like a summer cover, but always happy to see another Gisele cover.
Boring as her walk, especially when she looks down.
Looks like an H&M summer campaign.
Ouch! I love Gisele but this cover is not working on any level imo
We barely see any nature on the cover, if it's true she isn't totally natural anymore, but has had her front balanced and the green font looks like a toxin to me. This is more appropiate for something like Sports Illustrated.
L and I phoned this one in.
That foamy water looks dirty, the kind me and my friends would never wade into. That's all I'm going to say.
Obviously I'm all for seeing Gisele on the cover of Vogue and I like everything here but that hideous shade of green they opted for with the masthead and cover text. All white would've worked better, or maybe yellow (and really gone with the whole Vogue Paris vibe).
Nevertheless, this is easily the best cover the magazine has done to celebrate 40 years and I wouldn't even associate Gisele with Vogue Germany's 40th anniversary!
To be honest our nature is full of plastic too...
I think it’s because she’s the ubermodel.
It's ironic that for its 40th year, German Vogue has chosen to abandon what I would have said was its trademark cover style throughout the previous 39 years - strong studio-shot portraits of top models, with actresses etc making only an occasional appearance.
That made me laugh, and then it made me sad.
Let's save the world!
Green was a choice especially with that filter.