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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by vogue28, May 7, 2021.
So last year she was on the cover with her husband and this year she on the cover again being pregnant. We love a "character development" Vogue cover.
Considering that this is German Vogue and Toni Garrn, the outcome is almost decent.
What on earth is she wearing? Looks ghastly.
Thought for a second this was a Dutch cover because they're so obsessed with pregnant women. Huge fail anyway, looks like Elle.
Have they announced a replacement for Arp yet? Should be a priority, if you ask me.
Next year's cover could be Toni, her husband, and her son/daughter together.
a portrait of a woman's journey
Vogue Germany August 2047: Toni Garrn, Alex Pettyfer, their children and their grandchildren by Roe Ethridge.
By then she'd have remarried again, I'm sure. This marriage won't last. I give it 2 years tops.
Are we expecting a third installment? With the child?
Is there no any other model in Germany?
all i have to say is...
I feel like they should have just waited for this instead of giving them both that slightly weird couple cover last year, haha. Its nice to see Toni I guess, she looks naturally beautiful and everything. But what is that outfit?
I noticed that the price increased again... Condé Nast must be really struggling.
Love Toni and I think she looks radiant here, although the lighting on her face is slightly odd. Didn't know she was pregnant. Can't say that I'm too impressed with yet another pregnancy cover. Also can't believe she's wearing Prada, that looks like one of those protective rags you wear when you're painting the house.
Vogue Germany is officially a shadow of its former self. I don't mind pregnancy covers, but this is an embarrassment when compared to the magazine's June 2010 cover with Claudia Schiffer by Karl Lagerfeld.
After all these years, Toni still has those sleepy eyes. The original Kendall Jenner.
It’s not bad but not good either.
what on earth is she wearing???
Toni looks beautiful but something about the lighting is not right in that cover.
In case anyone is interested, there are more pictures here:
Toni Garrn (Vogue Germany)