Vogue Germany September 2018 : Charlotte Casiraghi by Daniel Jackson

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  1. vogue28

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    The first cover looks ok.
     
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    Fashion Rocks? I feel embarrassed for them. That would be an Instagram caption of a random blogger wannabe...
    VP copycats too.
     
  5. Benn98

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    First cover seems fine, capitalised properly on her beauty. The second one looks like the bastardly sister of VP.
    The choice is a bit of a shock, but considering how much Germans love these Grimaldis, I'm guessing this will be quite a hit. Maybe Arp is trying to muscle in on Bunte's audience with this coup. Though to freshen things up a bit, why not shoot 'Die coole Furstin Charlene'? That would be way more of a rare exclusive.
     
  6. MON

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    The September covers are alarming.

    Not a single release has been good.

    Is September no longer something to look forward to??
     
  7. dina19

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    love it
     
  8. phungnam96

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    This looks really sad...
     
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    Not my cup of tea. It's just not exiting for me.
     
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    Why is she making that terrible clueless expression in both pictures? It’s so depressing
     
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    Each year Sept covers are getting worse. What is this? Dirty haired looking “princess“? Hard pass!!
     
  12. tigerrouge

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    If we were left in any doubt that fashion isn't the main consideration in fashion magazines anymore, these September issues have made that message clear.
     
  13. Valentine27

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    The second cover reminds me of Grace Elizabeth's for Vogue Paris.
    Such dull covers.
     
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    I love the second cover. Charlotte is gorgeous.
     
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    I like both covers
     
  16. EstefaniaAbaddon

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    Looks nothing like I remember her. Not a fan of anything about this. Also why two covers? The pictures are quite similar.
     
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    I know we all gotta make a living but she could've stayed interesting and alluring if she hadn't decided to be a model.. now it's all been unveiled and I find her image as vacant as her socialite/royal lifestyle.. her late 18th century habits masked as a career ("like to ride horses, discuss books, have gathered the best philosophers I know and created a club, plus published one book with the credentials of a serious philosopher but with my royal budget and prestigious background") just feel, beside boring, sooo out of touch.. I really would not be surprised if one of these days her PR team restricts these covers and interviews to promote her new interest on baking cakes and ironing. Now I don't expect to learn more on social issues by flicking through a magazine and these things are vapid by nature, just don't make it too dumb or better yet, give me openly dumb/nothing people that at least are not pretending they're not..
     
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    Her expression is exactly the same on both covers, which automatically renders one of them useless.
    My pick is the first, flush the second one. She's a beautiful girl, but my only interest in her is the royal connection.
    That should always be emphasized in all of her fashion related work. Without that, she's just a random filler model.
     
  19. Lola701

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    I love the Grimaldi but it’s maybe time to stop trying to make her a « thing ». She is beautiful and intelligent but no...
    She has been the face/ambassador of so many brands and yet her personal style doesn’t shine on it own...
    Now, she is all grungy.

    There’s nothing more boring than a Saint Laurent look styled in a Saint Laurent way...
     
  20. GivenchyAddict

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    ^and she is an annoying woman. very pretentious, spoiled girl. she should just ride horses and let fashion alone :censored:
     
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