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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by MDNA, Apr 6, 2021.
Bad layout as usual but not a bad cover actually. Girl just call it what it is, "the connection issue".
That jacket construction look so weird. LVMH is going to push the new Fendi to the max, and I'm not ready for it.
Cannot stand the new Fendi as much as Farneti's VI, and don't tell me that the industry is going to eat up KJ's Fendi like MGC's Dior. The cover is not offensive though except the clothes are badly constructed!
Can we rename this into The Losing Even More Friends Issue?
Or maybe the “The losing of the remaining readers issue” LOL
The picture of cover 1 is not bad, the layout terrible as expected...
Cover 2 terrible...
Demi's cover is quite good but the second one is terrible. Is there anyone left who buys Vogue Italia? And what's wrong with the name of this issue?
is david sims son a stylist now??
My eye already started rolling when I saw the title of this topic; VI has become such an unfortunate joke. Having said that, Demi does look good on her cover.
I genuinely thought it was Courtney Cox on the first cover
Have been sick of the had written texts on covers for a long time.
How could VOGUE ITALIA think that ugly hand written stuff were stylish and beautiful?
It simply ruins the cover over and over again, pretty CHILDISH.
That cover of Natalia is gorgeous but the layout ruins everything. Also the Many Friends Issue? Has his friends ever given him any advice? Like how to stop pretending he’s an EIC, for instance?
It’s great to see something by Riverside again.
How many Vogue Italia cover Binx had in the last year?
4 in 10 months
and all off them look like bullsh*t, i mean i love Binx, but all work produced by Vogue italia with her seems like a mistake in the career. Only September issue cover is Ok but its only the cover without editorial.
David Sims cover and editorial is styled by his son who Popped up at I-D anniversary issue cover for no reason and now this teenager is a stylist... lets talk about low standards set nowadays... Thanks to Carlos Nazario (fashion director of I-D) this magazine reminds me of I-D which is not a compliment.