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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by IndigoHomme, Nov 24, 2017.
Vogue Mexico via Twitter
Ouch! the main cover is so bad imo... the fold out is ok, for a foldout. Hopefully neither of these is the cover for LA.
I saw in facebook the main cover without the word 'Mexico'. I think it's the same for all the countries. Over the past couple of years Karlie's and Malgosia's covers where double too, wich it's weird, because the Latin version it's just come with one cover. This is the firt cover by Demarchelier for them (not a reprint, like the previous decade). And by the way, I think, she's the model of the year.
These are really bad covers!!!
I quite like them, she looks like a snow princess or something.
Very good for Grace Elizabeth too, scoring more Vogue covers.
The first cover reminds me so much of Carla Bruni
Young Ellen Pompeo vibes
YES!!! I immediately saw Carla Bruno when I saw the first cover too. And I quite like the "snow princess" vibe for a December cover.
Grace is absolutely gorgeous. I was expecting something good and she delivered.
I don't think it's that bad. Looks a bit cheap, but Grace is SO beautiful. She can do no wrong in my eyes.
You're right, she is THE model of 2017. I must say the cover casting of this edition in general is more current than most of the other Vogues.
The 2nd cover isn't bad, but I think it could've worked with a bit more of an ethereal vibe from her. Also, she's leaning on that heap of faux snow like it's a table. Interesting that this is Demarchelier's first exclusive for Vogue Mexico! I don't like the first one at all. Her face shape looks odd.
Such a beautiful face, framed by limp curtains of hair that do nothing for her, other than drag the images down into bland mediocrity.
God she's just soooooo beautiful.
Vogue Mexico & Latin America's Facebook & Twitter, awake-smile
Photographer: Patrick Demarchelier
Model: Grace Elizabeth
Stylist: Paul Cavaco
Make-up: Brigitte Reiss
Hair stylist: Bob Recine
Nails: Rieko Okusa
Set designer: Michael Sturgeon
Editorial: "Alter Ego de Color"
Photographer: Michael Schwartz
Stylist: Kate Young
Hair: Harry Josh
Make Up: Hung Vanngo
Model: Aira Ferreira
Vogue Mexico Digital Edition
WOW what a face! Aira is gooorrrgeous! *runs to her thread*
They're not messing around with that make-up! Quite the statement, and her looks are strong enough to take it.
Totally agree - always thought she was a beauty but she normally looks so young, seeing her done up like an 80s glamazon here took me back a bit! Shows she's versatile though, she looks gorgeous