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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by vogue28, Oct 21, 2019.
This is just mundane in every way.
This looks like it could be any of the minor European Vogues.
Really like this.
I’m surprised she didn’t called Gisele for this...
« Sans Nature, Pas de futur » is just hilarious. I really can’t take any industry serving us the cliché « save the planet » thing.
Are we going to see fake fur in this issue? It’s not very eco-friendly...
I forgot! Jeans is made out of cotton... My god! Please don’t make it happen...
The cover is disposable but fresh for VP.
We might have seen Erika already, but this is something different for Vogue Paris so I must say that I quite like this.
I agree on this so much.. I mean the fashion industry is one of the biggest sources of carbon emission so writing something like that sounds a bit hypocritical and a way to exploit a current hot topic
This looks like another magazine entirely. It's also so boring too.
What fresh hell is this?
This looks like it could be 2012 Vogue Italia.
This is so 90's. There was life before the 80's, and Alt finally realizes that.
Now that you say that, it reminds me of Kirsty Hume on the cover of US Elle October 1994 (supermodelshrine.tumblr.com
That Elle cover still looks great despite the normcore styling. 90s Elle really had the best art direction.
you can spit that grass out, i get you! this looks like an elle sweden reprint. boring as hell and that girl is so forgettable i don't recall her previous cover. and dear, isn't the environmental theme annoying. i wonder what they have to say about it because except for maybe a couple of brands using recycled materials partially and perhaps a tiny amount of organic fibres here and there, the whole industry is a hell and quite suddenly everyone cares deeply now. sure!
Lovely cover! I must agree with everyone saying it's different for VP
Raquel Z is in the cover story with Erika
This reminds me of Vogue Knitting or Vogue Patterns.
And they didn’t give her the cover? Why?!?!?
The October issue arrived here today (and no doubt days prior for the rest of the UK), so hopefully you're now able to get your hands on a copy!
This right here isn't my ideal Vogue Paris cover, but I can appreciate how laid-back it is following the overdose of festive glamour with last month's offering. Always a one for Mikael Jansson, so I'm very keen to see the cover feature (even more so now having learned Raquel Zimmermann is part of it!).
Alt has hit a new (non-80s) low.
It’s so sad to know that Raquel is in the ed but Alt prefer to give the cover to Erika again. I hope this issue be a flop
Anna ewers by Lachlan Bailey
And Ed by Gregory Harris
Previews are up on vogue.fr