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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by amby, Sep 18, 2018.
Honestly love this cover!
I'd take this over their Aug and Sept covers.
I love This cover! I can’t wait to see it in the Halloween section at Walgreens!
I get the idea behind it - but for the cover, I wish they'd gone for the full-on face, because, yes, this looks like a child-clown to me, forced to dress up. It's like seeing a mild psychological breakdown performed through the medium of make-up.
Very clownish indeed...
I love this! Might actually buy this
I think I would have liked it a lot more if it weren't for the multicolored masthead.. like, why? It makes it look like a children's magazine.
I find it badly executed. Extremely disappointed to see Kaia for a second time on a VP cover this year.
This cover does nothing for me. I wish magazines and photographers would take risk in changing a model's look.
It's not working for me, she looks like an ordinary child here to me, albeit a pretty one, ordinary as opposed to a young Brooke Shields or Milla Jovovich for instance or what we want or expect to see on a Vogue cover. When eyes are a little too close together closeups aren't flattering in general, especially from that angle.
Yes, a child dressed up as a clown, therefore can't take this serious and even then it isn't funny.
And there is such a clash between the headline "Kaia A Star is Born" and the clownesque image. Where is the star? I don't see much star quality on that image.
hmm... not a favorite image for a cover but I´m sure that the editorial will be better.
This might have been an interesting image if the model was a woman, with a stronger face.
Instead it comes across as a bad Vogue Bambini Halloween outtake from the 80's.
It is for October, so maybe that's what they were going for.
This feels very gimmicky and the multi-coloured masthead isn't helping. I think it's high time Vogue Paris got a new EIC.
Oh boy, this cover is the result of so many bad choices.
Now GTFO with your cheesy nonsense, this is not how you get my money, maybe teen girls will love, and buy it!
This looks like something Dazed would produce, not Vogue Paris. I do think it has the potential to be a good cover without the make-up and, obviously the nose because the dress itself evokes a refreshing sense of festivity. Someone should tell Alt that "fun" doesn't always have to be on the nose.~