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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by avonlea002, Mar 29, 2021.
I perfectly good image ruined by one annoying rose!
Constance is too beautiful for this type of treatment!
This is delightful. The rose weirdly works for me. With those big eyes, yes please!
I like it. One of their better and stronger covers. Though the flower is a huge let down.
I also quite like this, it feels very circa 2009 for some reason.
This is weirdly nice. I've been buying all their issues for at least a year now, content is always strong and the covers are fantastic in my humble opinion. Can't wait to see what's inside, I'm always here for Constance!
I really like this too. It's odd and a little try hard but it's bold and fashiony and kinda pretty.
I don’t mind the rose, but I do mind the facehugger from Alien eating her chest.
Mucu better than the dull content that we mostly see nowadays
yikes. the rose is too much.
They should've checked out Vogue Spain's current Jodie Comer cover, as to how to feature a flower properly - and as if that Schiaparelli dress isn't distracting enough. What a total waste of a Constance Jablonski Vogue cover.
Lol, that Schiaparelli dress is so tacky that you don't need another rose to elevate it!
Well Constance is very 2009, so...
What the f*ck is this gimmick treatment? The fashion prolapse issue?
Please stop this nonsense and give us proper glamour, especially with Constance.
I can't help but think about private parts when I see roses in someone's mouth. Sorry. Constance looks good though.
That shot with yellow dress is stunning!!!
Actual fashion in a fashion magazine? Like an oasis in the Sahara.
That Skaparelly (typo on purpose) dress was basically made for this exact purpose, a stunning cover photo. Someone at Vogue Poland has common sense. The rose - to me - is perfect, what else would she do with her face. The rose makes sense it's supposed to be very Baroque with every surface decorated and if she didn't do this or another exaggerated expression your eye would go straight to the cut-out - but my eye went straight to her face first.