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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by vogue28, Aug 27, 2020.
Bianka Nwolisa and 41 others on the fold-out:
So it is possible! A black person on the cover of an Eastern European Vogue cover.
I like it because I feel like the theme "Hope" have been handled better than the other editions so far .
^ Exactly! It might be the cover that fits the Vogue Hope narrative the most - it's bright, pure and positive. The girl is so, so cute (looks a bit shy), although I don't care about children on fashion covers.
As for the foldout - is everyone now going to copycat the September 2019 cover of British Vogue?? I saw in the Elle thread Italian Elle did it this week too. God, so dull and annoying!
I hate it. Couldn't they at least use a model? Its not Vogue bambini.
Finally, a decent Vogue Enfants cover!
It's like the Vogue editions are trying to outperform each other
Awful, Vogue's worldwide competing to be the lowest of the low.
I wish it looked like Vogue Bambini, that's actually art directed... It's Sears Catalogue level.
Don't get me wrong, it's cute. And as far as the theme goes I think this is well executed. I just don't understand what the Vogue brand even stands for anymore. Hardly any of these magazines make me want to pick them up and read them, what a sad state of affairs for fashion.
That's how I looked when I was her age, wrapping myself in white tablecloths pretending they're gowns when noone was looking.
It's a cute cover, I'd prefer the girl to smile and show teeth a little bit though, to engage more
Photo Bartek Wieczorek
Stylist Karolina Gruszecka
Model Paulina Pitsikalis
Makeup Kasia Biały
You are right. This girls has 10 years. Inside is story with diffrent activists and they can choose adult woman.The big problem of this magazine is owner. She is a very rich woman but never worked in fashion and magazine industry. She hired own friends worked in fashion but they never been the best of the best.