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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by vogue28, Nov 13, 2019.
Irina's cover is stunning! A perfect balance of styling elements, text, composition and beauty.
I feel sorry for not liking Stella's cover because she's been working really hard lately, shooting more than ever. But her cover just doesn't work and feels unnecessary.
Stella’s cover is indeed unnecessary!
Irina's cover is really wonderful. It just works for December.
Irina looks gorgeous! What's she wearing?
Irina is clearly the only one needed here. Poor Stella though, I hope the edit is good. Quality work from Zoey as usual.
Fantastic cover from Irina! Such a natural beauty, only enhanced by other elements of the cover. Great one for Russia!
I am not sure I like Irina's expression (it feels forced) but I guess she looks beautiful even constipated :-D
Irina has one of the most beautiful faces in industry and this cover makes her justice very well. I like Stella's one, but if a magazine wants to make multicovers, both should be at the same level, and clearly this isn't the case.
Always a pleasure to see Irina on a cover.
This cover is not suitable for December. In Russia, this month is traditionally associated with the fun family New Year holiday and this cover is too strict, it does not sparkle with holidays for me, but Irina is certainly beautiful.
Irina's is amazing; Stella's is ridiculous
cover story with both girls. 16 pgs
Vivienne Rohner by Clare Rothstein, styled by Zolototrubova. 10 pgs
Manon Leloup, Anya Lyagoshina, Merel Zoet, Talia Ferralis, Tilda Jonsson by Stefania Paparelli, Styled by Masha Fedorova. 6 pgs (D&G alta moda ed)
Remington Williams by Alvaro Beamud Cortes, styled by Dunina. 10 pgs (couture)
Same beauty story from UK Vogue with Aldridge. 4 pgs
Anahi Puntin, Luna Wu by Dudi Hansson, styled by Zolototrubova. 4 pgs
Vogue Ball supplement. Cover and ed: Natalia Vodianova with Portman kids and Plushenko wife with their son
Zoey has got to be one of the most mediocre, most bland and most generic shooters working these days. And that’s saying a lot, since there are so many more uninspired photographers than there are of ones that actually have a vision— never mind talent.
There’s absolutely no difference between an in-house photographer that shoots for any given department store and her. Props to her agency tho for landing her these high profile jobs.
Horrible covershots. The portrait one is so basic and absolutely further ruined by that weird inclusion of light beam— resembling those template shots of jedi holding a lightsaber… WTF LOL… The 2nd cover and the way that Stella’s holding the dress is the basic trope of any new photographer starting out. Just inexcusably lazy. Very low fashion.
I just noticed that they have Shayk's name on her cover but no name on Maxwell's.
Feels like she was a free bonus since they share same agent and they need to keep her dying career alive. Those VS girls are so yesterday. Thanks to VS
Maybe because Irina is one of the well known models in Russia?
Irina Shayk's cover is clearly the standout out the two, so utterly gorgeous and engaging. I just cannot understand for the life of me why someone decided to include Stella Maxwell in this!
Photographer: Zoey Grossman
Stylist: Paul Cavaco
Hair: Panos Panadrianos
Makeup: Tatyana Makarova
Cast: Irina Shayk, Stella Maxwell
Vogue Russia Digital Edition
Photographer: Claire Rothstein
Stylist: Katerina Zolototrubova
Hair: Seb Bascle
Makeup: Lloyd Simmonds
Manicure: Inna Dhzodhinova
Cast: Vivienne Rohner
Vogue Russia Digital Edition