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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by vogue28, Oct 16, 2019.
It’s a beautiful shot. But does it work for a cover? Maybe with a stronger layout.
Russian Vogue just keeps being better
Damn, that's a great use of a Saint Laurent outfit! The right contrast and the red/beige combo in the masthead make it very sleek, and Abbey looks stunning.
No idea why people like this, to me looks very mediocre + literally no concept whatsoever
I'm getting the theme of "Vogue Business" and being on the lookout for the next client.
yes, this is giving me themed Vogue vibes too.
Nice cover, kind of Lindbergh-ish. But why this girl is still around? No any other model was available that day?
Love! I'd be happy to bring Abbey back.
Abbey Lee serving it as always
I like it. Is it the best shot for a cover, probably not, but I still like it.
I like the image a lot but it’s not the best for a cover shot! Can’t wait to see the editorial
I'm beginning to grow a bit tired of the way Colls does his b&w shots. And anyway, this one looks like a preview cover or an ad. Vogue Russia has been delivering great covers for the past few months, this one isn't it.
Alyssa Sardine by Frankiewicz & Rozniata, styled by Svetlana Vashenyak. 12 pgs
Cover story 6 pgs
Cosima Auermann by Frankiewicz & Rozniata, styled by Svetlana Vashenyak. 4 pgs
Felice Noordhoff by Sgura, styler by Tony Irvine. 11 pgs
Delph Mcnicol, Sara Robaszkiewicz, Vaquel Tyies, Olga Kulibaba, Andra, Jacob by Elizaveta Porodina, styled by Masha Fedorova. 4 pgs
Demy de Vries and Karlijn Kusters by Dudi Hasson, styled by Katerina Zolototrubova. 12 pgs
Riley Keough by Henrique Gendre, styled by Masha Fedorova. 4pgs
4 pgs tribute to Lindbergh
218 pgs + Vogue Business supplement
caioherrero, Vashenyak is contributing fashion editor from this issue together with Zolototrubova
Yikes, 7 sets of original content. Impressive!
I wish she would've looked directly into the camera, it'd been a more striking image but I'm not mad at it.
More often than not I loathe full-length cover images with the subject not looking out toward the reader but I was immediately a fan of this. It's different, has a narrative (as @tigerrouge perfectly pointed out) and I do love how the dramatic styling of the Saint Laurent is complemented by Colls' black and white photography.