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Emanuele Farneti had some extraordinarily massive sneakers to fill when he took over Vogue Italia and two years later, our discussion board members nonetheless aren’t utterly on board along with his imaginative and prescient for the journal (or over the lack of Franca Sozzani). Not even covers that includes Anok Yai, Amber Valletta and Shalom Harlow have sufficed. Now with a change in artistic administrators (Giovanni Bianco out, Ferdinando Verderi in), the magazine drops a trio of covers for July 2019. You may select from Gigi Hadid by Alasdair McLellan, Imaan Hammam by Theo Sion and Karen Elson by Harley Weir.
For our discussion board members, the covers had been proof Farneti is in manner over his head. “R.I.P. Vogue Italia…” wrote phungnam96.
“Nothing makes sense to me, especially how they scream ITALIA on the covers. They could’ve stuck to just fashion instead of throwing around random ideas,” scolded Conbothsides.
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“Not a single redeeming cover! And why would anyone cover Imaan’s face up like that? Is it to make the other covers stand out? Ridiculous covers, ridiculous concept,” echoed Benn98.
Additionally sharing a complete lack of enthusiasm was MON: “Knew it. A new creative director will not save this magazine. The EIC is the main problem. Terrible. What does all of this have to do with DNA? I never clamor for a person to leave his job, but Farneti has to go.”
GivenchyAddict felt the identical manner. “Too literal. Not interested. There is no conversation to engage on DNA and how we came from different communities as they just put out blatant sponsored covers by Louis Vuitton.”
“This is NOT the way you want to usher in a new era, but then it’s just another gimmick by just another Vogue edition!” referred to as out Miss Dalloway.
“The perfect example of when you take everything so literal. How I miss the Franca era,” famous Ed..
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