British Vogue September 2019 Meghan Markle Forces for Change

British Vogue September 2019 Meghan Markle Forces for Change

Edward Enninful continues to catapult British Vogue into a brand new dimension with every situation. In 2019 alone, Enninful has managed to safe Naomi Campbell, Naomi Scott, Kate Moss, Madonna, Zoë Kravitz and Karlie Kloss. And now the title’s all-important September situation is right here.

Our discussion board members have been speculating who would land the coveted September cowl. However in a shocking twist, the most important information isn’t the quilt star, however the visitor editor. Meghan Markle helped co-edit British Vogue‘s “Forces for Change” situation. Photographed by Peter Lindbergh, a complete of 15 ladies grace the quilt: Adut Akech, Gemma Chan, Greta Thunberg, Jameela Jamil, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Adwoa Aboah, Jacinda Ardern, Francesca Hayward, Ramla Ali, Christy Turlington Burns, Salma Hayek, Sinéad Burke, Jane Fonda, Laverne Cox and Yara Shahidi. There’s even a clean mirrored area to replicate our very personal faces.

UK Vogue September 2019 : The ‘Forces for Change’ by Peter Lindbergh


However our discussion board members received’t be speeding right down to the newsstand. “It looks like an Instagram promo post rather than the September cover of Vogue! What the hell is this? And the mirror…what a stupid gimmick so people think they are also part of this. NEXT!” declared Bertrando3.

“So bad, so bad. And that mirrored space? Couldn’t they just book one more cover star? How dumb. It looks like a fan-made cover…an arts and crafts project,” scoffed TommysBaby.

“I would be totally OK with this being an October cover, but September, are you kidding me! UGH!!” Miss Dalloway complained.

[ Not a tFS discussion board member but? Click on right here to hitch! ]

In the identical state of mind was HeatherAnne: “I feel embarrassed for anyone who finds this inspirational. Hardly riveting choices. Besides Vogue you’re a fashion magazine, stay in your lane, we want a September fashion cover.”

“A checkerboard of clichés designed to hit all the right notes,” tigerrouge identified.

“What…is this? Could they not have executed this better? The suburban mom collage (especially with that mirror) looks cheesy,” commented a removed from overjoyed Armani.

“Having an empowering message on their biggest issue of the year is GREAT, but THIS. DOES. NOT. LOOK. LIKE. A. FASHION. MAGAZINE. COVER. Especially when it’s September. It’s just wrong and I’m disappointed,” voiced crmsnsnwflks.

Blayne266 shared the identical sentiments: “I think the whole collage group cover is messy and takes away from the ‘message’. I would have preferred to have multi-covers by Lindbergh, so it’s not so overwhelming and forced.”

Await extra from the brand new situation of British Vogue and be a part of the talk right here.

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