It’s arduous to consider that Abbey Lee Kershaw’s final Vogue cowl look was again in 2015. So we’re thrilled to see the Aussie magnificence grace Vogue Russia’s newest. We’ve been handled to a robust choice of covers from Russian Vogue over current months, from Cara Taylor to Imaan Hammam to Kendall Jenner to Grace Elizabeth. For November 2019, Abbey is captured on the streets of New York Metropolis sporting head-to-toe Saint Laurent courtesy of Paul Cavaco within the stark and placing shot by Chris Colls.
Nearly all of our discussion board members fell head over heels. “Russian Vogue just keeps getting better,” applauded phungnam96.
“Damn, that’s a great use of a Saint Laurent outfit!” praised dodencebt.
“Abbey Lee serving it as always,” raved jorgepalomo.
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“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 and I do love how the dramatic styling is complemented by Colls’ black and white photography,” voiced vogue28.
However not everybody was into it. “It’s a beautiful shot. But does it work for a cover? Maybe with a stronger layout,” wrote mikel.
Mercury6181 felt the identical manner: “I like the image a lot, but it’s not the best for a cover shot!”
“I’m beginning to grow a bit tired of the way Colls does his black and white shots. And anyway, this one looks like a preview cover or an ad,” declared Benn98.
Do you aspect with the bulk? Take a look at some previews of the duvet story and be part of the dialog right here.