When you didn’t understand that Vogue Germany has been celebrating a outstanding 40 years in print, we aren’t shocked. The journal’s pitiful makes an attempt at documenting the landmark have fallen quick on our boards due to a slew of unimpressive covers that includes the likes of Isabella Rossellini, Gisele Bündchen, Stella Tennant, Victoria Beckham and Gigi Hadid. To shut out the celebration, the German vogue bible picked Rianne Van Rompaey as its December 2019 cowl star. Photographed by Collier Schorr and styled by Nicola Knels, the Dutch magnificence and Vogue Paris common stars within the somewhat bland cowl picture carrying a glance from Louis Vuitton’s Cruise 2020 assortment rendering our discussion board members (nearly) speechless.
Commentary quickly started to flood the boards. “‘Feel Free’ to let your content be dictated by a big advertiser. So this is the cover they have to close out their anniversary year with. Very underwhelming,” wrote mikel the second the quilt struck.
“‘Feel Free’ to throw this in the bin,” voiced MON.
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“I think these simple covers must sell for them or why would they do them so often? And especially for this anniversary year! It is starting to feel a bit depressing, but somehow I am still into it,” Miss Dalloway shared.
Additionally not precisely leaping for pleasure was slayage: “Rianne appears to be like stunning, however the structure of the quilt ruins the entire shot.”
“The image is OK, but I hate how the font ruins the whole cover,” echoed burbuja8910.
“Rianne is beautiful as usual, but the cover does not make me want to buy what she’s wearing — or the issue,” confessed apple.
“Ignoring the horrendous fonts they’ve used, the image itself is great. One of the best cover shots of Rianne I’ve seen in a while. Her expression and hair are so strong,” declared Nomar.
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