Taylor Swift UK Vogue January 2020

Taylor Swift UK Vogue January 2020

It goes with out saying that 2019 has been a exceptional yr for Edward Enninful and in his persevering with effort to propel British Vogue in a brand new path (or on this case, an entire new decade), Enninful simply dropped the journal’s very first providing for 2020 starring Taylor Swift. The American singer/songwriter returns to the duvet precisely two years after her final look morphing into Brigitte Bardot with just a little assist from magnificence dream staff Pat McGrath and Guido Palau. Enninful outfitted Swift in classic Chanel for the duvet picture shot by photographer Craig McDean.

UK Vogue January 2020 : Taylor Swift by Craig McDean

IMAGE: VOGUE.CO.UK

In response to our discussion board members, the duvet is a big setback. “This is bad. I really like Taylor’s music and don’t have an issue with her on magazines generally, but this is AWFUL. The Photoshop makes her look like a different person. Never thought I’d say this, but this makes her U.S. Vogue September 2019 cover look like a masterpiece,” commented KINGofVERSAILLES.

“The amount of Photoshop and the wig-like hair makes it unlikable,” Srdjan chimed in.

“‘New decade, new style’ starts with Taylor and a Chanel suit? OK, I must be missing something. New style and a new decade should have started with a hot star, model or something less conventional than a successful white girl…” disapproved KissMiss.

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LastNight wasn’t impressed, both. “The cover is horrible and so disappointing. I have to say I haven’t been a fan of McDean’s work for years and this is a real mess. Interesting that it’s a very similar color palette to Dua Lipa’s January 2019 cover: beige and red. I like Taylor, but nothing about this works for me.”

However not everybody hated the end result. “So sick of her, but my god, this is easily the best cover she has done! The Bardot makeup actually works on her, especially with this styling,” raved Miss Dalloway.

“I like when Taylor goes Bardot — it’s perfect,” authorized ghostwriter10549.

“Love it! I don’t think they Photoshopped Taylor, it’s the Bardot-esque styling and makeup. Way better than U.S. Vogue,” applauded City Stylin.

Try some previews of Swift’s cowl function and be a part of the continuing debate right here.

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