Our discussion board members are all for the return of 90s supermodels to the covers of our favourite trend glossies and over latest months Naomi Campbell and Christy Turlington have been reminding us of the nice previous days. Now, following an look on Vogue Italia’s August 2019 subject, Claudia Schiffer is Vogue Russia’s January 2020 cowl star. A longtime favourite of Karl Lagerfeld, Claudia pays refined tribute to the legendary designer within the Cuneyt Akeroglu-shot cowl photograph carrying a crimson leather-based jacket from Chanel’s Fall 1992 assortment (which she modeled on the runway).
However one thing was off with the duvet, at the very least in line with our discussion board members. “Why did they use this picture for the cover?” mikel requested the second the duvet dropped.
“There’s absolutely nothing wrong with Claudia’s face so not sure why Vogue Russia chose this image. I actually like the actual image, but not as a cover,” declared Benn98.
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“Oh Claudia…first Vogue Italia, now this? They’re really doing her dirty with all these nasty covers. A lovely image, but certainly not for a cover,” echoed aracic.
KissMiss shared the identical sentiment: “Slightly weird image for the cover, but I like the image.”
“It’s a real shame Claudia’s face is barely visible in this because I would’ve been willing to shout from the rooftops about it. What an odd angle for a cover, completely ruins it for me and I loathe how the ‘O’ is missing entirely from the Vogue masthead,” critiqued vogue28.
“This is what you get when you’re already done with the shoot and at the same time are contractually bound to promote ‘Vogue Values‘. Slap on the tagline even without any correlation to the cover,” famous MON.
Take a look at some previews of Claudia’s cowl shoot and see which photograph ought to’ve been the duvet right here.