Jill Kortleve Vogue Paris February 2020

Jill Kortleve Vogue Paris February 2020

Emmanuelle Alt made Vogue Paris essentially the most predictable title of 2019, consistently giving up the quilt of the French trend bible to the standard suspects (Erika Linder twice and Rianne Van Rompaey a complete of 3 times). However Alt seems to be turning over a brand new leaf within the new yr by welcoming a contemporary face on French Vogue for February 2020. Jill Kortleve makes her debut on the journal placing a pose in Saint Laurent for the quilt shot captured by Dutch photographic duo Inez Van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin.

Vogue Paris February 2020 : Jill Kortleve by Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin


However the cowl didn’t excite our discussion board members. “Emmanuelle Alt’s interpretation of ’embracing different shapes’. The cover is awful from start to end and Jill Kortleve is actually a gorgeous girl,” expressed Benn98.

“Wow. I have no words. Seriously, I am floored. This is the worst image I have ever seen in my life. This teen girl pink background? The ‘rural/country wanna-be-a-model-girl pose’? What is that face?” declared a removed from overjoyed dontbeadrag.

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“I think it’s hilarious that Vogue Paris’ way of embracing ‘Vogue Values’ is by putting someone who 95 percent of people would consider thin or at least of standard model proportions on their cover and calling her a ‘body positive figure’ who ‘redefines the standards of beauty’. Or maybe it’s just the way they Photoshopped her?” questioned vavavinny.

Valentine27 felt the identical means: “She might be different from the usual fashion standards, but it doesn’t show on the cover. That’s a pity, especially when the title states ‘different’. I don’t even mind the cut-and-paste pink background at this point. The representation is just wrong and I feel like it’s a missed opportunity.”

“I kinda like it!” defended vogue28. “I’m taken back to Vogue Paris covers from the 90s (like the one with Meghan Douglas by Mario Testino).”

“I like it. Vogue Paris is the only Vogue that is still bearable. May Alt continue for many years and never be replaced by a social media chaser,” wrote Les_Sucettes.

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