As you’ll learn on our forums, Georgia May Jagger is a model we either love or loathe. She still manages to land Vogue covers left and right, however, including U.K. Vogue‘s April issue alongside peers Cara Delevingne and Suki Waterhouse. For May, Georgia goes it alone for the cover of Vogue Ukraine, captured by Marcin Tyszka. The British beauty sports a vibrant yellow Michael Kors jacket standing before a rather vulgar brown background.
The cover’s components simply aren’t enough to satisfy the majority of forum members. “Bland girl. She is like the Kendall from the UK,” DutchHomme lamented.
“Nope. Next. The colors are dead. Expression is dull. Pose is dead. Layout is too much. Everything just doesn’t work,” MON assessed soon after.
Sharing the same uncertainty was Benn98. “It’s interesting how many Vogue covers Georgia has booked. It’s not a bad shot, but it looks like something I’ve seen before. ELLE Poland perhaps?” he asked. Ouch.
Forum member narcyza failed to show enthusiasm as well, proclaiming, “What [an] awful background. I hate this color. Yellow font doesn’t help too. Georgia always looks…the same. I don’t get it why she has another Vogue cover. Really.”
“I really don’t get that brown background,” echoed GlamorousBoy in agreement.
Add your own two cents here about Georgia’s latest work. Did Vogue Ukraine miss an opportunity?