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Caroline Trentini Breastfeeds Her Newborn Baby on Vogue Brazil’s September Cover (Forum Buzz)

The September issues have proved anything but ordinary. From Kendall Jenner sweeping up the cover of American Vogue to Irina Shayk going blonde and stealing the spotlight on Vogue Russia. Now, in an even more dramatic turn of events, Vogue Brazil decides to follow in the footsteps of ELLE Australia by giving us a breastfeeding Caroline Trentini. Photographed by Zee Nunes, the Brazilian beauty poses on two different covers for September 2016. One presents Caroline showcasing her baby bump at seven months pregnant, while the second shows her months later cradling newborn baby Benoah.

Vogue Brazil September 2016 : Caroline Trentini by Zee Nunes


Best September covers this year, anyone? “This is truly breathtaking! Caroline looks so beautiful in this soft light and gorgeous location. I also love how her child’s red hair picks up the colours of the oranges in the background. Stunning work!” hailed an overjoyed Nepenthes the moment the covers broke.

“Absolutely beautiful!” described an elated VogueDisciple93.

Sharing the same attitude toward the cover was lakomka, rejoicing, “Aww! This is how you do a portrait of a pregnant lady. Breathtaking!”

WilliamsLe010919 agreed, raving, “This is what a portrait of a pregnant woman done by a fashion magazine should look like!! Hands down one of my favorite covers this year! Truly truly breathtaking!!”

“Both beautiful covers, Vogue Brazil got these right,” applauded TeeVanity.

“Those are beautiful. Probably the best and my favorite September covers,” announced a delighted thatsfierce.

Feeling the same way was burbuja8910. “Amazing covers, finally good photos from the September issues of this year,” she commended.

“This is so beautiful. One of my favorite Vogue Brazil covers. Well done! Caroline looks effortlessly stunning. I’m in love,” confessed guimon.

Vogue Brazil September 2016 : Caroline Trentini by Zee Nunes


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