Emanuele Farneti loves a good gimmick. Like creating a CGI cover star for Vogue Italia. Or producing 100 covers for the title’s September issue. Or showing the Biebers sharing an embrace just last month. For November 2020, Alex Andrews and Georgia Palmer make their debuts on the Italian fashion bible. Posing before the lens of David Sims, each land their own cover for the issue celebrating individual beauty.
Alex’s cover (above) was the first to drop. “That cover doesn’t make any sense at all,” said liberty33r1b.
“The little text bubble ruins it. This is a Vogue cover, not the comics section in the Sunday paper,” declared a clearly unimpressed GivenchyHomme.
Srdjan described the cover as “amateur” and “underwhelming.”
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“Meh. This is OK considering how the bar is set so low for Vogue Italia,” noted MON.
WAVES obviously isn’t jumping for joy: “It’s pretty. Vogue covers lately are never stunning, impressive, amazing or groundbreaking. They’re just pretty…”
“After everything I’ve seen on the front of fashion magazines this year, especially this edition…it’s alright,” confessed tigerrouge.
“Out of the two, Georgia Palmer’s cover is the strongest, love the cropping, the minimal styling and how you’re commanded by Georgia’s presence and expression. A total nonevent of two covers and neither make me want to make a purchase…” voiced vogue28.
Which cover do you prefer? Share your thoughts and check out more from Vogue Italia’s latest here.