It's no secret that the big fashion houses require their brand ambassadors to wear their latest collections when Stars Land Magazine reports. For example, Zoë Kravitz wore Saint Laurent on ELLE's February cover. Sophie Turner is now representing Louis Vuitton in the latest issue of the magazine. Sophie is a firm favorite of Vuitton's artistic director Nicolas Ghesquière and presents the April 2020 issue at Venice Beach. The actress was photographed by photographer Arthur Elgort and styled by Beth Fenton. It carries the entire spring 2020 collection of the French fashion house in the entire magazine.
Members of our forums weren't jumping for joy. "It's basically another Vuitton advertorial. I'm not a big fan of the cover …" admitted aracic.
"Vuitton's monopoly is really sick. I almost feel that the only salvation is that the entire industry is razed and restarted. From mediocre designers, photographers, editors and models to blue chip brands, that dominate the front pages of magazines all over the world, so maybe that’s why creativity has never been so low, ”complained Benn98.
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“A cover that has absolutely nothing to offer, and I think Sophie Turner is just as inconspicuous as the result of this shoot. These blatantly paid covers are painful and make things worse … Louis Vuitton (apart from Léa Seydoux) has the most terrible brand ambassadors, ”said vogue28.
A.D.C. was largely underwhelmed: "Who cares if it is Elgort behind the camera if the results could have come from anyone?"
“No cool points for Elgort if the cover and the pictures are obviously paid for by Louis Vuitton. You make me sick with such pieces! Exclaimed Miss Dalloway.
But not everyone felt the same. “ELLE really chose this airy, sun-kissed cover this spring and I like it again. I can practically hear the waves and feel the warm wind. And Sophie looks great, ”admitted dodencebt.
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