Glamor is always a good idea and British Vogue gives us just that with the unveiling of their October 2020 cover. A fresh face on the cover of one of our favorite fashion highlights is always a welcome sight, and Edward Enninful certainly has a knack for choosing of cover stars. After all, Lupita Nyong & # 39; o, Irina Shayk and Jodie Comer made their debut in the British fashion bible this year and now Emma Corrin is making her first cover. The actress, photographed by Charlotte Wales and designed by Poppy Kain, who will play Princess Diana in the upcoming season of The Crown, takes us back to the 80s with a royal blue Oscar de la Renta dress, Christian Louboutin heels and jewels from Chaumet.
But the cover couldn't captivate our forum members. “Crikey, the art direction! I'm sorry, but that is unforgivable. How on earth did it happen to so many eyes? Benn98 wondered.
“The art direction is terrible, the garden setting reminds me of British Harper & # 39; s Bazaar, and I don't like the use of a full length portrait as opposed to a crisp close-up that Emma Corrin introduces into the circuit for the cover. Voice vogue28.
"I can't believe that this was the best option for a cover. Nothing works here! A shame. Such a missed opportunity to pay a breathtaking homage to Diana," Aracic intervened.
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LastNight also disapproved of the result: “Terrible coverage. What on earth is happening to the type and layout? It's so bad An absolute eyesore … "
"Oh, my goodness. Everything leaves a lot to be desired. Imagine that you have this budget and still don't hire a decent art director," MON scoffed.
"I think this could be one of the worst UK Vogue covers I've ever seen. I literally despise it," added Honeycombchild.
"Perfect for promoting deodorant – one that won't stain your 80s ball gown! And is vegan!" Declared YohjiAddict.
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