Whether you’re keen on her or detest her, there’s merely no knocking Kendall Jenner’s credentials as a working mannequin. In 2018, Kendall was a distinguished fixture on the newsstand with covers for Harper’s Bazaar, ELLE, American Vogue, Vogue Korea, Vogue Turkey (to title just some) whereas starring in varied promoting campaigns for mega manufacturers Missoni, Dsquared2, Longchamp and Miu Miu — incomes her the spot because the highest-paid mannequin of the 12 months. 2019 is now beginning to look simply as promising for Kendall as she’s already the model ambassador for Stuart Weitzman and Roberto Cavalli and now simply landed the gig each mannequin desires of: the quilt of Vogue Italia. Photographed by Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott and styled by Jacob Okay in Giorgio Armani, Kendall dials up the drama and pays homage to the glory days of nice Italian cinema within the 60s.
Our discussion board members couldn’t wait to share their ideas. “This would be appropriate for MiLK, Pop, or one of those other hipster fashion magazines, but not Vogue — everything is sad right down to the font,” HeatherAnne mentioned.
“I don’t hate that it’s her. I hate that the pose and whatever M&M asked of her is way out of her league. This kind of shot will rake up the requisite 2/3 million likes on her Instagram, but it doesn’t work for a HF magazine cover,” Benn98 added.
“OH. MY. GOD. This is trash,” expressed phungnam96.
Not everybody was compelled to bash the quilt, nonetheless. “I love the styling, and the exaggerated pose, but I feel as if it were someone like Vittoria or Mariacarla it would be great. I mean, it’s Vogue Italia, shooting a spread about the golden age of Italian cinema, cast an Italian model,” identified AnaD.
“I actually think this is Kendall’s best Vogue cover to date. I mean the styling, hair and makeup are pretty exaggerated but she pulls it off and looks stunning facial wise. Her face to me sells the cover,” defended discussion board member Zposen.
Blayne266 confessed, “I’m not going to let who is on the cover affect my opinion even if I’m not a fan of Kendall. I actually quite like this cover, it’s something different from Kendall and she’s serving a bit of attitude, which I love. She seems to work best with M&M.”
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