Manuel Arnaut is definitely doing fantastic things with Vogue Arabia. The magazine picked Kourtney Kardashian along with Farida Khelfa as cover stars. It also gave its September cover to a young girl affected by the devastating explosion in Beirut. Now Lily Collins makes her first Vogue cover appearance on the mag’s November 2020 issue captured by Thomas Whiteside. For cover one (below), Lily serves face wearing a latex Saint Laurent number, while on cover two (after the jump) the star of Netflix’s Emily in Paris sports a showstopping Schiaparelli creation.
One cover clearly stood out. “Odd choice for Vogue Arabia for a cover star, kind of an average shoot, pretty boring as far as first impressions go,” voiced SLFC.
“Really random… I guess they really like Emily in Paris in the Middle East? Also her arm behind the masthead is strange,” added BlueRuin.
“The second cover is stunning and glamorous, while the first one leaves much to be desired,” noted MON.
“The second cover is divine!” agreed cottonmouth13.
“First cover is meh, but that second cover is gorgeous!” echoed bluestar.
“Immediately I was a fan of the first cover — loved the simplicity of it all, the straightforward photography from Thomas Whiteside and how polished the overall look is. The lighting is extremely flattering and Lily looks flawless! However, it’s the second cover which completely seals the deal for me — just pure perfection,” vogue28 pointed out.
“Second cover is gorgeous! Makes me want to purchase the issue,” shared jorgepalomo.