Anna Wintour is notorious for recycling Vogue‘s cover girls (five of the magazine’s 2019 offerings have featured returning cover girls). The latest to be welcomed back is Margot Robbie, returning three years after her debut for July 2019. The Aussie beauty and Chanel brand ambassador is a forum favorite, whether she’s on Vogue Australia, W or Vanity Fair. For her second American Vogue outing, the Once Upon a Time in Hollywood actress poses for Inez Van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin in a bejeweled Burberry shirt selected by Tonne Goodman.
Members of our forums were in total awe. “Gorgeous! Stunning! Fabulous!” raved Handbag Queen.
“Love it! A million times better than her first cover,” praised HodanChloe.
“Great cover! She is heaven to photograph!” declared an equally impressed Lola701.
“Wow, stunning cover! First U.S. Vogue cover of the year I actually love!” proclaimed justaguy.
In the same frame of mind was Valentine27: “Finally I can say I like a U.S. Vogue cover. I might be slightly biased because I love Margot, but honestly, who doesn’t? She can do it all. She is phenomenal.”
Miyawaki showed the cover some love, too. “Love everything about this! Margot is extremely beautiful and this reminds me of the old Vogue.”
“Oh damn, that’s a fantastic cover and I just love the choice of green against her complexion and the gray background. It’s an unconventional expression and stare to have on a cover, but it somehow works for me. And the editorial is just sublime,” wrote dodencebt.
“Margot shows more versatility than many top models past and present. I’m quite amazed at her photographic range. This is a very successful editorial and one of the best they’ve done in a long time. Less is more!” stated GivenchyHomme.