We half-expected to see Stephanie Seymour starring in Versace’s Fall 2019 advertising campaign after her spectacular runway comeback during Milan Fashion Week. But it’s Vogue Italia supplying our Seymour fix by gifting us not one but two August 2019 covers featuring the ultimate 90s bombshell. We were also treated to a pair of Claudia Schiffer covers. Both beauties stripped down to the bare minimum wearing a selection of pieces from Saint Laurent’s Fall 2019 collection (picked by Vanessa Reid) for the Collier Schorr-shot covers.
But the covers didn’t win over our forum members. “It is too painful to see what has happened to this magazine,” said dodencebt.
“Wow, they are going deeper and deeper down the drain,” pointed out an unimpressed Nymphaea.
“Was excited to see Stephanie Seymour get a Vogue cover, out of all the Supers, she really is used the least. And while I think she works for this concept, this is not a cover-worthy shot! It’s crazy how Vogue Italia has lost its luster,” complained Miss Dalloway.
“I sometimes forget this magazine still exists and these covers are exactly the reason why,” voiced anlabe32.
“What really surprises me is how a (maybe former) great fashion magazine managed to produce not only one but four horrible covers,” stated blusheels.
“Horrible cast and horrible photos! They need to stop with 90s models and Collier Schorr, one of the worst photographers in the history of the world,” declared Perickles.
Scotty felt exactly the same way: “They’re all terrible. Collier Schorr is just not a good photographer.”
“There’s something obnoxious about Vogue Italia under [Emanuele] Farneti, from the photography, layout, creative direction, the choice of photographers, the accompanying fonts…and I don’t know what is gonna make me like Vogue Italia again,” testified Ed..