We called it. Natasha Poly is back and everything but total domination of all Vogue editions in 2014 would be a surprise. After already covering the January issue of Vogue China, she is now also gracing the February cover of Vogue Japan.
“So the domination continues. Love it. Let's hope she will get a Vogue cover every month of this year. Next one: Vogue Paris March!” predicts mikel on the tFS forums. I would not be shocked if he ends up being right about all that. He also added, “Natasha looks stunning but the cover looks too crowded. The print of her dress combined with text is a bit too much.”
The cover, on which ‘Queen Poly’ is wearing Chanel, was again shot by Patrick Demarchelier.
Forum member Nepenthes enjoyed the cover image but not the cover layout. “Another cover so fast! The shot itself is great; Natasha looks beautiful and youthful. The text colors and placement are quite bad but oh well. Glad to see Natasha back full force!” he posted.
The same sentiments were shared by vogue28. He wrote, “It's not the most exciting of covers but I'm just so pleased to see Natasha. I think the multiple colours of the masthead and cover lines ruin the cover shot, to be honest. Those colours are very hard to work and often come across as unprofessional – as they do here. An all blue or red masthead would of worked a lot better.”
In the cover story, titled ‘A Special Kind Of Woman,’ Natasha shares the spotlight with Edie Campbell. See previews of the editorial below.