The forums are on fire today and we're about to take a look at German Vogue's most recent cover. For its May 2014 issue, a sultry Malgosia Bela is photographed by Giampaolo Sgura as she wears a Bottega Veneta dress which was styled by Vogue Germany's editor-in-chief Christiane Arp. This is just perfection, right? First a cover and spread with Claudia Schiffer for the April edition and now Malgosia Bela — I am loving this!
I'm not the only one who's in awe over this. Members of theFashionSpot have also sang their praises with Flashbang kicking off the discussion: "Oh this is divine, best VG cover so far."
"The colors are perfect and I'm always ready for a Malgosia editorial. Beautiful!" wrote Moofins.
Miss Dalloway commented, "Always happy to see Bela score another Vogue cover, and I love this, in fact, I think the added G wasn't even necessary!"
"Amazing. But the trick with the letter G was unnecessary. And that's so 5 years ago (i think)," agreed MON.
"Sensational! There hasn't been a German Vogue cover this alluring in a long time," writes AL92, who goes on to mention, "My only irk is the slanted Lust Auf…"
I knew in the back of my mind that I shouldn't have canceled my German Vogue subscription at my local store. Its issues are becoming stronger and stronger, and judging from this cover shot, Bela's accompanying story is set to be a winner (here's to actually hoping there is a story with Bela by Giampaolo Sgura inside).
Why not voice your own opinion in the thread? Check it out here.