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Naomi, Claudia and Eva Reunite on Vogue Turkey’s November Cover (Forum Buzz)

We cannot hide from the fact that multi-girl covers are all the rage this fall and now Vogue Turkey jumps on the bandwagon — but with a fantastic outcome. The magazine tapped Naomi Campbell, Claudia Schiffer and Eva Herzigova to sit for its November cover shoot. Photographed by Cuneyt Akeroglu, the supers pose against a classic gray studio backdrop wearing conservative black turtleneck sweaters and letting their flawless faces do the talking. 

Vogue Turkey November 2014 Noami, Claudia & Eva


It’s only natural for these recognizable faces to set some hearts racing. “They are all serving supermodel face! Such a classic looking cover,” enthuses a satisfied ash92.

“Love the cover shot. All of them look strong and beautiful. I absolutely love this group model cover trend!” Nepenthes raves inside the thread.

Also to show enthusiasm is Nymphaea: “Wonderful covers, Naomi looks gorgeous. The group shot we’ve seen before, but is still nice.”

Although after the excitement died down, members of our forum began to voice their faults regarding the cover. “Those hashtags [on the cover] are awful. The layout is awful, very amateur!” disapproves MON, who clearly isn’t a fan of Turkish Vogue‘s latest offering.

“What happened to Vogue Turkey’s art direction? It use to be so strong! While I think this is a great cover, it reminds me of a glorified L’Oréal Paris ad, no?” questions AL92.

Benn98 is also left underwhelmed: “So this is the new layout! Horrendous, but I guess we’ll have to live with it. I like the cover shot, very classic. Just wished they could’ve sleeked Eva’s and Naomi’s hair more.”

“Photographers need to find a new way to shoot the supers together because every time we get a ‘super’ cover, I feel like it’s always the same damn thing,” rants Thefrenchy.

Vogue Turkey has given us four covers to choose from this month. One cover with all three models and then Naomi, Claudia and Eva each appear separately on the remaining covers. Check them all out alongside previews of the editorial inside the thread here.