The Turkish edition of Vogue could easily be the most hated magazine on our forums right now. As of late, Vogue Turkey has rapidly descended into vapidness, with only the odd hit in between all those disastrous misses. Unfortunately, this month’s cover featuring Lily Aldridge is one of those failures and our forum members aren’t afraid to single it out. Photographed by David Bellemere, the Victoria’s Secret regular poses outdoors wearing a creation by Dolce & Gabbana.
The magazine’s efforts weren’t enough to satisfy our needs. “Oh for heaven’s sake, they added a new font. This cover makes me want to sleep. Her eyes don’t do it for me. She looks like she’s about to fall asleep any second now. Vogue Turkey, like Vogue Japan, Spain and Germany, needs to find a new creative vision ASAP. The magazine industry has become stale and these editions are flat-lining,” MON declared.
“My God, she’s so boring! And I agree with you MON, those Vogue editions need to get their act together. Fashion’s gotten so boring, they need to change it up a bit,” KateTheGreatest yearned.
Feeling the same way was Miss Dalloway: “What happened to this edition?!!! It used to have fantastic covers, and editorials, then it suddenly started with such dated, and unattractive art direction!”
Benn98 wasn’t a fan, either, writing, “This looks very dark. The dress, setting, her angst expression. I feel like this girl’s hair is always styled with a middle parting. She’s already not the strongest model, and they put her in this setting. I don’t like the new redesign.”
“Wait, this is for a July cover?” questioned Cosmic Voices in disbelief.
Vent your feelings and await the editorial content inside our thread here.