There was no denying that Vogue Spain took home the trophy for best magazine last month, serving up an entire issue themed around models of color and gifting us Aya Jones as its cover girl, which ultimately received rave reviews on our forums. Now moving swiftly on to the release of its next installment, Spanish Vogue appears to be going from strength to strength. Making a welcome return to the cover for a fifth time, Malgosia Bela is tapped by the magazine for April 2016, captured by photographer Miguel Reveriego. Styled by Belen Antolin, the Polish beauty wears a black ruffled Roberto Cavalli dress and gives us major cowgirl envy.
Members of our forums were lapping the cover up. “It seems they have new batteries,” applauded eneroenero immediately.
“Altogether likely, and I’m not complaining! They were in desperate need of this rejuvenation. This is a great shot, and kudos to Miguel for highlighting the detail on that dress. And Malgosia can do very little wrong in my eyes,” replied Benn98 in admiration.
Also noticing the evident change was Miss Dalloway: “Whoa, stunning! LOVING this new unpredictable direction they are taking with their covers, it’s paying off. I am buying all their issues!”
Tony Fersen agreed, chiming in, “Vogue Spain is doing so well, again!”
“I like it. Second month in a row. Keep it up, Vogue Spain!” congratulated Velasco.
“Amazing cover, great styling with the black dress and hat, clean and sharp,” raved an equally amazed Nymphaea.
In the same frame of mind was mikel, echoing, “Wow! Love it. Malgosia looks stunning as always.”
Are you a fan of Spanish Vogue‘s newfound glory? Check out Malgosia’s cover story and add your own two cents here.