Anna Ewers is certainly no stranger to the cover of Vogue. The German beauty captivated us on the cover of Vogue Japan last month and can currently be seen on British Vogue‘s February issue alongside fellow models Imaan Hammam and Taylor Hill. A favorite of Emmanuelle Alt, Anna returns to the cover of French Vogue for a fourth time, wearing Loewe on the magazine’s February edition shot by photographer David Sims.
Unfortunately, the cover was met with mixed reviews by our critical forum members. “Stunning and powerful! There’s some excessive softening going on around her face which doesn’t match her body, but I love this shot. Glad to see Anna back at VP after a yearlong hiatus,” Benn98 pointed out the moment the cover dropped, about to stand alone in his liking toward the cover.
“I don’t like it. Anna is too weak of a model to be styled like this. She’s literally being swallowed by the clothes. Boring, next,” announced an unforgiving anlabe32.
“I feel like I’ve seen this a thousand times,” described Oxymore.
Miss Dalloway felt the same way, noting, “Anna’s worst cover for them. This does nothing for me! And can Alt, please, give Sims a rest this year!!”
Also not much of an admirer was Khabeer, writing, “Repetitive. Unoriginal. Boring. I like Anna, but this is a no.”
“Great for Anna but she looks washed out! Nude colors, blonde hair, almost no makeup, white backdrop,” voiced an underwhelmed zacatecas570.
“Why did they make her body/torso look so massive compared to her head? Really strange composition. Thumbs down from me,” MyNameIs disapproved.
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