As a handful of November issues trickle into our forums, the last of the October covers continue to surface. Vogue Brazil is the latest offering to be discussed with Caroline Trentini posing on the front cover for Arthur Elgort, who captured the blond beauty against a white background wearing a Christian Dior dress designed by Raf Simons. Styled by Yasmine Sterea, Caroline gazes down the lens with one hand on her hip and the other behind her back.
Members of our forums share mixed opinions. “From the neck up she looks stunning but the styling and layout are awful. The pose is horrible as well, the missing right hand gives a gory vibe,” shared kokobombon, kicking off the thread on a less than positive note.
“Not the best cover but I’m really taken by her beauty here, that’s about it. The outfit is hideous, and the text placement all wrong. Nice to see Trentini again,” posted Benn98.
Also uncertain about Vogue Brazil’s latest offering was marsnoop2, who wrote, “I don’t like the dress, but she looks very beautiful and quite fresh. The biggest thing that bothers me is the amputated hand, why do magazine editors love amputating limbs?”
GIVENCHYlover made his feelings toward the Dior dress clear: “I don’t like the dress!”
“I don’t like the dress either but it’s not a bad cover,” replied TeeVanity.
While narcyza admired the cover, she shared everyone’s sentiments about the dress: “I like it. Cover with Caroline, it’s simple and chic. I don’t [like] the Dior dress too but the pose, fresh makeup and pretty color palette are quite nice. By the way I’m glad to see Caroline, it was a long time from her previous main cover.”