Following the news that the magazine is making the move to digital in early 2015 thanks to its partnership with BeachMint, Lucky‘s print magazine is still chugging along. The magazine has tapped all-American Karlie Kloss for its October 2014 cover wearing a triple-denim look that was photographed by Paola Kudacki. The statuesque beauty currently fronts the October issues of both Vogue Netherlands and Vogue Russia.
Members of our forums are left with mixed opinions. “Nice to see Karlie on the cover, she looks very pretty. It might be a tad too much denim for my liking, instead of being a classic Americana look it may be verging into badly done Canadian tuxedo territory. But I am quite happy to see Sofia Coppola‘s name on the cover, always love reading anything about her,” wrote YoninahAliza.
“A nice upgrade from last month,” commented jal718, clearly a fan of the magazine’s new cover.
Handbag Queen agreed, “Definitely! Finally, a U.S. mag gives Karlie her own cover!!”
“Don’t forget about her Teen Vogue cover,” replied blueorchid, referring to Karlie’s Teen Vogue cover from May 2010. She later went on to post: “All that denim… just… no.”
MON shared her sentiments and didn’t appreciate Karen Kaiser‘s styling of the cover image: “Beautiful cover but… that styling. Too. Much. Denim.”
“Really too much denim, the shirt should be white,” suggested GlamorousBoy.
Are you a fan of all that denim? Check out the thread to see the accompanying cover story and share your own opinion here.