Vogue Spain jumped on the multi-cover bandwagon by creating three covers for us to choose from at newsstands. The magazine bagged a DNA Model Management package, scoring Edita Vilkeviciute, Kati Nescher and Alessandra Ambrosio for its November issue. The three models were captured wearing sporty frocks from Christian Dior, while sitting on the studio floor looking effortlessly cool as each gazed into Alexi Lubomirski’s lens.
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Members of our forums weigh in on which cover is their favorite. “All great covers but Edita’s is the real standout here. Love the colors against the grey background, too,” proclaimed a satisfied justaguy.
“Yeah, Edita’s cover is definitely the best one. That’s one of her best shots ever. Kati’s cover is second best. Alessandra’s is last. Though to be honest, they all look pretty great. That’s a very, very strong cover from VSpain. Best of the year (unless I’m forgetting something),” replied MyNameIs.
“They all look effortlessly beautiful but it’s true that Edita wins for me. Love the pose and the yellow-white colors of her dress against the grey background. I’m happy she got a cover,” agreed Valentine27.
Edita’s cover certainly stole the majority vote, but the others weren’t forgotten. “Alessandra was SO overdue for a Vogue Spain cover it’s not even funny. So happy to see her here and I think all the covers are pretty beautiful, can’t wait to see the accompanying editorial!” noted marsnoop2.
Kati’s offering got a couple mentions, too. Miss Dalloway sung her praises: “Gorgeous, I like them all, despite the ugly dresses, but I’m here for Kati! So nice to see her back on the cover of Vogue!”
CommanderTMugler gave props to Belen Antolin, who styled the shoot: “They made those horrible Dior dresses look decent, can’t wait for the editorials.”
Which cover do you prefer? See inside the thread for all three in HQ and share your own opinion here.