After a blockbuster set of covers for its anniversary issue, Vogue Mexico continues to bring its A-game by producing a fabulous cover with Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, lensed by James Macari. The British babe’s hair was styled in soft Hollywood waves and she donned a show-stopping pantsuit from Versace’s Fall 2014 collection. As usual, the cover will also be used for the Latin American edition of Vogue.
Most members of our forums are in favor of the cover. GlamVal expressed his excitement by writing, “I love this cover, [it] is so perfect, the only thing that annoys me is the necklace, [it] is awful. I think this is the best cover of the year. So happy the cover is not saturated with text.”
“How gorgeous, if you’re going for vamp, this is how to do it! All covers look good,” raved Miss Dalloway, noting the fold-out cover shots are on par with the main cover image.
But our forum members soon started to notice the amount of post-production. “She looks gorgeous, overly Photoshopped but still gorgeous,” commented KateTheGreatest.
Also sharing the same sentiments was justaguy, who wrote, “Rosie always looks over Photoshopped, but these are really nice covers.”
“Meh, too much Photoshop on her beautiful face, I wish she looked a little fresher/softer than this,” agreed marsnoop2.
“Indeed!” replied fluxxx, who went on to post, “She looks like [she] had too much Botox on her face on the cover.”
See inside the thread for the other cover images and check out a preview of Rosie’s cover story here. Don’t forget to add your own two cents!