She’s already gracing five unique covers for Vogue Germany’s March 2015 issue and now Numéro has handed Anna Ewers its March cover. Photographed by Karl Lagerfeld, the new model on the block wears a vibrant creation from the designer’s Spring 2015 Haute Couture collection for Chanel, showcased in Paris only three weeks ago. We suggest you fasten your seat belt for this Ewers roller coaster.
What do our forum members think? “Uhm no thanks. She looks like those girls who are pissed for what their mom made them wear. Nothing about this is worth liking,” MON commented within moments of the cover surfacing.
“Perfect description, she looks way too harsh. Then again, that Chanel dress is all kinds of awful,” Melancholybaby replied in agreement.
Soon after, things started to look up. “Wow! she is having a great season! That buzz after the Wang campaign, she is supported by Vogue Paris, Vogue Germany and now, Karl and Babeth Djian,” appreciated Lola701.
“The only thing I wanna say is that this girl is on fire, she doesn’t intend to stop,” noted Avogadro.
Also full of enthusiasm was lelaid who expressed, “She’s such a star and I’m so glad Karl’s taken a liking to her, especially considering his questionable taste in his models of choice lately…”
“In the end, a beautiful cover by Lagerfeld. Her face is everything,” admired narcyza, sharing the same sentiments.
Do you agree? Await the contents of Numéro‘s March issue and join the discussion for yourself here.