Ever since the start of 2015, we’ve noticed a decline in Vogue Spain‘s creativity. Forum members began to rant about just how mediocre and tiresome the magazine had become, but after the release of its June 2015 issue, we’re beginning to see signs of improvement. Cameron Russell makes a splash on Spanish Vogue‘s latest, captured by Miguel Reveriego with Belen Antolin on styling duties.
Forum members began to voice their opinions as soon as the cover broke. “It’s so good to finally see a Vogue Espana cover that’s true to their form! Zero gimmick, just the model, the fashion and the beauty! This is the kind of cover from them that I loved and it’s so good to see it back. Fantastic!” applauded MON.
“Much better than the previous covers,” contributed eneroenero.
Echoing the same sentiments was gossiping: “Woooow! So many good covers lately. This is amazing.”
“I love everything about this cover. But I do not like her face, she is a beautiful girl and Miguel is a great photographer but I think this is not the best shot of Cameron,” shared GlamVal, feeling a little disappointed.
Benn98 felt underwhelmed, too. “This looks really dated. I love Cameron and it’s a good cover for Vogue Spain, but it looks like something lifted from their 2000’s vault. What bothers me most is that the art direction doesn’t match what they’ve done so far,” he shared.
Also not a fan of the design was blueorchid: “Looks like Vogue Portugal…”
“I’m surprised! Cameron is always beautiful on Vogue covers, almost always flawless. What went wrong?” asked fashionlover2001.
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