It has become apparent over the past year that Emmanuelle Alt has taken a shining to Anna Ewers. The German beauty already has two Vogue Paris covers under her belt and with the release of the title’s latest, now adds another to her ever-growing portfolio. The model-of-the-moment has channeled Brigitte Bardot on numerous occasions and French Vogue carries on the theme, stylizing its August cover to resemble one from 1973 with the French icon. Photographed by Inez & Vinnodh and styled by Suzanne Koller, Anna delivers a fabulous close-up flashing a warm, inviting and energetic smile.
Forum members began to voice their opinion within seconds. “Oh I’m definitely intrigued! So glad to see Anna scoring VP covers!” shouted GERGIN immediately.
“I’m instantly in love with this, her smile is so infectious!! The need to work with I&V more often. This is such a charming shot,” an elated Benn98 added.
The cover certainly made an impact on Avogadro: “WOW, when I started to find her annoying this cover came out!! So gorgeous and definitely my favorite VP cover this year.”
Creative was in the mood for some Anna too, writing, “I wish Anna had a cover every month because I could never get tired of her. She’s just perfect.”
Also full of appreciation was MON. “Oh my god this is stunning!! That smile is so infectious and it’s a classic yet fun take on the season. I love it. It’s a simple head shot but the energy is there. This is why I love Inez & Vinoodh for VP,” he hailed.
“Summer at night! A dark, golden, beautiful cover. It feels like something under [Carine] Roitfeld or from the 70s. Good job on this one,” t-rex approved.
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