Vogue Thailand is slowly getting more recognition with each passing issue. The publication kicked off 2016 with a Chrissy Teigen cover, managing to impress the majority of our opinionated forum members. But with its latest offering, the magazine takes one giant step backward with a very suspect and awkward cover for April 2016. The magazine captures mother-to-be Behati Prinsloo playfully posing at the beach before the lens of Russell James. But something — like her right arm — seems to be missing.
“Everything is too much and this colorful font. NO,” added a horrified narcyza.
In agreement over how awful Behati’s sixth Vogue cover turned out was gazebo: “It’s beneath fan-made level. It’s terrible.”
Although not everyone was so completely displeased with the results. “I like the cover but somehow it feels like it would look better as a Harper’s Bazaar cover,” suggested A.D.C.
Forum member jeffandtheworld shared the same sentiments, replying, “It is a great shot of Behati, but the styling is awful. This is too cheap for Vogue. I see it on ELLE.”
“Behati looks so good here, too bad the styling is a bit off. Although the use of colors makes this a very funny and welcoming cover,” justaguy reasoned.
“What I like about Vogue Thailand is how often they acknowledge the seasons. And their weird fascination with pin-up swimwear, LOL. This is an OK summer cover, and I don’t mind the multicoloured masthead…” confessed Benn98.
Are you a fan? The missing arm is just unforgivable, you have to admit. Await the cover story and share your opinion here.