We applauded Vogue Spain for giving Josephine Skriver her first-ever Vogue cover last month and now the title has awarded Emily Ratajkowski her third Vogue cover appearance. Emily was photographed by Miguel Reveriego for the February 2017 issue wearing a dreamy white Christian Dior dress in the middle of the desert.
At first, our forum members were pleased with the cover. “Not bad at all, I like it,” TeeVanity confessed.
“WOW, Gorgeous cover,” raved a more than satisfied DutchHomme.
“I was biased that it was going to look tacky but I have to admit that this cover is stunning!” approved kewkaw.
Katya also professed her love: “So feminine, I love it.”
“Love the dress and landscape, but the pose and from her shoulders upwards looks off,” pointed out Benn98.
He wasn’t the only one to point out flaws. Forum member Marc10 shared, “I really have no patience for this chick.”
KissMiss wasn’t exactly thrilled at the sight of Emily either. “Nice concept but a terrible model choice! Seriously move on, this girl isn’t a model,” he ranted.
“Not bad at all. Would’ve been good with someone else,” stated Wintergreen.
“I like the color of the sky, and that’s about as polite as I can be about that cover shot. And there’s going to be more shots of her inside. Talking about her tits and feminism, and maybe her acting career,” penned tigerrouge.
Are you pleased to see Emily or wish it was someone else? Await more from the issue and join the conversation here.