It’s absolutely crazy to think we haven’t rung in the new year yet and Vogue Japan is already dropping its February 2020 cover. After selecting dynamic duo Anok Yai and Grace Elizabeth for its January installment, the magazine welcomes back Irina Shayk for its latest shot on location in Iceland by photographer Giampaolo Sgura. Captured outdoors, the Russian beauty and now four-time Japanese Vogue cover star sports a look from Chanel’s Cruise 2020 collection picked by Patrick Mackie for the beautiful cover image.
Members of our forums were pleasantly surprised by Irina’s latest. “I like it! Mad about headscarf styling in general, blame it on the 60s. Plus, they’ve not gone the usual bombshell route with Irina and the backdrop looks stunning,” declared Benn98.
“Loving the romantic hues for February!” admired amby.
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In the same frame of mind was Hafyiez wafa: “Finally, no plain white background for Vogue Japan!”
“What! An actually decent Sgura cover? Feeling this new Vogue Japan!” admitted Miss Dalloway.
“I adore headscarf styling in fashion so I was instantly sold on this. The whole cover is a win, it’s truly beautiful,” praised aracic.
“A beautiful cover for a February issue! I love what Irina’s wearing and how the color of the masthead and text complements Giampaolo Sgura’s cover shot (which might be his best work in months, if not years),” wrote vogue28.
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