The last time Vogue Czechoslovakia caught our attention was with a Kylie Jenner cover. Now the publication is once again on our radar thanks to Irina Shayk. Irina is always a good idea, whether she’s storming runways for mega brands during fashion month, dialing up the drama in Moschino campaigns or scoring her first British Vogue cover. The Russian bombshell gives us a peek inside the garden of Donatella Versace’s extravagant Milan mansion for Czechoslovakian Vogue‘s November 2020 issue posing nude with only a couple of strategically-placed pieces from the Versace Home collection before the lens of the Morelli Brothers.
“Was expecting a disappointment due to the Morelli Brothers, but I must admit I’m pleasantly surprised. It’s a little cheap, sure. But Irina is simply striking! It’s very Versace Home,” admired aracic.
“Irina serving as always,” raved jorgepalomo.
“This is honestly one of my favorite covers she’s done. I find her massively overrated, but this works for me,” approved marsnoop2.
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“I am a fan of the cover, love the nod to those vintage Versace Home adverts by Richard Avedon, the luxurious feel and sense of glamour (despite Irina being nude). Killer heels would’ve elevated the image somewhat,” vogue28 pointed out.
“Irina’s pose is awkward, but the face and background are gorgeous,” confessed Serend1pity.
But Ghesquiere32 wasn’t sold: “She looks cheap. Very, very cheap.”
“Because we all walk around naked in our garden carrying plates to cover our hoo hah when a stranger tries to take our picture,” mocked GivenchyHomme.
“I don’t see how it’s exactly cheap, I think it’s done well, though it could have been zoomed in more. This might be the first Vogue Czechoslovakia I buy,” added SLFC.
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