She’s currently on the cover of Vogue Netherlands, and now Karlie Kloss has scored the October 2014 cover of Vogue Russia. Photographed by Patrick Demarchelier, Karlie posed for the front cover wearing a blue sweater from Chanel, showing off her long, toned legs while perched on a velvet chaise lounge and playing with her pre-blond locks.
Members of our forums share varied opinions regarding Karlie’s new cover. “Cute cover. Karlie really has incredible legs!” enthused Nepenthes.
“I love it! It’s very simple but the accent is on the model herself. Great cover from Russian Vogue this time,” replied a positive Srdjan.
Also on board with the cover is KateTheGreatest, who writes, “I like the cover but then again I am a sucker for long legs. I’m even more happy to be seeing so much of Karlie, there was a period when I didn’t like her work that much but I think she is now better than ever before. Looking forward to the editorial.”
There are a select few who aren’t so certain, though. “I like her pose and this blue background. Unfortunately her face is too much Photoshopped,” commented narcyza.
Karlie’s best asset is the only redeeming quality, according to tigerrouge: “A great set of legs and… that’s about it.”
“Nice pair of legs and that’s all,” posted Nymphaea, in agreement regarding Karlie’s endless legs being the best and main focus of the shot.
So, a boring or beautiful cover from Vogue Russia this time around? Share your own opinion inside the thread here.