Summer may be coming to an end for most of us, but Vogue Spain turned up the heat with its October cover. The magazine tapped Emily DiDonato as its cover star, who was captured by Miguel Reveriego in New York, perched on the back of a black Lamborghini. Emily was styled by Belén Antolin showcasing a Gucci dress teamed with a Versace belt.
Members of our forums share mixed feelings toward the cover. “It’s an unusual Vogue cover but I kinda like it. Looks more like a Grazia but her smile is just gorgeous!” shared fluxxx.
“Yes, the smile is indeed beautiful, but it looks a bit juxtaposed with her pose, dress, and the car. One would expect something more fierce, no? Anyway, happy for Emily,” replied Benn98.
Miss Dalloway also couldn’t quite pinpoint what was wrong: “Yup the composition is off, but she is soo gorgeous, and it has a nice happy energy that I don’t mind. But imagine if this was done well, it would be wonderful. They always fall short….”
“I think this would’ve worked better if she was staring seductively into the camera considering she’s holding up her skirt,” suggested KateTheGreatest, who then went on to say, “But she’s gorgeous and has a lovely smile.”
Also left underwhelmed was Srdjan, “I don’t know. Looks a bit amateurish, the way they left the empty space above her head. I don’t like the facial expression, but I love the styling and the car. P.S. Lazy eye alert!”
“She’s always so lovely, but this cover looks like an advertorial for a car company,” commented tigerrouge, not feeling the presence of a flashy automobile.