Grace Elizabeth is a master of the Vogue cover and here’s proof: this year alone, she went effortlessly glam on Vogue Brazil, delivered the goods for Vogue Korea, went minimal on Vogue Russia and channeled her inner supermodel covering Vogue Paris. Mega makeup brand Estée Lauder seemingly agrees, having signed the American beauty as a brand ambassador back in May while she served as the face of luxury fashion brands Chanel, Versace and Tod’s. Now, we’re not at all surprised to see Grace pop up on the November 2018 cover of Vogue Turkey. Photographed by An Le and styled by Konca Aykan, Grace serves good face in an extreme close-up, wearing a black Valentino number and a bold red lip.
According to our forum members, the cover wasn’t Grace’s best addition to her ever-growing portfolio. “It looks like someone’s pulled back a shroud to reveal an unnaturally beautiful woman. Rise and shine, it’s time to come back to life,” commented tigerrouge.
“Definitely getting living corpse vibes from this as well. Her face is just so perfect for beauty shots. You don’t need gimmicks or whatnot with Grace,” Benn98 chimed in.
“This month in Glamour Morgue; Grace Elizabeth!” echoed Vitamine W.
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“It’s just too close. I feel uncomfortable looking at this. It’s dead and it’s voyeuristic. Grace deserved better,” EstefaniaAbaddon said.
But not everyone felt so uncomfortable looking at the cover. “I mean… with the face that launched a thousand ships… OF COURSE you gonna go with a closeup! BEAUTIFUL!” applauded Miss Dalloway.
Guimon couldn’t have agreed more: “Stunning. She can do no wrong in my eyes.”
“Grace can do no wrong indeed, and she’s delivered such a gorgeous and commanding cover shot for Vogue Turkey here,” admired vogue28.
“Gorgeous! She delivers every single time. That is a real pro,” commended GivenchyHomme.
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