Lily Aldridge seems to be doing just fine for herself in the modeling industry right now. She was just announced as one of the faces of Stuart Weitzman, took to the pages of Vogue Paris back in September and has just scored the front cover of Vogue Spain. We haven’t been afraid to call out the Spanish title in the past and it seems as though our forums will continue to do so in 2016. Getting off to an uncertain start, Lily was shot wearing Carolina Herrera by photographer Ezra Petronio as she leans back on a flashy sports car, giving us escort chic.
Members of our forums were not afraid to let loose. “The photography is awful. Why is Vogue Spain so obsessed with cars and the high-class escort look?” asked a disapproving kokobombon.
“It looks dated, boring and more fitting for a supplement cover. Where’s the power a Vogue cover should exude?” replied an underwhelmed MON.
Also disappointed with the outcome was lelaid, declaring, “It might have worked with someone whose primary expression isn’t ‘deer in the headlights.'”
Forum member marsnoop2 certainly wasn’t having any of it: “MAKE HER GO AWAY! I want to start a petition to have Lily stop modeling. Oh the power of IMG.”
Later on, something else started to bother us. “OMG Photoshop disaster! Why is one arm abnormally teeny tiny short?” pointed out gazebo.
Benn98 agreed, responding, “Wow, just saw that now! PS aside, this cover has zero presence, looks more fitting for a men’s mag. Not sure how Lily keeps on booking these covers, she’s not nearly commanding enough.”
“Lily looks always the same to me. She’s so boring and this cover is so lifeless. Next, please,” demanded an uninterested narcyza.
Ouch! Do you disagree? Share your own sentiments here.