We’re used to seeing Bella Hadid greet us down on the newsstand and already simply three months into 2020, we’ve encountered Bella on LOVE, Vogue Hong Kong and ELLE France. Now the present face of Moschino, Burberry and Helmut Lang (simply to call a couple of) makes a shocking return to Vogue Korea for April 2020 morphing into her doppelgänger Carla Bruni for the event. Captured within the studio earlier than a grey backdrop, Bella stands tall in a jumpsuit from Gucci’s Spring 2020 assortment chosen by Hyunji Nam for the black and white shot by Luigi & Iango.
Instantly, the quilt sparked debate on our boards. “Pretentious cowl,” declared MON the second the quilt dropped.
“Who allowed this mess?” requested anadmm.
“Bella by Luigi & Iango and we get this? Disgrace on Vogue Korea…” added russianelf.
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In the identical state of mind was TommysBaby: “Her nostril appears botched and her expression, as per standard, appears like she’s disgusted. This isn’t a canopy picture. I can not fathom this standing out on the newsstand. Very forgettable, certainly.”
GivenchyHomme wasn’t enthralled by the end result, both. “The lighting is so unhealthy. Simply have a look at the tip of her nostril! Then the remainder of her face is uninteresting and washed out. Even when she had her head down, it most likely wouldn’t work, both. When you’re going for Steven Meisel, pay extra thoughts to your lighting. It should make or break a shot.”
“Instantly gave me classic Vogue Italia vibes and I’m not complaining. Within the grand scheme of journal covers these days, that is in no way dreadful, however I do want Bella was trying straight down Luigi & Iango’s lens or the pose was a bit of stronger,” voiced vogue28.
“Love every part about this, very 90s Meisel for Vogue Italia and I at all times love a full-length Vogue cowl!” praised Miss Dalloway.
Try previews of Bella’s cowl story and be part of the dialog right here.