Maybe there’s no must even point out that French Vogue merely hasn’t been the identical since turning into Vogue France. Covers have been extraordinarily hit or miss, and this time three years in the past, Emmanuelle Alt was bestowing upon us beautiful covers with the likes of Anna Ewers. Quick ahead to current day and Eugénie Trochu is dropping us Chloë Sevigny because the journal’s February 2024 cowl star. The American actress and vogue darling poses for photographer Larissa Hoffman and is a imaginative and prescient in crimson. Styled by Jasmine Hassett, Chloë dons a costume from Burberry’s Spring 2024 assortment, some patent leather-based slingbacks from Saint Laurent and a pair of Calzedonia tights to complete off the tone-on-tone look.
Learn under the reactions of theFashionSpot’s discussion board members:
“Not a fan of the quilt photograph regardless of how a lot I like crimson, however I’m very blissful to see Chloë on it!” famous crmsn upon trying out the quilt.
“Love Chloë and the 70s vibe I’m getting from this,” authorized justaguy.
“A Vogue France cowl I really would wish to purchase. It feels extra assured than most of their latest covers,” admired discussion board member kikifoz.
Thiago chimed in: “The duvet works for me too!”
Everybody else, nonetheless, was left utterly disenchanted. “I actually surprise who the audience for Vogue France is now. I used to purchase Vogue Paris however I’d by no means purchase Vogue France. It’s stale and covers are now not placing!” voiced Lax89.
“A fully horrible photograph, of an actress I’ve by no means preferred (she annoys me), however even she deserves higher than this bloody monstrosity,” shared mepps.
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