As editor-in-chief of Vogue Poland, Ina Lekiewicz typically opts to get behind the lens to seize the Polish style bible’s entrance covers herself. To recall only a few events, the journal’s December 2021, March 2022 and January/February 2023 covers have every been photographed by the multi-talented particular person prior to now. It’s a repeat efficiency with Vogue Poland’s first providing of 2024, with Lekiewicz photographing mannequin Julia Banas for a duo of January/February covers. Captured underneath the clear blue skies on location within the Mojave Desert, the Polish mannequin wears a purple Richard Quinn creation in cowl one (under), whereas stylist Ashlee Barrett-Bourmier chosen items from Isabel Marant and Puppets and Puppets for Julia to mannequin in cowl quantity two (after the bounce).
Learn under the response’s of theFashionSpot’s discussion board members:
“Usual, usual. First cowl is the one first rate one. Vogue Poland is so boring, inoffensive, bland. Each cowl seems to be like a primary pictures scholar’s challenge. I’ll by no means perceive how Ina bought this job. She has nothing to say as a photographer, not to mention editor,” voiced a disgruntled avonlea002.
Additionally not bought was vogue28: “Not satisfied by any of this. I’m not expectant of an important deal from Vogue Poland (by no means and by no means will, at this price) however regardless of the purple, the covers simply really feel so… chilly. Bland pictures, bland styling and a bland mannequin.”
“I like the primary, extra zoomed out cowl alternative. Nevertheless, the mannequin doesn’t attraction to me,” discussion board member MModa chimed in.
“One more Vogue cowl the place somebody… simply stands there. Doesn’t matter whether or not it’s inside a studio or outside at a location, the Vogue strategy to style has turn out to be so lifeless and static. No actual sense of power or narrative,” voiced tigerrouge.
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