You already know that Emmanuelle Alt adores a superb retro cowl, having already demonstrated her love for many years passed by umpteen occasions through covers of Vogue Paris. 4 covers showcased Alt’s 80s obsession in 2019 and final month’s providing starring Jill Kortleve gave us Andy Warhol vibes. French Vogue‘s March 2020 installment takes us again to the 80s in stylish and easy style. Rebecca Leigh Longendyke and Vittoria Ceretti pose in the identical Versace look earlier than the lens of Mikael Jansson for a pair of covers.
The covers hit all the best notes for our discussion board members. “Sorry to all these haters, however Emmanuelle is the one one who delivers. These covers are nice. Nothing tremendous highly effective, but it surely’s the simplicity that makes them fascinating,” applauded helmutnotdead.
“Clear structure, nice fashions, toned our bodies, a recognizable Versace gown. It’s not excellent, but it surely’s fairly good to this point,” confessed dodencebt.
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“Wow, unexpectedly good, easy but sturdy and even uncommon,” shared dontbeadrag.
In settlement over how nice the covers turned out was aracic: “It has a nostalgic Vogue Paris vibe to it, I find it irresistible! The women look nice and this multi-cover factor with the identical styling jogs my memory of the enduring Kate/Lara/Daria covers I like. It’s easy, however typically that’s all we’d like.”
“I really prefer it. The in-your-face font, the easy styling…” added MON.
WeberFanatic couldn’t cease raving, both. “It’s easy, it’s stylish and one thing that simply proves Alt nonetheless has it.”
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