Francesca Ragazzi continues to make her mark on Vogue Italia. She began her tenure by picking Italian blogger Chiara Ferragni for October, won us over with Lady Gaga for November, and gave us a shot of diversity to end the year 2021 Now the front page of the Italian fashion bible goes to Veronica Yoko Plebani. The remarkable Italian athlete, who won a bronze medal at the 2020 Paralympic Games, wears a floral look from Marni's Spring 2022 collection, chosen by stylist Vanessa Reid for the image taken by Cho Gi-Seok.
Unfortunately, the result was not the right one for most of our forum members. "What on earth is that cover? Honestly, if I get that for 2022, I'd rather see print magazines die and only exist in digital form," explained Red. ?” asked Kimy Jo.
"It's all a bit disappointing," added annikad.
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Scotty wasn't thrilled either. "Impressive. A new Vogue Italia cover and it goes completely under the radar."
"Smiling, pathetic, mediocre etc. Can't really add much to what has already been said, what a disaster ," repeated WinstonH20.
"Last month's covers of Rafael Pavarotti fell short for me too, but this is vaaaaay, way too short The most remote thing I can tolerate is the font, but that's an extreme push," criticized vogue28.
But not everyone didn't like the cover. "I'm glad Vogue Italia going back to the old formula with a single title. Just simplicity," emphasized ivano.
"I think that's really beautiful…" admired Urban Stylin.
See more of Vogue Italy's January 2022 issue and share your ged Anken here.
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