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Claudia Schiffer Wears Classic Chanel on Vogue Russia’s January 2020 Cowl


Our discussion board members are all for the return of 90s supermodels to the covers of our favourite vogue glossies and over current months Naomi Campbell and Christy Turlington have been reminding us of the nice previous days. Now, following an look on Vogue Italia’s August 2019 problem, Claudia Schiffer is Vogue Russia’s January 2020 cowl star. A longtime favourite of Karl Lagerfeld, Claudia pays refined tribute to the legendary designer within the Cuneyt Akeroglu-shot cowl photograph carrying a purple leather-based jacket from Chanel’s Fall 1992 assortment (which she modeled on the runway).


However one thing was off with the duvet, a minimum of in keeping with our discussion board members. “Why did they use this image for the duvet?” mikel requested the second the duvet dropped.

“There’s completely nothing improper with Claudia’s face so unsure why Vogue Russia selected this picture. I really just like the precise picture, however not as a canopy,” declared Benn98.

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“Oh Claudia…first Vogue Italia, now this? They’re actually doing her soiled with all these nasty covers. A stunning picture, however definitely not for a canopy,” echoed aracic.

KissMiss shared the identical sentiment: “Barely bizarre picture for the duvet, however I just like the picture.”

“It’s an actual disgrace Claudia’s face is barely seen on this as a result of I might’ve been prepared to shout from the rooftops about it. What an odd angle for a canopy, fully ruins it for me and I detest how the ‘O’ is lacking fully from the Vogue masthead,” critiqued vogue28.

“That is what you get if you’re already carried out with the shoot and on the similar time are contractually sure to advertise ‘Vogue Values‘. Slap on the tagline even with none correlation to the duvet,” famous MON.

Try some previews of Claudia’s cowl shoot and see which photograph ought to’ve been the duvet right here.