Make no mistake, Vogue Greece has been in our good graces since its triumphant relaunch back in 2019. Covers with Bella Hadid, Sasha Pivovarova, Victoria Beckham, Candice Huffine and Jessica Chastain have captivated us, while Carla Bruni and Helena Christensen helped the magazine celebrate three years of print just last month. Following a 14-year hiatus from gracing the cover of Vogue solo, the Greek fashion bible welcomes actress Jennifer Connelly back for May 2022. Captured by Mark Seliger and styled by Michael Philouze, the longtime friend and muse of Nicolas Ghesquière fronts two covers showcasing looks from Louis Vuitton’s Spring 2022 collection.
One cover stood out. “The second cover is really good. The first one not that much,” critiqued matheus_s.
“The first cover is bland, but I like the second one,” echoed VogueGirl8910.
“I prefer the second cover since on the first one her expression is not great. The colors on the cover are rich, but it feels like an autumn or winter cover for me. Kudos for making those Louis Vuitton garments look good,” praised WAVES.
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“I do like the first cover, but the cropping is terrible… The second, yes, I like that, too,” noted Xone.
“Jennifer’s perfectly sculpted face makes sense for Vogue Greece. I like it!” approved FashionMuseDior.
“I see Jennifer Connelly and I approve. Love her,” raved MyNameIs.
But not everyone is buying it. “Both covers are terrible. Her leg looks awkward on the first one. The second one is equally awkward with her hand in her pocket. The clothes are dark, ugly and heavy,” commented mepps.
“In terms of Jennifer Connelly, for me, nothing will touch those covers of American Vogue, Vanity Fair and British Harper’s Bazaar from way back when. Those were glorious while Vogue Greece’s take on Jennifer here is somewhat…lackluster. Genuinely cannot call out a positive attribute of either cover!” exclaimed vogue28.
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