She’s the current face of Balmain and has just released a highly-coveted book to commemorate her longevity in the fashion industry and now Naomi Campbell stars on a set of three unique covers for Vogue Brazil’s May 2016 issue. On cover one (pictured below), the fierce and fabulous Brit beauty strikes a dynamic pose complete with some overbearing styling, while on the remaining two black and white covers, looks far more demure and subtle (for Naomi Campbell, anyway). But are they all winners?
Our forum members couldn’t wait to pick the covers apart. “Urban Cleopatra? I can deal with that. A welcoming reprieve from the past few dull covers for this magazine. It’s a great concept, but why did they retouch her face so aggressively?” asked Benn98 at once.
“The Photoshop on the shot in Prada (below right)! I thought it was Oprah,” exclaimed a horrified russianelf.
“The font is so 1998.” pointed out an unforgiving anlabe32.
Echoing the same sentiments was MON: “These look so, so, so dated!”
Narcyza wasn’t much of an admirer either, exclaiming, “OMG.. what a mess!”
“Not bad, I like the black and white one,” reasoned ChimyeeRong.
“The second cover (bottom left) is my favorite,” chimed in TeeVanity.
Guimon was in the same frame of mind, agreeing, “The black and white cover with the yellow Vogue masthead is amazing!”
“The shot with the yellow logo is incredible!” raved marsnoop2.
Are you a fan of Naomi’s latest Vogue covers? Add your own two cents here.