Like multiple other editions of Vogue, Vogue Japan is under new management with Tiffany Godoy at the helm. Asian representation appears to be at the top of the agenda as Mika Schneider, HoYeon Jung and Yumi Nu have starred on recent issues of the Japanese fashion bible. Now Maryel Uchida is featured on the June 2022 issue through the lens of photographer Hanna Moon. The firm favorite of Maria Grazia Chiuri is decked out in a look from Giorgio Armani’s Spring 2022 collection courtesy of Vanessa Reid for the cover image, which marks the Japanese-Brazilian beauty’s debut Vogue cover appearance.
“I love how every issue focusing on youth ends up looking dull and boring,” quipped MON.
“When’s ‘The Era of Old People’ going to dawn? It would be almost as groundbreaking as these magazines think they’re being with their endless youth issues. Yawn,” A.D.C. chimed in.
“This is Teen Vogue quality. So bad,” declared balmain1914.
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“Nothing groundbreaking here. Who is she? I miss big name models on covers,” admitted WAVES.
“I miss Anna Dello Russo,” confessed marsnoop2.
“A crying shame to witness another edition of Vogue fall so hard in such a short space of time. The cover does zilch for me I’m afraid and I sit here unable to appreciate a single element — hate that orb/ball of light and the total lack of presence from Maryel Uchida!” exclaimed vogue28.
“It’s nice, but it could’ve been better,” said FashionMuseDior.
“Well, we’ve seen worse,” GivenchyHomme pointed out.
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