Awkwafina is hardly recognizable on the quilt of Vogue Australia from December 2020

Vogue Australia wasn’t exactly our favorite magazine this year. The Australian fashion bible started strong with a great offering from Adut Akech but dropped the ball entirely with the covers of Zendaya, Dua Lipa and Cate Blanchett in the months that followed. Even the September cover of the magazine by indigenous artist Betty Muffler was missing. At the end of the chapter in 2020, Awkwafina appears in the December issue of Australian Vogue with Miu Miu, chosen by Philippa Moroney for the Charles Dennington cover.

PICTURE: VOGUE.COM.AU

But the cover didn’t impress our forum members. “Oh god, this is so bad, but it could have been great if they’d even tried!” declared Miss Dalloway.

“Would never have recognized her if her name hadn’t been on the cover. What’s the point of booking celebs when you want them to look so different? What a shame, ”said KINGofVERSAILLES.

“I hardly recognize her. The styling is very youthful, ”said Mikel.

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Benn98 certainly agreed, “Looks too childish for a magazine about mature, grown women. This cover would have been better suited for Miss Vogue who was killed. Plus, the styling and pose are terrible. One of their worst covers in a while. “

“She looks so uncomfortable. I would be too if I were styled like that, ”said Ken Doll Jenner.

“I’m always happy to see more variety on the covers, but did you have to make it look so awful?” asked Nomar.

Meanwhile, Caioherrero described the cover as simply “garbage”.

Check out Awkwafina’s cover feature and share your thoughts here.

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