deVogue has made sure it remains in news this autumn-fall and how!
While the Indian issue chose the put “the struggling star kid” Suhana Khan on its September cover, Vogue USA upped the game with Beyoncé and Vogue UK chose to go ahead with Rihanna. And then we say why India’s fashion game isn’t strong. Somebody call up Kangana Ranaut for the answer please!
Rihanna Rules. @badgalriri covers the September issue of @britishvogue, styled by @edward_enninful and shot by @nick_knight, on newsstands Friday August 3. @badgalriri wears a @prada dress and gloves and @savagexfenty lace body. Hair by @yusefhairnyc, make-up by @isamayaffrench using @fentybeauty, floral artistry by @azumamakoto, nails by @jennynails and set design by @tomotattle
Anyhow, that story can be left for new articles all together and coming back to why we gathered here today.
With Vogue UK, Riri became the first black woman in history of the British fashion mag to make it to the cover. On the other hand, Beyoncé’s cover was shot by American Vogue’s first-ever black photographer, thus creating a milestone. (No, do not ask me the significance of Vogue India’s cover. It’s nada, anyway.)
Despite of both the covers being replete with achievements in their own way, it left fans of Riri and Queen Bey with a bitter taste in their mouths. The two camps ended up fighting over which cover was better given for the fact that both the dark-skinned divas chose the same pose and adorned themselves with the same kind of flower crowns.
Instagram’s famously infamous account ‘Diet Prada’ chose to end the feud by coming up with their own recommendation for the September cover. They paid tribute to both the stars by merging their faces and creating an all-new model for the two camps to unianimously look up to. All hail, DP!
The new model has Rihanna’s nose and luscious pout, as well as Beyoncé’s eyebrows and powerful smize. And we must say, it’s worth the silly efforts by Diet Prada for the new model or ‘Rihyoncé’ looks gorgeous!
The Instagrammer captioned it as “Best September ever” and we second it. In fact, it royally beats the Trump and Putin mega alter ego done by the TIME magazine!
As for Vogue India, all I can sing is ‘Wake me up when September end’.
Information source: designtaxi