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Jill Kortleve Falls Victim to Some Questionable Styling on Vogue Spain’s February 2021 Cover

“Catalog at best.”
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Vogue Spain has been at the top of our must-read list for many months. It’s all thanks to the mag’s impeccable choice of cover subjects, like Esther Cañadas, Indya Moore and Amber Valletta. So our forum members were incredibly sad to learn of Eugenia de la Torriente’s abrupt departure from the Spanish fashion bible back in December. (But at least she rounded out her tenure with a flawless Penélope Cruz offering.) Jill Kortleve is the mag’s latest cover star posing for the title’s February 2021 issue. Photographed by Giampaolo Sgura, the Dutch beauty wears a look from Miu Miu’s Resort 2021 collection for the black-and-white cover shot highlighted by a yellow Vogue masthead.

Vogue España February 2021 : Jill Kortleve by Giampaolo Sgura

IMAGE: VOGUE.ES

It looks like Vogue Spain’s streak is over. “Eugenia hasn’t even exited the building and the covers are already trite. Awful, every single thing about it,” said Benn98.

“Catalog at best,” MON pointed out.

“Test shot at most. This is ridiculous! What the hell is Vogue doing with covers where there is NO fierce pose, the model does NOT look at the camera and the fashion is nonexistent…” ranted Bertrando3.

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Forum member helmutnotdead isn’t buying it: “It’s 2021 and honestly I don’t get why people are booking this gorgeous girl because she’s plus-size and they’re always hiding her body. It’s ridiculous.”

Armani couldn’t agree more. “WHAT is this? What in the world is she wearing in the first place? She evidently didn’t know a photo was about to be taken here so why this as the cover image? As always her body is, indeed, hidden from view.”

“Well the only thing that’s missing are the socks. Disgusting cover,” declared Srdjan.

“Looks like she just finished a StairMaster workout and was inspired by Mariah Carey and Beyoncé with the heels,” voiced Summer Day.

Check out Jill’s accompanying cover story and share your thoughts here.

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