Fashion glossies are getting creative now that social distancing is the new norm and conventional photoshoots are no longer feasible. Ever since its inaugural issue back in 2017, Vogue Arabia has been breaking boundaries, like making Halima Aden the first hijab-wearing Vogue cover star or making bold political statements. For May 2020, the title asked Imaan Hammam, Constance Jablonski, Nora Attal and Eva Herzigova to photograph themselves during quarantine. The models actually put a lot of established photographers to shame with their images for the magazine’s latest installment.

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Members of our forums were pleasantly surprised. “This is how you do a stay-at-home photoshoot! It looks professional and beautiful, it’s not another lazy, boring selfie in pajamas. Excellent work. Other magazines should take notice…” applauded aracic.

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