The vast majority of our favorite fashion glossies are either doubling up on issues (a la Marie Claire), resurrecting archival photographs (think American Vogue) or commissioning artists to illustrate their front covers (like Vogue Spain) during the global pandemic. But Vogue Russia decided to do its own thing. Since the mag isn’t able to produce conventional photoshoots due to social distancing, there are zero signs of models like Hiandra Martinez or Natasha Poly posing before the lens of a famous photographer. Instead, it asked Sasha Pivovarova and Sofia Steinberg to each submit a self-portrait resulting in two unique and intriguing covers.


The covers immediately caught the attention of our forum members. “I’ve always been a fan of Sasha’s art so I’m actually intrigued by this cover,” said aracic.

“This is much more fashion-forward than that hideous…

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