Priyanka Chopra US Vogue January 2019
The marriage of Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jones has been a significant matter of dialog this week — and Vogue is ensuring we’ll nonetheless be speaking about it come January. Earlier this week, the journal put the newlyweds on its first-ever digital cowl to mark the event (which finally bombed on our boards) and now we aren’t in any respect shocked to see Priyanka go solo on Vogue‘s print version for January 2019. A far cry from the juvenile digital choices, Priyanka will get the Vogue cowl therapy she deserves with a rich-looking Annie Leibovitz-shot picture as she turns into the primary Indian girl ever to grace the journal in its 125-year historical past. Styled by Tonne Goodman, the actress sits fairly in a nude-toned Tom Ford costume, her hair pulled again into an easy chignon and a sultry pink lip.
“Effectively, VERY pleased with the ultimate end result. Digital cowl could also be trite, however this can be a traditional US Vogue cowl. Love the wealthy, heat tones for January, and her hair seems to be easy but nice,” Benn98 permitted directly.
“After all of the comings and goings, I gotta’ say that I really like the print cowl… specifically the colour scheme,” confessed kokobombon.
Additionally sharing enthusiasm towards the quilt was discussion board member Blayne266: “Fantastic traditional American Vogue cowl that includes a brand new face! I’m glad it isn’t the marriage costume however as a substitute this sultry Tom Ford quantity.”
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“Give credit score the place credit score is due. That is gorgeous. Probably the greatest January covers I’ve seen from them. It’s quintessential US Vogue,” MON mentioned.
TZ001 couldn’t have agreed extra: “Lastly, a shocking, lovely and classical cowl. Priyanka is highly effective and heavenly. Completely love this!”
“In love with this cowl. An Indian magnificence on the quilt of an American Vogue. Exhausting to consider it has really occurred. Regardless of the quilt lady being Mrs. Jonas, it’s good to see somebody totally different on a canopy of American Vogue. Goosebumps. Good begin Vogue,” jeffandtheworld applauded.
“I really like that cowl. After the digital debacle, this can be a second when print doesn’t disappoint,” rejoiced tigerrouge.
Are you in love with the print cowl simply as a lot as we’re? Hold forth and await extra from the difficulty right here.