Model mothers and their daughters posing together on the cover of Vogue isn’t exactly new. Cindy Crawford and Kaia Gerber were all smiles on the cover of Vogue Paris, while Kate and Lila Moss fronted Vogue Italia. Now Heidi Klum and her daughter Leni grace the cover of Vogue Germany’s January/February 2021 edition. Following a year full of hit or miss covers, the duo color coordinate via Versace with Heidi planting a sweet kiss on the cheek of her 16-year-old offspring captured by Chris Colls.
The cover divided our forums. “I’ve about had it with the overt nepotism. Get these children off of Vogue,” demanded KINGofVERSAILLES.
“I sense a new nepotism model surfacing,” said Toni Ahlgren.
“I am SO, SO, SO tired of these celebrity children. Please let it stop,” pleaded [Piece Of Me].
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“I’ve lost count of all the mothers and their mini-mes we’ve seen in the past month or two, they seem to be everywhere suddenly,” aracic pointed out.
But not everyone was dissatisfied. “I really like this,” admitted liv4beauty.
“I quite like it. Love the bold colors and composition,” echoed mikel.
“Nepotism aside, I really like the colors. Everything recently has been so drab or an eyesore and the color coordination here was done remarkably well. I’ve always had a soft spot for Heidi… She barely has any Vogue covers so I’m more than happy to see her on Germany’s considering it’s one of their better covers in the past year,” expressed marsnoop2.
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