As editor of Vogue Australia, Christine Centenera means business when supporting homegrown talent and over recent months has championed model Adut Akech, singer and actor Troye Sivan, mega Hollywood actress Margot Robbie as well as Yolngu woman and model Tarlisa Gaykamangu. Next up is Kylie Minogue, who returns to the Australian fashion bible’s front cover for a seventh time, covering the glossy’s October 2023 edition. Photographed on location within the lush grounds of the Flamingo Estate in Los Angeles, Australia’s biggest musical exports (whose latest album Tension continues to skyrocket) is captured by Alique, with Centenera herself reporting for styling duties and selecting a dress from Louis Vuitton’s Resort 2024 collection for Kylie to flaunt in the cover shot.
Vogue Australia’s latest was immediately well received amongst members of our forums. “Kylie delivers as always. Madam Padam is a better print model than most current top models nowadays,” raved Wintergreen.
“I love the relaxed summery vibe,” kokobombon admired.
Vogue28 was also very much a fan, adding: “So great to see Kylie Minogue on the cover of Vogue Australia (as always), and it’s an added bonus that Alique and Christine Centenera have managed to do Kylie the justice she deserves. She looks absolutely fantastic, love what she’s wearing, the whole concept of the shoot and the beauty styling. A resounding 10/10 from me!”
Not everyone, however, was in agreement. “Should’ve been on the beach, or somewhere on location in Australia,” jeremydante complained.
“It’s a very dull boring cover. They could have done something much better with her, and the pose doesn’t help. NEXT!” Bertrando3 disapproved.
“Awkward pose, ugly chair,” critiqued mepps.
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