I was a little skeptical of Miss Vogue’s first two issue’s; it didn’t quite have the balance of fun and fashion owing to Teen Vogue, but that’s to be expected since it was a trial run and no one nails it on the first attempt. Whilst the basic structure was good (and I LOVED the feature about girls getting ready for a night out all over the world) there was still a lot left to be desired. That being said the second issue made minor improvements here and there. At the moment it’s being sold alongside British Vogue but it’s shaping up to be a fantastic stand alone publication and I eagerly await the day it hits newsstands by itself!
Miss Vogue UK was launched with a prototype first issue last year, selling as an insert with the June 2013 British Vogue. After a second issue came along in April, now have the third, and it looks like the best yet! This time the new model army is taking over, comprising of Malaika Firth, Hollie May Saker and Matilda Lowther.
Photo via British Vogue/Miss Vogue UK