Not every edition of Vogue has the chance to produce an original cover each month. The making of a cover is an expensive process, from hiring the crew and casting the models to traveling to an exotic locale. Vogue Hellas and Vogue Portugal both frequently reuse editorial photos or covers from their sister Vogues and it looks like the two were on the same wavelength this month. For their August issues, both editions had the lovely Karmen Pedaru in Pucci gracing their covers in a photo from this year’s June/July edition of Vogue Paris.
We've seen the same dress for the same month, but the exact same cover photo? That is a bit more rare. Which edition do you think mastered the art of the reprint?