For years, models like Emily Ratajkowki and the Hadids have landed the covers of Vogue Mexico and Latin America, establishing its brand while simultaneously making it essentially indistinguishable from its sister glossies. Similar to its parent iteration, the magazine was reflective of, and of interest to, a specific kind of woman.
Earlier today, the team rolled out six covers in celebration of its 20th anniversary. The covers highlight actress and feminist Irene Azuela, renowned ballerina Elisa Carrillo, architect Frida Escobedo, long-distance runner María Lorena Ramírez (who is Rarámuri) and Mexico’s gastronomy – plus a digital cover that features Zapotec chef Abigail Mendoza Ruiz and others who are part of the culinary scene . . .