Leave Bad Bunny and Joan Smalls on the cover of & # 39; Vogue & # 39; Mexico and Latin America bring you joy

Bad Bunny, & # 39; Vogue & # 39; dexter.

Bad Bunny, & # 39; Vogue & # 39; dexter.

Led by Karla Martinez de Salas, Vogue Mexico and Latin America have released some memorable and sometimes groundbreaking covers. There was an issue with actor Yalitza Aparicio (January 2019), the one presented by a group of Afro-Dominican models with their natural hair (Sept. 2019) and the one with Paloma Elsesser who Chanel on the Beach Wear (April 2019). The magazine has made a determined effort to attract talent from the region – and for its latest issue, it focuses on two of Puerto Rico's biggest stars: the artist Bad Bunny and model Joan Smalls.

I will say that though, I am absolutely biased when I say I adore this cover. I was born and raised in Puerto Rico. Smalls is my favorite model. (I have it very clear in my intro post for this very site, because I'm nothing if I'm not committed to it. And the brand comes from Puerto Rico.) I've been listening to YHLQMDLG, the latest album from Bad Bunny, more or less continuously since it dropped last month. (Stream it on Spotify!) So yeah, you could say I was excited when the images dropped.

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