Former Vogue cover girl Isabella Rossellini says the magazine does a terrible job when it comes to fashion advice for older women.
She told New York Magazine:
"I don’t look at Vogue to ask what I’m going to wear. Because it’s something on a body too young. I have to look at the social pages to see women my age. To see how Amanda Burden is dressed and say, 'Hmmm. Maybe I should try that. They give advice to the young people: 'If you are brunette, this color would be best.' But I would love it if the magazine said, 'When you are in your sixties and your neck is like this, consider wearing this.'"
Isabella has a point there.
Besides, how many young people can actually afford some of the clothes used in the magazine? If we had to guess, not a lot.
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