PHOTO: “Vogue” Offers Cringe-Worthy Homage To Hurricane Sandy Responders


PHOTO: If they ever made a sequel to The Devil Wears Prada, we’re certain it would include a photo shoot like this—leggy models giving runway realness alongside firefighters and other first responders confronting the wake of Hurricane Sandy.

Vogue is like Martha Stewart: We love ’em, but they don’t do “human” very well.


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  • Taliaferro

    Of all the ways to recognize those who worked to aid victims of Hurricane Sandy, this has got to be the lamest attempt possible. Vogue could do a lot better if it truly had any concern for either those who respond to such events or those who suffer from their effects. Cringe-worthy indeed!

  • Tracy

    Fashion people live on a different planet. Human rules do not apply to them.

  • Dawster

    @Tracy: I laughed very hard at your comment. And it’s true (also why i love the movie Zoolander).

    And the flaw in helping victims through insanely contrite photography and couture is laughable, but I do like that they are bringing awareness to the Vogue readers who were possibly stuck at a club uptown while Hurricane Sandy hit.

    In other words, it’s awful, but i think it helps more then other things like, let’s say… prayer.

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