The question no one wants to answer (Honestly)
Even more interestingly, the April issue also features a story flagged on its cover- an honest look at the question: 'do black covers sell?' Though the era of apartheid ended in 1994, South Africa continues to battle intense racism and resentment from the black community.
“This outfit makes a strong statement for style democracy and Wek’s vibrant smile captures the optimism and high spirits thatELLE magazine epitomises going forward into its second seven-year South African cycle,” says ELLE Editor Jackie Burger of the cover.
SOURCE Glamazons Blog
ONTD- do you think the race of the model on a cover of a magazine affects your purchase?