On the September Issue of Vogue Brasil, you will notice the blatant misspelling of photographer Guy Bordin’s name. At a time when advertisers are cutting back on ads, the last thing a magazine would want to do is to make a glaring error that could have easily been prevented in the first place. The 36% decrease in ad pages of this year’s September Issue of Vogue alone is enough proof. To make matters worse, the Wall Street Journal and Maureen Dowd are exacerbating the dire situation of the fashion industry. To whomever was responsible for the misspelling: start looking for another job ASAP.
— Francis Bea