Creative Seniors Take On The Latest Trend And Recreate Vogue Covers
These pictures show elderly residents at an English care home taking part in the latest viral internet trend—recreating iconic Vogue magazine covers.
Seniors at Robinson House Care Home recently made like fashion photographer Annie Liebowitz was in the building and struck some brilliant poses.
The care home in Bristol, England decided to get involved with the latest social media craze that originated on TikTok.
The trend sees people recreate celebrity Vogue magazine covers.
Three of Robinson House’s top models were Susan Crew, Norma Hounson, and Terry Chard.
Maria Jones, Activity Coordinator at Robinson House, said: “Getting involved with the Vogue Challenge was lots of fun.
“I enjoyed taking all the pictures of the residents. It was great to see them all smiling—I think some of them felt like real celebrities.”
Lisa Brain, deputy manager at the home, said, “When I found out about what our residents had been getting up to, I thought it was an excellent idea.
“Our carers were extraordinary–the residents didn’t stop laughing throughout the photoshoot, and the pictures turned out lovely.”
Lisa also explained that the pictures will be displayed around Robinson House for family and friends of the residents to see.
Are you ready to see some of the best images from the photoshoot?
Who’s on the other end of the line? Surely it can only be Anna Wintour.
Beyoncé, is that you? No, it’s one fun senior going all out to recreate the iconic 2018 September issue.
77-year-old Terry Chard opted for vintage glamor in his floral photoshoot.