Every month the most popular and famous celebrities grace on the cover of the prestigious Vogue magazine. The August issue won't be an exception: a Minion, the most recognizable animated personage will appear on the cover of the fashion and lifestyle magazine. And this is not surprising, because the Vogue sincerely admits and gives credit to these funny creations for highly influencing the fashion industry.
In the video produced by Vogue, fashion designer Rupert Sanderson and jewellery designer Stephen Webster sincerely admitted, that Minions played a crucial role in inspiring their works.
To the question "Is yellow your favourite color just because of Minions?", Alber Elbaz, the Creative Director of Lanvin, agreed that the Minions "made him love yellow", while Stephen Jones just pointed out to his Minion-yellow socks as a sign of completely agreeing to the statement.
Apart from inspiring fashion designers, the Minions are also responsible from spreading the utility style over the fashion world: many celebrities now wear jumpsuits and denim dungarees the way the Minions do. So, Vogue is right, it is the time for us, fashionistas, to give credit to these funny creatures for the style and fashion inspiration they did.
The yellow funny character is the first ever animated character to star on the cover of Vogue magazine. It is foretasted that this will be the best selling issue of Vogue, it can even beat the the Millennium issue.