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Vogue editors mocked for their extremely unrelatable holiday plans

'This is one of the most unintentionally funny things I've ever read.'

Dec 22, 2019, 4:14 pm

Internet Culture

Samira Sadeque 

Samira Sadeque

An article on how–or, more appropriately, whereBritish Vogue editors are spending their holidays has caused quite a stir on social media.

The article features the holiday plans for six editors: Sarah Harris, Ellie Pithers, Olivia Singer, Dena Giannini, Poppy Kain, and Naomi Smart. Their plans include everything, from hiding out at a luxurious hotel only accessible by ski lift in the French Alps to embarking on a seven-day detox program at a spa that has been described as a place “where billionaires go to detox.” 

The article was published three weeks ago but only recently went viral after one user, @benjamintassie, tweeted out the plans.

“Absolutely losing it at this incredibly relatable feature with the Vogue editors,” benjamintassie wrote.

Many online, especially journalists, are reacting to the lush plans that literally no one can relate to.

“I’ve just read the absolutely gas article about how vogue editors are spending christmas and my god they are all insufferable! I don’t know what I expected! but also what the fuck is this,” Twitter user @redlemonader wrote.

It was dubbed “obscene” and compared to sponcon. One user called it “one of the most unintentionally funny things I’ve ever read.”

 

Others questioned if the women came from money, or if Vogue simply pays really, really well. (It’s likely not the latter.)

“I remember in college hustling to get jobs/internships & looking at ppl in jobs I admired like ‘Man, I will NEVER BE AS GOOD AS THESE PEOPLE,'” Denver Post reporter Elizabeth Hernandez tweeted. “It turns out a lot of people are just rich AF, have always been, & live in a virtually different world from you so. You’re doin OK.”

 

Many had a field day dissecting the contents of the article line by line.

“‘Superlative stargazing’ – words I say often when chatting about my holiday plans,” Twitter user @ghostofhunterst wrote.

Coming from the same editor’s blurb, another user couldn’t get over the “fresh powder before breakfast” line.

“‘Fresh powder before breakfast’ is def a euphemism for something but I can’t quite put my nose on it,” Twitter user @AlexGroves_ joked.

https://twitter.com/ghostofhunterst/status/1208551267536007168?s=20

https://twitter.com/Angela_Aroca/status/1208189331116101632?s=20

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*First Published: Dec 22, 2019, 4:14 pm