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^Nicole had a cover a few years back.

I'm waiting to get the bigger issues but so far I'm not impressed by the changes.

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Recently I couldn't find credits for the cover look (Diane's issue I think). All of that used to be laid out on an early page very very clearly, with other info about the shoot. That was a great dress she wore & I wanted to know more about it.

And now they are refocusing on getting a celebrity look (or I could more kindly say, being inspired by a celebrity icon), when the magazine was originally focused on personal style rather than imitating celebs.

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Nicole`s cover is beautiful! She looks really happy and not fake at all! Beautiful! Even the editorial is

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Both Nicole AND Kate looked great in Lucky's latest eds... wow. Perhaps I should subscribe to this magazine???

Anyway, for you Lucky mag fans...



"BRANDON HOLLEY, the new editor of the beleaguered shopping magazine Lucky, has a complicated relationship with clothes.
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Brandon Holley in November conducting a meeting at Lucky on fashion blogs.
As a teenager in Great Falls, Va., Ms. Holley would cram Ralph Lauren outfits bought by her preppy mother into a drawer so she could attend punk shows at the 9:30 Club in Washington wearing a ripped T-shirt and jeans. “The sides of my head were shaved,” she recalled recently over beer and brussels sprouts at a restaurant near her house in Red Hook, Brooklyn. “You can imagine in the ’80s how I looked.”

In her 20s, Ms. Holley tried designing some items, including a fur bikini, for her all-girl band, Bikini Machine (later renamed Gangster of Love), but the other members refused to wear them onstage. “There was a revolt,” she said.

Today, after 15 years editing magazines like Jane and ElleGirl and a brief stint at Yahoo, Ms. Holley, 44, a blond, off-kilter beauty, now goes to work in Marc Jacobs skirts, Prada blouses and Dries Van Noten shoes. “I’ve developed a healthy sidelong glance at the fashion industry,” she said. “I love fashion and I love clothes and I love the way people dress, but I don’t cry at a Marc Jacobs show.”

That attitude would not be considered politic at, say, Vogue. But at Lucky, where Ms. Holley arrived in September after the sudden, somewhat mysterious departure of Kim France, the magazine’s founding editor, it counts as a qualification."

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Recently I couldn't find credits for the cover look (Diane's issue I think). All of that used to be laid out on an early page very very clearly, with other info about the shoot. That was a great dress she wore & I wanted to know more about it.

And now they are refocusing on getting a celebrity look (or I could more kindly say, being inspired by a celebrity icon), when the magazine was originally focused on personal style rather than imitating celebs.
I had the same problem, it took me FOREVER to find it, which was very annoying!

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^ You should get a prize--I never did find it

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Lucky, March 2011: Heidi Klum




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text overload, but I see the improvement since Diane's cover

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The PINK is too much

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Not sure if that is a true representation of the colour of Heidi's cover. The pic posted in #569 showed a more subdued pink.

I actually didn't Like Nicole's cover but did like the content of the issue(even though it was thin).

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^ It's not as purple as that, but it is a bright pink.

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Ugh. Everytime I see Heidi Klum on a cover I think Ladies Home Journal or something.

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Lucky April 2011
Zooey Deschanel by Robert Erdmann
Stylist: Isabel Dupre
Hair: Mara Roszak
Makeup: Pati Dubroff
Manicure: Tom Bachik





I received this issue today. It came with a Lucky Kids Spring 2011 supplement with Angie Harmon and her daughters on the cover (photographed by Robert Erdmann):


Source: justjared.com and luckymag.com/kids

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^ Got mine too, but haven't opened it yet. More interestingly, got my renewal notice & they want $20 for a year In their dreams ...

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