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Hiandra and Cindy are slaying my existence!! dear lord. Amazing.

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I love all the covers, especially Cindy's close up. I'm so happy for Hiandra.

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Editorial with Akiima
Lena C. Emery - Photographer
Stephanie Waknine - Fashion Editor/Stylist
Jonathan De Francesco - Hair Stylist

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theres a Roberto Cavalli special editorial featuring Laiqah Omar photographed by Charlotte Collet as well

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Roberto Cavalli special

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Anyone in UK / Europe who has an issue could do a list of contents?
Please!

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Contents list please! Beyond excited from the covers

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...And it's actually more commercial in its clever way.... "Death of Hypebeast!" I'm ready.....
That's my problem with POP. The novelty wore off. We are now in a age where mainstreams are all going indie, and oftentimes doing a better job.

POP need to wake up because it's just a matter of time before the jewel of their crown will be snatched by Vogue, and they'll have nothing to draw the masses in. In fact, Wales already delivered some cool shots for American and French Vogue. Because let's be frank, without Wales they're done for. Weir already jumped ships. And when I say jump ships I mean delivered indie-level material for a mainstream.

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Let's end the weekend as pals B98..... When you use expressions like "jewel" and "crown" I know you actually think the same as me.

Just one thing. Make a list of Harley Weir's best half dozen POP covers and her best handful elsewhere..... You'll maybe find the comparison revelatory. The Vogues are all trying to copy POP, yes..... We all recognise that. But you honestly think they're succeeding?

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In fashion, it is hard to using word like indie and mainstream in aestic side. When the indie first started in late 1980s and 1990s, the indie photographers and stylists like Juergen Telle, Wolfgang Tillmans, David Sims, Corinne Day, Melanie Ward, Edward Enninful, Karl Templer etc quickly started mainstream work in Vogue Paris Vogue UK Vogue US Harpers Bazaar US and Vogue Italia. Also, now it's really natural to see photographers or stylists working both. That's why I don't get when people are saying it's so indie or indie level.

To me, Charlotte Wales is not that important photographer in this magazine. This magazine had Harley Weir, Talia Chetrit, Brianna Capozzi, Viviane Sassen, Jackie Nickerson etc. Also, the greatest of this magazine comes from thier super strong fashion directors, especially Vanessa Reid not photographers in my opinion.


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Let's end the weekend as pals B98..... When you use expressions like "jewel" and "crown" I know you actually think the same as me.

Just one thing. Make a list of Harley Weir's best half dozen POP covers and her best handful elsewhere..... You'll maybe find the comparison revelatory. The Vogues are all trying to copy POP, yes..... We all recognise that. But you honestly think they're succeeding?
*Holds out pinky for pinky-promise!*

Plax, I dunno. I don't entirely agree with you. As we speak, yes, mainstreams are doing the most to blur the lines between indie and mainstream. But that's due to the shift of impulse readers moving onto indies. But I'd say as far as two years ago that wasn't the case. The divide was still there. And I don't think it will be natural to see Harley Weir photographing a Vanity Fair cover, ever, really.

I think Charlotte Wales is, as we speak, POP's trump card. What makes her reign unique is that while she's slowly working her way through the Vogues with solid content while her POP material is still unrivaled and on a completely different level. She certainly saves the best for POP. It's quite interesting because she's not actually going excessively abstract like most of her peers. Same can't be said about the others, except maybe Harley Weir.

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Two points re the above:

1. The independents that cost $50+ will never change anything. We cant afford them!

2. What part of the "mainstream" is effectively stealing the independent spirit? Those titles are withering by the month! I actually see POP and Love as mainstream titles - at a mainstream (ie very reasonable) price....

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I must say the issue is actualy quite boring...
Cindy’s edit is great... I wish it were longer... Stella’s edit is quite boring as we’ve seen her in Scottish highlands million times... Teller edit is not bad... a bit gross but that’s not surprising I suppose... Cindy’s cover is so fun I thought the issue would have been representstive of that spirit but instead it ia full of boredom.

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Yes, yes KissMiss.... But any chance of an issue summary?

Sassen? Tillmans? Peckmezian?

I'm guessing Vanessa Reid styled the Teller cover story? The Stella Tennant by Harley Weir also?

What did Charlotte Wales do apart from Cindy?

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Here we go! Not such a bad issue after all.

Paris Expects!
Th Chloé Girls Will Shine
Photography: Viviane Sassen
Fashion: Vanessa Reid
Models: Xie Chaoyu, Chun Jie, Jiali Zhao

Andre Walker Cometh the Hour...
Photography: Sean and Seng
Fashion: Tom Guinness
Models: Elizabeth Ayodele, Naomi Chin Wing & Akiima

Pop Girl: He Gong Chanel Metiers D’Art
Photography: Sufdo Moncloa
Fashion: Tallulah Harlech
Model: He Cong

Cavalli - Safari in the Head
Photography: Oliver Hadlee-Pearch
Fashion: Charlotte Collet
Words: Helga Burrill
Model: Laiqah Omar

Pop Jewellery: Direct. Chic. Amanda Murphy
Photography: Andrea Artemisio
Fashion: Stephanie Waknine
Model: Amanda Murphy

Pop Girl: Hilary Rhoda’s Vuitton Mix
Photography: Tina Tyrell
Fashion: Danielle van Camp
Model: Hilary Rhoda

Phoebe and Me... And Anh and Mona
Photography, Fashion & Words: Stevie Dance
Models: Mona Matsouka & Anh Duong

The Hicks Chapel
Tory Burch Praises Formative Patterns and Clean Lines
Photography: Tung Walsh
Fashion: Charlotte et Stephanie
Words: Lucy Kumara Moore
Models: Daniela Kocianova, Xu Jing & Janelle Powell

Another Side of Paris
Photography: Reto Schmid
Fashion: Danielle Van Camp
Words: Laura Bartlett
Model: Chu

Pop Fetish (Bags)
Photography: Lena C. Emery
Fashion: Stephanie Waknine
Model: Akiima

Pop Girl:
Georgia Howorth
Wears London
Photography: Maurits Sillen
Fashion: Tallulah Harlech
Model: Georgua Howorth

Pop Fetish (Shoes)
Photography: Sasa Stucin
Fashion: Stephanie Waknine

Cindy!
Some Girl’s Mothers Are Bugger Than Other Girl’s Mothers...
Photography: Charlotte Wales
Fashion: Charlotte Collet
Model: Cindy Crawford

Fashion S/S
Photography: Harley Weir
Fashion: Emille Kareh
Models: Hayati Azis, Zeline Prabowo & Leti Febrianti

Squirrel
Photography: Mark Peckmezian
Fashion: Vanessa Reid
Models: Sarah Dahl, Eliza & Felice

Happy Us
Photography & Fashion: Stevie Dance
Models: Karolin Wolter, Niko Traubman, Alex Spencer, Devon Carlson, Laurel Leekley & Zoe Vance

Reign
Photography: Harley Weir
Fashion: Vanessa Reid
Model: Stella Tennant

Leg, Snails and Peaches
Galerie Suzanne Tarasieve Paries
Juergen Teller’s Portfolio
Models: Hiandra Martinez, David Blaine, Suzanne Tarasieve, Tina Outen, Raquel Zimmermann, Malgosia Bela, Charlotte Rampling, Kristin Scott Thomas

/I’ve seen some of this stuff before/

Gravity
Photography: Viviane Sassen
Fashion: Vanessa Reid
Model: Lina Kjaergaard

Shuffle
Photography: Jackie Nickerson
Fashion: Charlotte Collet
Model: Anok Yai

Pop Culture
Friederike Mayröcker
Juergen Teller’s Portfolio

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So Kaia basically got a poster but no editorial? Do I understand this correctly?

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