LOCZ LOVE LOVE the video! It's such a cool montage, everything is glamorous and sexy, the supermodels being rock stars, the music is excellent and the whole Harper's Bazaar shoot involved into the video too is really cool.
wonderful editorials damn! lol I mean all the pics are very glamorous, the girls look beautiful and after seeing the video, I enjoy the covershoot even more. UK's Harper's is wayyyyyy better than the US version.
I don't mind the cover- the thing is, whenever you use the "supers" these says the point hardly is to create cutting-edge high fashion, rather than envoke some sort of nostalgia to an era where modelling tended to be about being more classically "pretty" than "interesting". So of course it's going to look "dated". Not saying the cover is amazing, but who honestly expected it to be?
What bothers me more are the shots with them playing instruments. It's always a silly to have people who have no "rock credibility" stand there statically holding instruments, pretending to play to, let alone forty-something supermodels of the past. It's all very Robert Palmer "Addicted to love".
[quote=Megaera;9927323],,, an era where modelling tended to be about being more classically "pretty" than "interesting". [quote]
I don't necessarily agree with this... I think the difference was that it used to be 'beautiful' - I am intentionally not using the word 'pretty’ and there were a lot of interesting editorials too... I think it was a perfect mix... anything classically beautiful is rejected nowadays... which is a big shame... no one wants to bother with creating something interesting with classic beauties... of course it is easier with a weird looking boy or a girl... even if you don't do anything you will have to say it is interesting because you would not dare call it ugly or weird in the times of crazy political correctness.. or even easier with washed out faces as you can paint anything on them...