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I´m disappointed at Roversi and Vanderperre´s editorials, I was hoping for something along their usual work lines... these seem so bland.

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^ Tbh, Roversi's editorial kind of looks like an advertorial.

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Most of the time, I'm one for new photographers being introduced, but McGinley's shoot is so mundane. The shot with the massed letters is horrendous. Almost laughable and embarrassing, for such an idea to end up in Vogue.

None of the stories inside are attractive. Roversi and Vanderperre are overrated, both are a complete bore. Josh Olins has become a favourite of mine, but I find The White Album too stark and cold. No doubt I'll find a page or two to appreciate at a later date.

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This is a rather flat issue when it comes to arresting images, none of the eds are interesting, however i dont dislike Millers ed at all, and there is a lot of nice articles to read in there (funny Sienna's piece is nice, but some of her statements about privacy while talking about her pregnancy are so ridiculous!). In fact its a much more enjoyable issue than HBs, to me anyway.

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i love lara mullen but this is really dull issue for me

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This issue is like a nicely folded pile of fresh laundry. Very clean, very white, very spring, but perhaps a bit bland.
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^^That shot is very very pretty.
It is strange but it reminds me very much of the PIRELLI "SEASONS" by Avedon from mid 90's, there is a topless portrait of Naomi with flying butterflies across the foreground.

Having said that, Naomi's skin was a beautiful contrast with the blue / colourful butterflies.

Sienna's portrait falls right flat in comparison.

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i like this cover because it is soo simple and adore the dress

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Loove The Joker's Wild, very graphic and pretty.

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The eds are very good in a while, Sienna looks gorgerous on her ed.

I think is one of UK Vogue's best issues for last months.

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