correct me if i'm wrong, because i've never bought the shape issue before, but doesn't it cover people that are diverse, culturally and physically, and have articles about health issues? i honestly don't know why people are so against a shape issue in Vogue. do you really think that only people of a certain body type read this magazine? i certainly hope not. fashion isn't just about clothes, it's about looking and feeling fabulous.
Last edited by simple_elegance; 14-03-2008 at 10:52 AM.
why are ppl saying the cover wouldn't look bad if Lebron wasn't there?
Gisele looks as if she's falling to the side; it probably wouldn't look as awful as it does now, but it still would be a horrid cover
But I will go to the bright spot here and thats LeBron...he is the 1st black man on a Vogue cover...
That's a good point. I have to stop making fun of this cover for a minute to applaud the fact that LeBron is a new and exciting cover subject (even though he looks a little too excited on the cover, ha ha).
And I thought about it and the cover isn't so bad if you look at it in a "Beauty and the Beast" kind of way... I suppose it can be construed as something witty rather than just plain comical.
But what a waste of potential hotness where LeBron is concerned. I mean, have you guys seen the latest Men's Vogue with Alex Rodriguez on the cover? I almost swooned to death because Rodriguez looks so imposing and sexy. What I'm saying is that imposing can look good... imposing doesn't have to look like a mess (like it does in LeBron's case).
Oops, I was trying to be positive about the LeBron cover... oh well. Ha ha!