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^my exact thoughts! That would seem as though it belongs in Teen Vogue than regular Vogue. Karlie manages to look a lot older in the 60s ed where as Edie (although probably didn't have to try as hard) looks amazing

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Goodness, that's the best I have seen Edie Campbell. Is this the reason behind Edie and Karlie getting the same haircut, for this shoot? Or were they cast because of their matching hairstyles? I'd love to know.

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I absolutely love that photo of Karlie getting her hair cut. Very nice...

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I love Karlie as a high fashion model and I think it's great that US Vogue gets behind her so much, but I can't see myself being that interested in a feature where someone with not-great-hair to begin with, gets a haircut that doesn't do much for her, but it doesn't matter, because every day she'll be working with beauty stylists that will make her look fantastic, regardless of what they have to work with.

I mean, it's not like when Kirsty Hume got the chop or Linda dyed her hair blonde/red/brown. For God's sake, even my hair is better than what Karlie has, before-and-after, and when your own hair is better than what you see in Vogue, it's a travesty, it's a sign of a world gone wrong.

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^my exact thoughts! That would seem as though it belongs in Teen Vogue than regular Vogue. Karlie manages to look a lot older in the 60s ed where as Edie (although probably didn't have to try as hard) looks amazing
I was thinking Elle.. I feel like I've seen a million 'my most revelatory haircut' articles in Elle and I want to every time.

Also, I have to say that Edie really elevates that editorial. I just can't get into Karlie, especially in that where she looks like such a try-hard and Edie looks natural and cool.

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Love the 60s mood, but not all the outfits nor the two models, in that ed. Edie is so natural and suitable for it(I knew it) while Karlie looks to be trying so hard. She just doesn't suits the mood, I guess.

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^Uh, Amber-Shalom editorial copycat last year? It's nice although it's a little bit disappointing cause it strikes a resemblance to the said editorial from the same month last year.

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^Uh, Amber-Shalom editorial copycat last year? It's nice although it's a little bit disappointing cause it strikes a resemblance to the said editorial from the same month last year.
I actually think this editorial is muuuuch better than Amber & Shalom's last year (even though I love Amber & Shalom).

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^Uh, Amber-Shalom editorial copycat last year? It's nice although it's a little bit disappointing cause it strikes a resemblance to the said editorial from the same month last year.
It instantly reminded me of that editorial as well (and Linda's from W of course)...Steven needs to get out of the hothouse once in a while. Anyway, I prefer this ed over last year's, the clothes are amazing and the night setting and kind of voyeur feeling lend a much needed edge to this magazine.

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