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love solve's editorial with jess PW & co. that's my favourite

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Aiden Curtiss
Amber Witcomb
Hiandra Martinez
Jamie Bochert
Jay Wright
Kiki Willems
Lulu
Léa Julian
Michelle Gutknecht
Natalie Westling
Odette Pavlova (Lia?)
Sara Grace Wallerstedt
+ The girl with the short hair, I can't recall her name at the moment. And appears to be a few street cast people as well.
Thank you very much TheoG and MagFan

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I don't care. I love the Meisel story. The only thing that would make it better is if it was also video. I love how the shopping carts at most of the boutiques are empty then the obvious replication of Barneys, Ssense, Yoox, etc. It could have been cheekier but I enjoyed this all the same.

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Every single photo from every editorial/advertorial in the magazine would have made a better cover than what Steven did. That's how bad it is. Embarrassing tbh..

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The main editorial would make more sense if Jamie Bochert wasn't in it. She just sticks out like a sore thumb in comparison to all those other younger looking models. Overall, this issue looks pretty good.

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"L.A. Story"

Photographer: Michel Comte
Model: Bianca Balti @ Women mgmt New York
Stylists: Giulio Martinelli and Ayako Yoshida
Make-up: Aaron Smith Henrikson
Hair: Peter Savic

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I don't care. I love the Meisel story. The only thing that would make it better is if it was also video. I love how the shopping carts at most of the boutiques are empty then the obvious replication of Barneys, Ssense, Yoox, etc. It could have been cheekier but I enjoyed this all the same.
THIS. I see where they were going with the theme of click-to-buy, and the transition away from traditional runway show/digital impact - almost like "Meisel Pic" previously. Could have been cheekier for sure, but at least it's something in a sea of nothing nowadays.

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The only good thing about this editorial is Mariacarla. Everything else is so blasé although Roversi has the romantic, ethereal feeling in his editorial, seems like it was rushed.

The main editorial is plane joke and laziness. The model cast is equally boring and flat. They could have used the mannequin dolls, it would have looked better and more interesting.

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I don't care. I love the Meisel story. The only thing that would make it better is if it was also video. I love how the shopping carts at most of the boutiques are empty then the obvious replication of Barneys, Ssense, Yoox, etc. It could have been cheekier but I enjoyed this all the same.
i like it too, and I think the cover should have gone to one of the more interesting models. The casting is great, but the cover is the most boring image out of the bunch.

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Photographer: Miles Aldridge
Fashion editor: Cathy Kasterine
Model: Cato van Ee
Hair: Seb Bascle
Makeup: Lucy Bridge
Nails: Zarra Celik
Set design: Vincent Olivieri




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Correct me if I'm wrong but I counted 6 advertorials. So Attractive so Charming is all Fendi, Dreamy Mood is Valentino RTW, Modern Attitude is Louis Vuitton, Mademoiselle Lily-Rose is Chanel HC, Purezza is Valentino HC and Urban Fairytale is Christian Dior HC. Ain't that lovely.
I always thought they dedicated editorials to Italian designers only. What a shame if they really are paid editorials.

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That McDean ed though… it's like what Meisel could've shot.

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I always thought they dedicated editorials to Italian designers only. What a shame if they really are paid editorials.
I am fairly certain that they are. And while most magazines do advertorials on a regular basis and there is nothing wrong with that, having six in one issue is a bit too much I think.

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That Miles Aldridge beauty shot with the broken glass would have made a million times better cover... what a waste...

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i love cinematic editorials, so that miles aldridge ed is one of my favorite from him in a very long time

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