I don't care if it's in 3D, I don't care if it's Miranda, I don't care if it's not that original for a September story. I simply love this because it's Meisel in his vintage Scavullo/Avedon mood. Can not get enough of it.
And also I'm glad to see that Steven Klein didn't shoot the supplement cover this time.
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I think I wouldn't mind the editorial if it weren't the main editorial of the issue. The supplement cover truly does make this cover of Miranda irrelevant for a sept issue. I really want to like it because of Miranda and there are some shots I don't mind, but others just fall flat.
and I agree, I don't want to have to use 3D just to see a fashion editorial - regardless of how "cool" it sounds or seems. I'm excited for the rest of the issue I suppose...
I wonder if it's any better in print. Does this really improve the appreciation of the clothes from a simple 2-D image? Or is simply a gimmick?
That's what I was wondering today - once you get past the novelty aspect, what's the purpose of using it?
I don't think it would add much to my appreciation of studio shoots, but I do wonder if it might add something to outdoor scenarios, for example, if you consider an avenue of trees in a grandly designed garden - would you get an improved sense of how impressive the perspective is, and a deeper sense of there being hidden places, shadows, secrets?
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The cover and main ed are Meisel's return to 'Supermodel' photography and featuring 'the girl' prominently. To me that is the most exciting aspect of the issue so far and bodes well for where fashion is headed. Its what we've all been waiting for through all these years of celebs stealing the fashion spotlight. Kudos to Meisel/Kerr and the emerging return of the Super!
Veeery nice editorial! I love beige background+ a pretty girl combo. And not every issue needs to be like last month's, it's nice to have an editorial where it's about the clothes after a cover story that wasn't at all. That's what is so great about Vogue Italia.