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Vogue Paris Collections S/S 2011


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It looks messy, cluttered, and there's the awkward white spaces. They should have really cropped the models carefully, without including the background of the respective shows.

Elle did it better.

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at least the cover's better than last season's..


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that Freja army scared me....

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It reminds me of Elle Collections A/W 10.11, and I'm afraid Elle done it better. There looks to be no effort gone into this. Especially for something that's pricey.
But the accessories pages in Vogue Paris Collections are brilliant. Always a pleasure to take time to study those pages.

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Ahhhh! I don´t like what they did with Karlie's outfit @ Lanvin

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I don't really like the cover - I didn't mind the army of Frejas! It at least gave us something to talk about. This isn't great, but the Collections covers generally aren't.

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Although I agree that Elle Collections handled the execution of this idea much better, this is one of the few instances where the magazine cover is of little importance to me. I can't wait to pick this up.

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It looks messy, cluttered, and there's the awkward white spaces. They should have really cropped the models carefully, without including the background of the respective shows.

Elle did it better.
I totally 200% agree lol and in the end ya it's badly done

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Maybe they got tired of cutting, copying, and pasting. I sure have, "f*ck this! its enough, the printer doesn't have enough color ink to finish it, I'll just leave out some blank spaces"

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The Vogue Paris Collections covers always make more sense (and look better) in real life I think.

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Those editions need to be way more sophisticated and elegant.Or at least to look luxurious.They should go for 'Less is more' cover design.Choose two colors-one for the background and one for the font/s.This looks really amateurish,lazy,cheap,tacky and etc.Shame.

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Gosh, here we go again. They really should stop doing the covers that try to show everything but in the end show nothing. And I really hate all those white spaces, did they do this in Paint!?

I'd love to see something similar to Gemma's beautiful one back in 2006. A strong and focused shot, even a backstage one would work so much better.


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But the accessories pages in Vogue Paris Collections are brilliant. Always a pleasure to take time to study those pages.
If there's been a redesign, I expect there will be much lamentation. I can't say the slight facelift of Vogue Paris has been a step forward, so I hope this is staying the same.

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How I wish that they would stop doing the collage of collections. I hope that they`d just put their most favorite look from all the S/S 2011 shows and put it in the cover.

Somehow, the new font of Vogue Paris lacks it chicness. I miss the old font

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