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I love Doutzens editorial.
The styling is spot on!

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I'd have prefered if Doutzen's ed was in color. Not a fan of the styling tho.

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Beauty Editorial
Talents Cachés
Photographer: Karim Sadli
Model: Anja Rubik
Styling: Capucine Safyurtlu
Make-Up: Benjamin Puckley, Janeen Witherspoon, Mark Hampton & Akki Shirakawa
Nails: Brenda Abrial



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Boy Meets Girl
Photographer: Claudia Knoepfel & Stefan Indlekofer
Model: Kendra Spears
Styling: Capucine Safyurtlu
Hair: James Pecis
Make-Up: Christelle Cocquet



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Editorial:
New Kid in Town
Photographer: Peter Lindbergh
Model: Arizona Muse
Styling: Anastasia Barbieri
Hair: Recine
Make-Up: Aaron de Mey



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Love Lindbergh's ed

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I'm with you, Kanna! I really like Doutzen's ed, but I think it would have been pretty amazing in color. On the other hand, the color shots in Anja's ed are gorgeous!

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Nothing majorly exciting so far, although Doutzen's editorial is decent. Kendra handes the androgynous styling in her editorial well, but the pics are all way too similar. Lindbergh and Arizona pit a much better spin on the same styling and add a bucketload of atmosphere along with it.
Testino should be embarassed by the main editorial with Kate & George, although after the appalling cover, I wasn't really expecting any great shakes.

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Yawn. Every editorial except for Kate's has a woman dressed up as a man. I like a woman in a suit as much as the next person, but if I didn't follow fashion and I opened up this magazine I'd think it was Vogue Hommes. It's too much masculinity.

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Finally something different from the beauty editorial on Vogue Paris.
The Arizona editorial is very nice (cant beleive Im saying this).
Too much black & white tho.

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In every editorial seems to be b/w photos. A b/w cover would have been a better choice for this issue. I like Doutzen & Arizona eds! A bit manly but it works


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This whole issue is gag worthy

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Why would you put a George Michael in tuxedo and a girly Kate on the cover when obviously everything is about androgyny in womenswear dressing ???

Arizona as a butch mafiosa is good ... . I especially like the color image. And the men shoes with heels !
Isn't she the new Linda ????
* have a look at another Lindbergh editorial in Vogue Italia, early 1990s with Linda, Christy and Naomi. I think ... It's more or less the same story ... I guess that's why it's shot by Limdbergh again

So this season the mainstream fashion magazines go into butch and transgender ? It's not the first one that I see ... Right ? The trend is, again, boyish for women ? Hedi Slimane is coming back soon, ladies ...

I like the shopping in the Miss Vogue ...


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I'm such a sucker for Lindbergh's cinematic aesthetic.

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A boring issue generally. Can't believe this 'cause the photographers and models are major. Even Lindbergh can't save it. EIC has like 2 or 3 tastes of her own to adapt to the magazine.

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