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23-10-2012
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I do actually like this cover very much. Besides (or beyond) the fact I quite like the visual, I like the choice. How many so-called "art issues" are released every year and are just a regular cover with what the editor thinks people will consider as "slightly artier" than what's been done on their other covers? And how to complain about something that actually looks different when most of the editions of Vogue have nothing else to propose than the same old soup, over and over again (Vogue US and its actresses, Vogue UK and its Kate Moss by Testino, Vogue Paris' recent lack of creativity and inspiration, the young Vogue Netherlands that looks so often like another Marie-Claire and so on...)? I can agree that some might not like the visual as a matter of taste, I still can agree one can think it's too literal for an art issue, but, I can't get how someone can throw stones at Vogue Turkey for trying when so many magazines have just given up trying anything at all and hold on to old, worn out formulas that are totally unable to provoke any aestethic excitement.

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Kudos for a very different approach.
Very effective for the fact that it is strikingly modern and then has very vintage feel also. Not quite sure how this will go down in Turkey though.

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How many so-called "art issues" are released every year and are just a regular cover with what the editor thinks people will consider as "slightly artier" than what's been done on their other covers? And how to complain about something that actually looks different when most of the editions of Vogue have nothing else to propose than the same old soup, over and over again (Vogue US and its actresses, Vogue UK and its Kate Moss by Testino, Vogue Paris' recent lack of creativity and inspiration, the young Vogue Netherlands that looks so often like another Marie-Claire and so on...)? I can agree that some might not like the visual as a matter of taste, I still can agree one can think it's too literal for an art issue, but, I can't get how someone can throw stones at Vogue Turkey for trying when so many magazines have just given up trying anything at all and hold on to old, worn out formulas that are totally unable to provoke any aesthetic excitement.
Bravo.

I'm still thinking about the picture chosen for the cover but the choice alone goes a little beyond that, I applaud them for being risky but mostly for being Vogue, with readers conditioned to what 'Vogue' is supposed to look and delivering something that's provoking and not necessarily meant to appeal.

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Wow! This is interesting. Not fashion-y and absolutely not Vogue-ish, buy very striking and, in a weird way, beautiful.

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Wow, striking cover, is that Angelina Jolie I see?

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A la Andy
Eniko Mihalik by KT Auleta
Editor: Daniela Paudice



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Fantastic, Vogue Turkey never disappoints...NEVER!
Too bad the edition isn't available in other coutries.

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I prefer humans on the covers.

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Gold Rush – Decked out in sparkling gold jewelry, Charlotte Cordes wows in the November edition of Vogue Turkey with a shoot lensed by Emre Guven. Stylist Nil Nuhoglu selects leather jackets and simple tees to go with Charlotte’s elegant accessories while makeup artist Ali Riza Ozdemir creates the perfect plum pout. / Hair by Ibrahim Zengin

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Too bad they didn't do the cover with Charlott. One of my fave models.

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Photographer: Lina Scheynius
Model: Ruby Aldridge
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Whilst I admire how a magazine has the ability to produce such an outlandish and avant-garde cover, I'm not overwhelmed in the slightest. Art issue or no issue, I dislike this, very much. The content is just as horrendous as the cover.

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Terrible cover and lackluster content. More vague than vogue.

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Gold Rush is beautiful...reminds me of French Vogue. Thanks for sharing, MartinKiss!

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