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04-04-2007
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Loving the editorial...and the cover! I think America was a good choice, she's a celebrity but not one that I feel like I'm having shoved down my throat.

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I love that they put America on the cover. It's great to see W embracing 'non traditional' celebrities, as much as that is possible. My only problem with the America shots is she has the exact same look in her eyes. I would have preferred a little more variety.

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She looks live a transvestite in those pictures. Bad. Very bad.

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LARA!

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The cover is better than the America eds... I love the Lara ed though! It's stunning.

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^ oh, W loves publishing the letters that say "bordering on light porn" and "please stop taking pictures of models with cigarettes" and then rubbing it in their faces the next month with twice the gore...

Mario's ed is sublime

Interesting that the response to America is overwhelmingly good, mostly because people are happy to see a curvy woman.
I would have thought there would be the traditional 'oh, not an actress again!' or 'what has she done to warrant a cover?', like all the skinny B-list get.

Anyway, her edit is beautiful. She reminds me of Eva Mendes in it. gorgeous make-up. The cover however is boring: she looks like a housewife.

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I'm so tired of Lara's nipples

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^ they're nearly invisible this time though

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Another W that I must buy.....

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Anyway, her edit is beautiful. She reminds me of Eva Mendes in it. gorgeous make-up.
Yes the makeup is beautiful. Could someone either please scan the contents page where they give details on the make-up used for America on the cover, or could someone type up the products used? It would be soooo much appreciated!

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They could have done better with the cover -I'm feeling a 30's/40's iconic Hollywood feel could have really worked with America.

The cover is alright....but its just missing something....that something 'special'.
But isn't that what they always do to the "bigger" girls? Turn them into a Jazz singer or something(J.Hudson ). It's so predictable, I'm glad they went more modern.

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Mario Sorrenti's ed is pretty boring... I'm kind of bored with all those naked women... is it just to go in the sense of feminists vs fashion magazines?! ridiculous... why don't you do still lives?! honestly for shoes and bags it's more interesting to do that nowadays... than to do the "oh look my asst. found this cardigan and those leggings and Prada being an annonceur we must put this horrible orange rug"... boring!
but maybe still-lives have less impact?! maybe, I guess...

of course, if someone wants to explain me i could change my mind... i need basics sometimes...
But I kind of like this so-opposite mind with the month of may... the girl naked wearing some "warm" outfits and breaking the ice... because she's so hooot...

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Does anyone has this issue yet? I'm dying to know what else is inside

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i know inside there'a a pic of daria at valli party in paris.
usual question: any scan? thanks!

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Amazing!

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