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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by serendipity8777, Dec 13, 2016.
The Evolution of a Child Star
Ph: Jason Kibbler
Styled by: Patrick Mackie
Hair: Kim Kimble
Makeup: Frankie Boyd
Manicure: Ashlie Johnson
Allure digital edition
The New Classics
Ph: Nicolas Kantor
Makeup: Susie Sobol
Hair: Diego Da Silva
Manicure: Typhaine Kersual
Model: Lindsey Wixson
Stylist: Catherine Newell-Hanson
Allure digital edition
Off the Grid
Ph: Nathaniel Goldberg
Stylist: Michael Philouze
Hair: Vi Sapyyapy
Makeup: Georgi Sandev
Model: Jamilla Hoogenboom
Allure January 2017 digital edition
It is beyond me how they managed to turn such a fierce young woman into a total snoozefest. Zendaya usually oozes attitude, what happened?
She looks 87yo.
I love the tagline about an icon in the making when I still don´t know what she does, never seen/hear her anywhere
I don´t like the styling but I love the set.
^I too have no idea what Zendaya does and I've just had to do a Google search to double check. Still no further forward.. but I do know for a fine fact that she looks far older than her 20 years of age here. The styling and harsh photography/lighting doesn't flatter Zendaya whatsoever. A major flop for Allure this month!
You, of all people, don't know that she's in some upcoming Spiderman movie?? I'm revoking your nerd-card, Koko!
But yeah, I've only ever seen her in the trailer for that movie. It seems she's much like Rita Ora - face plastered across fashion magazines and always making headlines, but the general public are still at a loss as to what exactly they do for a living.
The cover could've been better, but it's ruined by those harsh eyebrows. They should've gone with the second edit shot, imo. Any proper editor with a feeling for beauty would've gone with that, but Michelle comes from Nylon and CosmoGirl.
I like Jamilla Hoogenboom's edit, it's perfect for January, with a faint British Vogue/Foxman InStyle accessible vibe.
^hahaha I didn´t know. I´m not planning to see it, I can´t stand the new kid
I'm usually a fan of Kibbler but this cover editorial is awful.
I know next to nothing about this girl and what I have read in passing didn't pique my interest whatsoever. From a strictly red carpet and editorial point of view she dresses like she gets her fashion cues from her social media feed.
Where are the Chloe Seviginys of our times ? I guess that would be a contradiction in our day and age.
allure these days looks and feels like a fashion supplement. It lacks conviction in content, writing, and editorial design.
Man what a crying shame about allure. I miss the early days and mid 90s heyday with the attention grabbing imagery: model close ups, lively over-sized product still lifes and playful editorial design. And those fun, informational trips to the drugstore beauty department with make-up legends like Dick, Kevyn, Francois, Brigitte.
It was amazing! I have some editions lying around and they're still magical to flip through.
These days I can't buy it here and I don't miss it either. What a pity
Of all the magazines, I don't get how Allure has "failed" (imo, but maybe it hasn't) to properly "evolve" with beauty trends. Skincare and makeup are sooooo big now, almost bigger than fashion in some ways, Allure should be doing a better job, but it's just... yikes!