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Discussion in 'Vintage Magazines' started by tarsha, Sep 14, 2010.
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I think it's sort of nice, although I am sure people are going to complain just because it's Blake. I feel so indifferent towards her.
oh my, Blake is pure perfection! I love seeing truly beautiful people on the magazine covers.
she looks pretty, but i'm so tired of seeing Blake always as a sexy goddess, with the same hair, poses and clothes... give her new role, she would model it perfectly!
She looks gorgeous on the cover
The 'That's One Sexy Haircut' font is so 90s. Not any better than her Vogue cover
she's pretty! i love Blake but I kinda bored seeing her in various cover of magazine in the past 3 months
wow Allure has a thread now
^ But it always had... If you don't mean anything different.
she looks awesome perfect recovery from this one which looked bad at the time but which i dont seem to mind alot now
I thought her previous cover was fine but this one's way better. She looks really lovely here. This is, by far, my favorite out of all her recent covers.
That's quite nice. But I prefer her May 2009 cover more.
Cover shot looks great but the text is eating her
I think it's horrible. It looks so overdone.
the cover i dislike and tired about same pictures of her in every editotial: gorgess dresses, shiny hair, sexy look
Love thec cover picture, but the lay out is hideous.
You can't see her through all the text!
That cover plays to her strengths - not too close on the face, with enough room to get in some tumbling blonde hair and a bit of boob.
I used to be a big fan of Allure, but in the past few months, I've really gone off the magazine. I can't say it's because of the editorial content, which is as strong as before - and which still regularly features black models, so that hasn't been a passing phase for them, which is pleasing to see.
Something about the overall tone of the magazine has changed, and it's now become too vapid to read. Not that it was ever an intellectual challenge, but it had a good range of features, including some fascinating first-person accounts of how someone came to terms with an aspect of their physical self. Maybe they're still in there, but they're now drowned out by a more idiotic approach - and sometimes, such a low page count that it's like purchasing a pamphlet.