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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by serendipity8777, Sep 14, 2018.
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I don't think I've seen a cover before where the hairline becomes the focal point. And why is the chin not fully in the shot? What's going on?
With a bit of better framing, that would be a beautiful cover for i-D.
What the hell happened to this magazine?
The first in a sea of covers that I instantly admire! Simply gorgeous and such a natural pose. Definitely one I'll be getting.
Still think she's way overexposed....
What a beautiful attractive cover for a beauty magazine. I mean.. the colours
It's a lovely picture, I love the colours. Although she may be overexposed, she's a chameleon so I don't mind it too much. Her covers this year have all been quite different. It's a nice change to see her on a cover with a big smile.
Nothing but respect for MY president <3
2 good covers in a row. What changed at Allure to suddenly decide they want to do good covers now?
This makes me smile!!!! If I catch this on the newsstand I will definitely buy it, frame it and hang on the best corner of my room
Ph: Nadine Ijewere
Fashion Stylist: Jahleel Weaver
Hair: Yusef Williams
Makeup: Priscilla Ono
Manicure: Maria Salandra
This is so good!!!
Does anyone have Gemma's full ed in HQ? Great cover from Rihanna, obviously.
The digital version isn't out yet. As soon as it I'll post Gemma's ed.
This is stunning!
Photographer :- Nicolas Kantor
Fashion Editor/Stylist :- Katelyn Gray
Hair Stylist :- Marki Shkreli
Makeup Artist :- Emi Kaneko
Manicurist :- Geraldine Holford
Model :- Gemma Ward
Lol now Allure can be Vogue too
Rihanna's shoot is stunning. I love everything about it.
Rihanna's ed is such a letdown. Very pretentious fashion school photography.
This has just turned up on zinio, so let's have a look... two covers are listed in the credits - personally, I don't know how they manage to make Rihanna look so bad on the second one, it's like a miracle in reverse.
This issue comes in just under 200 pgs.
The editor's letter bigs up female founders of make-up lines, particularly women of colour. There's an article which asks, "how do you capture the scent of something which has no odour?" which is centred on developments at Cartier. Then it's the future - and futility of - personalised vitamin supplements.
Allure then investigates essential oils, which probably have more drawbacks than benefits. If in doubt - don't. Then it's a peek at people's bathrooms, a brief history of Lancome's Juicy Tubes, a look behind the scenes at QVC, and then an article that tries to convince you that the products mentioned in Allure's "Best of Beauty" have absolutely nothing to do with advertising dollars. It's OK, we know you need to pay your mortgage. And it's only mascara and moisturiser, everyone is reinventing the wheel, and a biased review is nothing new.
The editorials open with the Rihanna cover story, then it's those airbrushed shots of Gemma. There's another short 6 pg editorial, GLAM ROCKS, shot by Nastassia Bruckin, with models Iana Godnia and Riane Herzig, styled by Stella Greenspan. THE WORKBOOK is a studio-shot 8 pg series with Hyunji Shin, Callie Dixon and Ajak Deng, covering eyeliner and hair.
The back page article is a flatlay shot of Aquaria's make-up kit, nothing of note. This entire issue is chronically devoid of content. Rihanna is gorgeous, but it all goes downhill after the cover shot, and if you have no interest in the second (or third or fourth) coming of Gemma, there's not much else to see here.