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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by JPineapple, Sep 22, 2020.
For a second I thought that was Michelle Visage.
I dont know either but prefer the first shot, something different about it. The second one seems like a Zoom shot and am over those.
Zzz, they only put a certain amout of issues out per year, they've merged, and yet we have what looks like editorial outtakes from a Vogue Spain filler editorial?
Talk about digging your own grave.
Yes, was taken via Zoom by Collier Schorr
I don't care for the art direction or the photography. They didn't take full advantage of the clothes either. That Gucci coat was beautiful on the runway, but it was not photographed properly. The whole vibe of that shot takes it into Marilyn Manson territory. Luckily for the second shot, the model's face saves it. Overall these two covers don't look modern or fresh. It's not 2018 anymore, so can we stop with this type of shoot already? Pave a new path for yourself Another!
That Janaya cover would've been amazing as a studio shot.
I guess Kim Kardashian also got a cover, her name is on both covers so I don’t think she only got a spread. In that case, she’ll be the highlight of the issue
Not Collier's annoying *** slapping her own image on the cover again. I can't stand the sight of that woman and her hideous photography. Nothing exciting about this at all.
The team... Katie Shillingford is unimpressive in term of skills; Ellie Grace Cumming is a nice girl but too goth; Fury is uninteresting in terms of journalism; Ben Cobb is no longer there; their contributors (like Olivier Rizzo and Willy W) are lazy and uninspired.
IMO, they should have Ib Kamara, Panos Yiapanis, Nicola Formichetti or even Jacob K. Even though I like Marc Ascoli. He should just retire and enjoy his life with Martine Sitbon. M/M would do something much better.
I don't know about Jacob K aka He Who Ruined Versace, but yes to everyone else. Formichetti is oddly tolerable when it comes to menswear.
Also, more Langley, more Kalonji, and more Press! I'm often more impressed with those short front section advertorials than the main content anyway.
‘the horror, the horror’
I like Anok’s cover and Susie’s too.
Love Anok's though it would have been better without those shorts
Willy does Juergen... and fails at it.
This magazine's content is usually nothing short of sleep inducing, meandering and pointless. Judging by the covers here, this issue will be...no exception.
Totally agree about talentless Shillingford and Gothy boring Cummings, and especially @Benn98 saying more Kelonji!
But Please...Cobb made everything look exactly how he dresses. Talk about one note, super boredom.
and id love to see who you’d take over Fury, who is one of the best and most informed journalists in the current fashion spectrum. He’s actually wasted at AnOther IMO.
so i`m gonna start
my 5 cents first. The issue is dull and i decided to skip it, there is few eds i love but not that much to buy the magazine
first one, and my favorite, its an homage to Robert Mapplethorpe, but very humble, Casper cached his spirit and didn`t copy his style which i love, this is how inspiration should look and this is how accessories shoot should be done. Crossdressed guys, kinky aesthetic, toned dancers bodies, however the girl is totally unnecessary and is not from here (thanks god we almost cant`t see her), they should book another more harsh face with more expressive features.
photographer: Casper Sejersen
style: Katie Shillingford & Ellie Grace Cumming
models: Amalie Adrian, Vincent Beier, Ina Maribo, Bona Fide, Chyn Lora, Jeuru, Oliver Thrane, Leo Serersen
without layout + few outtakes