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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by iluvjeisa, Nov 7, 2006.
OMG!!! Hope it’s for a cover too!
That would be absolutely amazing! Finger's crossed, I would love to see her on VP.
Looks more like a trailer for the next burning man festival than a ground breaking creativity issue. I don't feel it...
I fear a mess incoming.
The landscape looks beautiful, but reading the bolded part in MDNA's post already tells me it we're in for another dose of last summer's awful covers.
Creativity: 3 people in rags, dancing in the desert...
I would like to remind Condé Nast that Vogue is a Fashion magazine.
There's absolutely nothing creative about that dreadful teaser. What on earth are they wearing? It's so ugly and uninspired already, and the month hasn't even started.
The other day I thought it was perfect timing for Christiane Arp to leave German Vogue just in time before the Creativity Issue (maybe the reason why she left, because she felt too alien from the concept of creativity) and almost got excited for the March issues. Seeing this teaser, the movements and music choice all seem very dated and not Vogue worthy. Sorry to say, but I think I have seen chewing gum commercials circa 2006 with similar concepts.
The March cover star of Vogue China is He Cong.
Vogue should already be creative by presenting fashion in a unique perspective that makes the reader fantasize; this whole creative issue thing is a hype for something mediocre to get some bucks.
If they were doing their job they wouldn’t need to unite on this « creative » subject.
Harpers UK - Carey Mulligan by Quentin Jones.
Carolyn Murphy shared a story on her Instagram and she’s on set with Karen Elson. there are more models on set (it looks like it at least) so I wonder what could that be...
Nowadays when top models are shot together it most likely is a Luigi & Iango shoot.
Jimmy Paul has done the hair on the shoot, Karen Elson credits him on her insta stories.
Ah so that rules them out I guess. Thanks for the info!
Karen looks magnificent... can't wait to see what they're shooting for! Just imagine Meisel reuniting his old favorites... ahh, hope is a dangerous thing for a woman like me to have, but I have it lol
GQ UK- March 2021 - Joe Biden
An okay cover with blue and red cover layout. He was smiling on the first cover. The second one involves an airplane.
So strange to me how often UK (and others) magazines focus on American politics. Then again, American magazines certainly feature their fair share of British royals, so I guess it’s even.
Edit: just looked at the covers. The photo they used for the airplane cover is 9 years old and has already been widely seen numerous times over the years. Sad.