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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by jorgepalomo, Sep 16, 2020.
Achenrin Madit photographed by Grace Ahlbom.
I don’t even particularly like the Achenrin Madit cover, but compared to the others it’s a goddamned masterpiece.
I don’t know if I’m more dazed or confused by all these powerful messages!
That third cover , last one is solid, overall not good, I am glad dazed is woke
Okay, is it so impossible to express a message through photography? Why do they keep doing this? Who came up with this? Who thought it's a good idea? Who buys this? Is anyone in the whole wide world even remotely inspired by this load of crap? I mean, come on. It's just st*pid at this point. Now that every ''fashion'' magazine on the planet did it, can we finally move on? Please? God.
Is it too much to ask for some escapism from at least 1 fashion magazine this fall without being lectured and disciplined?
Two of those types they used for the covers should burn in hell. I won't bother reading the red one but just from the look of it, I would guess it's a Nazi manifesto.
Do I get a honorary degree in social science if I buy and read this issue?
In a sudden, all the fashion magazine are schooling their readers like the readers’ intellectuality has long been tarnished, well, by reading fashion magazine.
Maybe it's what reading Jenny Holzer quotes on Tumblr/IG for 10 years does to editors under 35
crying over the accuracy of this comment
They obviously wante dto put out the last cover but had to appear woke. We need colourful, hopeful imagery from magazines. Being woke for 10 minutes doesnt help anyone, more people will see the message inside the magazine than many not buying because of the ridiculous covers.
Dazed is essentially a youth magazine and I love the first cover it’s gorgeous
Dazed probably thought the first cover is so cool but to me, it looks like a ransom letter. Nothing pleasing about that. The rest is too try-hard to even regard. The cancerous effect of Farneti. I imagine he will only feel more emboldened after seeing these covers.
If you want to see fashion ever again submit to our ideology!
I mean this feels very much mid 2000s Dazed, they used to do artsy ~deep~ covers if I'm not mistaken. Although there were more issues per year so I guess it wasn't that disappointing.
Whatever... But I love the collage cover
Photographer: Grace Ahlbom
Stylist: Emma Wyman
Hair: Mustafa Yanaz
Makeup: Emi Kaneko
Model: Achenrin Madit