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Discussion in 'Vintage Magazines' started by Northern Star, Nov 18, 2009.
At work right now, but I will scan cover later this afternoon.
(my own scan)
Thank you for the cover image Northern Star!
is there one cover or several?
Wow!I may just like Georgia...
Don't know what to say about the cover right now.
Love this! She is lovely!
I like this cover. Simple but good. Thanks for scanning Star.
Can't wait to see contents.
Lovely cover, but the model is not..
I like this cover
nice cover. i love the softness of the colours, and georgia looks lovely. it's nice to see her with a more natural look.
There are 3 covers, this one, one with Lara Stone and one with Eva, Claudia and Helena.
There's also editorials with all of them and one with Jourdan Dunn
Also... Abbey Lee Kershaw and Shalom Harlow and Tanya V... basically it's a good issue.
agree. her face is bothering me
I can't wait Lara cover and eds
Whoa! Thought it was Lara Stone!
Thank you for scanning the cover, Northern Star. I haven't bought i-D in ages but with such good prospects of covers and eds, I may actually buy this one.
Lara Stone & "Lara Stone" on the covers of the same issue? Bit strange.
It really looks like a great issue. Looking forward to see other covers.
3 covers? interesting. can't wait to see lara's.
I love Georgia May and am so happy to see her getting more and more work, but I dislike this cover. She looks marmy and a bit frumpy. I just cannot stand the Victorian styling. Also, this reminds me a lot of Lara's W cover from this year. It really irks me that all of these editors keep preening Georgia May to look like Lara. Everyone keeps on calling her a "Lara rip-off," which is totally unfair to Georgia. It's not her fault that all of these magazine editors keep on styling her to look like Lara's doppelganger. If she really wants to have a career of her own-- and I think it is possible-- Georgia May needs to find her own uniqueness and embrace it.
Georgia has her mouth open in the same expression in every shot I've ever seen of her so I'm not so keen.