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Discussion in 'Vintage Magazines' started by Style Savvy, Nov 10, 2010.
well, this is not controversial, this is disgusting...
I don't know if I have to laugh or applaud....
Ph: Patrick Demarchelier
Stylist: Katie Grand
you knew they would do this sooner or later.
i would personnaly laugh....he designs for women, he works and live for women...why isn't he able to make a good cover as a man, with no link with women ?? just to try
I really wish I could see this bigger. I really hope/wish they were going for a "Psycho" cover inspired by the film, where he could be both Marc and "Mrs. Jacobs" that would be so cool
I like the styling and the setting.. I'm not sure of how I feel about using Marc Jacobs but it does make for an interesting and eye-catching cover
and also, great legs
this current trend of making men dressed up as women or drags isn't not high fashion or beauty at all: it's bad and senseless! Why in the world would they try to do that when there's hundreds or fantastic male and female models?! Just like W tryin' to be the new Vanity Fair = the fashion world isn't working that hot these days...
I don't think moving within the frame is what fashion should be about.. ofcourse not everything that's pushing the envelope is going to succeed (like W) but at least something is happening instead of the same old same old formula.
seems like Drag is the hot new trend for magazines
it's the Candy effect...
source : brianboy.com
And his mid-life crisis just keeps going forward.
I wouldn't use the phrase "pushing the envelope" to describe what's happening over at W at all. If anything it's regressing.
I don't care what anyone's wearing on that cover - this is one magazine where I'm definitely more interested in the articles.
I think it's kinda cute.. haha
interested to see how this issue looks. the first one was printed and assembled so poorly. my girlfriend enjoyed reading it but I just couldn't get past how, despite their incredible access, amateur the final product felt in my hands.
my first thought when I saw this was, "why put Devendra Banhart on the cover?"
I see... another editor joining the drag bandwagon.