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Discussion in 'Vintage Magazines' started by tarsha, Oct 27, 2010.
source | scanned by sanja
quite nice, but i don't really like it
erin always has that piercing stare- i love it.
she looks kinda harsh, but i love it all the same
looks like an image i ve seen of her before
Preview of Erin's editorial
Irina Lazareanu also has an editorial inside.
Erin is still workin it after all these years. She looks great! Love her.
Don't care for Erin, but I have to admit I like the new cover layout.
I just bought the issue, and I like the theme of the "slashers" even though they hype it a bit. I think it's kind of inspiring to see people try different things and being motivated and ambitious in trying new things, expressing themselves through diverse arts.
But when it comes to the 4 models they chose to represent the movement, I think it kind of fails. I mean I dont deny these models have talent etc, but they use three different words to show they do many things when these words all consist in pretty much the same thing or are very close in meanings, and no offense to models or their work, but I think its a bit weird to call modelling a talent... I'd consider it more like a gift... ?
Just like being a muse...?
Anyway, the pictures are pretty, and reading some of the interviews are interesting. I never get bored of Erin.
Alexandra Richards Jalouse magazine 11/2010 x 10
thank you for amazing scans!
i like the cover and the style in erin editorial really looks like her personal style!!l i love it!!
I love Erin but this looks like "déjà-vu" all over again, like Kate Moss' pics it's always the same creative that the editors and photographers come up with and her editorial is very boring except for 2 pics maybe
edit: Saint Demon
ph: Edouard de Laurot
model: Zoe Lund
Irina L. by Paul Schmidt, style Anne Sophie Thomas