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Discussion in 'Vintage Magazines' started by IAmLordZen, Aug 27, 2010.
i like the Sofia cover
Quentin looks as always... but like Sofia´s cover... maybe could be there less fonts on her legs...
They look very cheap and fan-made. Don't like.
^I actually think a bit like you however Quentin's picture is way better than Sophia's but yeah in the end the layout (which is the same) on both covers looks cheap and fan-made yeahh but I guess this is how L'Uomo Vogue covers are going to look like in the future since they already used that style for the previous Daniel Ratcliffe's cover.
They aren't awful but not great either, a bit blah. I prefer Sophia's.
Both covers are rather bland.
Quentin's expression is perfect. It's so Quentin. Sofia's cover is great too.
It's funny that they chose these two people for the cover considering they used to go out.
Why does L'Uomo Vogue who is Vogue Italia's brother have bad covers?! L'Uomo Vogue should be as fashion-forward as Vogue Italia but with male models on its cover.
-part from an interview of Franca Sozzani, editor-in-chief of Vogue Italia, to iqons.com about L’Uomo Vogue.
she said it better than I ever could.
Nothing special about these covers, but Sofia does look beautiful.
I like Quentin's cover..
Somehow Quentin's cover is rather scary... but I don't know... I think he looks like that most of the time. Sofia looks beautiful as always but its a rather bland photograph. I wish instead L'Uomo had done a close up of Sofia and a further away shot of Quentin. They should have just reversed the two. Also thats pretty funny they chose to put two people who dated before, oh irony!