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Discussion in 'Vintage Magazines' started by Flashbang, Feb 1, 2010.
Really nice. Wasn't expecting her to have such cropped hair.
Another blurb overload. Not a fan of the cover star, not a fan of the cover either.
I think the cover is fantastic. But the cover would have looked better with less text on in my opinion. Her look on the cover makes me think of Mia Farrow's look in Rosemary's baby.
Photographed by Norman Jean Roy
The close-up shot with a big bow is so damn cute
↑ That's more like it! Agree with the very adorable fourth shot, but I love the 2nd and 3rd shots the most!
very old fashion photography, but lovely nonetheless ...
From the neck down it's a nice cover.
love the editorial, who is she? Never heard of her
She looks lovely
She looks so beautiful, love her hiarcut.
who is she?
She's playing Alice in Tim Burton's new version of Alice In Wonderland.
not a fan of the cover, too much text and stuff
I'm in love with the cover! And so happy for Mia!
Looks like I'll be getting this.
She looks fantastic! ....love this girl...definitely one to watch...
it's so nice to see a young actress on the cover of teen vogue who has already tackled some really interesting roles and brings with her some depth and interest....not just another giggling Disney star...though of course they have their place too.. but I really like Mia....she's smart and seems to have something to say..
Wow, she cuts her hair! Maybe for a new movie...
Nice cover especially because of the cute Mia, but it's always the same colours, and background for Teen Vogue.
I must be the only one who doesn't like this - hate her hair. The shots themselves aren't that bad though.
The cover has to much going on... The ed looks lovely though.
I think the cover should be for someone who has already made a name for themselves and not someone no one knows. At least wait until Alice & Wonderland comes out and Mia proves to be good in the movie.