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Discussion in 'Vintage Magazines' started by Pedro, Sep 10, 2010.
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...sorry but whenever she gets in front of the lens it always is a mess. Especially after Phoebe's flawless cover.
This is actually them both put together right? Freaky, and i love it!
The beard thing was done on Kate Moss for V mag and now it's on her. Well, I love her and would love to know about her more, so I may be buying this issue.
I love it!
Sorry Inez but Kate's beard is better.
I've been eagerly anticipating the new issue. The debut issue with Phoebe on the cover was fantastic. This cover is certainly visually striking but I can't wait to see the content.
I think I've never in my life laughed so much at a magazine cover. What is up with this HORROR?
look funny but i see in V in other places
I would have really love to seen this without the beard sometimes when mags try to venture into "quirky" it seems too contrive. Aside from the face the composition and styling seems to fit the aesthetic of what Gentlewomen is doing.
Inez should def. stay -behind- the camera.
Sure does catch my attention...but not sure if that's in a good way! Thanks for posting, Pedro!
Freaky!! Ha...but I like it!
really eye catching. hope the interview and editorials inside are good
what the hell is this about? I don't really get the point of the beard, its useless
well she put a woman with a beard on the cover of fashion mag, kudos
I always have to think of Halsman's Dali-Mona-Lisa, that photo is burned in my head
I got this today, I like it even more than the last issue.
The main editorials are Eniko Mihalik by Terry Richardson, Abbey Lee by Willy Vanderperre, and Tanga Moreau by Anuschka Blummers.
Features on Inez, Julia Davis, Yoko Ono, various industry people, and apples
To be honest, I never really read the last issue, even though I bought it. So I guess this will be the issue for me, since its Inez.
I'm intrigued to read the article actually. The contents sounds good, especially Eniko by Terry Richardson.
Well... this is awkward... the cover is really visually appealing until you see the facial hair then it veers into the "what the heck were they thinking" train of thought.
content seems good.