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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by Marc10, Mar 19, 2021.
Gag! Not what I was expecting and I’m here for all of it!
I love it. Love the use of contrast colors in the make up. Kinda look like Emily Blunt here.
Oh, I absolutely NEED this!
Is it me or here she looks a lot like Lady Gaga?
I definitely see it too! Great cover nevertheless, love the colors.
Not what one would expect from reading the thread title! I love the use of color, orange and purple are a natural combination even though Halloween has co-opted them...
The cover is good.
But WAIT! Why is the cover image in square shape? Does that mean they change the format to the square shape like they did to Fantastic Man?! I certainly hope not!!!!
I think (and hope) that’s just because of Instagram that the image is squared.
Great cover. Was not expecting an image with heavy make up.
that huge orange frame could’ve been thinner IMO
always here for Scarlett
I think the frame is just that way so it fits in the classic Instagram square, but the actual cover looks like this:
my screenshot from The Gentlewoman’s insta stories
oh! that actually makes a huge difference! I like it much more!
thank you for sharing @KINGofVERSAILLES
She looks like Bobo the clown - very fitting
Appreciate Scarlet causes some issues when she appears, but in a purely photographic context, she's always delivered for me. She's so photogenic and seems to be able to pull off almost anything.
Did it really take I&V to achieve this?
I was not expecting this cover, but I'm pleasantly surprised. Reminds me of the old-school Scarlett who I adored when she just started.
The irony of giving Scarlett Johansson a cover right now, all things considered. Way too ironic.
So Penny can keep the hipster layout and Dua Lipa makeup, I'll pass on all of it, thanks.
Wait, why is it ironic?
Seems there's no frame on the hard copy
Because the timing is so off what with the current conversation about Asian representation and stereotypes? I know they probably worked on this some time back, but even back then Scarlett already had a troublesome public image.