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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by MissMagAddict, Aug 15, 2018.
The Shape of Things to Come
Letter from the Editor
Totally insipid. ID wants it’s editorial back.
Alastair is the through-line here.
Obvs beyond belief
Willy / Alastair. Fashion industry grates
She looks like a deer in the headlight. I can't believe someone whose beauty is as captivating as Adesuwa's could capture such misstep. And the styling? I could almost tolerate this hideous Prada collection with the way several magazines styled some of the pieces lately (namely UK Bazaar's "Wild Is the Wind" editorial with Jacquelyn Jablonski, that Fran Summers editorial in British Vogue's September Issue, and US Vogue's August Issue with Saoirse Ronan). The key is to not take Miuccia's gratuitous layering too literally and the way NYT Style did here is exactly just that.
Hideous. Hideous. A dozen times hideous. What's wrong with the fashion industry and this goddamn disgusting styling where they just throw on all the ugly coats they find and gag all over it?! What's with the super annoying Prada clothes (those goddamn hats for old fishing men) and the dreadful models? I just want this awful era to finally end and NEVER come back!!
In the future, when the media gets around to recycling things from this moment in time, I wonder what themes will define the feel of things.
A Contemplative State
In Fashion: Fall’s
in the Light of Day
Fall’s Best Open-Toed Heels,
Modeled by Men
Great job by Willy Vanderperre! I love the compositions, the balance of colors, the exposition, the perspective, and angles. He nailed it. Awesome typographic work.
Nostalgic Scarf Prints Come Back Into View
Dipti Sharma's editorial is just wow!!
T Magazine Fall Women's Fashion 2018
A Dress is Like a Passaporto,no?
Photogrpaher: Johnny Duport
Styling: Suzanne Koller
Hair: Gary Gill
Make Up: Naomi Yoshida
^ Looks like they just got what was available after the Valentino show and called it a day.
I'm getting this. I love it.
MAS no longer working at T ?