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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by serendipity8777, Jan 3, 2019.
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Simply gorgeous! It's actually almost US Vogue-level. Although I wish the makeup team would've amped it up with more striking colours. She looks somewhat anemic here. And a smile wouldn't hurt.
The coverlines are of course cringeworthy, but this magazine, like Tatler should be taken with a decent amount of wit.
it looks like she´s been photoshopped into oblivion lol wow
My God is so bad. It looks so amateur.
Who was the illustrator that drew Anne?
"Mommy, are we rich?" I can't.
I love the look of this. It has that old-school US Vogue feel from how poised Anne Hathaway is here to how the blue Town & Country masthead complements the dress. A thumbs up from me!
I love it ... the art direction has vibes and similar composition from Elle Decor circa 1989-90
This is blue chip for sure, very US Vogue
Photos by Francesco Carrozzini:
Source email from Hearst Magazines.
More of Anne Hathaway by Francesco Carrozzini:
"Mommy, Are We Rich?"
"Etiquette for the New Pot Elite"
"Let's Just Move to New Zealand"
THIS COVER IS HILARIOUS!
The shot of Anne smiling in the polka dot dress is the best of the bunch and an absolutely missed cover opportunity.
This could be a VOGUE cover story, beautiful editorials, beautiful Hathaway
The alternate cover looks perfect, actually. Anne looks stunning and playful. I really want to get this just to read those articles, which caused this cover to 'trend.' Good for T&C, I guess.
Got this in the mail today. 112 pages.
"What Price Wisdom"
P: Francesco Carrozzini
S: Nicoletta Santoro
No fashion edit this month. Stories include "An Etiquette Guide for the New Pot Elite", "How to Get on the Forbes 400", "The End of Cash", and Jean Louis Deniot
This magazine has always been hilarious (given its audience and all) but they are getting more and more criminal with their photoshop. They destroyed her face.