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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by vogue28, Jan 2, 2019.
I love it! very regal
OMG! Justine is very good editor. This is so good
I like how this is a striking shot in its own right, but also that the cover makes mention of fashion and history, female political figures, the unity of nations... my mind ran away with all the levels that could work on, between then and now.
A lovely shot. I love how regal and elegant she looks. So classy - no pout or other gimmick in sight. Her makeup gives me Carolyn Bessette Kennedy.
It looks a little boring to me. It needs something more interesting.
This is such a stunning cover! Shows how beautiful Saoirse is and does her far better justice than her US Vogue cover. I just love how Bazaar has executed this - just like last month, I know straight away the film she's promoting without it being tacky or costumey. Nice to see her finally getting a UK cover too.
Sorry guys but I think that is a odd shot. Its so unnatural, the lips, the eyes... She looks like a wax statue . The styling is stunning tho.
I agree the lips look unnatural; it's the first thing that grabbed my attention. They shouldn't have overlined her mouth that much.
Saoirse doesn't really need to do gimmicky poses fo you to be stunned by her. I love this cover very regal and strong.
Wow, stunning cover!! Erik Madigan Heck is back with a bang. Indeed very regal, and slightly cold, but such a classic beauty. Looks instantly collectable. I'm more impressed that it's not only a perfect accompaniment to that movie, but it also lives up to this magazine's aesthetic. After Mary Poppins and this, Justine should do movie covers!
It'll be interesting to see this on the newsstand next to Vogue. Two strong beauty covers.
How beautiful and how romantic. I keep saying this, but this magazine is the epitome of everything British. You can almost smell the nature from this image.
I have a feeling that Miuccia's latest Prada collection--minus the sock-shoe atrocity--would look exquisite in fashion editorials and covers. Harper's Bazaar UK certainly validates that. I love the styling and her overall presence here, but I'm not sure with the background. It comes off christmas-y to me. Something like a posh living room would be more suitable in my opinion.
She looks stunning. It's a great cover. Unlike the film, that judging by the trailer, they would have to pay me to see.
Saorise's eyes have always added a bit of sharp, cold beauty to her look but the natural shape of her mouth has always balanced that look out quite nicely. So for me, the overlining of her mouth makes her looks so much more stern and older than she is. It's a great cover, regardless.
This is STUNNING!
This is jaw dropping, and the reason why Harper's remains my favorite.
The digital issue is out. The main editorial is the best I´ve seen Saoirse in print yet.
I really love the cover but Saoirse hardly looks like herself. It's like they took away her unique beauty.
The Queen & I
Can't believe this was in fact shot in America......
Photographer: Erik Madigan Heck
Stylist: Leith Clark
Hair: Jordan M
Makeup: Sam Addington
Manicure: Karie Welch
Cast: Saiorse Ronan
UK Harper's Bazaar Digital Edition