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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by honeycombchild, Oct 31, 2012.
I don't like this, the angle is all wrong on her face, the expression is off, and the make-up is too much, especially with the hair like that! And then the text layout has never been this annoying, that i can remember, naming all of the Women of the year is ridiculous!
Thanks so much for the snap.
i love it..the pose..the minimal use of colours and even the text
Stunning but i'm biased! I love the monochrome palette...
i love her!
it's a stunning image, although a bit boring. she has such gorgeous skin and loving the make-up from what i can see.
beautiful image, just her hair looks a bit too sleek here
Almost too similar to what Salma's November cover looked like, with the black fonts and white background. For a December cover the colours and stark cover shot leave me cold. I'm wondering when Justine Picardie's first issue is.
Here's a clearer version of the cover that I cleaned up a little:
She's in Dior Haute Couture by Raf Simons
I love the cover but then again it's Marion - she is incredibily beautiful and photogenic and I always love seeing her on covers.
Gorgeous cover but I always cringe whenever I see the font
Her again? She's been on a magazine cover every month this entire year. I'm in overload mode!
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yep her again but she looks beautiful
Love the cover very much, but then I adore her, so whatever she does is beautiful. Another mag to buy this month.
I always adored her but after seeing her in Rust & Bone... I am happy to see her on the cover of any magazine any months
This is a typical Bazaar cover, but Marion is just gorgeous. Very simple and classy cover.
Marion really makes this cover great. Salma aside, I think Harper's Bazaar has been one of the more consistent UK magazines.
Not so crazy about it.
Marion looks very cool on the cover. I rather like the starkness of it, this sort of shot works well for the month it comes out in. And I'm thrilled to see the names of some really amazing ladies as "women of the year," from Jessica to Michelle, Harpers Bazaar has rounded up a great list of women to pay respect to.
could have been better but it'd ok