UK Harper's Bazaar May 2018 by Agata Pospieszynska

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  1. amby

    amby Active Member

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    This is the subscriber cover.

    Source @bazaaruk Instagram

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  2. Benn98

    Benn98 Well-Known Member

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    Stunning! So dreamy, yet with a distinct summer mood. Wonder if the model also got the main cover. I'm assuming it's a model because I've never heard of her.
     
  3. vogue28

    vogue28 Mod Squad Team Leader

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    Review - 218 Pages.

    THE ART OF BEAUTY
    Models: Shanelle Nyasiase, Loane Normand, Ellen Rosa, Hoyeon Jung, Ina Jensen, Wayne Booth & He Jing
    Photographer: Alexandra von Fuerst
    Stylist: Carine Roitfeld
    15 Photos

    YOUNG HEARTS YOUNG FREE
    Models: Alderney Street, Bianca Redmerski, Bibi Abdulkadir, Charlotte Lindvig & Saska Ingham
    Photographer: Agata Pospieszynska
    Stylist: Charlie Harrington
    14 Photos

    LOVE IN A WARM CLIMATE
    Model: Alanna Arrington
    Photographer: Michelangelo Di Battista
    Stylist: Miranda Almond
    11 Photos


    The newsstand cover is indeed from the Agata Pospieszynska story, with models Bibi, Saska and Charlotte in the cover shot.
     
  4. KateTheGreatest

    KateTheGreatest Well-Known Member

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    ^Thank you for the review. :heart:

    Quite like the cover, I want to see more.
     
  5. amby

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    Newsstand cover: Bibi Abdulkadir, Charlotte Lindvig and Saska Ingham by Agata Pospieszynska

    Source @bazaaruk Instagram

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  6. kokobombon

    kokobombon Well-Known Member

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    I like both covers but the newsstand´s is just so dreamy and interesting, I´m glad they took a chance on that image :)
     
  7. MON

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    Edward’s diversity issue is SHAKING!

    This is exactly my point! A diverse cover without having to use it as a selling point. Bridal Issue, plain and simple.

    Just effing beautiful
     
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    ^but you´ll also find people saying that the black girl is an accessory to the white girls (like many times in the past, in these forums)...
     
  9. Benn98

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    But this edition followed a multi-racial casting approach before it was bandied about as the phrase du jour. And they don't use it as their selling point or fold it into their mission statement like you know who.....
     
  10. Miss Dalloway

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    ^ Seriously? I have a digital subscription, and with each issue i get to loathe this magazine more! (got it cheap so i still check it out, usually only once, never to revisit it again!) First of all it is full of lily white faces, usually no diversity. This cover spread has FOUR bland white models, and only 1 WOC, and we should somehow congratulate them? At least gorgeous Alanna has an ed of her own, something that happens seldom.

    But Edward has employed more diversity in only 6 issues (so far) than they have done in decades. If anything Bazaar seems so freaking dated to me, like they are stuck at some god forsaken country tea party, which would make me feel more like a hostage than a guest, wanting to take my eyes out with the fork from sheer boredom.

    And for gods sake can Picardie stop with her nostalgia pages, and Chanel obsession?!

    These covers are so clueless to me, they try so hard at making "effortless" images, but it's never that, just insipid covers that are not even part of the conversation. They might sell well (for them), but they are nowhere near in the league of Vogue, so i doubt anyone is shaking in their boots over issues like this.
     
  11. honeycombchild

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    Newsstand cover looks nice on the shelves. It’s also packaged with a 14ml spray of Miller Harris’ Rose perfume, which is actually a fairly decent gift. Haven’t seen Miller Harris be included as a GWP before.
     
  12. tigerrouge

    tigerrouge don't look down

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    When it comes to diversity, I wonder most what Tatler will do, given the demographics of its readership.
     
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    YOUNG HEARTS RUN FREE
    Photographer: Agata Pospieszynska
    Stylist: Charlie Harrington
    Hair: Kota Suizu
    Make-Up: Polly Osmond
    Models: Bianca Redmerski, Bibi Abdulkadir, Charlotte Lindvig & Saska Ingham

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    UK Harper's Bazaar Digital Edition
     
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    UK Harper's Bazaar Digital Edition
     
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    ART OF BEAUTY (Global Ed)
    Photographer: Alexandra von Fuerst
    Stylist: Carine Roitfeld
    Hair: Olivier Schawalder
    Make-Up: Kanako Takase
    Models: Shanelle Nyasiase, Loane Normand, Ellen Rosa, Hoyeon Jung, Ina Jensen, Wayne Booth & He Jing

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    UK Harper's Bazaar Digital Edition
     
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    LOVE IN A WARM CLIMATE
    Photographer: Michelangelo Di Battista
    Stylist: Miranda Almond
    Hair: Roku Roppongi
    Make-Up: Lotten Holmqvist
    Model: Alanna Arrington

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    UK Harper's Bazaar Digital Edition
     
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    PASTELS
    Photographer: Lara Jade
    Stylist: Florrie Thomas
    Hair: Shukeel Murtaza
    Make-Up: Caroline Barnes
    Model: Hanna Verhees

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    UK Harper's Bazaar Digital Edition
     
  18. vogue28

    vogue28 Mod Squad Team Leader

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    Despite everything showcased here being more or less the same old from British Harper's Bazaar, you cannot NOT applaud Justine Picardie for putting out a newsstand cover with an unconventional, bold and visually-appealing cover shot like this. Nice one, Justine!
     

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