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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by dodencebt, Dec 3, 2018.
^^I was pretty sure it's Remington but I didn't see her name in the credits, must've missed it.
They did Dua wrong by putting her with models... Binx is always a star!
Dua has such a vibrant personality that the coverstory feels weird.
The designer feature could be from American Vogue.
Power play is great! Adut is so versatile!
Such a weird issue. Uk Vogue is still quite weird to me.
I just feel like he can’t wait to get Anna’s job. This Vogue doesn’t have a real identity and is just a refreshed American Vogue with the same narrative.
Is this what his American Vogue is going to look like?
My subscription copy arrived last week and it's still sat in its wrapper. I downloaded the issue prior to receiving the print edition, and nothing has remotely motivated me to check out the content in print. The two covers aren't exactly... groundbreaking or motivational either.
Yet another Theo Sion offering for British Vogue which resembles a David Sims knockoff, and those stories by Kristin-Lee Moolman and Oliver Hadlee Pearch look like something Willy Vanderperre would do. A hard pass of an issue, for sure.
Here's just to hoping Edward isn't going to share the February cover story with W Magazine - again!