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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by dodencebt, May 2, 2021.
+ two editorial previews!
WOW! This cover is perfect from the color scheme to the image itself.
This is the third consecutive time that I'm impressed by this edition.
Kudos to Edward for producing stunning covers since April.
One more from her interview. It looks like this is everything though, unless there's more in print that won't be published digitally.
Thanks god no radioative green hair
Fun. A tad too on the nose in terms of switching up to the other extreme spectrum of her silly usual cartoon-style persona. But since subtlety/subversion/the unexpected concept are a thing of the past in the industry in 2021-- and she is very pretty (although she looks like she's being forced into it with the grumpy expression. Or is that her attempting sultry???) with a bombshell body, with styling that recalls Blond Ambition-era Madonna by Gaultier, I’ll take it.
Is this Vogue US? Where is the British inside the O? Someone is so eager for that Vogue US job.
The cover is good, it could be better if she have more expression and not just staring at the camera. The ed is not good she literally have the same face in every pictures.
Nice cover, I'm just happy that they haven't dressed her with those hideous baggy clothes she usually wears.
I love it, but I have to say I wasn’t expecting something like this so soon from her.
I was just talking to a friend yesterday about how I feel she's about to undergo an image rebrand. And here we are.
Wow I didn't see this switch up coming. I'm so used to her baggy clothing, tomboy look that this almost looks jarring, if not a bit contrived. She does look gorgeous tho, I'm now very interested to see how this will evolve into her new album era.
What a get from Edward, again. If there's one cover this year that will "break the internet", it will be this one.
She looks super uncomfortable, and that's because she's playing dress up in Madonna's old corset.
They want to make her "fashion" so bad, but she's basically just a girl who sings, not a bombshell. Her dead in the face expression doesn't help this look.
I am similar to Billie and quite top heavy - these looks just aren’t working for her shape but I like the new look
Bettie Page meets Courtney Love. It's beautiful! Still awkward to me because she was like 17 yesterday, but I know she will turn 20 this year. Great job Edward!
Absolutely not what I was expecting to see her transition into at all but it’s a glorious cover, love the palette that runs through it all.
It's a hard pass for me.
I can see it coming now;
She dresses in baggy clothes because she doesn't want people commenting on her body and treating her like a piece of meat to, dressing like a bombshell and then giving everyone hell for commenting on her body and treating her like a piece of meat.
I'm already tired of this schtick.
Wow, this is unexpected. Definitely, I’ll take it. The colors are beautiful, she looks stunning and the way she played with her image and told “f*ck you” to all people that talked about her body. I’m sure this was an empowering experience for her.
Looks great, everything works here for me. Feels a bit odd to see Billie like this but fair play to her for wanting to switch it up and get people talking.
I just read it got over a million likes on Instagram in under 6 minutes, so I expect it’ll sell like hot cakes. I know social media likes don’t always equal sales but there’s no better buying power than that of young, rabid pop star fans. Smart move all round.
Uncomfortable. That’s all I see. It’s all over her face.
I wouldn't say forced but definitely pressured, not in that career strategy kind of way, just.. in how society does it with all of us. She does look amazing, and I love the mild AF Vandevorst-ish vibes of the story here, but there's a layer of sadness when you take into account the environment she's grown up in (typical LA family taking the kids away from school and having them work nonstop) and how she's tried to navigate it given her huge amount of success. Her previous style wasn't exactly authentic but the criticism she received as soon as people got a glimpse of her body was horrible, calling her MILF or saying things like 'so that's what you've been hiding'.. can't imagine dealing with that at her age, so now this feels more like an admission of some type of guilt or 'have it your way, guys', than anything remotely close to empowerment.