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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by jorgepalomo, Sep 3, 2019.
I'm ecstatic! Such a stunning cover, I couldn't be more satisfied!! It's an instant clasic! We'll just pretend this is September and that Lindbergh disaster never happened.
^^ I know, right? I mean, look at that face! Kaia is such a stunner. This issue is a must have
Could it not get better? Wow, it’s just refreshing that image. Art direction is meh but that photo.
Stunning, very last century. The editorial is boring though
Wow, what a cover to wake up to this morning! She is stunning & works so well with Meisel.
How lucky are we to have had four Meisel covers this year, Which have all been stunning.
It’s classic Meisel and Joe to be fair, they’re on Avedon autopilot mode. I kinda enjoy that the editorial images are so different from the cover. Reeks of classic Vreeland tricks, invite the consumer to a friendly cover image and them inside be a wacky adventure with the Comme.
She's celebrating her 18th birthday today with a British Vogue cover. Well done.
now that‘s what a cover should look like!
Such a beautiful cover: clean and elegant! The tones are so delicate. Maybe the """"bad"""" thing is that the styling makes her look more like an adult woman than a young girl, but this is just my feeling.
Must say the previews look very similar to The Swan, would've prefered it if they were more like the cover but I'm sure going to enjoy this regardless. Hopefully there's more editorials by Meisel inside.
Playing dress up again hehe.
Love love love but why are they stuck in this retro mode? okay, don’t care because it’s so beautiful
^It's safer and easier (and far more beautiful tbh) than coming up with a whole new direction. I'd literally prefer it if everyone stopped trying to be indie, edgy and cool with their artsy visions and just did this instead lol
I don’t care for the editorial shots too much but absolutely love the cover. It’s so overwhelming but I’m really here for it.
Same, I hate this styling. Otherwise she looks lovely, but I wanted to see something more youthful.
love the cover, the editorial is meh
Love the cover so 60’ but in tired Meisel copy Avedon Style the last editorial of Vogue Uk more marc jacobs campaing look like a Acedon copycat
Lovely photo. Would’ve zoomed it further though. That beautiful face was overpowered by what she’s wearing.
Goodness, Edward step out of your comfort zone. Another plain background cover, and a studio editorial.
Wish Edward would step out his comfort zone too sometimes but at the same time, I love it! It’s classic and glamourous