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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by Miss Dalloway, Jun 5, 2016.
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It reminds me of her sat Vogue cover. It feels a bit Cosmo?
I like it, though it´s heavily photoshoped isnt it?
I love her
She´s the best
I enjoy seeing Serena on covers, not just because of her achievements, but because of her strong and athletic figure. So it's a shame to see a Kim K style cover-up going on, where clothing is draped over the lower body, as if there's something we're not supposed to see.
stunning! the colours remind me of vintage Glamour covers
She looks so horrible on the cover, i hate her pose.
Vogue deux 2? I think it looks better, and more confident than the original. It's very brave of them to showcase her body like this. And all the coverlines (wow, there are actually just enough of it!) actually befits the image.
Maybe Anna should just leave Vogue and focus solely on consulting the rest of the titles. This is such a stunning pairing.
The jacket obscuring her hips is actually unflattering for her figure, if you ask me. If you've got a beautiful, strong, world-class athlete (and an Icon as far as I'm concerned) in a white leotard/one-piece bathing suit, don't obscure her figure. That said, I like that they chose her for a cover and she looks pretty, happy, and confident.
no, a horrible cover
Serena Williams photos by Norman Jean Roy
I'm on the fence with the HQ, better than I thought the preview looked, still, not the most flattering photo of Serena.
Sources: Glamour, Huffingtonpost.com, justjared.com
The second pic is great, I love the motion. The third one -
I envy those arms!
I don't understand why people are acting like this is the worst cover ever, well... maybe I do, but I won't go there.
The "Women Are Strong As Hell" Issue??
That third shot....oh dear!!!
Someone at Glamour has been watching The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, that's the only reasonable explanation.
I wonder if these people are also the ones who constantly whine about Kerry Washington and Zoe Saldana never being on a Vogue cover? Or praise every Lupita cover under the sun. What your implying may still be a problem with society at large but I think we at the fashion spot are a lot more liberal than that. So you keep that card in your pocket. Just sayin.
And to be honest I think people are more taken aback by her very strong physique. I'm a big fan of her tennis career so I've come to embrace it as strain and powerful other may not be so familiar with what it's capable of.