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Discussion in 'Vintage Magazines' started by tarsha, Jan 5, 2010.
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I really can't stress enough how annoyed I am at US Bazaar for putting this on it's cover.
Only for the sake of pure commercialism. Excuse my ignorance, but what the hell is she promoting?
That smile of hers makes me want to cringe and burn all my magazines. On a lighter note.. I like the backdrop.
Oh God, tell me that's a joke, that's awful , she's awful.
WTH? OMG! So not buying and so not excited
Harper's Bazaar is one of my least favourite fashion magazines, so I couldn't care any less about who they have put on their cover but I am looking forward to the outrage that people will express about it. It looks like it will be fun.
Also, from a pure aesthetic perspective, her smile is a real challenge to airbrush into something less unattractive than usual. This will sound horrible and I don't say this of a lot people, but Miley Cyrus really doesn't look her best when she smiles widely.
Another disappointing cover from US Harper's Bazaar, although in light of their recent years of covers (and cover stars), I'm hardly surprised. I can't really judge the cover from a photography perspective by this half a preview alone, though.
Really, though, US Harper's Bazaar clearly hasn't got a clear view on who their target audience is and should be, as Miley Cyrus fans are largely too young to be able to appreciate the contents of a fashion publication. I'm sure they will buy this issue all the same, because Cyrus fans as a group are almost as whacko as those of Britney Spears, but much like some of the magazine's other recent covers, this really speaks a lot of the (financial) situation and content-wise crisis the magazine currently finds itself in; I'll say it out loud -- the increasing irrelevance of US Harper's Bazaar.
This really has "inspired by Hannah Montana: The Movie ticket & DVD sales" written all over it. Can anyone spell r-e-c-e-s-s-i-o-n?
What is this? I don't even...
Miley Cyrus? Oh god....ewww.
Oh lawwwwddd :<
oh God can Harper's Bazaar be any more desperate?
OK, agree to everyone but... it will sell
This is awful. Really. I don't care whether it will sell or not, this is just incredibly tacky and bad. I really hope she won't be on the subscribers cover.
My first thought: Miley Cyrus????
I kinda like the cover,though
The styling is so off on her, though, she looks like one of those overdone teen beauty pageants. Miley is just as young as she looks here, and yet Harper's Bazaar still went for the adult "Hollywood glamour" look. It really doesn't become her; she just lacks the age and poise to carry the part. The much needed elegance just isn't there. This whole look would've been more appropriate on someone more mature, a classic beauty like, say, Liv Tyler.
Glad to see a darker background from US Harper's Bazaar, though. A most welcome change. Too bad it came with Miley Cyrus.
On another note, I forgot to mention earlier my shock when I first thought the thread title read "US Vogue February 2010: Miley Cyrus". Apparently my eyes skipped a line or two there. HAHAHAHA
The year has badly started and this
This is unacceptable!!
I'm a grown a*s woman, and do NOT want Disney stars on my fashion magazines, for gods sake HB is so pathetic, Glenda has managed to completely run this, once icnoic, magazine in the ground! I mean she doesnt look as bad here as she did on Elle, but this is a nightmare. No wonder they are doing 11 issues this year.
What the f*ck was going through Glenda Bailey's head when she put MILEY CYRUS on the cover of HARPER'S BAZAAR. Jesus. First Elle, I pray to God Anna isn't getting any ideas. I'm officially over American fashion magazines, if these are the kind of people they are featuring.