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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by vogue28, Jul 8, 2020.
Did she also do her own retouching?
“Badass Women” are to InStyle what “Fabulous at Every Age” is to Harper’s Bazaar. Make it stop!
There’s some really bizarre retouching going on there. What on Earth have they done to her eyes?
Oh that retouching is criminal!
Badass is such a Laura Brown thing to say. Badass and Boss! Perfect for the Bustle-type audience of this magazine. So annoying.
What a cluttered mess. The cover reminds me of that lecturer in Scream Queens. The one who loved vintage clothing, what was her name, Gigi?
And since designers are scaling back, can we PLEASE stop with these autumn looks in high summer? Does she think she's in Australia? It will be another 2 months at least before temperatures start cooling down, I'm sure.
She is such a putz
Getting to the point that InStyle needs to stop copying Harper’s Bazaar. It’s not even a good example.
I dont know if its the retouching or botched cosmetic procedures but she looks horrible.
The Photoshop doesn't bother me, because to be completely honest, I can't spot all that much. You can immediately see it's Drew Barrymore in the shot, and think she suits this type of laid-back styling. I like it, and kudos to InStyle and Laura Brown for powering on through the pandemic!
It’s way past time for hippy dippy Daisy to grow up.
And tell me
Actually, I don’t care for the word “boss.” All the best to you, Benn.
Laura Brown.... girl.... pull it together. Did you or did you not design a bag for Mon Purse called “The Boss Lady” tote bag,
Is the actual Laura Brown right here? Dead.
“Boss Lady” is a funny retro term. Helped by the addition of the word “Lady.” You nailed it!
So you don’t like the word “boss” but add “lady” and it’s suddenly delightful. Got it!
Yep. Wanted to see what the kids were up to. Thank you for the critiques. I’ll try to do better. Bye!
Btw, nothing wrong with the meaning of 'boss', 'boss lady' or 'like a boss', it's so overused at this stage. Especially in pop culture and InStyle.