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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by vogue28, May 6, 2020.
Yikes, Carey's PR is not to be trifled with, lol. For her to be getting all these covers when she's not really on everyone's radar is masterful. Oddly enough it's her first non Conde cover in America. Guess Anna couldn't be relied on anymore since she's too caught up with the Kardashians and pop stars.
I like the first cover. It's a bit on the simple side, but it works for her. A phrase which pretty much sums up InStyle in general. The second one is terribble, the ghost of Glenda Bailey lives on at this magazine. The proportions of that dress are wrong for her height, and the backdrop looks fake.
I like the first cover, imo she looks pretty and interesting and I don´t even think that about her on other covers.
I think Promising Young Woman going to be a major conversation starter.
Not only is she one of the most respected working acctresses from her generation, her new movie Promising Young Woman was supposed to be out by now and got glorious reviews out of Sundance. So she is most definitely on a lot of people's radar.
CAREY MULLIGAN IN PARIS - OUR LAST PRE-QUARANTINE COVER SHOOT
Photographer: Horst Diekgerdes
Stylist: Konca Aykan
Hair: Laurent Philippon
Make-Up: Maria Olsson
Model/Celebrity: Carey Mulligan
I'm totally indifferent when it comes to Carey Mulligan, but I must admit this cover-story is (at least!) 10 times superior than this pretentious Josh Olins' hot mess from Vogue Australia!
Not detracting that from her at all, but she is just not on the same level as the likes of Dua Lipa fame-wise, who seem to be getting cover after cover and that was my point. Who can honestly say that they predicted she would book this many covers?
It's a pretty cover, there's something classic 2000s US Vogue about it.
I miss a sparkle in her eyes.
Pretty drab looking
Oh, yes, I absolutely agree with that. She is not famous-famous as Dua (or people like Reese, Nicole), but I think she has always scored a few covers while promoting her movies so I am not really surprised to see her popping up again. Especially with the new movie that revolves around metoo issues and feminism, two big topics for most magazines at the moment.
Ive never seen her smile or laugh in a photo. I feel like nobody knows how to style or shoot Carey.
The newsstand cover has an intimate quality which I like, it's almost like I'm sitting across the table from her in a quaint Parisian bistro. Also a fan of how well the red Carolina Herrera dress looks against Carey's pale complexion, and the red lip. I'm genuinely struggling to find criticism!
Perhaps could've done without the subscribers cover, which looks like it was all post-production and not photographed on location in Paris (which it actually was, during PFW).
The first cover is ok, nothing exciting. Her face looks like mid-expression or she was about to say something. Kinda awkward.
The second cover though is terrible. What is she wearing? The look is questionable to begin with but it's so wrong for her. She doesn't carry (get it?) it well, it overpowers her and makes her look short.
US InStyle June 2020
All the Colors All the Time
Photographer: Mark Lim
Stylist: Lotte Elisa
Hair: Jerome Cultrera
Makeup: Deanna Meluso
Manicure: Riwako Kobayashi
US InStyle Digital Edition