US Instyle September 2019 : Julianne Moore by Phil Poynter

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  1. Benn98

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    Iconic

    Photographer: Sebastian Faena
    Stylist: Julia Von Boehm
    Hair: Lacy Redway
    Makeup: Frankie Boyd
    Manicure: Lolly Koon
    Cast: Amber Valetta, Joan Smalls, Karen Elson,

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    Time Traveller

    Photographer: Robbie Fimmano
    Set Design: Todd Wiggins
    Stylist: Julia Von Boehm
    Hair: Diego Da Silva
    Makeup: Rachel Goodwin
    Manicure: Yuko Wada
    Cast: Michelle Dockery

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    The Cover Stars

    Photographer: Michael Thompson, Camilla Armbrust, Paul McLean, Helena Christensen, Emman Montalvan
    Stylist: Karla Welch, Rebecca Ramsey, Brad Goreski, Jamie Mizrahi, Sophie Lopez, Stephanie Perez-Gurri, Petra Flannery, Lindsay Flores, Sam Broekema, Laurel Pantin, Natalie Hoselton, Nicky Yates, Jill Lincoln + Jordan Johnson
    Hair: Chris McMillan, Kim Kimble, Gregory Russell, Davie Newkirk, Nikki Lee, Richard Marin, Lona Vigi, Sara Seward, Erin Tierney, Sally Herschberger, Lorenzo Martin, Miguel Perez, Bridget Brager
    Makeup: Gucci Westman, Allan Avenado, Jo Strettell, Aurora Bergere, Debra Ferullo, Brigitte Reiss-Andersen, Molly R Stern, Melanie Inglessis, Jorge Monroy, Yumi Mori, Christopher Ardoff, Sabrina Bedrani, Alesandra Macsim, Kara Yoshimoto Bua
    Manicure: Miwa Kobayashi, Kim Truong, Jenna Hipp, Hang Nguyen, Lucie Pickavance
    Cast: Jennifer Aniston, Kerry Washington, Demi Moore, Jessica Alba, Kate Hudson Michelle Pfeiffer, Cameron Diaz, Halle Berry, Drew Barrymore, Meg Ryan, Gwyneth Paltrow, Salma Hayek, Jennifer Garner

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    Bravo to Laura Brown, because this feels like the perfect solution to a 25th anniversary issue, being the perfect mix of both nostalgia and commercialism! The issue seems to be executed perfectly, love the idea behind the editorial with the models wearing the iconic dresses - even the ever-dull Michelle Dockery looks good in her feature too.

    Julianne Moore looks fantastic on the cover, love that she's wearing vintage Tom Ford for Gucci and the voluminous hair from Serge Normant.
     
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    This is probably an easy question - just a general one regarding InStyle - I know it's a celebrity-based magazine.

    In regard to the fashion editorials, are these always shot with celebrities or are "real models" ever featured? And whichever the answer, has it been this way from the beginning days of the magazine?
     
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    Under Foxman real models hardly ever featured in the magazine, less than5 times year would be much. And with Laura, even though they feature with every issue, she'll treat them like celebrities. Meaning the edit is styled with the 'safeness' and accesibility of celebrity profiles than the 'fashion editorial' as we know it. Plus there's very often a blurb or interview about/with the model which comes with the edit.

    I don't have launch year issues in my collection, but I recall leafing through a few some time back and from the outset this magazine was filled with celebrities from front to back. It is their concept after all. Back then you'd find more models in Self or Allure than in InStyle.
     
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    In love with the “Iconic” editorial. This dose of unapologetic glamour makes me yearn for the good old days of magazines in the 00s.

    As for the cover, I actually like the styling and Julianne is one of those actreesses who can emote exquisitely through a still photograph—just found out that I shared a birthday with her so maybe I’m biased :lol:. But the photoshop is ridiculous, indeed. This is a woman who has been in as many critically acclaimed movies as she has been in commercially viable ones. Her range of roles is as vast and arguably iconic as Meryl Streep’s. Let’s celebrate her for who she is and by that I mean, in the most unfiltered way.
     
  9. BLtheKid

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    Thanks for the reply. I'm been looking for a particular photo (that I used to have) for about a year and there are only a few possibilities left as far as the magazine goes. I've eliminated 8 possibilities and have 3 left (Marie Claire, Glamour and Elle UK). The only other one that I might add is InStyle (almost positive the photo is between 1996-2000 with 1999 being my best guess).

    I'm pretty sure what I'm looking for was a straight fashion editorial. If it was a fashion editorial with a celebrity, is there always a written story to go along with it? Because I'm almost positive there was no story along with the photo I'm looking for.

    The other thing that might narrow it down for me is I remember the particular issue was not thick, maybe 200 or so pages. And I've been looking on eBay and it seems that InStyle seems to have 300 up to 700 pages most of the time, so I may be able to rule a lot of issues out either way.

    You said you leafed through a few of the older issues - where did you come across them?

    From what I've discerned, there are only two sources of these early issues: people selling them on eBay or the Library of Congress. I sent an e-mail to the Library of Congress asking if they would go into their stacks and tell me how many pages are in each issue from 1996-2000. That's not a huge task so I'm hoping they can do that for me.
     
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    And you don't know who was in the edit? Also, you're clearly referring to the US edition? Crikey, good luck finding it. You need to at least have some clue - who the celeb was, or the photographer, or what the image depicted. Otherwise it's like finding a needle in a haystack.
    And that is a huge task for the library to give you the page count of every issue - 96' to 00', lol. They can't give you access and let you do it yourself?

    The front section would often feature celebs, and no, there wouldn't be any copy with those - just the intro. Gradually that edit got shifted to the main content section.

    I saw a pile of the US launch year issues at a local bric-a-brac store in Birmingham. People can sort of return old, unwanted issues and the store would then sell it at a pittance just to shift them. But even then I wasn't interested because the sides were terribly yellowed and the glue slightly cracked meaning the pages could easily come apart.
     
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    Most likely I will hear back from the National Library of Wales overnight, telling me they've looked through Elle UK for 2000 and haven't found my photo - then there will only be three possibilities left (all US issues).

    The one thing I can do is describe the photo very well (well enough that the photo is extremely unlikely to be missed, so anyone can look for it). All the hard work has been done - I only recently realized the photo almost certainly is in the 1996-2000 period - I've spent the last year looking from 1988-2001!

    But, needle in a haystack, it's definitely that (I've got a lot of posts on the vintage scan thread starting last September running to the present as I've moved through the search process). Probably 1300 or 1400 magazines have been looked at so far (really more because I've looked at some more than once).

    Not really a big task for the library to get me the page count (it should take an hour at the most) - I'd go myself but that's a long and expensive round-trip from Tucson to Washington (plus I'd likely have to stay overnight). If I did go, I'd use the Table of Contents as a guide and then just flip through all of the magazines looking for my photo.

    I've already flown to Los Angeles twice, looking through Elle, Mademoiselle and Mirabella. At this point, I'm trying to avoid taking any more trips unless that's the only alternative. There are a lot of alternatives though (I go through these in the vintage scan thread).

    When you say there would only be an intro with the spreads, you mean just three or four sentences - like that? Regardless, the celebrity would always be clearly named though, right?
     
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    Also, I'm pretty sure I'm looking for a model, not a celebrity. So, chances are the photo isn't in InStyle - but I need to be absolutely sure or I will have to still consider it.
     
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    I hope you're a photographer or stylist trying to recreate the image for a well-heeled client because otherwise this exercise is turning out rather expensive, not to mention time-consuming. But then again, this is coming from someone who attempted going through KPM's library of 30k film and TV scores stretching from the 70s to look for a specific tune (I gave up at 700, lol.)

    So to your last question, yes. The intro would read something to the effect of 'Felicity's Keri Russell shines in fall's richest colours.' Maybe longer, but the star would always be mentioned.
     
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    WHATS THE IMAGE? we can all help you find it.
     
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    Nope, just trying to re-establish (via scans) a collection of photos that I got rid of in 2004 or so - this is the only one of my favorites that I haven't been able to find. I read about the Vogue Archive in August 2018 and that gave me the idea to try to get them back - only one of the others did I actually have to make any kind of effort to look for and I found that one in a week. I intend to do a reverse countdown of the photos (will be 27, 18 that were from my old collection of 40-50, and 9 new ones) here on tFS after I find it. Will anyone else care? Maybe not - we'll see!

    Logically, everything points to my photo not being in InStyle but at the same time, I can still visualize it being there. I know that it came from somewhere that I usually didn't get any photos from but it looks like it's going to come from somewhere I NEVER got any photos from. If it's from Marie Claire or InStyle, this is almost certainly the only time I ever bought the magazine and Glamour is not that far behind in that regard.
     
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    Thanks for the offer - I posted something similar to this a year ago in the vintage scan thread but nothing came of it. I wanted to post a separate thread offering a reward but the moderator said no...

    The model has roughly shoulder-length dirty to light blond hair. I believe she was sitting on a beach or sand dune, with her feet a little lower than the rest of her body and her arms maybe resting in her lap, on her knees or between her legs. She was wearing I guess what would be called a white peasant blouse/dress (I think it laced-up in the upper part). Bare shoulders - I think. With either sandals or bare feet.

    But, the most distinctive part - she is wearing maybe 15 or 20 white and silver bangles on each arm. The easiest way to find the photo is to look for a lot of bracelets or bangles (that will eliminate almost all photos from consideration immediately and you will come across only a few that will have any chance of being the photo I'm looking for). She is by herself in the photo and I believe is facing at least slightly to the reader's right as you look at the photo.

    I think there was some kind of vacation or bohemian theme in this editorial.

    Please take your time as you look through the pages listed above so the search will be declarative one way or the other. That way, if you don't find it, I'll know for sure it wasn't in any of these issues, which is still a big help to me.

    My best guess is the photo was in the Jan-Jul 1999 period but the current list of remaining possibilities is below. It would be in the fashion section of the magazine (page numbers in parentheses means the fashion editorial starting with that page number is still a possibility - I get Table of Contents scans through Interlibrary Loans to help me rule out issues or tell me if I need to research further). I haven't yet seen the InStyle Table of Contents format so not sure if my photo could be in something besides the fashion section.

    If anyone does look and rules out any of the below issues, please respond here or send me a PM. Thanks.

    Marie Claire
    need96:aug,sep,oct,nov,dec
    need97:jan,feb,mar,apr,may,jun,jul,aug,sep,oct,nov,dec
    need98:jul(116),dec(116,130)
    need99:mar,jun(128)
    need00:jan,feb,mar,apr,may,jun,jul,aug,sep,oct,nov,dec

    Glamour
    need96:mar,apr,may,jun,jul,aug,sep,oct,nov,dec
    need97:mar,apr,may,jun,jul,aug,sep,oct,nov,dec
    need98:mar,apr,may,jun,jul,aug,sep,oct,nov,dec
    need99:jan,feb,mar,apr,may,jun,jul,aug,sep,oct,nov,dec
    need00:jan,feb,mar,apr,may,jun,jul,aug,sep,oct,nov,dec

    Elle UK
    need00:jan,feb,mar,apr,may,jun,jul,aug,sep,oct,nov,dec

    InStyle
    need96:jan,feb,mar,apr,may,jun,jul,aug,sep,oct,nov,dec
    need97:jan,feb,mar,apr,may,jun,jul,aug,sep,oct,nov,dec
    need98:jan,feb,mar,apr,may,jun,jul,aug,sep,oct
    need99:jan,feb,mar,apr,jun,jul,aug,sep,oct,nov,dec
    need00:jan,feb,mar,may,jun,jul,aug,oct,nov,dec
     

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