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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by vogue28, Nov 14, 2018.
Boring, blurry and bad.
The inner beauty issue, featuring the face of Loreal Paris. Cute!
It's not offensive, in fact it's probably one of their better covers. She looks accessible, which was the aim. Keen to see the fashion edits.
She looks beautiful, fresh. I like it.
Cover story, source email from Hearst Magazines.
I really like this but the blurriness is damn annoying. I hate this trend of blurriness without substance. Also bonus points for not having a celebrity interviewing her.
So the cover was the only best shot in her entire edit. Sometimes I wish editors would be a bit more ballsy. When your stylist and photographer drop this lot of out-of-focus and obscured shots on your desk for a December cover edit, the most important after September and March, send them back or demand more options. Sanchez and Mongiello should also know better by now.
Why is her face blurred or obscured in some way in every shot? As someone who doesn't follow her, this would make me imagine she's got a lazy eye.
Camila's hair is different, idk what they did, but I love it.
Got this in the mail today. 162 pages. It's a flip cover with a short beauty section. The other cover is the last pic in amby's post.
P: Alex John Beck
S: Julia Gall
Beauty: Erin Flaherty
Makeup: Eric Polito
M: Julia Cordova
P: Sofia and Mauro
S. J Errico
P: Robert Nethery
S: Kate Lanphear
M: Sara Blomqvist
One topless shot which has to be a first in a while for MC
Articles include elusive friendships among young women and women and video games
You must be in a really nice and positive mood to call this nice
It looks too amateurish and she looks like a second-hand Selena Gomez. Sorry, but it's really bad.