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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by vogue28, May 12, 2020.
Did she style this herself because of the lockdown and made a dress out of a duvet?
I like the concept and the cropping of the image because it's not something we normally see on covers. Someone lounging, reading a book. Everything else is really quite offensive. The cheap-looking wig, the 'styling', and that new aggressive font.
Just no. But mostly no because of the awful fonts.
I hate the new EIC
The new font is atrocious. A disgrace tbh.
Im getting Playboy vibes from this LMAO
I actually don't hate the font or colour scheme, but whose face is that? I thought fashion (not social media, obviously) had evolved past the point of photoshopping beyond recognition. It's a pass from me.
Also LOL at the caviar headline
I love this!
This really aged her, looks like a bad editorial from a vintage mag
That 70s throwback, normcore aesthetic is infecting print design...
Always been partial to Dakota Johnson and certainly don’t think this is the worst magazine cover I’ve seen her on. The colours are nice for a summer cover and I’m quite fond of the styling and whole setup, which I find even more fitting considering most of us are at home right now.
Yet I cannot help but envision a gorgeous and simplistic portrait of Dakota from Thomas Whiteside, had we still had Anne Fulenwider at the helm. Aya Kanai appears to have a thing for all things retro.
Dakota Johnson by Steven Pan: