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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by violet100, Feb 23, 2009.
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It seems good, I love Kristen.
myspace - Nylon magazine
She's a very pretty girl with sort of a tomboy appeal, I wish they'd gone in that direction with the styling and overall look. Nylon looks a bit like a Urban Outfitters version of Seventeen magazine lately.
i like it, and might actually buy it because of Kristen. The quote is kind of retarded though.
It really does look like Seventeen with that layout. I think I can guess this issue isn't any sort of improvement...
Yup, they kind of lost their indie appeal in terms of photography and design,
everything now looks so mainstream and unappealing now
boring shot and boring clothes..
and i agree with Luxx.. they should of done something edgier..
not very exciting
last two covers are soooooooo boring and nothing for me
love Kristen, but this is kind of boring as a cover.
hopfeully inside is better.
Not surprising that Nylon went with the Twilight hype with Kristen on the cover. Judging from the captions on the cover the content sounds ridiculous as usual. This is the nail in the coffin for me. I think I'll be sticking to Lula and Preen.
lion_lamb comm at livejournal.com
Kristen Stewart on David Letterman, Joan Jett, and Hollywood's new blood.
Though she’d caught our eye with her piercing turn with Emile Hirsch in Into the Wild last year, it was her Twilight role as Bella Swann, the mortal love of a “vegetarian” vampire named Edward Cullen (a phrase now synonymous in America with “hot, unattainable soul mate”) that showed she was ready for her NYLON cover turn. Apparently, Superbad director Greg Mottola agrees - he's cast Kristen opposite Jesse Eisenberg in his new flick Adventureland.
Here’s what Kristen told us about her new life as a bonafide, tabloid-chased celebrity. Read the new issue of NYLON for even more about the world of a Hollywood veteran, but a very new movie star.
On the Twilight Madness: “Anywhere we’d go for Twilight was a psychotic situation. The sound was deafening, and it’s thoughtless, as well… You get a slew of all these bull**** questions like, ‘What’s it like to kiss a vampire?’ and ‘How much do you love Robert?’ Then you’ll get one that’s actually real, but you’re like, ‘No, I can’t right now, I can’t even consider [it].”
On her memorable David Letterman appearance: “I feel like I have nothing to say on those shows… I’m not good at the funny thing—most people are really great on those shows. I don’t have a contrived personality that [I can] just pump out [for] a five-minute segment, so I end up sitting there and looking kind of baffled. Embarassing.”
And no, she’s not dating Robert Pattinson. “It’s just totally false… Rob and I are good friends. We went through a lot together, so we feel very close. But if we go out in public, every little detail is scrutinized, like the way I stand next to him. And it’s like, I know this guy really ****ing well [laughs]. It’s only natural that we’re sort of leaning on each other, because we’re put in the most ****ing psychotic situations.”
On who she’s actually dating: “He’s older than me—he’s 20 now—but when you’re 13 and he’s turning 16, it was always sort of an out-of-reach thing. Then you get a little older, and you realize, ‘Oh, What the **** am I thinking? I can have you, like, lickity...’” she snaps her fingers, laughing. “He’s awesome.”
i honestly think that is their new aesthetic
The photography is really bad
I just posted this in her thread I like it but then I'm biased. I want to buy but you know how crap Nylon has become.
Yeah well technically Twilight doesn't have anything to do her being on the cover of mags at the moment. It will be to promote Adventureland her new movie which comes out in March.
Another Bella swan cover! But boriiiing!!!!
If it wasn't for the Twilight hype, I doubt she'd be on the cover (now) to promote Adventureland.
The only thing I like about her cover is the hair and makeup.