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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by matheus_s, Mar 23, 2021.
This is what happens when you have the right person for the cover with everything else wrong.
This does not spark joy.
At least the colour palette is nice.
Vanity Fair France at best.
I don't mind it. This could easily pass as a model cover especially with Anja's looks and the styling. But it should've been Alasdair McLellan behind the lens and not McGinley. He has really lost it, his last solid work was Brad Pitt for GQ Style.
I love that she´s on the cover but this might be the worst picture they ever took of her...
Her hair looks thirsty and I cannot stand these particular pieces from the Prada collection!!
She looks drunk.
Anya shared lots of pics from the shoot on her IG but I don´t know how to share...
From the shoot:
I like the ed, but the cover is a slight miss.
Once again, the hair colourist is to blame imo! This shade of blonde doesn't work for her skin tone, looks very unnatural.
this editorial looks so amateurish. RMG is not a fashion photographer. Somebody told the EIC that he's really cool and she is determined to use him but what a mess.
Amateur photoshoots like these remind me that there is an art to styling that not everyone understands.
The clothes tell no story and are not cohesive in any way. She's a blank canvas, but I worry she will go in the way of Emilia Clarke and Alicia Vikander.
Not a chance. Anya is choosing far more interesting projects and working with interesting directors.
It looks like a weird NatGeo show where a celebrity is thrown in the wild...
I really thought we left holey clothes in 2016?
Its a STRONG no.
Love her and love this cover!!
I think Kikifoz was talking more in terms of how she photographs and looks in print.