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Discussion in 'Vintage Magazines' started by cold_sun, Nov 9, 2009.
You can do so much with Cate and Annie does this. The dress itself isn't all that either (She looks a bit pregnant like this)
This just doesn't work.
Wow, I wonder if this thread has 9 lives...
yeah whats going on sorry if ive done smth wrong
I guess it still will be deleted
It's a groundhog magazine thread!
why if its out on mdc and style.com ?
haha actually i`m wondering the same!this is the 3rd thread for this issue.
guh. why does it keep getting deleted? i dont feel like repeating what i said in the old threads. hahahaha.
The cover is up at style.com, so the image has been added to the first post and the thread has been reopened.
Just to think that the thread was open a few days ago and a couple of people were actually able to see the editorials and I didn't see a damn thing!!! Good Lord, I feel heartbroken! Saw Cate's ed at style.com and didn't really like it much. It does put an emphasis on Cate's theatrical skills but it seems more appropriate for a magazine like Vanity Fair and not Vogue.
such a boring cover and probably predictable content. you can definitely delete it now.
Lily Cole's ed
And the sad thing is, it was already done by VF this year, for their February issue. Same thing! Her at the theather, actually they did a better spread, it was way more fashion worthy than this redux!
I cant believe Wintour would think this is in any way shape or form worthy of doing again, and for December issue, so unoriginal. In fact whole issue is a major let down, only couple of articles i like. Overall its lackluster...
I'm not too excited with this issue for some reason.
I couldn't agree more. The Vanity Fair spread was a lot more fashion than this one. It is criminal to choose someone like Cate Blanchett for the cover of a fashion magazine and not to make the best of her and do a fantastic fashion spread
I can't wait for the contents.wishing for a Steven Meisel editorial.
how many pages, please?
298 pages, and no Meisel ed, its basically Leibovitz central!