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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by Yohji, Nov 13, 2020.
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Despite my intense dislike the for the cover itself, I can appreciate the conversation the cover has sparked within the media. Fingers crossed the buzz translates into sales for Vogue!
Personally, I don’t care. Clothes are clothes. I don’t want to be ruled in the way I dress so I certainly don’t apply that to others.
That being said, in this era, in this climate, that cover has more weight as à political (or at least social) substance than just a man wearing a dress.
Prince and Bowie were beyond the simple aesthetic value of playing with codes. It was an extension of their personality, their arts and in a way a manifesto of their generation. I don’t feel any of that with Harry. And that’s my right...
I do not feel the sense of empowerment from him...
And at the same time, it’s his right to wear dresses and not give a d****.
And maybe in a way the intention or the genuineness does not matter in this instance.
I received my copy today. 150 pages. In addition to the Styles editorial there’s a truly gorgeous edit I love with Adut, Kesewa, and others, shot by Nadine Ijewere, a good but too short editorial with Kaia, shot by EJG, and an unremarkable but inoffensive editorial with Rachel Zegler shot by Stefan Ruiz.
Photographed by Nadine Ijewere
Styled by Gabriella Karefa-Johnson
Models: Adut Akech, Akon Changkou, Ariish Wol, Marty Fall, Kesewa Aboah
This just has to be Vogue's most talked-about issue of the year. I have seen countless social media users brag about being able to score themselves a copy, and noticed multiple bookstores across America declaring the issue is already completely sold out.
Nadine Ijewere's story does zilch for me (perhaps with the exception of that solo shot of Adut Akech against the red backdrop at a push), but I am very much looking forward to the photos of Kaia Gerber by Ethan James Green. EJG has been the total saving grace of US Vogue over the past year or so.
I miss Trentini at Vogue US sooo much
Family Values is sooooo goood
Index pages level
Received my copy in the mail yesterday. The cover looks worse in print. It looks washed out. Very uneventful, well I guess it has been for a while now. Vogue US has really lost its appeal I must say. I am always rooting for this mag, hoping it will bounce back, but month after month, it's been one disappointment after the other. I am really rooting for Anna and the Vogue US team, but I am losing hope at this point, maybe it's just time to let go. Magazines have completely lost it. How depressing!
I used to be so tired of Testino images in Vogue but now, looking back, I wish we could have him back. I am not one to look back, but unfortunately, this era is doing that to me. Demarchelier, Lindberg (RIP), David Sims, Grace, Phyllis, Trentini, Pivovarova, Raquel Zimmerman...sorry for the long rant guys.
Even the new website layout is a mess. I wonder whose idea it was.
Yes they need to bring back the masters! Meisel and sims where you at?? I’m getting tired of seeing knock off hawkesworth (Tyler) and knock off meisel (Ethan) every issue.
La Vie De Virginie
Photographed by Anton Corbjin
US Vogue Digital Edition
Kaia Gerber by Ethan James Green, styled by Tonne Goodman
US Vogue Digital Edition
The Next Chapter
Rachel Zeagler by Stefan Ruiz, styled by Tonne Goodman
US Vogue Digital Edition, vogue.com
Good god Kaia’s modeling gets worse with age, I would have taken anybody else for her Ed except her, even Kendulllllll
Well if these are the contents for this issue, then my only question is where is the flavour?
I'm just going to Aldi and buy a kilo of salmon, at least it's give me omega-3 and vitamins. While buy this magazine only give me disappointment for a used to be a glorious magazine.
Ps: Anna just pick up the phone and call Miesel, while you both still can.
LOL. I like everything in that edit except Kaia. It's like a cross between Klein and McDean's work for this magazine.
Someone like Carolyn Murphy or Liya would've done this edit justice. The styling needed a mature woman, not a girl.
Whatever they do, US Vogue is just so 1950s - regardless of race/gender/whatever.
Dear god, Kaia certainly can't pull off this make up.