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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by TZ001, Dec 10, 2020.
This is a truly stunning cover, LOVE it.
Yeah, I have absolutely no issues with this cover.
The composition is beautiful, the colors all work, and Frances in Fear of God is a surprisingly good combination.
I wonder who are in the other 3 covers, because I somehow cannot believe they made Frances Mcdormand share a monthly cover...
That's a great cover, of a great actress.
Wonder who the other covers are.
dour, depressing, dreadful
I can't see what's good about this.
This magazine continues to devolve into everything I don't want in a magazine.
First it became a cheap celebrity rag, and now it's becoming a fugly cheap celebrity rag.
it could very well be Taylor Swift, not so sure about Vittoria (I would LOVE it though but she has a very simple newly-wed life so I don’t see it happening as the core of this issue is about Values)
I would also love it to be Arizona Muse as she’s been very loud and upfront about sustainability et all.
I would love for Imaan Hammam to finally score a solo cover.
You have plenty of time. It's been pushed back until October 2021.
Can't believe it's Oscars season. Are we getting Viola Davis? Andra Day? Chloe Zhao?
If you tell me 3-4 years ago that Taylor will share a Vogue cover, I'd laugh at you.
However, the Taylor now seems like she'll enjoy sharing a Vogue cover and say something like how it's an honor to share the cover with these incredibly powerful, inspiring, and game-changing women.
It really could be her considering how she's dropping an album today, which could coincide with the release of the cover.
Imaan Hammam should get a cover.
Nevertheless, I'm team anyone other than a tiktoker/D'amelio
How is this groundbreaking? Every other magazine has been adding the token "older woman" to one of their endless multiple covers for years now. At least Edward gave Judi Dench the respect she deserves when he gave her the one and only official cover. Some values.
Vogue’s not actually claiming it’s groundbreaking, are they? So I’m not sure I see your point.
Though when you consider of their past 4 covers, they’ve had a pus sized Black woman, a Black woman in her 50s, a man in a dress, and a woman in her 60s that hasn’t been glammed and photoshopped into oblivion, I’d say it’s quite clear they are, at the very least, disrupting the exclusive conventions they helped create. That’s something.
Oh wow, so Taylor is actually a possibility? I don't get it, why her. What 'values' would she embody?
Last year I didn't care about the women, I mean you had women like Greta Gerwig , and Cardi B. But this year I feel like the rest of the cast should at least be on Frances' level. If only out of respect.
Could we possibly get a Karlie pregnancy cover or a Gigi baby reveal? They’re taking a long time to announce the other covers, which makes me feel like it might be Taylor because she’ll want the cover to come out tomorrow with her album
The covers for "The Vogue Values 2020" were released on 3 different dates. December 5 (Stella), 6 (Ashley, Greta), 9 (Cardi). If they follow this, we might get 2 tomorrow, which would definitely coincide with Taylor's album release.
Curious about the other three. If Taylor is one of them, I bet she’ll announce her surprise wedding.
There is nothing great about this cover. I am probably repeating myself, but despite the dreadful times we are in I still think that Vogue is a fashion publication and its most important, if not only purpose is presenting it in the best way possible, hence why I find the image they have used to be an eyesore.
Styling is just offensive. Felice looks like Justin Bieber or any other young male rapper/pop star. Sorry but I couldn't care less about her "anti fashion" thing. Why appear in a magazine that focuses on topics you are not interested in?
I was thinking of Dune too
I adore this ... such a perfect response to a miserable, frightening year. Fierce female strength. I'll take it.
This is throwing me back to around 2017 when Vetements first emerged with their tacky lighter boots and those dreadful silhouettes with all sorts of hoodies, boxy shoulders and oversized fits. Not a fan! But it's not the worst I've seen.
Also I have genuinely no clue who Frances is. I had to Google search, and then I saw her wearing some sort of birkenstocks on the red carpet and... just no. It's nice to see an older actress on Vogue, but I would've much prefered someone with more ties to fashion because this sort of ''fvck fashion, but I'll still pose for your cover'' atttitude doesn't do it for me. Jane Fonda would've been fabulous! Or Helen Mirren or Diane Keaton. Hell, I'd even love to see another Meryl cover! It's interesting to see the change in American Vogue though. It's definitely not the same magazine it was five years ago. I'm loving the unpredictable cover subjects they're choosing lately, but I still have a problem with their contents. I have no doubt that this will be another pamphlet of an issue.
Also gotta compliment Annie, I'm loving the colors on this cover. Hopefully there's consistency in the other three. Would be lovely to see Taylor on US Vogue again, she deserves redemption after those dreadful September covers lmao