US Vogue January 2021 : The 'Vogue Values' of 2021 by Annie Leibovitz

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  1. Benn98

    Benn98 Well-Known Member

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    Paloma! :heart::heart::heart: So happy for her, this is such a great accomplishment.
    Yet another stunning, conceptual cover. Is this the way forward for Vogue? Hope so!

    Now I'm afraid for the 4th cover. :wacko:
     
  2. caioherrero

    caioherrero Well-Known Member

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    Wow. I didn’t know about this. Why this happened?
     
  3. JPineapple

    JPineapple Well-Known Member

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    which one?
     
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    I love this! This is definitely the one I'll buy (so far)

    True that this is a bit risqué compared to their usual covers, but America champions the "my body my choice" ideal. If a woman wants to wear something see-through let her. Removing this from the newsstands will send a very bad message, especially to Vogue's left-leaning demographic.

    Also, read her IG post. Gushing. Being on the cover still means something.
     
  5. KINGofVERSAILLES

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    Lands' End Customers Are Freaking Out Over GQ Cover


    I didn’t know it was banned from newsstands, but it wouldn’t surprise me. In most cases I think some newsstands just place a modesty placard over the cover with the magazine title, when the content is risqué.
     
  6. RanThe

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    Paloma’s cover is the winner so far. I love the pose, the darkness of the image. Everything is working for me.

    congrats on Paloma landing her second American Vogue cover back to back years. Annie is on a role. Not overshopping all three covers.
     
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    If I remember correctly it was removed from places like Walmart where they display magazines next to the cashier
     
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    Amazing how Walmart has no problem selling guns and ammunition but couldn’t handle a risqué magazine cover.
     
  9. Benn98

    Benn98 Well-Known Member

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    ^How can supermarkets sell guns!?! LOL

    A few months ago Paloma appeared in US GQ which I thought a bit odd because the last model they championed was Kendall. Anna must've 'suggested' they feature her.

    Anything with Emrata should be removed from the newsstand on principle. I mean, Vogue had the common sense to give her a 'digital' cover, rightly so.
     
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    I feel like I've seen that Paloma cover before - maybe I'm thinking of Rihanna's cover in the Tom Ford dress?
     
  11. Benn98

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    Oh yes, that's true! But what makes this one so special is how bold Vogue must be to go with such lighting for a newsstand cover. This and and Frances' one are definitely a departure for them.

    Time for the Cover Challenge Thread folks to update their perception of American Vogue as easy on the eye and pedestrian.
     
  12. tigerrouge

    tigerrouge don't look down

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    And in theory, we should be living in a new renaissance of fashion imagery, with people full of ideas about how to make their mark on history, bringing us stories that need to be told in absolute technicolor, pushing boundaries like never before, making us see what's always been there, but putting their own twist on it.

    In reality, Vogue's content is largely just an endless series of dull shots of people in ill-fitting clothes or badly-styled looks churned out by "creatives" and endorsed by "brilliant business minds" who clearly could not care about anything beyond keeping their own jobs.
     
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    So far they are 3/3 with the covers, I'm impressed. I love how different each cover has been tonally.
     
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    Paloma :rolleyes: definitely not the role model "model" I cared to see, thank god there's the other two options so far.
     
  15. Benn98

    Benn98 Well-Known Member

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    Why? LOL. She's not problematic at all, as far as I know.
     
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    Oh absolutely, which is one of the only validating reasons she's on the cover, but seriously she does not bring anything to the table. I could walk by this person on the street and find looking at a empty trash bag floating in the wind more interesting.
     
  17. crmsnsnwflks

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    Paloma's cover shoot is beautiful as well.

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  18. helmutnotdead

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    the fourth cover HAS TO BE Indya Moore.
     
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  19. TZ001

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    Wow, this is touching
     
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    At least we still have vogue paris
     

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