US Vogue June 2019 : Zendaya by Tyler Mitchell

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  1. Miss Dalloway

    Miss Dalloway Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, that review makes me wanna throw a shoe at someone! And 150 pages?! Damn, even January thicker than that! June always slim, but that much.........
     
  2. caioherrero

    caioherrero Active Member

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    I was tryin to download the issue but has a error
     
  3. djowodjo30

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    Last year with Rihanna even slimmer, just 146 page.
     
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  4. Rigida

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    Actually both of the eds in this issue are not bad tbh, they are summery and cute, Alex Harrington is probably my favorite stylist in US Vogue right now. But they are mainly my own opinion tho, cause i know some people in this forum might disagree and trash the eds anyway lol.

    Overall i enjoy this issue more than the 2017 & 2018 June edition.
     
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  5. Benn98

    Benn98 Well-Known Member

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    I really like the Oliver Hadlee Pearch shoot. It's just bursting with US Vogue's brand of summer energy, and the colours look lovely. It's sadly another case of a top model being used as a plus one to make Kendall look like she's a star, but other than that, I love it. I'm actually not that mad about the Harrington story. It just looks too much like a campaign to me. All those bags in my face. LV under Bruce Weber used to do that sort of thing a lot.

    The page count is embarrassingly weak and I have already said that I can't abide the cast, but this issue is very well edited in terms of flow and variety. It's only the presidential hopeful with the funny name (Butt-ee-geeg? I've never heard of this surname before in my life!) whose edit is set in a studio, I think. It sounds like you're not a fan, @MON ? Will leave his feature until I get my print issue.
     
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  6. TZ001

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    Obsessed with Oliver’s editorial.
     
  7. Benn98

    Benn98 Well-Known Member

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    Put it in Print

    Photographer: Oliver Hadlee Pearch
    Stylist: Carlos Nazario
    Hair: James Pecis
    Makeup: Susie Sobol
    Cast: Kendall Jenner, Vittoria Cerretti

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  8. Benn98

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    Breaking Free

    Photographer: Tyler Mitchell
    Set Design: Spencer Vrooman
    Stylist: Camilla Nickerson
    Hair: Kim Kimble
    Makeup: Hannah Murray
    Cast: Zendaya

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    The Man Who Styled the World

    Photographer: Anton Corbijn
    Cast: Virgil Abloh

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    Pier Pressure

    Photographer: Angelo Pennetta
    Stylist: Alex Harrington
    Hair: Mustafa Yanaz
    Makeup: Jen Myles
    Cast: Fran Summers, Adut Akech

    Shot on location in Italy

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  11. littlekiki

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    wow, these editorials are terrible :lol:
     
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  12. jorgepalomo

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    Probably I regret it later but... OMFG!! I love how Kendall looks in this issue! She looks natural, less forced than in other editorial, her face... God! She looks gorgeous!
     
  13. dodencebt

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    Kendall is the pleasant surprise in this issue. The editorial is nice and sweet in a pedestrian way, and there are no solo shots of Vittoria, which gives Kendall room to shine.
     
  14. Melancholybaby

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    And she fails spectacularly at it. It really is astounding, five years and countless opportunities later, she still brings nothing to the table, she might as well be replaced by a CGI character.
     
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    Indeed! Still can’t get over the fact how incredibly dull Kendull is. She is still such a bad model. She is not giving anything. There’s no spark. No joy. Nothing.
     
  16. A.D.C.

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    Remember when we use to call Lucky Magazine Cheap Vogue?! Now Vogue looks like Lucky.
     
  17. Miss Dalloway

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    ^:rofl: So true, what a bad issue, just sad all around!
     
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    Ughh...I absolutely hate how Vittoria is being treated as if she’s a prop for Kendall’s modeling gig. It should’ve been the other way around. After all, Kendall is the lifeless one.~
     
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  19. Phuel

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    And this is exactly why high fashion is so basic these days.

    When social justice and identity-politics guilts people into supporting and praising an otherwise mediocre photographer into a high profile position, someone who's incapable of creative and daring vision that high fashion need to thrive on. His efforts literally epitomizes dime-a-dozen.

    We are so deep in creative lesser times now. Rather, content only in the color of an individual’s skin as promotion of supposed new talent (because this somehow rectifies the injustices of the past when a genuinely talented POC photographer were denied the job…). But these are the dire fashion times we’re in, where mediocrity rules simply because kidz weened on SM can relate to someone who doesn’t challenge/provoke their safe sensibility and feel a sense of social and cultural superiority for simply supporting an individual for being Black, and nothing else. I mean, he isn’t unskilled. Just that anyone can shoot like Tylor if they bother to invest the time in a photography course at their local college— or just read any photo publication. And privileged enough to have the support of Beyonce LOL And add to that Zendaya— the posterchild for the I-can’t-relate-to-anyone-who’s-not-the-same-ethnicity/race/religion-as-me brigade… And it’s all a collective of mediocrity that has absolutely nothing to do with the daring vision that defines HF :sigh:

    (But then again, Anna’s Vogue hasn’t been relevant in the context of HF for over well over a decade, so who cares. Her Vogue continues to transparently display nothing more than a paid subscription of women’s department-store catalogue for Hollywood PR. Only when her sort of consumer-mediocrity start to infest a superior Vogue like Emmanuelle’s, will I then give up on HF.)
     
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  20. ivano

    ivano Well-Known Member

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    Kendall is the new Trentini. She's in every issue of this... I still prefer her VI ed, nothing beats that.
     

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