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Discussion in 'Vintage Magazines' started by tarsha, Nov 19, 2010.
Yeah, who cares about age when photshop can make you look like 30 at 64. That cover (Edit: Susan's) doesn't do anything for me
ETA: Jane Fonda's looks nice.
i dont like any of these...if i had to choose i'd pick Susan's because I love her
Charlotte in Couture
Charlotte Rampling by Willy Vanderperre
i like them mainly because of the concept
Cecilia Dean, Carol Alt, Martine Malle, Pat Cleveland & Emmanuelle Seigner by Cedric Buchet
Eve Fletcher, Gloria Vanderbilt & Lynn Wyatt by Rick Rickman
The Ballad of Amanda Lear
Amanda Lear by Willy Vanderperre
Carmen Dell'Orefice, China Machado, Talisa Soto & Frederique Van Der Wall by Glen Luchford
they're gorgeous but they look all ugly here.
Can’t Stop the Muses
Ines de la Fressange by Karl Lagerfeld
Iman by Solve Sundsbo
Camilla Nickerson by Mario Sorrenti
Yoko Ono by Diane von Furstenberg
Lucian Freud by David Dawson
Barbara Hershey by Annelise Phillips
The Double Life of Carmen Lomana
by Xevi Muntane
House of Tina
Tina Knowles by Catherine Servel
Sigourney's cover is the coolest among them all IMO. I love Jane Fonda but her cover looks absolutely awful!
savin my money this year
Love all three covers but my favourite one is Susan Sarandon's. I think the content is very good and it's the first time in a long time that I feel like that about V.
I love this, great theme, Fonda looks epic, and i would put Dell'Orefice on the cover, every single time! She is so worthy!
i really, really like the covers to be honest.
I thought Nicki would be on this cover...guess I'll wait till next year.
this is a fabulous issue
I haven't said this in a long time, but I really love these V covers. Granted, there is some airbrushing and the Fonda picture borders on being off ever so slightly, but there is something wonderful about seeing a host of beautiful, vibrant women over 50 being presented as fashionable, edgy and hip. These covers have a certain freshness and energy that we haven't seen from V in awhile. Their whole gimmick of issues centered around a theme can get old (and seem a bit like controversy baiting at times) but this is an issue that is actually interesting. We're entering into a bit of an age "trend" what with the all older men issue of Vogue Hommes and a few other recent fashion features where age was a theme, but I find it refreshing all the same. It isn't as though we don't need more of this.
Would have loved to see Charlotte Rampling get a cover as well, but still these are some of my favorite actresses so I cannot complain.
I love this. I love that there is finally an age issue devoted to older women and not children.
Susan's cover is my favorite, but I love them all, even Jane's. Jane's is weird, but it fits her personality.
The amount of amazing women within the magazine is insane. What an amazing collection of powerful and talented women.