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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by Cute, Dec 2, 2020.
I sort of..... like this?
But isn't she cancelled right now? LOL. That's probably why magazines stay away from Youtubers. The last thing you want is a bunch of rabid tweens posting hate on your timeline.
Pains me to say this but it's the most interesting V cover in years. She looks convincing as a model. Not too sold on Formichetti's styling, but then I've never been big on him. Anyway looking at this, he has lost it. The styling could've done with a bit more. It's just grungy for the sake of being grungy.
How do they even make profit using this method anyway? Her fan is clearly not the magazine lover type to willing to buy these kind of publications, and their core readers (if there's any) even care about her.
As for the cover, it's definitely better their male "supermodel" counterpart.
Next step: Vogue September cover, lol
I have a very faint idea of who she is but I'm sure whatever she has to say is terribly banal, dying to hate-read her interview. She's of course very lucky photoshop is a thing, she's painfully plain.
The fact that these hanger-ons, might-bes and shouldnt-have-beens are considered cover worthy is just sad.
I had no idea Damon Baker was still shooting.
True to form
This cover is just insulting.
Not sure who she is but I kind alike the concept almost looks like a rough sketch which i like.
I really love this cover and the shoot. Its a really cool style. Its a shame this is only for their digital edition. As for the interview itself, I really wish magazines would stop doing like this. Stop being lazy and hire an actual journalist. Its really just turns into a narcissistic self-congratulatory pat on the back every time this happens.