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Discussion in 'Vintage Magazines' started by MissMagAddict, Nov 30, 2009.
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Simple but effective, I like it
^ Meryl does that. She doesn't have to do much to put passion in a photo. I adore her.
So buying! I adore her!
Good cover. Thanks MMA.
i think it's a beautiful photograph; almost too beautiful & upscale to be a Vanity Fair (or any other magazine) cover shot.
Beautiful cover but the hair is bothersome.
So beautiful!!! I just Meryl Streep! Thanks for posting MMA!
Boring cover but lovee Meyl
Simplicity and Meryl at their best! OMG! Buying this!
I've always been a fan of Meryl, I'm pleased to see her get a cover. The cover is nice and simple, I like it.
I should like this cover - it's simple and it's Meryl. But something about it seems off to me. I think it might be the colours; the white kinda washes Meryl out, especially with the very fair hair. I'm just nitpicking though! At least they didn't do her in some glittery gown looking like a Liebovitz Barbie...
boring but good
Exactly how i imagined the cover to be when i heard Streep will grace it, smple, chic and classy.
Thanks for posting MMA.
Such a great cover. Simple yet classy. So good that this time it wasn't Annie Leibovitz who shot the cover or we might get... I really can't get my imagination to let me have a glimpse of the horrible photoshopped mess we would have to endure. Love Meryl!
What a pleasant suprise. Fashion and culture focused magazines almost never put women of a certain age (to use a quaint turn of phrase) on the cover. She looks stunning.
im meryl streep! bonjour!
i love it
Big cover and portfolio from VanityFair.com
Meryl Streep Photograph by Brigitte Lacombe.
The 5th pic would've made a better cover. But Mamma Mia, I Meryl.