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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by amby, Nov 29, 2018.
I’m getting Sigrid Agren vibes, which is nice I guess.
Still can’t stand her though.
I like that! It looks vintage. It's gorgeous. It also helps that it looks nothing like her. I just wish they airbrushed that tacky little star tattoo on her finger. I'm just nitpicking though. I'm looking forward to the editorial.
She’s been getting a lot of covers lately....Now it makes sense why she married him!
Wow..cant wait for second cover ...
Oh, I thought they were only engaged.
This looks nothing like her which is the most positive thing I can say right now.
such a bad model and a bad cover lol...
I love this cover, excited to see the second! It gives me Andy Warhol poloroid vibes
Wait, ist hat seriously her?!! Not in a million years would i recognize her, wtf!
Lol at the Hailey Bieber. Not liking the covers, btw. (The Arabic one is on their IG).
I can't stand her but... the cover is not bad. Reminds me to Vogue CS with Lara.
"Introducing Mrs Bieber" indeed... I don't like it. She can't pull it off.
Better than I was expecting considering that is Justin Bieber's girlfriend. But nothing great. We have seen this so many times before.
Another cover placement bought and paid for. She doesnt have the range. Did they morph her face with JB's?
Close up you can really tell how below average her features are.
How is Bieber relevant enough to get her all these covers? I would never think his bride would make this much fuss in fashion world when the public barely cares.
some of the editorial already out here... hmm boring
Art Department - Photography - Zoey Grossman
And... a second cover to show off the ring. That in your face boasting didn't work out so well for Mrs. West.
I'm ok with the vintage 70s Penthouse porno style of the first cover, but the second cover just makes me think ' trash'.
I'd like to see fashion magazine that are about fashion rather than third rate celebrities wallowing in their own phony image.
I understand the concept of having contrasting ed & covers with the ‘More is more & less is more’ idea but by the looks of the preview it could have been pushed way further to really emphasis that concept.