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Discussion in 'Vintage Magazines' started by vogue28, Feb 28, 2010.
The cover isn't actually Ruby, right?
Yeah that's def not Ruby Rose but maybe Rosie Tupper??
^perhaps, the cover there is gorgeous, with the beach as background ...
Ruby Rose has an article there, I guess, was already thinking if the fact she was "dating" Cat, they gave her a cover ...
SOrry for posting Ruby's thread. But either way, it still looks gorgeous and summery! Another original and spectacular cover from Vogue Australia
That's definitely Rosie Tupper!
They actually do look a little bit alike though...
Thanks for posting Vogue28!
I saw the Ruby Rose vid on their site and immediately thought it couldn't be for the cover...but then I thought, why not? But clearly it is just for an ed!
This should be out on Wednesday by the way, for those of you outside Aus.
This is Ruby:
Source: news.com.au Image: Vogue
You can see the video of Ruby's shoot here: vogue.com.au/vogue+tv/
Love the cover! So soft & refreshing.
Beautiful colour pallette and so calm, serene. Rosie looks lovely too. Can anyone i.d the designer of the dress on the cover?
she looks so young ! but it's fresh actually i like
Not much bigger, but a little better in quality:
not a fan of the cover - ruby rose looks great in the editorial.
So great, I love summery covers and this one is lovely
So that's the actual color of the masterhead? I think they should have opted with a soft shade of pink rather than that.
^ Mmm it's hard to know...the digital images always look different to the printed mag.
The Abbie Cornish cover had that gorgeous peach coloured font in the digital image, but the actual magazine was bright orange.
Some subscribers should get their copies today so hopefully we find out soon.
I completely agree. The softer colours look so much better.
This looks stunning, fresh color match
but the pose is so cliche.... words help a lot
Vogue Aus keeps delivering such gorgeous covers.. this is just perfect, so subtle and pure, and I love how the picture just works equally for the south's end of summer mood and the north's spring at full bloom.. it has all that airiness..
I think that the masthead's cover is a bit lighter in real life. Because VOGUE.COM.AU has a habit of uploading covers with a high contrast and looks more subtle and softer in real
^ Not always.
As I said, the Dec cover with Abbie Cornish had a pale peachy coloured font in the digital image, but the actual magazine was bright orange.
We'll just have to wait and see.
The cover is so beautiful and summery. Rosie looks a lot younger than usual, hardly recognized her.
Can't wait to see the content off this issue. I hope they've reprinted something, because they always go for the best.