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Discussion in 'Vintage Magazines' started by tarsha, Jul 2, 2010.
why does she look like that(face)
Hope this isn`t the start of another REPRINT ERA for Vogue Australia
I wanna love it because I love Cameron, but this is bad.
This are Regan Cameron not Mario Testino
I don't like her facial expression on the cover.
Its a reprint of a UK vogue cover, right? The black text really makes it look bad
Codie - Perfectly Pretty
Model: Codie Young
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Is this technically a reprint? It's an outtake from Cameron's UK Vogue shoot, which wasn't printed.
Judging from the image, the masthead looks gold foil. I actually like it too. Thanks tarsha!
Yay for Codie That edit couldn't have been entitled more accurately, Perfectly Pretty pretty much sums up her appeal. Her pose on the second shot looks rather awkward, however she's flawless on each other shot Once again, Vogue Australia is being predictable by hiring Australian models... Not that I mind this kind of predictability, quite the opposite, I find that glorious.
the same pic was used by Vanity Fair Italy for their last issue!
That's the first reprint cover after October 2009 issue from VA. I hope this won't continue.
That's a bit different image from her UK Vogue cover, and I prefer this one.
P.S. Cover is shot by Regan Cameron not by Testino, sorry for my mistake.
Why did't they make Codie the cover instead of Cameron! Do they need buyers?
Really do not like that cover at all.
Hmm, a reprint! Don't really like the cover much just the way I didn't like the UK Vogue cover.
this is getting really silly
Oh, please, not re-print! And especially when it comes with Cameron
Codie's spread is disappointing, she doesn't even look like herself quite dull and lifeless too
anyway, i guess this is a bit of an Aussie new face issue, there are supposed to be six girls in total
Julia - Under Wraps
Julia Nobis by Nicole Bentley
She looks so stiff.
If they wanted to do a re-print couldn't they at least pick a better cover? At times I wonder why bother having Vouge Australia as a separate magazine.