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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by AL92, Jun 4, 2016.
They always get it right!
They really salvage the Vogue brand.
Hey, this is fantastic! I'm surprised it's Mia on the cover; it looks really nice, clean and almost enthusiastic. I like the Prada too.
I don't like it.
What a bad cover, she could be used so much better, i don't like anything about this!
eek what's this? she's such a good model.. and after her Interview Germany cover + story this is just tragic.
The second shot would've been a much better cover imo.
^ Ditto. But Prada's budget tops Pilotto's so
Another cover that had the potential of being great, but ended up being okay. The hair... It looks so wrong. They should've styled it properly. I dislike the over blurred background. It makes it look less real.
Why did they ditch the old font? It was perfect! It added a lot to the covers. This new font reminds me of Vogue India
I liked her first cover more, and I agree about the 2nd shot being more coverworthy. Glad to see Mia regardless. Just wished they styled her hair better.
Both beautiful styled images of Mia!
They used too much photoshop. Look at her legs ! The 2nd shot is beautiful though
Bland cover, don't bring life.
Vogue Australia are BY FAR the best creators of Vogue covers in terms of layouts, fonts, interesting cover stars, colors, fashion, photographer. They did once again a stellar job. Here Mia looks great, the clothing is superb, the fonts and layout are refreshing and it´s just perfect. Well done
Sigh that second shot would've been perfect, but still Vogue Australia knock it out of the park time and time again.
This is great, she could easily pass for a model here, and it's nice to see her styled in duds with some attitude.
I do think the second shot would've made for a better cover, but I don't hate what they have either. Mia is a hit or miss for me, and here she looks nice.
First Look: Mia Wasikowska covers Vogue Australia’s July 2016 issue
In the issue, which hits stands on June 13, the Alice: Through the Looking Glass star opens up about her Hollywood-to-Sydney hiatus, having an “anonymous life” and why gardening is good for the soul.