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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by helligirl, Jun 18, 2018.
I actually like this. (as far as the images goes) Gigi looks great.
Boring grey background tho.
I don´t have a problem with Gigi but I don´t like the styling, layout or background...
Can we stop with the goddamn quilts? I like quilts, especially handmade ones with creative fabrics. The editorial/advertising trend of just, like, randomly holding a quilt seems so absurd to me, though. What have you wrought, Raf Simons?
This is heinous.
She looks beautiful, but looks like a bad fan made version of Vogue UK.
Can't believe such styling appeared in Vogue.
Vogue Australia is just lost. I no longer see its identity, or at the very least, its direction.
The art direction is also dumb. Who finds that appealing?
Can we also stop with this goddamn type of gloves?! They make everyone look like Dr. Frank N. Furter, that by the way was more infinitely more fabulous that Gigi can ever manage to look in any type of cover. She looks like she's half asleep.
Give us a BREAK!! So sick of the same models over, and over!!!! But this might be her worst cover in a while. Everything looks awful!!
Awful cover. She looks so washed out especially with the too-dark brows and the weird facial expression - editorial shots don't look any better either. I actually thought Sgura had been improving of late too!
Gigi again looking lifeless lol... AND another bad Vogue Australia cover with no sense of style and bad layout. NEXT !
It looks like Vogue Russia to me and that's not a compliment.
If this is what you're going to produce in 2018, bring back Elle Macpherson running on a beach, regardless of the season, regardless of the decade.
^That would've made a better cover.
I think the cover is fine, but my reaction overall is "wut".
Crikey, I actually enjoy what this magazine does! This is certainly many steps backwards. Sgura really didn't even try with this. It's so shockingly unimaginative! Styling looks terrible, I'm fed up with the Hadids pandering for sympathy, and I can't believe they went for a grey backdrop. Get it together, Edwina.
Someone said 'a fan-made UK Vogue'.....sounds spot on.
Gigi can't pull off this kind of pseudo-intellectual styling. The whole get-up wears her and she ends up looking either confused or overwhelmed.
I wonder how many of those that complain about the art direction have actually seen the magazine in real life? The art direction on the cover is more fully appreciated once you pick up a hard copy of the magazine.
As somone said on the previous month, Vogue Australia, is appearing to have the most mature and authentic voices of all the global editions. Alongside, US Vogue, while other editions are undergoing an identity crisis and struggling to look trendy, VA is consistent, confident, fresh and original.
Do yourself a favour and pick up a hardcopy, you will appreciate the covers much more.
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