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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by Vini, Aug 28, 2018.
it looks like an outtake from another shoot and they just cropped in her face
I don’t like what’s going on in the neck area.
Damn, VB is on a roll. I think this is stunning. Gigi looks gorgeous. This is once again giving me VI/Meisel teas.
I'm loving L&I for VB.
(I wish the could celebrate September with a Brazilian model. Ellen Rosa, Eduarda Bretas, Aira, Samile or someone else)
Tinkerbell about to take off.
The colors are nice, the make up and hair a la Brigitte Bardot. Not bad.
She looks caught off-guard.
Not bad, but this just looks like 'yet another cover for Gigi Hadid' as opposed to a special September one. Or maybe I'm just too fatigued with her. The styling looks nice, I suppose.
Looks like an outtake from her last Vogue Japan cover story same hair same make up ...
Luigi & Iango signature
Looks like her Vogue Japan cover
The head was attached to a Meisel portrait.
That’s how terrible this is
Brazil, along with Paris, are the only Vogues that are consistently providing distinct, modern HF imagery these days.
She looks great here. Shame that they have to showcase that hideous dress— and against a white seamless. When it’s a dreadful color that bloggers and streeters already did in 2014, you know it’s over. The dreaded grey background would actually compliment this cover.
I want to like it... the makeup and styling could be interesting... but Gigi's face looks off
I actually like it, she pulled off the 60's makeup!
I like it (eve tho I'm TIRED of Hadids on magazine covers), they are doing very Vogue Italia covers.
Even the new incarnation of Vogue Italia wouldn't stoop to type treatment and layout like that! The positioning and everything seems so middle market....
Compare this with the stunning Bella Hadid covers that POP unveiled last week.....
I'm ALL for seeing Gigi Hadid by Luigi & Iango (especially given the fact their collabs for Vogue Japan have all been terrific) and this should have been a match made in heaven for September but something's missing for me. The shot itself looks like it has been rotated somewhat and just seems... off. The Prada dress clashes with the orange masthead and I'm not a fan of this 60s-esque hairstyle either.
I'm all for texture, but everything looks like it's crying out for a comb. If you had a compulsion to tidy things up, this cover would set you off.
Very bad taste. Looks cheap.
I feel like there's a Luigi&Iango pack when you shoot with them. Same make-up, Same hair...
I feel like i've seen it many times because i know for a fact that i've seen it too many times.
I'm not going to fall for it this time.
So true, while they do actually work with different editors and stylists, the result always looks the same.
From their interview with The Impression:
Working in pairs can be a challenge, too. How do you two work together?
LUIGI MURENU: Being an ex-dancer, Iango is very precise. He’s very polished and focused in all of the work that he does with the lighting, styling, and so on. I’m much more impulsive. I can decide at the last moment to propose something different for the hair and makeup, or even change the mood of the shot. But we do these things together, there is no artifice. We come together to create; we are two people in one soul, with one view.
Full interview here is worth a read as well!
Anyway, it seems this is the full edit:
And unsurprisingly, it's another variation of the Bardot/Jeune ingenue look. Tired, exhausting and maybe as annoying as seeing a jeans ed in Vogue Paris.