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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by amby, Dec 10, 2018.
Did they change their art direction? These covers are refreshing and not weird like their previous covers. Besides, they hired Pamela who is a more famous photographer. Glad to see Eva.
The first cover is the bomb, the other two are unnecessary. Like why bother making three whole covers?
The first cover is absolutely gorgeous, and while it doesn't look like Vogue Czechoslovakia based on the previous two (which were trying quite hard to fit in with the post-Vogue Italia style of Vogue Ukraine and Vogue Portugal), if they continue in this vein they will quickly carve out an identity different from the rest of the European Vogues. Very crisp and fresh.
The first cover is the best, they shouldn't bother with the other two.
It looks vintage-y and I mean that as a compliment.
At last !!! I waited for this moment !
Thank you Pamela Hanson for this ! Fresh, living, it's an instant feel good effect !
Finally! Let's hope they have left the pseudointellectual, artsy-fartsy bull behind and will focus on delivering striking images from now on.
i wish they did, but i highly doubt so. the missing identity so far is what bugs me most about this title. just the use of the oversized font annoys me so much.
the orange feels a bit vogue netherlands or something
These are pretty great covers. Hopefully the content inside lives up to them.
Finally a cover that effectively persuades why this particular Vogue should exist.
This one should have been the debut issue.
Ugly covers. Reminds me of sports illustrated.
That second cover with that red dress is GORGEOUSSSSS !!! The other two are ok.
Quoting myself from their December thread just to say...
OH BOY WAS I WRONG! This magazine is a joke.
Good for them. Why have unremarkable pedestrians when you can have stunning legends like Eva or Karolina? I don't get the whole "I'm so tired of 90s models" thing; ageism is pretty much the only reason most of the younger models even have a job. They're just that bad.
The first cover is great.
What is the meaning of the odd coverline 'Out of Office'? Is this a weak attempt at cleverly positioning these 'looks' as office to beach attire friendly?
I used to adore Pamela's work. However, these covers could've been shot by a plethora of generic, look-alike photogs of today.