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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by vogue28, Dec 16, 2020.
We need to talk about why this magazine is always upside-down. Are you Australia or what? And why this magazine always asking their reader questions? It's doesn't make your magazine intellectual it's just annoying.
I love Sasha's cover so much. It's sensual yet soft. This magazine really delivers.
Sasha’s shot is very good, but for the cover it would’ve been so much better if she looked into the camera.
First image is nice, but not coverworthy. Looks like an editorial outtake.
Second cover would be perfect, rotated!
When you ruin good work with trying to be edgy.
Both covers had potential
First cover looks like she was just figuring out her pose and the camera already captured her. Such a shame because the set-up is already intriguing.
I love Sasha's cover, Juliane's gives me a headache
God, they are worse than Farneti with their ''edginess''.
The first one looks hella cheap: this isn't Vogue, it's ''Lui'' at best.
The second one works very well as a portrait but it's ridiculous to turn it upside down.
I love the sexiness of Sasha's cover. The second cover is also not bad but she kind of looks like a Russian doll.
I love the first cover. There’s something very femme fatale about it.
The first cover is beautiful. If she made eye contact the picture wouldn't have the same feeling. The second one looks like a monster you would see peeking out from under your bed
When did they finally decide to start making something that is actually good? I love the first cover. Maybe not enough for me to go and buy it but its quite good.
'Moon and Tarots'
Photographer: Florian & Sebastian
Editor/Stylist: Gemma Bedini
Makeup: Loni Baur
Casting: Tasha Tongpreecha
Model: Juliane Grüner
The title of the thread is wrong, the model last name is Luss, not Lucas.
Btw, the first cover is gorgeous!!
I like the Sasha's cover & use it the Helmut Newton's style.