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Discussion in 'Vintage Magazines' started by ganimedes, Feb 18, 2010.
Inside: Anja, Masha Novoselova, Chanel Iman and Valentina Zeliaeva.
omg Anja is so beautiful )))))
I can expect that kind of cover from Vogue Spain and I'm not surprised. I don't like the cover very much.
Better than i expected when i read Anja By Patrick but still bad.
TODAS SOMOS BEAUTIFUL!!!jajajajajjajajajajjajajaja
And i can´t understand why they included an interview to Esperanza Aguirre, maybe its because i can´t stand political interviews in Vogue, is like they want to justify Vogue for being a shallow magazine.
Cute cover! I can say i like it. The outfit, the pose and atmosphere.
Yep, i love it! Great ANja, well done!
Omg, get it Anja!
I didn't expect this at all.
That's all it needed! OMG, Esperanza in Vogue, I don't know wether to laugh or cry.
"La biblia de la moda". How boring and pretentious is saying that of your own magazine.
Well, I don't adore it, too much of feathers even for me Happy to see Anja though, another Vogue cover is great for her!
not bad, but so Vogue UK
Amaya Montero, Amaya Salamanca, Estefanía Luyk, Edurne Pasabán, María Valverde, Sonia Ferrer... ¡Todas somos beautiful! I don't believe
Me neither, in fact ellas son so ugly.
As people say it's not that bad, I'd say it's too good for them (considering what they've been doing lately). I would never have expected this to be a Vogue España cover. Those shoes are awful though.
It's annoying they don't usually count on Marina, she should be the girl featuring this cover.
I like Anja on that cover, but that hat is annoying!! I'd rather see her face.
What I appreciate about Spanish Vogue is that every month, you don't know who to expect, and this is no different. Given what I think of Anja's current look, this cover could have been a lot worse, and it wouldn't put me off buying this issue.
Sometimes I feel this edition gets rather maligned at tfs, when I find there's a lot to enjoy - especially the articles where the magazine takes a look at something current in fashion, and prints images of the inspiration behind it, which means you get features which are a great photographic mix of the latest catwalk looks and classic shots from yesteryear.
It's a magazine that feels aimed at women who want to appreciate fashion in a red-blooded way, with an awareness of its developments and its context, without going too close to the overly experimental edges. Some might be disappointed with that sort of presentation, but every edition of Vogue has its own voice, and there's definitely a place for this one (even if it's only in my bookstack).
Love Anja's expression, but the feathers with the dress look too untidy to be on a cover. I think if it was an editorial pic it would be okay, though.
I think that's a lovely cover, I really like it.
What a lovely cover, it feels a bit like a reprint though?
this is a gorgeous cover, i LOVE the feather and of course i love Anja