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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by vogue28, Sep 21, 2020.
The composition is kinda weird, but with a face like this one you just can't go wrong.
In love! For a second there I thought it was an archive shot, she looks really good here!
Exactly this morning I thought of her when I saw the Gucci SS 1998 campaign, because she is the one who made G-String memorable. And the injustice is that she didn’t get that campaign.
I’m glad she is on the covers of Spanish magazines again.
Esther is such a pleasant surprise! I wonder if we'll see a comeback similar to Shalom's.
I don't like anything about the cover - not the font, image nor colours. But I'm sure the edit will be miles better as is normally the case with Vogue Spain.
Suddenly closing a Balmain show and now a Vogue cover, something might be in the works. Then again Spanish magazines do use the nineties beauties quite often, Ines Sastre just had a Vogue cover in February.
For a second I thought it was Cameron Diaz
Excited to see Esther!!
Oh my god, Esther!! What a pleasant surprise! She looks incredible. Definitely buying if I see it on the newsstand!
They really made up for that ugly disaster of September cover with this, regardless of the fact that it looks like a Subscribers cover. Luckily, Esther saved it with her beauty and charm.
The picture is gorgeous, she’s stunning but the cover doesn’t work in certain way
One of the first models I loved... her DKNY ads are forever ingrained in my memory and admittedly influenced the expectations I subjected NYC to (and naturally could never live up to ). She looked surreal... and I was too young and too innocent to know 'surreal' usually means a ton of plastic surgery lol.. I laugh now whenever people bring up Bella's 'entire fake face', when it has a lot less procedures than the ones Esther had in order to look so out of this world and achieve so much in fashion. Regardless of the means, she still became a great model, but sadly, aging does a number on skin with this amount of excessive pressure put on it since a young age and she looks more scary than 'good' now.. so I think the angles, shadows, darkness and blurry effects of this cover are a result of the challenges of that. It's a shame we can't even see her eyes (hopefully in the inside story) because they were so pretty and the one feature that was all hers.
I'm getting a little glamourous Veruschka, lovely cover!
Hahahaha! The one where she's kissing Mark Vanderloo in the rain, with all that romance novel-realness, that one was stunning as well. I think it may have been for a scent. God, those ads were everywhere at the time.
I'd lie if I said that I admired her in her heyday, I was fairly indifferent. She looked too much like a cat (see Jessica Stam). In a way she was the odd one out because she exuded sex appeal when most models didn't at the time. That was before Gisele and Angelina Jolie.
^ yes, a perfume (which I got, of course) and the DKNY line too. Mark was also so dreamy and really influenced my expectations of what handsome should look like (now he's really influencing my fear for aging and the importance of sunscreen, a good sleep pattern, not smoking- dude looks like he's spent the last 40 years carrying buckets of water through hills to hand-wash his clothes).
Yes, when you see the regular models when she was around.. Jodie Kidd, Michelle Hicks.. Esther really stood out with that Angelina 'man-eater' appeal. I don't even know if she was that closely associated with Chloé but her appearances there really marked the tenure of Chloé by Stella McCartney for me.. that unapologetic femininity and sensuality.
LOL, such a slave to commercialism, seems like we were all Gretchen Wieners in our teen years!
Re Mark, he appeared on the cover of GQ Spain last year and crikey, time has dealt that man with a shocking hand of cards. A solid 6 months of glycolic AHAs should fix his skin though. He's probably using some vegan skincare brand made by a rich friend who concocts the 'all natural' ingredients purely as a pet project.
^ I'd say that vegan stuff might be working, I hadn't seen that story, but have you seen his Vogue Man Nederland one from 2017? . He's a few months older than my father, who is in the predictable bloated/balding phase of the 50s, I really don't think these wrinkles belong there, more in the late 70s category. Anyway, I'm sure he didn't exactly ask for them and now feel a little bad lol. Moral of the stories here (both Esther and Mark)-: keep a healthy lifestyle, and yes to surgeries.. gradually.
One of my favourite models of all time and the cover is glam!
What a terrible cover, i never got her appeal.
Esther is finely aging into Veruschka. The covershot doesn’t do the edit justice: Nico has captured her resembling Michelle Pfeiffer’s Ladyhawke in all her regal air with this story. The leading shot is gorgeous and should’ve been the select covershot. But at least it’s an 18page story of pure Esther. And it’s the only worthy story of the issue.
Vogue España October 2020
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Photographer: Nico Bustos
Stylist: Juan Cebrian
Hair: Jordi Fontanals
Makeup: Wendy Iles
Cast: Esther Cañadas
Vogue España Digital Edition