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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by vogue28, Nov 3, 2017.
Love this cover
Pretty, but she barely looks like herself, reminds me a bit of Malgosia Bela.
Easily her best cover, out of the four she done for them. Stunning.
It's great of Vogue Germany to feature her again! She looks beautiful but I agree that it's too Photoshopped.
Typical Luigi & Iango, turning their women into mannequins. But it looks more like Toni?? Also the cover in general looks very pale, not something I'd do for Christmas.
I like the iciness. Diane already has a very generic model face, so any amount of added photoshop just make her look more boring. I however used to adore her, so maybe I'll get this issue. That is, if it looks nice in real life.
She looks like Adele to me!!! Totally flavourless cover, a bit like her actually.
I like her as a person, but I really dislike her face... but that covers save her, I don't see anymore what I dislike... ah photoshop
I LOVE it! reminds me of Bazaar covers from the 2000s
She's certainly received the typical Luigi & Iango treatment here, and I don't hate it. I love the slight sense of festivity the image possesses, the feathered Alexander McQueen and just love the overall look for December. It's a fabulous cover (and someone tell me why the yellow masthead works)!
not sure about the yellow plus she looks like Josephine Skriver here
This looks really good.
Flawless. She was a top model in the 90's after all (face of Dior several times and Vogue Paris covergirl).
Stunning! I can feel the festive vibe
After Malgosia Bela, Adele, Josephine Skriver... I see a bit of Kasia Struss here
It's true that she looks nothing like herself. Unrecognizable. Gorgeous shot, though!
she doesn't look like herself, what a shame
Shame at the photoshop, once again. I'm so fed up with this photoshop culture, let women just look like actual people. Diane is a stunning woman as well, who clearly doesn't need any. In fact, they have made her look a lot worse.
Total Amber Valletta vibes for me with killer brows to match
Daniele + Iango for i-D Fall 2012:
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I agree, the all over highlighting, over-exposure really blows out the details in Diane's features which I think was both an aesthetic editorial choice as well as yet another example of oft used lighting manipulation to soften skin flaws and wrinkles.