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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by TZ001, Aug 30, 2019.
I love it!
Previews. Source model-management.de
This is just soooo 2001, which I don’t like.
This graffiti wall which isn’t match with dress and her mole face.
Graffiti matches with street wear or tailored black oversize clothes like Marie amelie sauve styled in her golden years.
I guess this is first time when Juergen teller contributes to German vogue. Which is kinda odd, because aside from Peter Lindbergh, he is German pride. And he always came back to his German roots in his work.
Why would a bold and colourful dress not match with a bold and colourful graffiti wall?
Mikel, that’s just looking as old momma trying to appropriate young subculture. I know, lots of magazines did it, but only few succeed, I seriously can’t even recall any of shooting made in this aesthetic. Bold feminine clothing or haute couture and graffiti. Graffiti looks convenient with oversize layered graphic styling and some streetwear because it’s from the same story.
more than 80 pages long portfolio by Teller in this issue
Hope it’s not 80 pages of only girl editorial, I’m fed up with vogue Paris already
I like the cover a lot but the editorial not so much.
Now that I'm excited for! Hope for a great cast. Would love Lily McMenamy to be there.
So far these seem like what he did for POP.
Ew, and just like that I have a whole new appreciation for those September covers with Adut Akech and Rebecca Leigh Longendyke.
Ouch! I'll just stick to my copy of French Marie Claire with ms Kruger on the cover.
Oh God, 80 pages of Berliner riff raff? Pass me the vomit pail. Loathe the cover and preview. And this is the official anniversary cover? Crikey!
Love this cover ! It's fun, engaging and eye-catching.
I like how the masterhead seems to be coming form the wall. It should have been the september cover
I usually don't like Teller, but somehow this works for me! It must be due to Diane: I love her and her energy.
I love this and screens Berlim. It’s fantastic!
We have a winner for the Cover Challenge. Ugliest cover.
What on earth is this? The background is and eyesore. The styling is too much for the setting. The art direction is pathethic.
People got paid for this? Really?
Oh Madame Arp. Do better. With the rate of your covers, history will not be kind on your legacy.
A tip for CN Editors, always create your BEST cover. Editors come and go, so always make sure that every issue is the best one cause it might be the last. Davydova, Doletskaya, Roitfeld are a testament.
Imagine if this was Arp's last. What legacy?
80 pages of random people and food inside Vogue? Ew.
I never liked Juergen except for some of his older shoots and Céline ads but this is just so... what? I don't have words for it I can't believe they printed it and thought it's a good idea. Also what a waste of Diane. Wearing that hideous bodysuit in the middle of nowhere? What's the story here? God! I wish Vogues would just stick to their good old fashion content and if they can't do it, reprint your old issues damn it. It'd sell better.