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Discussion in 'Vintage Magazines' started by IAmLordZen, Oct 1, 2010.
Photographer: Alexi Lubomirski
Lovely cover! Constance looks great!
reprint... reprint... when they will start to sell something original?
i really hate that angle...makes her jaw look weird nice colours though gotta admit
Out of their past 20 covers, only 6 have been reprints. I think they're doing OK.
The photographer is Alexi Lubomirski, reprint from Vogue Germany September 2010.
^and in their past 20 covers, is there one, only one, that really caught your attention? me no... and sorry for that cause I think its a Great chance to have a Vogue edition in Greece!
anyway I find it boring even if I like the original shot!
i like it.
Yes, for me there has been many. Vogue Hellas covers, both originals and reprints, are usually very colourful and dynamic. They aren't all perfect but I find them very attention-grabbing and in many cases very pleasing to look at. As for the content, I can't say.
I don't like looking up into her nose.
I like the cover too!
It's an unusual angle, but I gotta admit I like it. It makes Constance look kind of alien-esque.
I love her and i like this, but i could fit a foot in those nostrils
What does hellas mean?
I agree completely. That angle is unfortunate. With an HQ image we'll be able to count the boogers up there.
Her nostrils are what I noticed first.
Awful reprint. Is this Constance's 2nd Hellas cover?
^yes. She was also on the July cover!
i like it