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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by MDNA, Mar 31, 2020.
Where’s L&I magic? They did her so dirty.
They’re probably going to hate on this cover because it’s Vogue Hong Kong but I love the first one. It it was British Vogue and Dua everyone would swoon.
I actually like it. Simple and clean.
Yikes. The styling is terrible and tacky.
The art direction leaves much to be desired. Too bare for my liking.
VHK really needs to step up. They are on their way to replace the former Vogue Taiwan.
The styling is horrible. I do like the composition and pose of the second cover though. Especially that she has her arm through the ‘O’.
Just goes to show what an important role creative direction and styling play! Both covers look like they could work for Elle Taiwan, very subpar. And I find the styling rather cheap.
Another dud for this pointless edition.
I’m torn now you’ve pointed out the Elle Taiwan similarity @Benn98! Although we have Luigi & Iango, zero signs of weird post-production, minimal art direction and a sense of glamour - so I cannot complain, really.
This would have been nice but her expression didnt sell it
Photographer: Luigi & Iango
Stylist: Sean Kunjambu
Hair: Luigi Murenu
Make-Up: Georgi Sandev
Model/Celebrity: Joey Yung
READY OR KNOT
Photographer: Philippe Salomon
Stylist: Julia Gudova
Hair: Gavin Harwin
Make-Up: Yuki Hayashi
Model: Elsa Hosk
Photographer: Walter Chin
Stylist: Anya Ziourova
Hair: Brent Lawler
Make-Up: Hung Vanngo
Model: Daphne Groeneveld