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Discussion in 'Vintage Magazines' started by tarsha, Oct 28, 2010.
How many times has this woman appeared on the cover of Vogue India? Really don't like the cover, from the preview.
^ It's her second cover for Vogue India.
Such a downgrade from last month's amazing cover. If they want to do a bridal issue, I think they should put out a supplemental one each year.
Well it`s not what you expect after seeing such a fabulous/glamorous Cindy on their October cover. It`s not bad, It`s not lovely, and it`s verging on decent. Is she wearing Louis Vuitton F/W '10?
I really don`t like the bullet form text on their covers. It looks so awful.
hot !! great eyes
^ Agreed...beautiful eyes!
i like the cover from what we can see in the preview; but who approved the bullet points for that briday guide to the right? looks super ugly. kind of like a grocery list.
why is it in english :|
^Why do people keep asking why is Vogue India in English their entire website is in english people in India do speak english.
The same reason why they complain about Vogue Australia and Vogue Brazil not being seasonal enough with their covers.
Vogue India November 2010
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It looks A LOT prettier & better when in HQ. The background lighting goes well with the text and as well as her dress.
I am bemused at this issue being referred to as "The Sari Issue" and yet there is not a sari in sight on the cover.
I would prefer to see her in a beautifully styled sari than in a dress that makes her look like an overgrown child performer. There's something strange about the proportions...
I like it, cant wait to see the wide array of Saris
The cover looks a lot better in HQ but there's one thing I'd have liked to see, that is Priyanka in a sari. If that's the main topic of the issue, why did they have to dress her up like a doll?! Doesn't make sense to me.
Very nice! Thanks, MON!
Has ANY issue of Indian Vogue featured the covergirl in a sari, or anything remotely ethnic? I don't remember ALL their covers, but some of them I can recall - the one featuring Victoria Beckham, Gisele and the first one with Gemma Ward and a host of other girls. Vogue China or Vogue India can feature more ethnic wear, IMO. Makes it more interesting.