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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by Ivanovaju, Aug 29, 2018.
The photo on the cover is gorgeous, I love it. It reminds me a bit of the Versace fall/winter 1998 campaign by Meisel.
Willy Vanderperre needs to stop
Everything looks pretty good. Hate the font used for the cover though.
Are they trying to imitate the snapchat/instagram stories with that Paradiso font and placement?
everything looks so indie imo, I just can´t find the energy to care about VI anymore...
I like Sasha's editorial. The rest is trash.
I like Dufort's editorial...
What in the world is happening with the Photoshop in the Alberta Ferretti shot of Solve's editorial?! A baby would've put together a more realistic looking "multi-arm" woman.
I had put my expectation very low for Farneti's Vogue Italia, that I find this issue pretty good.
I am surprised that I actually like Lotta's styling and setting efforts - if only she didn't add that damn mustache.
They use the same typo of last year September issue. Since when the new Vogue Italia went with a concept when they had no concept at all?
What I found lazy is they basically use the same concept/format of last September: an Italian model fronting the covers by (the same) 3 groups of photographers, but they don’t even bother finding another font for the cover headline...
I am all for them supporting their own models, last year Mariacarla this year Vittoria, but they could have come up with another idea.
They obviously want to be a British indie now - and on that level I'd say they're slightly better than Love magazine although the Willy Vanderperre drags them down to another / Another level
All seems a bit try hard and dated by industry clique super insiders worrying about ageing?
You missed the bus guys