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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by TZ001, Sep 15, 2020 at 2:46 AM.
Wow, Binx looks so commanding and sexy on the cover. So great to see her finally snatching these much deserved covers. I would not have known this was by Luigi and Iango had I not looked at the thread title. The cover looks like a slight departure from their usual aesthetic.
This is a great and strong cover. The best I've seen lately, to be fair. Binx is totally serving that pose in the water. The styling mixed with the water on this tiled floor works so well. I just love everything.
the collection was made for her. I can’t imagine other girl delivering like that.
Binx delivering as always.
I can really picture Bella Hadid here though. This stare is her oh-so well-known typical signature face.
I can't deny I'd have probably been more critical though
I love it screams luxury, sexy and kinky with the bored face of Binx ! I am in
Anthony Vaccarello ig stories
The best she’s ever looked IMO. The cover is so damn refreshing!
ughhhh, this is gorgeous. I can imagine Anthony getting pissed off because this is probably better than the campaign (which obviously will be Binx and others by Teller) although I love Juergen and he usually delivers at YSL.
A lot of people are complaining on IG about a goddamn nipple.
They’re painfully basic!
I think the cover is a nice shot but its an eyesore for me!
Cant go wrong with YSL this season though, its all just so damn photogenic.
We’re in a new era of conservative kidz.
Straightup smoulder, defiance and glamour: The Holy Trinity of HF. Thank you Vogue Korea.
God, suddenly joining the dots. This is probably a sponsored cover, that's why Anthony posted it. No doubt he insisted on them casting Binx because they probably wouldn't have. And we're all falling for it hook, line and sinker.
Sometimes ignorance is bliss.
well, for me it was obvious from the start. I mean: Binx wearing full YSL looks. It’s a miracle that Juergen didn’t shoot this lol
We’re also in the era of blatant corporate sponsorship. VI’s September issue of 100 covershots is nothing more than a Prada campaign. And I couldn’t care less as long as it's done solidly— and this is more than solid. I’ll take it.
This looks deliciously decadent, and I'm all for it! Binx really is on a row.
Well it should never be normalised purely because of the red tape. No wonder the full look policy is so iron-clad.
Thank God American and UK Vogue are not merely campaign carbon copies of campaigns. I'd rather their mediocre 'mall fashion' (lol) than a brand-sanctioned advertorial masquerading as a 'cover exclusive/special'. At least there's some sort of creative agency from the former and the brand didn't get to approve it as I'm sure Saint Laurent did in this case.
If you lot choose to be taken for mugs, count me out.
Anthony “Daddy” Vaccarello mugged me off and I liked it.