Vogue México & Latin America November 2018 : Salma Hayek by Alex Lubomirski

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  1. zacatecas570

    zacatecas570 Well-Known Member

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    Ed.. cape cod kwassa kwassa!

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    I want to like the cover but she looks worried/concerned. I am looking forward to the cover story though.
     
  3. jorgepalomo

    jorgepalomo Well-Known Member

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    I love the cover. Glad to see her again on Vogue Mexico.

    Ps. There is a mistake in the name of the thread... this is the november cover. :)
     
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    Gorgeous, simple it may be, but it works. I feel like those often times they do celebs, they do it better than other Vogues.
     
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    Beautiful.
    Sometimes simple is best.
     
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    I like the one for Latin America.
     
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    I love the first one, the second one is a MESS!!! What the hell without shoes????? A fashion cover without high heels??? And the second one on top of that looks like a backstage photo lol but the first one is pretty.
     
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    I can't get myself to like either cover. It's not bad, but there's something mediocre and cheesy about it.

    As for Salma, I know she's a Mexican icon, but is she still acting? She's actually a capable actress, but she's not been in a decent film ever since she 'secured security' by marrying the billionaire who made Linda Evangelista drag him to court for child support. And Salma's display as all that played out was revolting and tacky, so I don't particularly care for her.
     
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    FEATURES:

    Salma Hayek
    (12 Pages)
    Photographer: Alexi Lubomirski
    Stylist: Angelo Desanto
    Cast: Salma Hayek

    Perú Vive (8 Pages +4 for Latam Edition)
    Photographer: Daniel Clavero
    Stylist: Angelo Desanto
    Cast: Aube Jolicouer

    L’amour Fou (10 Pages -2 for Latam Edition)
    Photographer: Carlijn Jacobs
    Stylist: Valentina Collado
    Cast: Valerija K

    Culto a la Muerte (6 Pages Only Mexican edition)
    Photographer: Gia Coppola
    Stylist: Pedro Sales
    Cast: Unia Pakhomova, Zarina Green, Marisha Urushadza

    Also feautures an interview with Maria Grazia Chiuri about her resort collection inspired in Mexican “escaramuzas”, another one about the women's suffrage (only for Latam) and an interview that no one asked for about Adela Micha, a pseudo Mexican journalist (only for Mexican edition).

    Plus: None of the editions has multi covers. And both includes Vogue Hombre supplement (J. Balvin for Latam, Jesús Navarro -who?- for Mexico).
     
  10. Lola701

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    I'm always surprised to see Salma Hayek on the covers of magazines.
    I know she is the unofficial/Official ambassador of Kering but does that justify her presence in magazines?
    She is beautiful and all and maybe she is an icon but come on!
     
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    ^ what haha

    Maybe she's just known in France for marrying one of their fashion tycoons and maybe that's considered a merit over there, but she was more than established as an actress, producer and activist and landing Vogue/Bazaar covers as a result of that for easily over 10 years before that man came into the picture. If anything I find that connection to fashion a bit annoying, her "style" (which is totally irrelevant next to her accomplishments and not the accomplishment) is f*cking awful. She looks good here though, simple styling suits her and she's aging nicely..
     
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    Salma Hayek (12 Pages)
    Photographer: Alexi Lubomirski
    Stylist: Angelo Desanto
    Cast: Salma Hayek

    salma1.jpg salma2.jpg salma3.jpg salma4.jpg salma5.jpg salma6.jpg salma7.jpg salma8.jpg salma9.jpg
     
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    Perú Vive (8 Pages +4 for Latam Edition)
    Photographer: Daniel Clavero
    Stylist: Angelo Desanto
    Cast: Aube Jolicouer

    peru1.jpg peru2.jpg peru3.jpg peru4.jpg peru5.jpg peru6.jpg peru7.jpg peru8.jpg peru9.jpg peru10.jpg
     
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    L’amour Fou (10 Pages -2 for Latam Edition)
    Photographer: Carlijn Jacobs
    Stylist: Valentina Collado
    Cast: Valerija K

    amour1.jpg amour2.jpg amour3.jpg amour4.jpg amour5.jpg amour6.jpg amour7.jpg amour8.jpg amour9.jpg amour10.jpg
     
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    Culto a la Muerte (6 Pages Only Mexican edition)
    Photographer: Gia Coppola
    Stylist: Pedro Sales
    Cast: Unia Pakhomova, Zarina Green, Marisha Urushadza

    culto1.jpg culto2.jpg culto3.jpg culto4.jpg culto5.jpg culto6.jpg
     
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    Wow, very impressed with the last three edits! I'm hard pressed to choose the best one because they're all quite impressive. Three great examples of an underrated model, photographer and stylist coming together and delivering great work. Like the landscape in Aube's
    edit, the glamour in Valeria's, and the atmosphere in the last one.

    Why do they trim the edits for the LA edition? So odd. Surely they can get other advertisers on board to increase the overall page count of the magazine?
     
  17. dodencebt

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    She was the lead in a lovely little film called Beatriz at Dinner last year, you should see it. It's criminal that her acting didn't get more attention.
     
  18. ivano

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    Valerija Kelava :heart::clap:
     
  19. EstefaniaAbaddon

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    I LOVE Salma and I wish her editorial didn't look so amateur. The styling is terrible and I'm not a fan of the photography and edition either.

    And I do hope the questioning regarding her relevancy is just a joke. She is as relevant as any other Hollywood actress (and better than most of these new "actresses"). She was quite vocal and important during the Harvey Weinstein case, she beautifully portrayed Frida Khalo and, sure, she gave us that amazing and iconic From Dusk Till Dawn dance scene (although Quentin makes it all quite cringe, I still love how empowered she looks).

    Style wise she was never my definition of chic but I understand how important she was to so many Latin and olive skinned women around the globe. She is a Latin icon, like it or not. I just wish the cover (and the whole ed) said that too.
     
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