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Discussion in 'Vintage Magazines' started by Faith Akiyama, Nov 18, 2010.
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want more tom, less daphne (or at least see more of daphne's dress)
I guess this was originally supposed to be the cover for November.
^^same. Love that cover though, it looks great for a Dec/Jan cover.
Something is missing.
Doubtful. Tom Ford was always meant to guest edit the end-of-the-year issue (Which is the annual tradition for VP).
Aww, daddy Tom is back!!! LOVE IT
Daphne! She's scored one of the most prestigious covers, hasn't she? Also, if I'm not mistaken, this s her first ever Vogue cover, and VP no less.
Really..? Daphne Groeneveld? Holy cow, now that's something that's really unexpected. But I have to admit that the cover looks good and the dress seems like a great one. Want more Tom!
hopefully Carine found a way to make Tom's collection look better. (A thought, hope) Maybe she got exclusivity on the best looks from his collection..I'm hoping because based on what is in Vogue US..not all that impressed
That is breathtaking. I love absolutely everything about this cover. I never cared for Daphne but she looks sensational and I love how Tom Ford is seemingly in the background yet his presence is just as strong as Daphne's. Just a perfect balance.
Daphne's front teeth really stand out.
Why is Tom in the corner? He looks so out of place plus I get a voyeuristic feel with him like that but he still looks good.The model looks great, it probably would've been better without him but I wish there was a proper image of them together. Other than that I'm totally excited for the contents
is good no Great i think like more Tom in the cover the 2 are missing in the cover
I think Daphne is perfect for this issue. With her painted voluptuous lips and long blonde mane, she represents a kind of fierce, overstated, unabashed sensuality, which incidentally is a school of aesthetic Tom Ford subscribes to. Plus she's like a breath of fresh air. I mean, we really wouldn't have wanted to see Lara or Kate again, would we, and had it featured a veteran like Amber or Karen or Stella or Gisele, the freshness element would've been hard to create. Can't wait for the review.
Tom Ford is this year's editor?, good to know so I can skip this.
The cover doesn't look bad.. I have a feeling the appearance of this girl on it will offend the tFS league of decency, though.
I really love this. Daphne looks like she's channeling Jerry Hall or someone from the 70s. I also like how Tom Ford isn't too overpowering in the shot, I was afraid this cover would be similar to his Vanity Fair cover which I hated. I wonder if the letters are red foil.
Lisa Eisner and Lauren Hutton in Tom Ford, photographed by the designer.