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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by vogue28, Sep 21, 2020.
I made a quick count, she's appeared in 20 editorials and 5 covers since 2014.
You know what, your comment makes me think actually if she is the Editor of the Year for the good reasons...
Us, people who loves fashion and who are here on TFS enjoy her Vogue because it’s a breath of fresh air in a very heavy climate. We sometimes complain about how over-political fashion has become...And when I say political, it’s in a very literal sense. The industry has a lot of discussions on what they should do instead of just do it. And it’s everywhere from sustainability, feminism, diversity, equality and there’s a huge hypocrisy and sometimes a feeling of a bubble talking to a bubble in a world...
But, I wonder if in retrospective, that position of Alt would not be seen as dismissive. Magazines and Fashion should reflect our time and I think in 5 years for example, VP would look weird when talking about the year 2020. There are a lot of things happening and yet the magazine looks like the year before. Ok, they have a black woman in their team now, Sylvia Jorif but I feel like it’s a pity that someone as talented as Emmanuelle did not captured the zeitgeist and put it on the pages of her magazine.
I admire the way she maintained her standard. Even the stories shot by the models looked like it was her who styled them but I feel like there are a lot of topics and VP has such a freedom in the CN universe that she could have gave more.
Exactly. Can't say I'm surprised by the responses.
I will try assembling my own Charmonix in the living room inspired by this, it really captures the wish to get away (anywhere) right now.
I'm very into how fake her hair and skin look but unsure about the pose, it's a bit stiff.
I've only just ordered the September issue and now this appears!
No matter what country's name appears on a masthead, at the moment, a lot of people will just be happy to see a model appear the front of a fashion magazine, any fashion magazine.
I was about to say the cover shot "has a touch of Terry Richardson about it" but maybe I should reconsider my words... it's the shadow on the flat surface that's putting me in mind of that.
Never been a fan of any ski-related cover or editorial and this one will make no exception. Let's see the content. Hope Barbieri, Saglio and Benarroch deliver with Harris, Lagrange as usual.
According to Rianne via Instagram, Malika Louback (last month’s cover girl) is also part of the cover story, which was photographed in Paris over the course of two days.
I must admit I was disappointed when I opened the thread and saw that it isn't the highly anticipated anniversary issue we expected. But that disappointment didn't last long! I could have Rianne on the cover for every month of the year and I wouldn't complain, the girl is a superstar!
As usual, she looks absolutely magnificent and I actually think this might be one of their best covers this year. Very tongue-in-cheek indeed, I love the tacky vibe and the setting. Very excited to see what's inside!
I actually love it! It looks so tacky but in a fun way? So on brand! Like only Alt can make this work.
Even Iselin by Mikael Jansson for VP November 2006?
Ok this one was perfect, i have to admit. Thanks Karl Templer to be that good.
Yes! That one was perfect and it’s the only one that count!
The same when I hear Scuba-diving, I think Daria by Jansson styled by Karl for VP. It’s engraved in my mind, it’s the reference lol.
Or tennis court with Natalia by Jansson and KT!
It’s Alt! It’s Paris! It’s Fashion! It’s supposed to be tacky! Of course it’s superb! Lol how predictable.
Oh guys, I miss Karl Templer and the old Interview. Where is he?
I like it, is the kind of things that only work on Vogue Paris.
At least is not another illustration or covid/hope theme.
At Zara lmao
This is so sad. He should be at American vogue
So apparently, the cover is a tribute to cartoonist Edmond Kiraz. I have high hopes for the editorial now!
We are also to expect an ''all-red'' story by Henrik Purienne and a story featuring the ''Queens of Chic'' by David Sims, as well as Carla Bruni by Hedi Slimane promoting her new album. Sounds like a solid issue so far!
at first I thought it was a vintage cover I hadn‘t seen before it definitely doesn‘t scream oct 2020