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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by gunsnroses, Aug 3, 2018.
Not sure what the 80s Princess Di x Run DMC coverstyling has to do with 'Hello Again 2000' ? Always a pleasure to see Coco though.
Looks like a screenshot from HOTLINE BLING
It’s indeed always a pleasure to see Coco Rocha! And I quite like the cover.
Why does this look like the son from ‘Horton hears a who’
It definitely stands out! Nice to see her landing a Vogue cover ana can´t wait to see the ed
Looks like a still from the videoclip of a cheap, heavily-Disco inspired House song from the early 2000s. Considering the 2000s sentence it might actually be what they were going for lol.
La Roux in a bad hair day? No, next!
i hate the yellow filter and actually everything else about this.
Nothing about this is the 2000s? I agree with zoom, it's more 80s, if anything. I personally feel had they not yellow-filtered Coco, the cover would have been much more effective, particularly for the way she's been shot on this cover.
I agree it would have been miles better without the yellow filter. Such a pleasure to see Coco!
Photographer: Branislav Simoncik
Stylist: Alba Melendo
Hair: Baptiste Santens
Make-Up: Methta Gonthier
Model: Coco Rocha
I love how Vogue Portugal wants to fight Vogue Ukraine for the most pretentious Vogue title. Let's hope it'll be a death match.
That ed is horrible. They turn Coco from queen of posing to looking like she doesn't know how to pose at all.
what a horrible use of Coco Rocha. You can have her in a bag posing on a stool with a white backdrop and she would look better than this pretentious nonsense.
I miss Coco's long hair.
I don't like Coco but the pictures are beautiful and Vogue Portugal is absolutely great!!
Fashion photography is dead.
are we seeing the same photos? I think they are really beautiful and show a side of Coco we haven't seen