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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by jorgepalomo, Jan 28, 2019.
Stella Maxwell cover finally came out.
It was photographed during GQ Awards.
I like the colors, lighting... Also is funny how you hardly see Stella on it.
She is a bad model when comes to photography. A lot of photos I see of her she always look very uncomfortable.
Here it goes again with chopped heads.
What's with the current trend on Vogue covers where the model appears in triplicate?
♫♫♬♪ I took a vow that from now on I'm gon' my own best friend ♫♫♬♪
LOL, ok, sorry.
Good cover, it feels very sophisticated and I think that is the goal of Vogue PT now, being that publication where fashion meets art in a polished way and they had not being consistent in that matter. The cover 2 is soooo good, not because its "different", but because is well executed and "different". No one said that you cant do type of covers in this post-VogueIT era that we are living as long that you know what you doing, ok VogueCS and friends??
And yet they continue with the Victoria's Secret model cover. So thirsty.
Intrigued to see Thomas Goldblum's editorial. I prefer his light and raw work but let's see what the editorial delivers. The cover gave me nothing.
I'm not mad at them using a Victoria's Secret model if they photograph her in a way that's not the typical Victoria's Secret model cover photo.
I wouldn't instantly grab any of these on the newsshelf but I like the first cover a lot.
I'd like the first cover if only they stuck with a shot her looking into the mirror and reflection. Why the third silhouette? It's so unnecessary. In the above state, neither appeals to me.
So it seems they're repeating the Vogue/GQ deal they made with Barbara Palvin. I suppose the idea is more to partner with a model who can be used for GQ as well, as most HF models are difficult to market to men.
i like the first cover very much, i think i would buy the first cover
I totally love it. My favorite Vogue edition!
source: stella maxwell instagram
Branislav Simoncik - Photographer
Cláudia Barros - Fashion Editor/Stylist
Alexandry Costa - Hair Stylist
William Bartel - Makeup Artist
Dominika Svetikova - Casting Director
Stella Maxwell - Model
Clearly correlates with the editorial screening of "The Lady from Shanghai".
Great cover... Vogue Portugal did it again!