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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by JPineapple, Jun 4, 2021.
I like it. There’s something very psychological about the first cover. And that mauve masthead is just beautiful. I don’t really care about the second one. I don’t think it’s necessary, the first one is strong enough.
I love these. Hauntingly beautiful.
Very cinematic as well.
Very cinematic and beautiful indeed. One could argue that this isn't neccessarily fashionable, but for some odd reason it works - especially for this edition. The first cover would look beautiful on a coffee table.
I like these too. They're kinda stupid but look beautiful and evocative.
I guess if you throw enough at the wall to see what sticks, it eventually sticks. Finally something somewhat normal, great shots for both covers.
Vogue Portugal to me is becoming the "Psychological Vogue" for a lack of a better term. There is something very eerie about these photos.
Vogue Portugal always trying sooooo hard.
the first cover for me is terrible but I do like the composition of the second one.
Preview of the main story
TODAS AS CORES
Photographer: Álvaro Gracia
Stylist: Minerva Portillo
Hair & Make-Up: Wild Van Dijk
Model: Lily Fofana
EU QUERO AMAR, AMAR PERDIDAMENTE!
Photographer: Ivan Erick
Stylist: Alexandre Dornellas
Hair & Make-Up: Silvio Giorgio
Models: Camila Simões, Elson, Lana Rost & Natália Renken
‘Todas as Cores’ (meaning ‘All the Colours’ for those who are interested), is beautiful!
the main editorial looks like a Gucci advertorial.