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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by JPineapple, Feb 27, 2019.
Feels more like album covers.
I really like the second cover it feels like the text is balancing out her face which is interesting.
A little fan-made in my opinion. The text placement is amateurish and the photography does not help.
and where is the fashion?
For me, the second shot feels more authentic and compelling than most of the 'indie' Vogue covers being churned out at the moment.
The second cover would've been nice if the text placement was normal, not idiotic.
I like the both covers, but they work because they complement each other.
Vogue Italia vibes
With the proper font, these could have worked.
This is perfection!! Perfect model and awesome photos!
VOGUE PORTUGAL MARCH 2019: BREAKING THE RULES AGAINST THE SYSTEM
MODEL: JAMIE BOCHERT / PHOTOGRAPHER: BRANISLAV SIMONCIK
FASHION EDITOR: ALBA MELENDO / HAIR STYLIST: NABIL HARLOW
Good editorial, bad covers.
Let’s cover up her face! We are brilliant and groundbreaking! Yeah.... ummm, No.
Look who started to listen a bit...
I really like seeing Jamie here. Even though she isn't, she looks very Iberian and very melancholic. The "fado" vibe that foreigners love so much. Even styling and photography wise, it fits. I'm saying Iberian rather than Portuguese because the styling is textbook Spanish influenced with those hats and long ruffle skirt plus blazer (Alba's influence probably). That said, I appreciate the Iberian warmth here instead of the cold Slav look that was constricting this magazine. I have no idea what any of these have to do with "breaking the rules" but I won't even ask. I'll wait to see a bit more of the content before I decide to buy it.
The second cover feels really awkward printed. The first cover looks much better.
Pela Roupa Morre O Peixe.
model: Carla Pereira /Karacter Agency
photography: Frederico Martins
styling: Cláudia Barros
fashion team: Larissa Marinho and Eduarda Preto
hair: Rui Rocha
make up: Patricia Lima assited by Cidália Faria
set: Filipe Carneiro and Paula Rocha /LoveJunkeisStudio
shot, retouch and production: Pedro Sá, José Paulo, Diogo Oliveira /LalalandStudios
source: Karacter Agency website
I'm in love with this woman. I love her eyes.
Carla is so beautiful.