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Discussion in 'Vintage Magazines' started by Dosmujeres, Nov 16, 2010.
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I like it. The hair is off at the top but it's quite nice.
I like the contrast between the amount of foil text used and the anti-glamour of the image itself, the short nails, the simple top.
LOVE the hair, love that its a simple portrait, and her face expression, lovely.
Penelope has such gorgeous hair. Yet it looks so fake here, and certainly downgrades the cover shot. One thing for sure, I'm curious to read the review of this issue.
Is there multiple covers? I read in the Cover Rumor Thread that it was going to be showing her pregnancy. Thanks for posting Dosmujeres!
Yeah, I love the contrast between glamor that the text implies and the raw-ness that the picture/makeup brings out.
really like this cover
That's what portraits should always look like...Honest and simple, focusing on the model's true beauty and personality and not on make-up, clothes, whatever...Beautiful cover
I love it when Lindbergh gets to shoot covers, especially in Black and White
this shot reminds me of her french vogue cover & spread back in may.
- the only difference is this cover is minus the other celebrities & they've added a gold masthead.
her hand placement is ruining the image, it's too big for me and I'm not in love for b&w Vogue covers but we'll see, if the editorials are good, I may buy this issue
Her lips look fantastic
its not too bad its kinda plainn
I already want to see the accompanying editorial because I feel like Lindberg shot something else that could have served as a far better cover image. It's interesting to me that the shot does feel anti-glamour, but not anti-glamour enough. It's something in between-not too sure if it works.
looks exactly like the VP shoot, not that impressed but can't wait to see the Lindbergh photos
ms. cruz is really good at posing for a cover
Am I the only one who thinks she looks busted?
I am relieved that they didn't choose a corny and overdone pregnancy portrait for this cover, I must say.