Vogue Taiwan May 2021 : Alexandra Micu by Julien Vallon

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  1. Hafyiez wafa

    Hafyiez wafa Well-Known Member

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    No
     
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    a BIG NOPE. wtf?
     
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    I'll take it, I'm into it somehow. I'm just going to sound like a broken record again and say that VT does have an identity and this is it. Not VI, and also not VI wannabe's like Vogue Ukraine, Czech etc etc.

    Happy for Alexandra Micu. Unless you're Anna Ewers, the red-headed Dutch, or a nepo model, it's not easy to book a Vogue cover nowadays. Props to them for going with a wild card casting.
     
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    Not my favorite, but it's not the worst cover. VT need to stick their local talents because it's really refreshing for a Vogue edition support their talents since Leslie arrived. Leave the Western obsession for VJ or VHK.
     
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    I love it. It's something I'd expect from the early 2000s Vogue Italia.
     
  7. LMV

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    idk if that's really true since there's so many editions of vogue nowadays so even smaller names have their chance now compared to 10 or more years ago, excluding meisel's one hit wonders of course.
     
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    I LIKE IT. It’s playful, it’s colorful. Fun!
     
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    I like this. It reminds me of the experimental Harper's Bazaar covers from the early 70s.
     
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    Exactly! Even a quick glance at the the Vogue covers that came out the last couple of months shows that it’s simply not true.
     
  11. FashionMuseDior

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    Love the angle.
     
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    Its awkward yet interesting. I love that VT is never afraid to take a chance. The colours are giving me 90s Tommy Hilfiger vibes
     
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    Vogue Taiwan May 2021

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    The New Modernism

    Photography: Julien Vallon
    Styling: Belen Casadevall
    Hair: Sebastien Richard
    Makeup: Eny Whitehead
    Model: Alexandra Micu

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    Vogue Taiwan May 2021

    Modern Silhouette

    Photography: Hedy Chang
    Styling: Yvonne Tsai
    Hair: Weic Lin
    Makeup: Shin Tsai
    Model: Liu Hsin-Yu

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    Vogue Taiwan May 2021

    Shall We Dance

    Photography: Yung Hua Chen
    Styling: Saem Xu
    Hair: Weic Lin
    Makeup: Fiona Li
    Models: Jolie Chang, Zhou Chi

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    Vogue Taiwan May 2021

    In Vogue

    Photography: Hedy Chang
    Styling: Anny Ting
    Hair: Miley Shen
    Makeup: Andrea Chiu
    Model: Vanessa Pan

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    Vogue Taiwan May 2021

    Uncontrollable Precision

    Photography: Zhang Ahuei
    Styling: Chara Yu
    Hair: Weic Lin
    Makeup: Lee Meng Shu
    Model: Peng Chang

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    Vogue Taiwan May 2021

    Vogue Luxury

    Photography: Cheng Po Ou-yang
    Styling: Joey Lin
    Hair: Weic Lin
    Makeup: Stanley Su
    Model: Iris Obukhova

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    Wow a really good issue. "Modern Silhouette" is so good, like M magazine good.
     
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    There’s this subtle, recurring theme in VT’s editorials that fits the mood represented by the cover. You can see the common thread of shooting from unusual angles to put great emphasis on the premise of modernity in this issue. It’s very refreshing to see such level of cohesive subtlety when one is bombarded with unimaginative blatancy—going as far as calling it “The *insert insipid theme* Issue”—every month from someone like Farneti.
     
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