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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by amby, Jun 30, 2018.
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Red impact. Really? Jesus, why?
Lol, I know! To be fair red is a big colour for most Asians and people from Latin countries.
I prefer Sara's cover because the colour seems to pop more with her than Toni.
too beauty....it lacks of the fashion element...
I feel like I would have loved Sara's cover, but something about her facial expression doesn't work. Not keen on the make-up on Toni's, they should have kept with the red theme.
The shades used on Toni's face... it's like someone using make-up for the first time.
Sara looks great, just wish her hand wasn't right below her cheek and next to her lips, they photoshopped it weird.
My thoughts exactly, it reminds me of when I was 12 and my sister made fun of my blue eyeshadow.
Such irrelevant covers.
Do they actually think that these are cool?
I get that they want something Red for RED IMPACT, but are you telling me that those sweaters are the only red clothes from the season? Where the hell is the fashion?
And goodness, Toni’s makeup looks so bad. Where’s the pigment on those shadows?
This magazine is turning into a huge disappointment.
this looks like a cheap maybelline commercial
VOGUE TH with Limited RED Samsung
VOGUE TH collaborated with Samsung created Red Samsung Galaxy S9+, the cover want to show the color Red relate only, not about the product. VOGUE TH need to make fashion dialogue Red is Now or something for Thai readers.
Toni's cover is awful. She looks like a generic Barbie doll. Her face is just as lifeless as well.
I prepared to recieve hate: Sara's cover is unprofessional. And Toni, even tho it isn't best of best, at least you look at it say it's a fashion cover.
All I can think is: why? Beauty at it’s best? Two boring covers?
Why are both white women for an Asian magazine? It’s basically promoting the idea that only white women’s beauty is best.
The readers respond very well to these type of covers. Don't be surprised if Toni's one outsells Sara's, despite Sara being vaguely more closer to home. It's an entirely different debate to have, which will no doubt ruffle up some feathers. Asia, in general, does fetishize this kind of beauty more than their own so it's no surprise why there's hardly a top model beyond Liu Wen on the scene.
I am suck with their choice of cover with these options and video came out of behind the scenes at vogue acc IG.
(source: instagram/ victoriasangelsd and Instagram/ rachelgoodwinmakeup)
Toni's make up is tragic..
COVER STORY (TONI GARRN)
Photographer: Yu Tsai
Stylist: Deborah Afshani
Hair: D.J. Quintero
Make-up: Rachel Goodwin
Model: Toni Garrn
Credit: Fashion Gone Rogue (fashiongonerogue.com)