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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by vogue28, Oct 31, 2020.
Not bad! Lay out could’ve been better though.
So they're back at using the old art direction huh?
Can’t be mad at another cover with Fendi and I like how they featured the dress as if it’s catching a movement.
What a wonderful homage to Isadora Duncan....
the hand on the neck is a bit ‘Stop pulling so hard’...
This would also be a great cover on British Vogue but good for Turkey for producing a strong cover image
Happy to see Jourdan. Didn't know Cuneyt was still shooting major works. I believe he did a bulk of their covers around 2014/15. He was very active around that time and all of a sudden slowed down.
Beautiful photo of Jourdan just a bit misplaced in the masthead.
I’m many ways she reminds me of my late 70’s/early 80’s colleague Peggy Dillard.
This is beautiful, her best cover yet imo.
SO good! I truly miss seeing her work.
And that Fendi looks beyond desirable and luxe here.
I see it as well.
The artifice part that supposedly makes this cover is what irks me. The awfully retouched boobs, arms, the shawl of the dress. It's too bothersome.
Great colours though, and happy for Jourdan!
Stunning very classic
What a beautiful cover, Jourdam strikes it so well.
Pretty cover image, always a pleasure to see Jourdan. I do find the composition/positioning of her body a little weird though - sort of puts me off the cover as a whole.
So gorgeous. We NEED more glamour right now.
Puts the US November and UK December issues to shame.
I can’t stop staring at this cover! Now THIS is what fashion dreams are made of!
Makes you wanna get dressed up for the coming holidays, I'm really feeling how the shawl works with the composition, her expression and the red masthead.
I've always liked Cuneyt style and it's sad he hasn't achieved more.