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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by simon, Apr 17, 2018.
This is pretty consistent with their direction (not sure why people say the magazine doesn't have a direction only because it picked off where Franca's Vogue Italia left; it's not necessarily an original direction but I think it's there) and that's a great use of the Chanel plastic. It looked cheap on many covers but here it feels appropriate.
I'm not really thrilled with the cropping of the picture. To me, this would've looked better zoomed-out. But overall, they're really on a roll with their covers. I have yet to see a completely disappointing one from them ever since they attempted to recreate Franca's VI circa 2000.
Is there anything in this cover related to VOGUE?
I like this. Better than last month’s.
However, my only issue is the UA inside the O. It feels so bare, especially in these types of covers. The UA makes it look so amature. Im so there’s a better option for that.
I’m happy for Giedre, but this cover falls flat. It looks very late 90’s. This type of cover has to be executed perfectly to look modern and fresh, they didn’t succeed.
Makes me think of Dazed&Confused for some reason... or vintage i-D. Quite like it but nothing tremendous.
It`s a nice cover, I prefer when they do sexy covers.
But they are doing a good job
Horrible! Just way too try hard! But, i loveeee Giedre, and it's so nice to see her scoring a Vogue cover.
Very college art project. Why do y'all eat it this crap up every month?
VUA just can do no wrong imo.
Love it! Especially the cover line paired with the old photo camera.
It really works. The green makes it springy.
Since when low budget cover becomes the synonym for "art cover",
too absurd to do this every month.
Eh, they're really starting to believe their own hype now.
I like it, maybe not for Vogue.
very eyecatching for me! Giedrė Dukauskaitė is such a unique beauty, really love her!
does Ukraine have more artsy fashion magazines, like some type of Dazed, or is Vogue UA playing this role there? I never read it, but they seem to rely on more "intellectual" content, am I right?
I don't know the answer to your question, but, the EIC used to run a finance or some other kind of "serious" magazine, so, yeah, I think they're going for the "intellectual" angle.
Do you know where is the previously EIC?