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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by amby, Oct 19, 2018.
the styling is horrible.
This would be nice if Teen Vogue was the title.
There are also three digital covers:
With the right elements the first cover would've been stunning! It's mainly her pose, and the fact that you can't see her neck. I actually quite like the styling there. I blame the photographer.
None of the digital covers appeal to me. What's happening with the 3rd on? She's preparing to hang herself on the gallows?
The main cover feels a lot closer to a 90s mood than most magazines that attempt it.
THANK YOU! I was just thinking the cover could work if you could just see her neck...
Digital covers are all horrible and look like lame inside shots. Such a shame she has such a beautiful face.
She does better with bright, poppy light not these dull tones.
Loved her OFFICE Magazine cover, still one of my faves of her.
I actually really love the main cover. I don't even know why. It's such a nonchalant image but it works (as opposed to, say, their effort last month). I'm on board with the styling and I love the colors.
These covers are great, happy for Stella.
She's the spitting image of my niece, and looks her age too, that is,10. It's a lovely picture though.
I think they got the seasons wrong... not sure how much camping takes place in late October... especially, in Ukraine;-)
I'm beginning to think that was their intention!
Meh. They could have been more creative.
Zoom it out. Use different colors for the masthead ala Vogue Paris. Baby pink, light blue, yellow. Give it the quirky dimension.
The text should have been bigger
YES! I was just about to comment that! This is the November issue, who the hell goes camping in November in Ukraine?!
But even if this was a September issue or an April or May (you know, months where you either go camping for the first or last time in the year), the cover would still look like this so... No. I don´t even think it's a matter of styling or neck, it's just bad. The pose sure doesn't help, neither the fact that it looks like she is about to fall asleep.
The first cover is easily one of the most unflattering pictures ever to be chosen as a Vogue cover.
Why would anyone approve of that, I will never understand.
The others aren't much better either.
I think she could photograph much, much better than this. The execution is just bad.
I think that those three digital covers are much better than the first one. I just don't like that hat, looks silly. Also, the Camping Style text drives me nuts, just put it in one line and center it. I can't help it but seeing that stupid text before the model.
Regarding the camping theme, in their defense the camping/utilitarian trend had been slowly picking up steam during this past summer for street-style fanatics, and will probably dominate for the next season or so. So it make sense for them to showcase now. That's what fashion magazines are for.
If Vogue Ukraine wants to appeal to a global audience, which I'm assuming is their intention based on this direction, then they cannot just tailor the trends to suit their climate or audience. I can see someone from Australia, some of the South American countries, or even Americans pick this up because it's pretty much on trend right now.
Maybe it's to coincide with Jennifer Garner's new HBO show "Camping".
Oh I love it! And I don't like Stella Lucia at all. The digital covers are not great though, they could do without them.
A Day In The Forest
Photographer: Leon Mark
Stylist: Julia Pelipas
Hair: Pawel Solis
Makeup: Helene Vasnier
Set Design: Agnes Leclair
Model: Stella Lucia