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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by Petra89, Jan 17, 2019.
I quite like the second cover. Vittoria always delivers.
Yep the second cover is wayyyy better, I would buy, her shoulder, her neck, her face, ugh, perfect.
I actually like this a lot!
I hate to say this, but I like it.
I also like the art direction even if it looks really ugly. It somehow mat hed the overall mood of the cover.
The lines would work better if there was an asian model on the cover. But, both are good
ugly font !!
1993 called, it want's it's cover back.
I LOVE the second cover. the first one makes me want to take a nap.
Obsessed with the second cover! Just the right amount of everything. The Japanese would be all over this. The first one doesn't impress me as much. Looks too much like a campaign shot.
I think if Vittoria plays her cards right, and she is by toning down the overexposure, she can have a lengthy career in the industry.
The second cover is great!
This is different which is always welcome. I like the aesthetic that they are representing. It has a clear intention and direction.
surely it's not her decision it's her agents that are guiding her career, some agents better than others...
Ruined by the horrendous typography.
Second cover is stunning. Shame about the "Oriental Beauty" cover line on a cover with an Italian model .. but there ya go. haha.
Vittoria is a fabulous model. I actually think we're in a really fantastic era for models! There are a lot that are insanely talented AND popular. And even most of the super famous ones are getting better in their work all the time.
This is a little bit awkward
The thing I love about Vittoria and I think also all of the photographers she worked with is that she doesn't need to do THAT much with her face. It's already striking and stunning as it already is even if she just stares at a wall or looks directly to the camera. I love this cover and I really like her as a model.
I never got the hate that she got a few years ago. I think that, along with Rianne van Rompaey, she is the new epitome of the print model. They consistently deliver good photos be it for editorial or advertising. They can't get a bad picture even if they just stand there looking pretty. They remind me a lot of Christy Turlington.