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Discussion in 'Vintage Magazines' started by madmagazine, Apr 9, 2004.
W May 2004
i find it disturbing that the size of madonna's boobs in madmagazines signature is the same as the post of uma's head...disturbing and distracting...
uma does look nice...
dude dont you think your sig is a little big?
It's really distracting cause of how huge it is!
I like the cover
gorgeous cover...i think uma looks plain normally but can be done up real nice. the photo on style.com is even nicer!!
can anyone tell that w has a new fashion director?....is the style of the pictures any different than before...what do you guys think?...
not too exciting
she is so beautiful. what a classic face she has... it is so interesting... and so unique.
love these pics.
thx to whoever edited that sig..
As much as I love Uma, bring back the model covers!
she look great
it! I think it looks great... very bright and glowing
I like Uma there...lovely and fresh looking
This is typical Michael Thompson, like W's last Nov. cover with Jennifer Garner.
Not terribly exciting, but I love Uma.
The best recent Michael Thompson cover has got to be Feb's Cameron Diaz.
i think i like this cover better than any i've seen of uma's
softgrey: do they have a fashion director? it does seem a little different, now that you've pointed it out
yipee...i was beginning to feel ignored...yes...alex white is the new fashion director...she was an editor before...but now she's styling all the covers as well...the paolo reversi one last month was her first...joe zee did them before...
i think it's a bit less slick and a bit softer and more romantic...i think you can tell that it's styled by a woman...
anyone else have any thoughts...
The cover is typical W and Uma has recently been dominating every magazine (Vogue, InStyle, Elle) so I, too, am not excited.
i dont follow W because it used to bore me, but since they have a new fashion director maybe i should give it a try, thanks for the tip softgrey
as for Uma, yes, i like the cover but i much prefer the b&w editorial picture