Not a fan.
Ever since Harper’s Bazaar’s use of a recycled image of Jolie for their July 2009 issue, I continue to see any covers with her as the subject to be a pure marketing play — rather than any sort of artistic expression or reflection on what’s currently inspirational in fashion — and I expect much more from a publication such as Vogue.
cutblog RT @MarcJacobsInt Tonight on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon watch Marc Jacobs and Anna Wintour discuss #FNO at 11:30pm est on NBC
Too bad that’s wayyyy, past my bedtime. Thank goodness for Hulu.
The two biggest hassles for me? Moving my clothes/shoes and my huge collection of Vogue, Vanity Fair, and Harper’s Bazaar magazines. Don’t kid yourself, those monthlies weigh a TON.
As I was moving the magazines, I had the opportunity to shuffle through a lot of the covers that I hadn’t seen in ages. But the one that stood out to me the most was the March 2008 one of Drew Barrymore.
Something about her dewy makeup grabbed my attention, and immediately the words retro and classic popped into my mind. In other words, while she looks stunning, this cover definitely feels dated to me.