It's that time of the season again, where readers of Harper's Bazaar are treated to a story styled by Bazaar's Global Fashion director, Carine Roitfeld. The editorial and cover shoot, photographed by Karl Lagerfeld, showcases the new season's collections which include fashions from Chanel, Prada, Gucci and Louis Vuitton.
Bertrando3 laced into the cover within minutes of it surfacing on the forum. "It looks AWFUL!" he enthusiastically commented.
Honeycombild also shared the same sentiments: "Sweet Jesus, what the hell is that!"
The March cover isn't off to a good start with tFS members but comments began to read more positive after jeffandthewold posted, "I mean it is 'pop-art' inspired so I don't mind it. Very 90s."
I personally have become attached to Justine Picardie's version of Haper's Bazaar. Justine has showcased a clear vision for what magazine she wants readers to experience. The layouts are extremely clean, crisp, minimal and were inspired by Diana Vreeland's layouts at American Bazaar. I myself look forward to seeing how Carine's fifteen-page edit looks inside the latest issue.