More often than not, we’re too wrapped up in magazines like Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar and ELLE that we forget there are other interesting titles available at the newsstand. This week, Document found itself the topic of discussion in our forums as the New York-based title unveiled double covers for its Spring 2015 issue via Style.com. Hats off to the biannual magazine for scoring models Daria Werbowy and Lara Stone as cover girls. Daria was captured by Collier Schorr for the occasion, while Lara reclined back on a chair for Tyrone Lebon.
As you’d expect, one cover sticks out over the other. Or does it? “Is it me or does Daria look different?” questioned Oxymore immediately.
“Too much chest in Daria’s picture,” added madzedre, disappointed with the outcome.
DutchHomme wasn’t having any of it, either. “Daria looks uncomfortable. The cover would look better with some text on her chest. I like the cover with Daria the most BUT both covers are weak. Lara Stone is looking like a different person on that cover. Perhaps because the lack of Photoshop,” he shared.
Also underwhelmed and uninterested was Phuel: “They have two of the top women and this is the result…? I guess it’s meant to be ironic how amateur, how plain it is… Weak.”
“Daria again? Why does she get back to back covers? There are so many other girls. At least she doesn’t look as haggard and worn as she did last time. I’m going with Lara on this one. The minimal retouching does wonders for her,” Benn98 discredited.
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