Many of the big spring fashion issues are starting to come out and WSJ.‘s newest edition is one of the latest to drop. Our forums are often pretty content with WSJ. and its editorial approach as the title’s March 2016 installment unsurprisingly impresses across the board. Sticking with the major trend of the season, the publication taps 90s supermodel Christy Turlington Burns, who looks delightfully radiant before the lens of photographer Mikael Jansson. The inspirational model turned activist wears a Saint Laurent dress on the stark black and white cover, styled by George Cortina with an
Our hard-to-please forum members were sold from the onset. “Can NEVER go wrong with Christy,” hailed gazebo straight away.
“The sight of Christy still brings me joy. That’s real beauty,” chimed in tigerrouge.
Also a fan of Christy’s appearance was Bertrando3, applauding, “She looks FABULOUS, sexy and young! This is what a REAL model is y’all, not the Instagirls.”
“I’m loving the energy of this cover and editorial. I wish we’d see more supers looking like they do in real life rather than Photoshopping all the character away from their faces,” shared kokobombon.
“I love it! She looks happy, bright, and alive! Like a real human being. I can imagine Christy 25 years from now like Carmen Dell’Orefice, rocking and blazing on,” approved dfl-001, showing the cover even more enthusiasm.
“This is beautiful. I truly love Mikael Jansson’s definition of beauty; it speaks to you,” shared an equally adoring congacon.
Miss Dalloway wholeheartedly agreed, echoing, “Always such a pleasure to see her, even after all these years, she has such great presence and energy, fantastic cover spread.”
“This brings me so much life and joy,” TaylorBinque voiced soon after.
See more of Christy’s gorgeous new shoot and drop us a comment here.