After creating a stunning cover for W magazine this month, legendary photographer Steven Meisel now lends his expertise and talent to WSJ‘s June/July 2017 cover story. Reuniting with Sofia Coppola, Meisel and the American film director make magic together for WSJ‘s latest — and our forum members couldn’t be more thrilled with the outcome.
As usual, Meisel had our forum members captivated from the get-go. “Woah!! This is enchanting, dare I say the best cover I’ve seen this year. I’m not personally a fan of Sofia, but she looks tremendous here,” cheered a delighted Benn98.
“Meisel proves once again that he can produce a Vogue Italia cover anywhere. Vogue Italia, however, has floundered since he stopped being the cover photographer,” A.D.C. chimed in.
“I am absolutely blown away here. So nice to see Meisel at work again. Just…WOW,” exclaimed an ecstatic Velasco.
Anlabe32 agreed, writing, “Oh my god. Stunning! I keep looking at those pictures. They’ve made magic together,” she congratulated.
Lola701 couldn’t believe her eyes either: “GLAMOUR! No one does glamour like Meisel. Meisel IS GLAMOUR! That picture of Sofia in the decorated mirror is just fabulous! Love! Love! Love!”
“Completely agree. Meisel IS GLAMOUR. He captures so perfectly that very special, and very rare inherent glamour and inherent sophistication of certain individuals such as Sofia,” replied dior_couture1245.
Moofins was quick to rave too, commenting, “This is easily more inspired than his entire last year at Vogue Italia rolled together. It’s very pretty and Sofia looks fantastic.”
“This is great. Poor VI! They seem to be lost without him,” noted Scotty.
See more from Steven Meisel and Sofia Coppola’s gorgeous collaboration here.