I'm afraid I am prevented from offering a thorough opinion concerning Vogue's November 2013 cover, which features actress Kate Winslet as photographed by Mario Testino, for a broad range of reasons including, but not limited to, the generally uninspired quality of the publication's recent offerings, which should lead any thinking person to disregard the American glossy as anything but a wholly commercial product, created according to the dual aims of (on one end) satisfying advertisers and (on the other) stimulating impulsivity in any consumer unlucky enough to be browsing the newsstand on an empty stomach — and therefore perhaps undeserving of our critical attention.
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