Despite the critics (and our forum members’ disapproval), the instantly recognizable Louis Vuitton x Jeff Koons collaboration must have served the brand well, as the world-renowned artist and legendary French fashion label reunite for yet another collection. Now including the iconic works of Manet, Turner and Gauguin, actress and Vuitton brand ambassador Léa Seydoux replaces Alicia Vikander as the face of the collaboration. The team rejected the desert as the location this time around, opting for the studio with Léa reprising her role as the ultimate Louis Vuitton woman with effortless ease.
Love for Léa aside, it’s safe to assume that our forum members won’t be rushing to a Vuitton store anytime soon. “I can’t believe this Jeff Koons collaboration is continuing, it’s so ugly and the campaigns are nothing better. I feel sorry for Léa for having to participate in it,” wrote dodencebt straight away.
After a series of questionable covers over recent months, Vogue Spain’s reputation has been slipping amongst tFS forum members. Thankfully, that’s all about to change as the magazine unveils a flawless, sophisticated cover featuring forum favorite Raquel Zimmermann for November 2017. Knocking it out of the park, the Brazilian bombshell glams it up in the Christian MacDonald-shot image, wearing her hair in natural, loose waves and a chic black tailored blazer styled by George Cortina.
The cover was an instant hit on our forums and members couldn’t contain their excitement. “Thank you God, for giving us Raquel! This is amazing, Eugenia [de la Torriente] Thank you,” wrote a more than delighted caioherrero the moment the cover struck.
“Yaaaaaaasssss Raquel, she deserves more Vogue covers!!!” exclaimed MDNA. (more…)
Controversy has swirled around photographer Terry Richardson for years, with multiple accusations of sexual abuse and predatory behavior. With this week’s news of sexual harassment and assault allegations against Harvey Weinstein, another high-powered male in media, along with the viral #MeToo movement, it seems especially egregious that Richardson continues to be hired by the fashion industry. Porter, Vogue China, Bulgari and Valentino are just a few of the brands that insist on working with Richardson. For Valentino’s new Resort 2018 campaign, models Faretta, Imari Karanja, Jolie Alien, Ratner, Selena Forrest, Torie Bowie and Mag Cysewska come together for the unfortunate occasion, shot on location at St. Vartan Park basketball court in New York City.
Needless to say, our no-holds-barred forum members weren’t impressed. “Why are they still using Terry?” asked Nymphaea demanding answers.
“THIS! 1000x THIS ?! Boycotting Valentino entirely til they wake the f’ up. Tacky tasteless and tone-deaf,” replied zoom. (more…)
Over the course of 2017, Vogue Ukraine has been one of the few magazines our forum members look forward to seeing each month. The publication has been killing it with covers from the likes of Doutzen Kroes, Chloe Sevigny, Amber Valletta and Malgosia Bela. For the new November issue, Vogue Ukraine adds another success to its portfolio with a trio of three spectacular covers featuring French beauty Othilia Simon, photographed by Alique.
Our forum members were speechless — well, almost. “Wow, the first cover (above) is giving me major Daria Werbowy vibes! Gorgeous covers!” raved artemovartem.
“Amazing. My favorite Vogue edition,” added forum member apple. (more…)
For some unknown reason, magazines never know what to do with the gorgeous Kerry Washington. According to our forums, InStyle and The Edit have been the only glossies to ever do the actress justice, while the likes of Marie Claire, ELLE and Glamour can’t seem to adequately capture the actress’ beauty. Allure now gets a second chance with the 40-year-old actress for the November 2017 issue, delivering an effortlessly beautiful portrait (finally!) photographed by Sharif Hamza. Eschewing gimmicks and airbrushing, with minimal styling, the cover is sure to stand out at the newsstand.
Per usual, members of our forums wasted no time debating the cover. “Passable, but it could be better. I know it’s a beauty magazine, but maybe this closeup is way too close. Her makeup does look great though,” commented Benn98 the moment the cover came to light.
Since kickstarting her tenure at British ELLE with a striking Cara Delevingne cover for September, Anne-Marie Curtis continues to do innovative and inspiring things for the magazine. Her October cover featuring a Rihanna reprint outshone the publication’s American counterpart and now the new issue for November 2017 looks to be another success. Continuing with the bold and well-received redesign, Curtis presents four diversity-embracing covers featuring Ashley Graham, Alek Wek, Susan Sarandon and Beth Ditto for the new “Wonder Woman” themed issue.
The covers received a lot of attention on our forums. “This is the first time I am in love with Ashley’s work in print. The other covers are also great,” expressed a delighted fluxxx the moment the covers dropped.
“What a lovely set of covers, love the new ELLE UK! Of course, Alek is my favorite, but I’m really impressed by Ashley’s cover: definitely not your typical cover shot! Nice work,” congratulated forum member apple. (more…)