We hadn’t seen Angelina Jolie on the cover of a magazine for what felt like YEARS until the actress recently landed the cover of Vogue‘s November issue and now she fronts WSJ. Magazine‘s November edition. For the title’s Innovators Issue, Angie wears a simple black dress by Celine and was captured by Peter Lindbergh for the occasion, resulting in an arresting black and white portrait shot. The recently released cover certainly makes us appreciate Lindbergh’s zero Photoshop aesthetic, as Angie’s effortless beauty leaves us wanting even more.
Members of our forums were left with mixed emotions toward the cover. “Beautiful photo, looks very true to who she is (or seems to be, as I don’t know her personally),” said Thefrenchy right after the cover surfaced.
“Really lovely,” gazebo was quick to add with forum member JessRubik using the words “simple and pretty” to describe the cover.
In agreement over how stunning it turned out was Wolkfolk, raving, “Very beautiful and engaging cover. I love that she’s barely wearing any makeup and still looks gorgeous.”
But not everyone was buying it. “I usually like pics like this but this one is so lifeless,” admitted narcyza.
“Angelina is just like Adele. Same sh*t different day,” complained an uninterested A.D.C.
Benn98 later responded, “What we see here is the effect of photo approval. A snoozefest for me.”
Await Angie’s cover story and drop us a comment here.