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Vogue Brazil Fails to Impress with a ‘Flat Looking’ Cover for April Issue (Forum Buzz)

Vogue Brazil's April issue features six of the country's finest models posing on its fold-out cover. Photographed by Jacques Dequeker, Isabeli Fontana, Izabel Goulart, Aline Weber, Ana Cláudia Michels, Ana Beatriz Barros, Renata Kuerten, Rhayene Polster and Babi Beluco all wear Raf Simons' creations for French fashion house Christian Dior.

IMAGE CREDIT: VOGUE.COM.BR VIA TFS FORUMS

IMAGE CREDIT: VOGUE.COM.BR VIA TFS FORUMS

Members of theFashionSpot forum concluded that the cover wasn't up to expectations.

"The matching styling is not bad IMO, though with that title they could have made something more interesting… the bland expression on their faces bother me, at least Aline is showing some attitude," wrote kokobombon.

Vivaglam described the lack of effort: "I don't mind it only being Brazilians on the cover, but this sucks. They didn't even try."

Psylocke shared the same sentiments: "LOL. I actually got a little excited when seeing the title of this thread, expecting a sexy group shot like in Ana BB's and Isabeli's early modeling days, but this is just so lame. Concept, styling, creativity, fonts are all meh. They all look good, but it's super boring."

"How flat looking, no sparkle at all, fast forward in the trash bin," exclaimed Nymphaea.

Marsnoop2 made some very interesting suggestions: "This is HORRIBLE! You have some of the most beautiful models in the world and this is what you come up with? Why didn't they took a look at U.S. Vogue's September 2004 cover to see how to do a fantastic models cover? Also, their choices, I mean really? These are the most relevant Brazilian models? Where's the glamour, where are the icons?"

IMAGE CREDIT: VOGUE.COM.BR VIA TFS FORUMS

IMAGE CREDIT: VOGUE.COM.BR VIA TFS FORUMS

Do you like the cover, or think the team behind the shoot could have done something better? Join the discussion here. We would love to hear from you.
 

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Karim Sadli Shoots i-D Magazine’s Spring 2014 Cover with Daria Werbowy (Forum Buzz)

i-D magazine released its Spring 2014 cover earlier today via its website. The cover features Daria Werbowy photographed by Karim Sadli. Daria wears a coat by Calvin Klein which was styled by Alastair Mckimm.

IMAGE CREDIT: MODELS.COM

IMAGE CREDIT: MODELS.COM

"Daria on the cover of i-D!" enthused Starry. "And I think this is only her second cover for the magazine. Can't believe this!"

"Very intense and personal. Love the minimalist aspect of this," wrote |PerfectTonight|.

TREVOFASHIONISTO also shared the same positive attitude: "I love this! The pose, the colors, the minimalism of it. Perfect"

Naen was fond of i-D's minimal layout: "Great cover, I'm very fond of the clean layout."

Although not everyone was completely overwhelmed, with VogueDisciple93 commenting, "I HATE the film around the masthead," but did go on to further say, "But great cover otherwise, happy they didn't photoshop her age away."

I agree with VogueDisciple93. The transparent background overthrows the masthead here and without, I think this cover would have been note-perfect. I still love myself some Daria Werbowy, so I'm content nonetheless.

Get yourself involved with the discussion here.
 

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Jamie Peck on Terry Richardson: “It’s Not His Art That’s Being Attacked, But How He Goes About Making It”

Image: WENN

Image: WENN

Four years ago, Jamie Peck wrote a firsthand account describing her experience shooting with Terry Richardson. Following the photographer's recent statement denying the allegations against him, Peck has now published a response reaffirming her initial claims.

"Four years ago," Richardson wrote in the letter which appeared online a couple weeks ago, "I chose to primarily ignore a cycle of Internet gossip and false accusations against me…When these allegations resurfaced over the past few months, they seemed especially vicious and distorted, moving outside the realm of critical dialogue and becoming nothing more than an emotionally-charged witch hunt."

"He purports to want to correct the rumors," responds Peck, "then goes off on a grandiose tangent situating himself as heir to the artistic legacy of Helmut Newton and Robert Mapplethorpe. Like so many before him, he uses 'I’m an artist!' as a blank check to do as he likes, missing the point by about a mile. It’s not his art that’s being attacked, but how he goes about making it. It’s just as possible to sexually harass people while making still lifes, snow tires, or office furniture as it is making 'challenging artporn' or whatever he calls his work. I won’t get into how deeply unchallenging to the status quo I find his images, because like I said, it’s irrelevant."

Read Peck's entire argument at The ObserverPhotographer Terry Richardson’s Pervy Behavior and Phony Defense
 

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Link Buzz: Luxury Brands Go After Status Conscious Young Urban Males, Termed ‘Yummies’; Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen Coordinate Their Birkenstocks

Image: IMAXtree

Image: IMAXtree

  • Sorry ladies: Luxury brands are moving to greener pastures and going after status-conscious young urban men, odiously called "yummies." [BusinessWeek]
     
  • Happy birthday Sarah Jessica Parker! Something something Carrie Bradshaw hair retrospective? Okay, we'll take it. [BellaSugar]
     
  • "We're not interested in talking about cheese all day; we want to hear about the lifestyle." Okay but can we still talk about cheese??? [Racked]
     
  • Anja Rubick moonlights for bizarre Polish music videos — who knew? [Fashionista]
     
  • GChat's steaming pile of poop emoji is now a fashion accessory; now only a matter of time before it gets its own Vogue cover. [Refinery29]
     
  • Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen did the twin thing at the airport, wearing matching Birkenstocks (the fancy kind). [FabSugar]

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Chloe Jade Green Launches Her Latest Topshop Shoe Collection

We’re guessing that we’re not alone in saying that we were pretty excited about the Arcadia heiress Chloe Jade Green’s latest foot candy drop over at Topshop. This time around, her collection is channeling hazy LA days, and are designed for girls who know how to party. We can already picture ourselves in a pair of her glamorous heels and dancing the night away with Kate Moss à la Miss Green.

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The shoes were designed with the intention of encompassing the vibrant and dynamic vibes of the Americas, so you can expect everything from the perfect wedges for a Miami beach day to flamboyant heels that would dance their way right through the parties of Rio de Janeiro. And as always, all of the shoes are finished with her signature green sole.

We’re currently crushing on the monochrome Malibu heels £115 and the Miami wedges £130. The collection is retailing from around £95 upwards, which is a great price point for the perfect pair of on-trend party heels, and are available to shop over at Topshop.com.

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Watch: Naomi Campbell Refuses to Comment on Kim and Kanye’s Vogue Cover

If you missed last week's big news about Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's sparkly new Vogue cover, please let me know if there's room for me to join you under your rock — it seems peaceful there.

For the rest of us, the spectacle is now in its later stages. We've not only come to terms with this new, post-Kimye reality but also been exposed to all possible gradations of public opinion on the subject. Reactions ranged from positive (Anna is a business genius!, analysts say) to negative (Sarah Michelle Gellar urged her Twitter followers to cancel their subscriptions), but nothing compares to the sheer hilarity of Naomi Campbell's response, featured in the clip above. The so-called "original supermodel" was asked to share her thoughts about Kim and Kanye's Vogue debut during an interview with the hosts of the Australian program, The Morning Show. I won't ruin it for you — go watch. [h/t Fashin]

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