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Something Is Off With Heidi Klum’s Face on Harper’s Bazaar Australia (Forum Buzz)

It’s fair to say that our forums have always been huge advocates for everything Harper’s Bazaar Australia. We even got behind the magazine as it served up reprints (albeit turning them into fabulous covers) for the past two months. Thankfully, with the unveiling of the June/July 2016 edition, the title is finally back to commissioning its own shoots. Heidi Klum takes to the front cover of Bazaar‘s double issue, looking sensational wearing Christian Dior in a black-and-white image shot by Rankin.

Harper's Bazaar Australia June/July 2016 : Heidi Klum by Rankin

IMAGE: MAGSHOP.COM.AU

Although, our eagle-eyed forum members noticed something slightly off. “Her face doesn’t look 100% natural, reminds me of Yolanda Hadid. Otherwise nice clean cover,” pointed out Nymphaea the moment the cover surfaced.

“A bit too over-Photoshopped around the face, other than that it works. Love the text placement,” said KateTheGreatest straight after.

“I like the layout and styling. Not sure if it’s the Photoshop of just a bad expression, but Heidi doesn’t look real comfortable here,” added justaguy.

Sharing the same sentiments was jexxica: “I would like it if it weren’t for how weird her face looks…”

“The area around the masthead makes it very messy. I don’t like how they print the word Australia on the left nor how they stick the month between the letters. It’s supposed to look minimalist but it doesn’t, IMO,” complained Srdjan.

“It’s nice, above average. Nothing to write home about though,” an underwhelmed Wintergreen commented.



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 was a fan of seeing Heidi, applauding, “I like it, she looks beautiful and fresh and she always rock covers anyways so glad to see her. For me seeing and reading about her is always interesting because she is one of those very few models who achieved great success in the modeling world: commercially and editorially…”

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