Harper’s Bazaar Australia hasn’t been bringing its A-game lately, resorting to reprint after reprint on the past few covers (and underwhelming our forum members in the process). Thankfully, the magazine is back to commissioning original cover shoots for its latest issue. Going all out, the Australian fashion title welcomes back newsstand-gold Miranda Kerr for November 2017, who is joined by Teddy, her adorable canine companion. Miranda wears head-to-toe Ellery while the pair poses on the studio floor for photographer Nino Munoz.
“So simple yet chic!” declared tFS forum member magsaddict. “It gives me a vague American Bazaar under [Liz] Tilberis vibe? I was beginning to think this year would break the yearly cover tradition for Miranda Kerr, she is to Aussie Harper’s Bazaar what Kate Moss is to British Vogue!”
“Looks more like a celebrity cover, very safe, but then again Miranda hardly ever did model solid covers. Her appeal is more like that of a celebrity anyway,” Benn98 chimed in.
Also quick to comment was forum member squilliam. “I didn’t think she was still that relevant, I’m more interested in the cute dog to be honest,” he laughed.
Gazebo wasn’t feeling it, adding, “Does absolutely nothing for me.”
“Can only echo the same sentiments that this does absolutely nothing for me either. I’ve always been an advocate for Harper’s Bazaar Australia but this is beyond lackluster. They’ve produced far better covers with Miranda in the past! Also think they’ve just chucked the dog on set to deter from the fact that the team failed to produce something good,” voiced vogue28.
“Pedestrian and boring,” described a far from satisfied Khabeer.
Await and see what else Aussie Bazaar‘s latest has to offer and voice your own opinion here.