The final situation of W that caught our consideration was manner again in December and up to date covers that includes Naomi Scott, Lili Reinhart and Margaret Qualley all didn’t enchant our boards. Sara Moonves is now operating the present, proving together with her debut situation in September that she’s on a mission to revitalize the journal. Moonves’ newest cowl conquest is Kate Moss, who graces the title’s artwork situation through a portray by artist Richard Prince.
The Instagram idea didn’t go over nicely with our discussion board members. “An Instagram post as art. Totally ‘ahead of the curve’ indeed,” mocked Marc10.
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“All-around cringe,” stated gazebo.
“Cringe is the right sentiment for this. And W has already done art with Kate and Richard Prince before,” critiqued a lower than impressed Melancholybaby.
“Art is subjective. And my subjective point of view is that this is lazy and desperate,” commented Velasco.
Sharing the identical sentiment was [Piece Of Me]: “They probably thought this was so edgy and cool, when it just looks desperate. At least Kate looks good!”
GivenchyHomme felt the identical manner. “The picture of Kate is really good. It should have been the only thing on the cover. The whole Instagram thing would have worked better in an editorial. As a cover, it’s just too on the nose.”
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