Justine Picardie not too long ago departed British Harper’s Bazaar after a number of years of service. Since taking up the helm of the style bible again in 2013, Picardie put her stamp on the journal and this 12 months alone delivered good Olivia Colman, Kristen Stewart, Natalie Portman, Ashley Graham, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Saoirse Ronan covers. Bazaar‘s annual “Women of the Year” difficulty for December 2019 marks Picardie’s final and encompasses a host of well-known faces on a choice of covers. Cate Blanchett, Helena Bonham Carter, Letitia Wright, Ruth Wilson and Jorja Smith all land covers shot by completely different photographers to mark the event.
One cowl got here out on high. “Helena’s cover should have been the only one! It’s quite in the vein of this magazine’s aesthetic, but still a bit artistic. Love the drama as well,” declared Benn98.
“HBC is a national treasure! I’m sad that her gorgeous cover is being diluted by a multi-cover issue,” commented dodencebt.
“I love Helena’s cover!” proclaimed honeycombchild.
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However Blanchett’s cowl didn’t fare as properly. “It’s Bazaar on autopilot. The spirit of elegance has departed the building and in lieu of making an effort, we’re gifted instead with a gray, crumpled and unglamorous cover shot,” complained an underwhelmed tigerrouge.
“Good cover, but nothing special,” mentioned jorgepalomo.
[Piece Of Me] wasn’t precisely leaping for pleasure, both. “I love Cate, she can rarely do wrong on covers and this is once again a beautiful shot, but at the same time so predictable!”
Which cowl do you favor? Pontificate and take a look at the contents of Bazaar‘s newest right here.