Change is within the air over at British Harper’s Bazaar now that Justine Picardie is out and Lydia Slater is in, serving because the title’s performing editor-in-chief. We observed zero change with the journal’s January providing starring Gemma Arterton and nothing actually modified on the magazine’s February 2020 installment. Recent from the quilt of Vogue Poland, Victoria Beckham makes a return to Harper’s Bazaar U.Ok. eight years after her final look. Photographed by Ellen von Unwerth and styled by Cathy Kasterine, the Brit style guru turned make-up mogul naturally wears her eponymous label for the pair of covers.
Sadly, the covers did not excite our discussion board members. “One can tell Justine is no longer there! You have Victoria on the cover, who I don’t think she particularly cared for (certainly don’t recall her getting a cover under Justine). And then there’s the overall image which harks back to the Lucy Yeomans era with that design. It may have worked back then, but in 2020 it looks painfully generic,” wrote Benn98.
“I hate the pose, she looks so stiff,” complained kokobombon.
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“It’s one and the same for VB,” MON identified, suggesting the covers had been simply extra of the identical previous.
In the identical state of mind was HeatherAnne: “She is the absolute dullest, end of story. No idea how she books all this press. How quickly with one issue they lose their identity and become indistinguishable from all the other garbage magazines out there.”
“This magazine is starting to look like a replacement for Marie Claire,” tigerrouge chimed in.
“She looks beautiful, love the dress, but this does look dated. But this will sell at the newsstands! VB is always a good choice for a dead month because she will sell copies,” defended Miss Dalloway.
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