21.2.10

MILITARY ISSUE

Even though both editorials have the "military" theme, it's not hard to figure out which one is from US Vogue and which is Paris Vogue. . . . Paris Vogue always has the edge i crave. These girls' smiles are just a little creepy eh?
Military Issue: Vogue March 2010Military Issue: Vogue March 2010Military Issue: Vogue March 2010Military Issue: Vogue March 2010


Anna's ed is rockin.
Anna Selezneva: Vogue Paris Bijoux March 2010Anna Selezneva: Vogue Paris Bijoux March 2010Anna Selezneva: Vogue Paris Bijoux March 2010Anna Selezneva: Vogue Paris Bijoux March 2010Anna Selezneva: Vogue Paris Bijoux March 2010Anna Selezneva: Vogue Paris Bijoux March 2010

9 comments:

Style (R)evolution said...

Badass Spread!

bravegrrl said...

yeah, i don't know how i feel about those big smile in the military gear...

hmmm?

xo
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Morning Glory said...

I love Sasha P, but she looks like a straight up DUDE standing next to Liya! And, I don't know... but there's something about Anna's spread that I just don't like. Could it be the sparse eyebrows, and the super bony face?? Not sure...

paperfashion said...

wow love how the utilitarian/army inspired look is back!!

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Shay said...

haha, yeah, smiley giggles are probably intended to make the look more accessible and soften it, but instead, it just looks wrong...

Jonathan said...

Nice blog!

Clare said...

Lovely inspirational images!

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x

Meg said...

OK, so the answer would be one big, large YES to your seeing the military spread in this month's US Vogue (see previous post on Paris Vogue entry) xo

Joyce said...

i think anna looks great! especially in that first photo of her