Contemporary faces are an extremely rare sight on the entrance cowl of American Harper’s Bazaar (not to mention an precise working style mannequin). Now that Samira Nasr is on the helm of the title following the departure of Glenda Bailey, issues are trying up. After a exceptional 20-year profession on this planet of modeling, firm forum favorite Liya Kebede lastly turns into a Harper’s Bazaar cowl star for November 2020. Captured on the rooftops of Paris, Liya is a imaginative and prescient earlier than a vibrant yellow backdrop sporting a Christian Dior jacket (picked by Ludivine Poiblanc) whereas gazing effortlessly down the lens of Christopher Anderson.
Sadly, the duvet left so much to be desired in accordance with our discussion board members. “I’ve missed Liya, however I’m not liking this,” admitted Serend1pity.
“I don’t like the way in which she seems in any respect! And her painful expression isn’t serving to, both. She seems so diminutive and fragile. Under no circumstances just like the highly effective, robust girl she really is,” stated mikel.
“Wasted potential. Highly effective taglines ruined by a somewhat weak picture,” agreed MON.
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GivenchyAddict felt majorly underwhelmed: “Her expression is off. Her hair is a multitude and the styling is uneventful. It might have been good. Liya’s smile might have been an enormous asset to this new period for Bazaar and would match this very joyful coloration within the background.”
“Love Liya, however want she appeared happier… That is such a miserable and sad-looking cowl,” voiced Lola701.
“Intrigued to see how Samira’s tenure pans out, however judging by this cowl, even with Liya, there’s nothing to shout about,” wrote Fiercification.
“All this screams shoestring funds, however even one thing shot on pennies doesn’t need to be this boring. The place’s the creativity?” requested A.D.C.
In the meantime, jal718 described the duvet as “merely terrible.”
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