To Anon: 12.34 a.m., 25/9/2007

I'm sorry they're so late, but if anyone at all is interested, I finally got them up- Vogue India's first issue and all.
Here's the cover, in both parts...incredibly dull, I thought.

Lily Cole, photographed by Bharat Sikka
Piv, photographed in Jaipur by Paolo Roversi

Methinks they need to be a bit better with the proofreading...I'm an editor on a student journal and even we (college students who don't have all the time in the world to do edit jobs) quadruple-check everything. There is just no excuse for this.
And Gemma Ward, on a film set (complete with actors and dancers in pic#1) by Patrick Demarchelier.

I didn't stick in the annoying articles and the craptastic Vogue US-ish photoshoot, but I doubt they'll be missed. It's practically time for Issue 2, anyway...


Anonymous said...

Merci pour les scans! Much appreciated.

Anonymous said...

U have a point re boo boos - log on to vogue.in and the tab bar reads
Vogue Magzine.

Meg said...

Thanks for scanning them! I can't believe that a publication of such a supposedly high standard let that one slip. The shoots are really quite bland, makes you wonder why they bother!

Blue Floppy Hat said...

Anon: you're welcome. And I'm surprised at the typo on-site, it's making them all look bad.
Meg: It's bland, but still an improvement over the usual rubbish we get to see (which is why I was initially excited about them), though the execution of the shoot with Lily could certainly have been much better.

Jen (MahaloFashion.Com) said...

I'm so happy about vogue india, it's about time!

blushing apples said...

oh my! really, its so sad! i think this cover its too Hackneyed. but i loved to see the scans :D

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