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Cover | Laetitia Casta by Mert & Marcus for Vogue Paris Dec/Jan

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  1. FASHION SNAG

    November 30, 2009 at 11:53 pm

    I love her! Great cover.

  2. FASHION SNAG

    November 30, 2009 at 3:53 pm

    I love her! Great cover.

  3. misslikey

    November 30, 2009 at 11:55 pm

    Laetitia’s back. I’m glad

  4. misslikey

    November 30, 2009 at 3:55 pm

    Laetitia’s back. I’m glad

  5. rachel gilman

    December 1, 2009 at 3:27 am

    this is fabulous. i wonder what satine looks like-how old she is…

  6. rachel gilman

    November 30, 2009 at 7:27 pm

    this is fabulous. i wonder what satine looks like-how old she is…

  7. Horus

    December 1, 2009 at 2:09 pm

    Yawn.

    And not because of Laetitia because she is fabulous. But we’ve seen this from Mert and Marcus before. It’s how they shoot a celebrity and in the process they’ve made Laetitia look like a dramatically colored bride of Frankenstein. It’s not edgy, it’s tired because it seems like formula at this point. Dunst anyone?

    I know this is supposed to be a tie into Pedro (does that mean Laetitia and he will be doing a film now together?) but the dramatic color scheme makes no sense other than Pedro uses vibrant color too. Without any deeper meaning this seems like nothing other than a gimmick.

    On a networking site, I just stumbled upon a fine art female photographer from Santa Cruz with a hippie goth gothic aesthetic. Her words and translated means odd wild and dramatic colors in compositions. But her reasons go to an attempt at a deeper narrative and exploration, she is interested in dreams and dreamtime. She seems really weird but I like that exploration even though she’s just an amateur from a small town and not NYC or London or Paris. If I wasn’t tied to the NYC as a makeup artist, I would work with her because I’m getting tired of the same old in editorial and commercial work. It all is seeming done tired and uninspired. I probably need a vacation. :)

    My point is that this cover feels hollow and this was done by the best of the best.

    Can someone please do something of value with Laetitia? Use some amateur photographer from California if you have to.

  8. Horus

    December 1, 2009 at 6:09 am

    Yawn.

    And not because of Laetitia because she is fabulous. But we’ve seen this from Mert and Marcus before. It’s how they shoot a celebrity and in the process they’ve made Laetitia look like a dramatically colored bride of Frankenstein. It’s not edgy, it’s tired because it seems like formula at this point. Dunst anyone?

    I know this is supposed to be a tie into Pedro (does that mean Laetitia and he will be doing a film now together?) but the dramatic color scheme makes no sense other than Pedro uses vibrant color too. Without any deeper meaning this seems like nothing other than a gimmick.

    On a networking site, I just stumbled upon a fine art female photographer from Santa Cruz with a hippie goth gothic aesthetic. Her words and translated means odd wild and dramatic colors in compositions. But her reasons go to an attempt at a deeper narrative and exploration, she is interested in dreams and dreamtime. She seems really weird but I like that exploration even though she’s just an amateur from a small town and not NYC or London or Paris. If I wasn’t tied to the NYC as a makeup artist, I would work with her because I’m getting tired of the same old in editorial and commercial work. It all is seeming done tired and uninspired. I probably need a vacation. :)

    My point is that this cover feels hollow and this was done by the best of the best.

    Can someone please do something of value with Laetitia? Use some amateur photographer from California if you have to.

  9. laura

    December 1, 2009 at 5:43 pm

    very very disappointing

  10. laura

    December 1, 2009 at 9:43 am

    very very disappointing

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