But that is a part of its magic...actually, I do not like when magazines such as Vogue are writing about the credit crunch, because in my fantasy...credit crunch does not exist in Vogue.
The fantastical is one of the reasons why I adore the British Vogue of this month, December. I am not going to spoil too much about the content, so pick it up or browse in it before the Januari issue releases:
The fold-out cover is made of a matte-satiny material, which makes it different from its common high-gloss covers
The Tim Walker/Helena Bonham is quite magical as well.
Mmm, It is a nice calender, but I am not that enthousiastic about this year's calender. They do not have the high fashion attitude the calender of last year had...I think it is more suited for a Trucker's restroom...
Last year's vogue had a tatoo/bodypaint theme, which was more suitable for ladies...
Ah, Lady's things: it makes me think of this person: "I am a lady and I do lady's things"
Back to Vogue Fr: The rest of the magazine is not that interesting. The editor of the French Vogue indulged in her Prinses Stephanie of Monaco adoration this month, so half of the magazine is dedicated to her...which is a bit too much for me.
And it brings up some memories of the eighties...They portrayed lots of pictures of Stephanie in her earlier years, and they are very eighties.
So, if you are an eighties fan, a French Vogue fan, a princess Stephanie of Monaco fan or a Naughty-pinup-fashion-calender-from-French-Vogue fan...pick up the French Vogue of Dec/Jan 2008/2009.
Happy reading or browsing...