InStyle is without doubt one of the hottest magazines on newsstands proper now and it’s all because of Laura Brown and her knack for securing the perfect cowl topics. Towards the top of final yr, Jennifer Aniston, Elle Fanning and Renée Zellweger had been picked for covers and final month, the magazine kicked off 2020 with a sequence of Salma Hayek, Tiffany Haddish and Rose Byrne covers. Olivia Wilde is Brown’s newest cowl conquest, starring on the title’s February 2020 subject serving up tons of Outdated Hollywood fashion. Shot by Pamela Hanson and styled by Karla Welch, the Booksmart director wears Christian Dior within the newsstand cowl (beneath) and fits up in Max Mara for the subscribers’ various (after the soar).
“A real contender for the least flattering photograph of Olivia Wilde I’ve ever seen,” declared KINGofVERSAILLES the second the primary cowl dropped.
In the identical way of thinking was Purse Queen: “I believe she’s naturally very stunning, however these images don’t make her shine in any respect.”
“Who the f did she piss off?” puzzled MON.
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“‘Badass Ladies’…so we are going to costume her like a typical 50s housewife — the go-to fashion for archaic anti-feminism,” referred to as out Kite.
“Wait…they did THAT to her face? Come on now, that’s simply upsetting!” proclaimed Miss Dalloway.
“I like Olivia, however Jennifer Lawrence and Peter Lindbergh did it higher,” added jorgepalomo.
“What a disgrace, this turned out to be an eyesore. I don’t thoughts Olivia Wilde, can’t complain concerning the retro styling (apart from the tulle skirt shot) and truly like how the Christian Dior appears to be like within the cowl picture, however can’t fathom how this went so mistaken,” expressed vogue28.
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