Sarah Jessica Parker’s Vogue August 2011

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Oh, wow! Now that’s something new and original, entirely groundbreaking and revolutionary for Vogue US! For their August 2011 cover, they’ve got Sarah Jessica Parker! Niiiice!

Seriously? She is nice, not that we wouldn’t know her look, her style and her life by heart, however, since she had her twins, I don’t think she covered any Vogue. Did she? Either way, I’m loving the pictures, from the preview it looks like a very happy, shiny pictorial (Mario Testino, biensur)! (oh, and does anyone experience a déjà vu cover pose? If you do, you’re justified, SJP had the same pose for her May 2010 Vogue US cover! They even use the same pink shade for the SJP covers!) (via)

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#1 mdinah on 07.12.11 at 8:55 am

The age issue and a SJP without one single wrinkle…
sometimes I understand the feminists’ hate towards Vogue.

#2 ajginger on 07.12.11 at 9:02 am


And is that Matthew looking much slimmer than on candid photos? Or a model that looks like him?

#3 kpriss on 07.12.11 at 9:14 am

@mdinah you’re so right! wrinkle free age issue. We’re all made of plastic. and Photoshop.

@ajginger they look like two mannequins. Bourgeois-ish and pretty fake.. I guess that’s alright for an age issue, I wouldn’t expect them to hug and act lovable with each other at this age, right?

#4 mdinah on 07.12.11 at 9:24 am

I read somewhere she was not the first choice for the cover. The other star canceled at last minute and Vogue called her as a step-cover.

#5 ajginger on 07.12.11 at 10:07 am

Oh, now I am curious whom didn’t want to pose for the age-issue someone who don’t want to be confronted with ageing is my guess? :D

Kpriss! Ugh, showing affection above 40? Not to speak about s*x of course…..ewwwww….:D ;)

#6 mdinah on 07.12.11 at 12:51 pm

Sweet Lord ! I have one foot in 40ies already…. and now what?? uncertainty, neglect and oblivion…

#7 Ellington on 07.12.11 at 12:53 pm

I do like SJP and her hubby Matthew Broderick, as for the age issue why does not US Vogue do something different for once and do a cover with models of different ages?
Like Carmen Dell’orefice (she is stunning!), Beverly Johnson, Iman, Chanel Iman, Christy Turlington,Cindy Crawford, Grace Jones, Lauren Hutton, Stella Tennant, Kristen Owen, and of course others younger and mature!
It can and should be done, because I am sick to the back teeth with US Vogue’s Celebs R US! :P
Sometime I just wish that Anna Wintour would let Grace do an issue of the magazine by herself!
I think that Grace is beyond stellar!!! She gets it! : )

#8 mdinah on 07.12.11 at 1:09 pm

Well, Grace is a legend by herself…she probably will surpass Ana.
I would love to see Lauren Hutton too.She is the epitome of elegance and coolness to me.
This cover is particularly odd because SJP is always praising herself of having no work done on her face,what might be true. Maybe she could negociate (as her importance weights) to keep some signals of aging in her pictures.
crow’s feet at least????

#9 ajginger on 07.12.11 at 2:50 pm

The September Issue? Re-watched it twice only to watch Grace! Ha, I even bought the dvd because of her. I agree with mdinah.
SJP has done a lot to her face. Her nose; like so many celebs. Her features where way cuter when she was younger. I noticed some faces that had plastic surgeon young do not age so well. No one ever noticed that?
In fact I think there shouldn’t be an “The Age Issue” at all. Isn’t fashion meant for everyone? I think it is and should be presented as such.

#10 keiko on 07.12.11 at 6:06 pm

I think I would have preferred Jane Lynch on the cover – just to shake it up a bit. I luved SPJ / S&TC back in the day – but what else is there to know about Sarah? Ultimately a boring, repetitive cover for me.

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