We haven’t been feeling very inspired by Vogue lately, but evidently we don’t speak for everyone. Particularly not for Wall Street Journal, who have been feeling very inspired by the fashion glossy.
For WSJ‘s November 2013’s perhaps dubiously titled ‘innovators’ issue they’ve tapped Gisele Bündchen and Daft Punk for the cover. The model stands flanked by the French electro duo in what is basically a mirror pose of the one struck by Karlie Kloss and Daft Punk back in July, from the slimming leg pose to the shiny, sheer dress that just screams intergalactic music festival. Granted the Journal‘s cover is a little more sexed-up re Gisele’s bronzed cleavage and Daft Punk Guy #1’s metal hand creeping up her inner thigh, but other than we’re seeing double/triple/sextuple/whatever. Factor in Milla Jovovich‘s recent spread for CR Fashion Book and the issue’s theme seems even more ironic.
See the WSJ cover and Vogue spread side-by-side below.
Behind the Scenes: Daft Punk and Karlie Traipse Midtown in Saint Laurent
Daft Punk and Milla Jovovich’s Ménage à Trois for CR Fashion Book
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