* You are viewing Posts Tagged ‘vanity fair magazine’
The Dishmaster March 07, 2012 Leave a Comment
How many times can celebrities copy an idea before being called out on their originality? Jessica Simpson covers Elle Magazine this month baring her naked belly, and the photo is an exact replica of Demi Moore’s very famous 1991 Annie Leibovitz shoot for Vanity Fair Magazine. If I were Anne Leibovitz, I’d be pissed. No one likes a copy-cat. And for those that think it’s “the sincerest form of flattery,” you are wrong. Flattery doesn’t get me paid.
The Dishmaster February 24, 2011 Leave a Comment
When Annie Leibovitz photographed Demi Moore’s naked and pregnant body for the cover of the 1991 Vanity Fair magazine, it was considered an artistic masterpiece. It was a feminist statement, which told women everywhere that they could be both beautiful and pregnant at the same time. Plus, it was original. Annie Leibovitz is a fantastic photographer because of her unique creative vision. Since that shot, photographers and celebrities everywhere have copied the idea, and every woman under the sun poses naked while pregnant. It’s not that I don’t love a naked, pregnant body –it’s that I don’t love copycats, and it’s time to retire the idea. To see what I mean, click the links below.