CarDelevingne's new photoset for Love Magazine is light on the inside. Their joint karaoke promo, released in early July, did not disappoint expectations: the theme of kiddiness, cartoons and crazy sweets from the 70s continues. Girls of Love Magazine are sure to create sweets and cakes and all kinds of sweets this fall. Some at least. I am not sure how the famous Count Lemonvat would have commented on what was happening, but the tandem of Delevingne and Love turned out to be a good version of the rather sweet, but quite lively princess Bubblegum. And this is perhaps the best unintentional cosplay of the current year.
In seven frames, Liz Collins and Phoebe Arnold have time to walk through world pop culture, handing out loud cuffs to everyone from Barbie to Moschino, from the cult-turned Carroll Alice to Miley Cyrus, a parody of which risk to outbid the original in popularity. A separate pleasure is to examine the image in parts, to look for hidden "Easter eggs" - small, pleasant details left for the attentive reader. For example, cat ears instead of a bow on the rim, plastic bags and a mattel-like liner, a candy wristwatch that can be read as either 3:01 or DIE. And even this can be interpreted ambiguously. But Love Magazine did not promise definite answers. Their profile is entertainment, visual hedonism and some food for the mind.And in this they will not be surpassed soon.