Top Story of the Month : We Have to Talk About Vogue We have to talk about Vogue people. Since Vogue (and Anna Devil Wintour) decided to embrace the idea of feature accomplished women on it’s cover we all agree that putting celebrity was a good idea. Vogue is and always has been so Waspy oriented. It wasn’t a problem in the 80’s, it became one in the 90’s, now it’s clearly a major issue. On top of that Vogue, like every other printed magazine knows the internet fracture and the audience keep on decreasing. It’s a matter of fact. So what did Vogue decided to do ? Make buzz story. Like every other.
Jennifer Aniston is the most celebrity stunt of all celebrity stunts that exist on this planet. According to Vulture, she is a tabloid star with a perfect understanding of the public relations machine. Her latest commercial for Aveeno debuted on Oscar night. This advertisement is more promoting Aniston being her own manager , publicist, PR etc… than the product itself. Have you noticed that we barely see or hear about the product that she supposedly is endorsing? If you read the advertisement correctly, it tells exactly what the Aniston Brand is: she’s the actress who’s best role is being a ‘Celebrity’.