Are green magazine covers cursed?

“At first glance, there’s nothing unusual about the January 2006 cover of Harper’s Bazaar. It showcases a famous woman looking pretty, pledges to reveal th

“At first glance, there’s nothing unusual about the January 2006 cover of Harper’s Bazaar. It showcases a famous woman looking pretty, pledges to reveal the ‘Season’s Must-Haves,’ and trumpets a big, meaningless number (635, the quantity of ‘New Looks’ purportedly dished up within). To the untrained eye, the cover appears elegant but tame. To the editors of women’s magazines, however, it is a cold glass of water thrown in the face of convention. Why? Because it’s green.”


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Date:
November 24, 2016
Author:
XPLANE