Emmy Rossum - Spirit and Flesh Magazine Smoking is Cool Again, Say Magazines
The focus of magazines is often to entertain us, and also to expand our horizons. What is largely fashionable is uncool, and what is very select is cool. Smoking hasnt really featured in magazines for a while, not since the 1980s when Madonna famously posted on the cover of Rolling Stone with a cigar in her mouth. But as the universal appreciation and love of smoking worldwide is heading towards decline, magazines have cottoned on to the fact that this select market is actually cool again. The number of times smoking appears in magazines is on the rise, simply because half of the world are trying to stamp it out. Celebs, models, and rebels love to smoke, as it instantly gives their character style and risqué appeal.
Anne Curtis - Rogue Magazine
Lindsay Lohan - For Blank Magazine
Angel Haze - Fault Magazine
Charlize Theron - for M magazine
Rolling Stone Magazine Ever since Pulp Fiction made smoking deep, dark and cool, artists have been trying to capture that same look. Here is Rolling Stone from 2016:
The future looks bright for a while, as magazines are keen to suggest how we can relax and enjoy life while being unique and free! If smoking was once an uncool national consensus, now it is a personal lifestyle choice once again.