When a publication lands a big name like Scarlett Johansson for its cover, it is only natural that it would want two: case in point, the Dazed Vol IV issue. Yet there is another reason for doubling the cover. The British magazine has undergone a rebranding. Taking a shorter name, Dazed in place of Dazed & Confused, as well as focusing on more content, the Dazed Vol IV issue is meant to make an impact.
The Dazed Vol IV cover shoot was shot by photographer Benjamin Alexander-Huseby. In it, the American actress showcases two sides of her personality, a good side and a bad side. Wearing Saint Laurent, she reflects on her objectified image, "How could I wake up every day and be a normal person if I was completely aware that my image was being manipulated on a global platform. How could I sleep? You have to have peace of mind."
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