The granddaughter of Charlie Chaplin, Kiera, was photographed by Gianluca Fontana and styled by Alessandra Corvasce for the latest cover image of IO Donna magazine. The make up and hair was done by Adalberto P and Maurizio Kulpherk respectively.
Image via TFS.
Vogue UK have better covers line up this year comparing from last year‘s where only two issues got my attention.
Let’s start with the covers that I have less interest in: Alexa Chung—last year’s March cover star—for June issue front page photographed by Josh Olins. Victoria Beckham, with her signature don’t-mess-with-me-look, by Alasdair McLellan for February issue. Vanessa Paradis (it looked good from distance, but when you have it in your hands, the cover was boring) by Mario Testino for July issue. Kate Winslet by Mario Testino for April and Keira Knightley also by Mario Testino for January. I’m not a fan of these covers.
57 year old Peruvian, Mario Testino, photographed seven covers of Vogue UK this year! His remaining shots that I liked are for May issue featuring top models Freja Beha Erichsen, Lara Stone and Natalia Vodianova. But that only because of the models selection. He shot the second 2011 cover of the 24 year old Danish girl Freja Beha Erichsen for the oh-so-important September issue in Dolce & Gabbana sequined dress. Last year it was Kate Moss who had the honour to be featured twice.
He also shot the regular cover girl, Kate Moss, in Miu Miu, for August and another supermodel, Gisele Bundchen, for the magazine’s last front page of 2011.
Adele Laurie Blue Adkins landed her very first (we are pretty sure it won’t be her last) Vogue cover for October photographed by Sølve Sundsbø while Robyn Rihanna Fenty also landed her first cover for the magazine, chaneling the late Marilyn Monroe, for the November issue lensed by Alasdair McLellan. I like both covers.
My number one spot for the most favourite cover of 2011 from Vogue UK goes to none other than Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott‘s first ever cover works for the magazine featuring the sexy Rosie Huntington-Whiteley wearing Gucci fiery red blazer for March edition! I’m in love the first time I saw it!
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L’Uomo Vogue presented five previously used cover images for their latest covers. The covers are:
- Beyoncé photographed by Francesco Carrozzini and styled Rushka Bergman.
- Keith Richards photographed by Francesco Carrozzini and styled Maryam Malakpour.
- Michael Jackson photographed by Bruce Weber and styled Rushka Bergman.
- Sean Penn photographed by Bruce Weber.
- Tokio Hotel photographed by Pierpaolo Ferrari and styled by Robert Rabensteiner.
Click here to view last year cover featuring Don King and click here to view 2009 cover featuring Shepard Fairey.
Images via TFS.
UPDATED NOVEMBER 10th 2011: Added two new covers featuring the only male cast Benjamin Eidem shot by Willy Vanderperre with the styling works by Olivier Rizzo and also Puerto Rican beauty Joan Smalls shot by Benjamin Alexander Huseby and styled by Jane How. Images via FTape.
UPDATED NOVEMBER 07th 2011: Added two new covers featuring Saskia de Brauw lensed by Daniel Jackson and styled by Alastair McKimm and Jourdan Dunn by Alasdair McLellan, styled by Elgar Johnson with the hair and make up done by Anthony Turner and Lucia Pica respectively. Images via Models.com
2 covers of the latest issue of i-D Magazine are featuring top models Anja Rubik (photographed by David Bailey and styled by Charlotte Stockdale) and the gorgeous Hailey Clauson (photographed by Matt Jones).
The issue will hit the newsstands of November 09th 2011.
Click the links to view last year covers featuring Kanye West, Kate Moss, Dree Hemingway and Abbey Lee Kershaw. And here for 2009 covers featuring Georgia May Jagger, Eva Herzigova, Helena Christensen, Claudia Schiffer, Jamie Dornan and Lara Stone.
Images via Models.com
Sophie Vlaming was photographed by Raphael Delorme and Tierno Sy for the December cover image of Vogue Portugal.
Click here to view last year cover featuring Ana Beatriz Barros.
Image via TFS.