InStyle UK 2011 Covers Recap


For the first five months, InStyle UK stick with grey mastheads. But thank God for the fabulous cover stars: Academy Award winning and nominated actresses Hilary Swank (January), Amy Adams (February) Gwyneth Paltrow (April) and Julianne Moore (May) and also supermodel Helena Christensen (March). Maybe muted colors are InStyle UK things, just like last year.

Their first non-grey masthead starts in June with Thandie Newton in the infamous Prada stripes dress. Another model who landed cover slot this year was Daisy Lowe who’s sitting gorgeously for July issue. The similar pose is also used for the current and the last cover of 2011 featuring Cheryl Cole in another Prada dress. As you can see, Thandie Newton and Daisy Lowe‘s covers are the only bright colored front pages in 2011.

X Factor US judge who ironically replaced fellow cover star Cheryl Cole, Nicole Scherzinger, looked serene on the soft colored August issue. Rise of The Planet of The Apes leading lady Freida Pinto graced the September cover in a lace dress from Emilio Pucci while the October (Diane Kruger in Dolce & Gabbana gold sequins dress) and November (Rosamund Pike in Versace white ostrich feather dress) issues are two of my favourite covers from InStyle UK this year.

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