Teen Vogue 2011 Covers Recap


Teen Vogue US always gave the same covers posed this year. From waist above. Kinda boring but thank God for two lovely cover stars: Emma Stone/23 (snapped by Daniel Jackson for September issue) and Chloë Moretz/14 (snapped by Paola Kudacki for December 2010/January 2012 issue).

The editor in chief, Amy Astley and her team chose singers, TV actresses (plus an actor) and movie stars for their cover stars this year. Most of them are obviously not teenage anymore.

December 2010/January 2011 cover star Cory Monteith is the oldest one. He is 29! While his co-star in Glee, Lea Michele is 25. Both of them were photographed by Regan Cameron. I usually don’t like Alexa Chung on magazine covers, but I must say that the 28 year old host and model looked pretty and young for November issue lensed by Paola Kudacki. Paola Kudacki also snapped Phil Collins‘s daughter, Lily, 22, for the October issue front page.

24 year old Ashley Greene had an awkwardly long neck on the March cover photographed by the famous Patrick Demarchelier who’s also photographed Academy Award nominated actress, Jennifer Lawrence, 22, for May, Pretty Little Liars‘s Lucy Hale, 22, for February and Selena Gomez, 19, for June/July issue.

Vampire Diaries‘s leading cast, Nina Dobrev (22) looked young photographed by Regan Cameron for the April cover while on the contrary, Taylor Swift (21) looked way older on the August cover lensed by Daniel Jackson.

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