Featured Article: InStyle UK 2012 Covers Recap


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This year, InStyle UK presented only one cover with grey masthead, unlike last year where they used grey on the first five editions, and that’s a good thing. Even though most of the mastheads are using muted or pale colors, but that’s the magazine’s signature which separates them from their US sister.

We are pleased with the cover stars (well, mostly), the color combination and the execution of this year’s line up from Eilidh MacAskill-edited monthly fashion publication. We also loved how the fashion editors styled the covers and how the EIC finalized the end results. They matched the masthead with the dress (Cameron Diaz‘s July and Daisy Lowe‘s September issue); the cover stars wearing white minimal ensemble and let the bold accessories and dress details pop (April with Drew Barrymore, June with Eva Green and December with Dakota Fanning); the multicolored dresses on the cover that doesn’t hurts the eyes (February with Nicola Roberts, March with Heidi Klum and October with Olivia Palermo), and the black outfits that looks great (Kim Kardashian‘s August and Naomie HarrisNovember issue).

Our least favourite covers goes to Gwen Stefani‘s January and Jennifer Aniston‘s May (the image it’s a reprint from InStyle US March issue, just like Cameron Diaz‘s cover).

Check out also our review of last year’s line up, here, and 2010 line up, here.

Share to us your favourite ones from InStyle UK in the comment box below.

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