Featured Article: Vogue Netherlands 2012 Covers Recap


Vogue Netherlands launched their first issue earlier this April with a cover featuring three of Dutch up and rising young models, Romee Strijd, Ymre Stiekema (she later landed her second slot, for September by Paul Bellart) and Josefien Rodermans, Their minimalist cover with cute poses was photographed by Marc de Groot, who also snapped the November issue featuring the striking Anne de Rijk.

Dutch powerhouse and established models such as Lara Stone, Guinevere van Seenus (she was born in America to Dutch parents, hence the name), Rianne Ten Haken, Saskia de Brauw, and Doutzen Kroes are consecutively graced the new international edition of Vogue. The models were photographed by Josh Olins, Annemarieke van Drimmelen, Petrovsky & Ramone, Jan Welters, and Patrick Demarchelier respectively.

Vogue Netherlands is still trying to find the perfect cover design. In our opinion, if they want to do indoor shot, they should do it like Ymre‘s September issue. Played with unique fonts and masthead. And if they want to have outdoor shots, they should do something vibrant like Guivenere‘s and Rianne‘s covers.

We are looking forward to see their 2013 line up, because they have teased us with their January/February issue featuring new face to watch, Agnes Nabuurs. Share your favourite Vogue Netherlands cover in the comment box below.

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