Featured Article: Vogue Germany 2012 Covers Recap

German top catwalker Toni Garrn is rising back to the occasion this year. She landed quite a number of editorials, campaigns and covers in 2012. The 20 year old already booked the Spring Summer 2013 campaign stint for Max Mara Studio and Hugo Boss Black. She also landed two covers slots for her homeland Vogue, for August and December issue, both photographed by Alexi Lubomirski.

The Wimbledon born photographer also snapped three other images as the front page, featuring models Lais Ribeiro (March), Carolyn Murphy (June) and actress Salma Hayek (September). Claudia Knoepfel & Stefan Indlekofer are the only ones who shot more than one covers for the magazine this year, besides Lubomirski. The Switzerland duo shot the May and July issue featuring models Guinevere Van Seenus and Kendra Spears. The rest of the covers were photographed by top names: Greg Kadel (January), Brigitte Lacombe (February), Peter Lindbergh (April), Camilla Akrans (October), and Daniel Jackson (November).

We loved the strong black and white image by Greg Kadel. The orange masthead really brighten it up. We also love Michelle Williams‘ cover in which she channelled Marilyn Monroe. She really looks like her! Do you have favourite cover(s) from Vogue Germany this year? Click here to read our 2011 recap, and here for 2010 recap.

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