Featured Article: Vogue Paris 2012 Covers Recap


Ukrainian Canadian top model Daria Werbowy is still a Vogue Paris favourite even though Carine Roitfeld no longer helmed the monthly high end fashion publication. The 29 year old graced three covers in 2012, and worked with top notch photographer like Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin (for February and November issue), and Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott (for September issue with fellow supermodel Lara Stone and Kate Moss–who also featured on the October cover with George Michael).

Special remarks goes to Kate Moss and Lara Stone who making appearances on the front page for third consecutive year. It proves that VP editors are also loved them. Other distinguished names who graced the magazine covers last year are Natalia Vodianova/March, Doutzen Kroes/April, Laetitia Casta/May, Gisele Bundchen/June-July (easily our favourite!), Marion Cotillard/August, and the first lady of France, Carla Bruni-Sarkozy/December.

Dear Emmanuelle Alt, we don’t want to see plain boring grey nor white background anymore in 2013. Oh, one more thing. We must say that your October cover is the worst in the history of Vogue Paris. Please, do not produce anything like that, ever again. Sincerely, your concerned readers.

Got any favourite in 2012 line up? Jump in the comment box below. In the meantime, you can read our 2011 review, here and 2010, here.

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