Featured Article: Teen Vogue US 2013 Covers Recap


Teen Vogue hired five different photographers to snapped their covers line up this year. Jason Kibbler and Peggy Sirota are the only ones who shot 1 cover each. The Australian photographer snapped the first cover of 2013 featuring young actress AnnaSophia Robb, while American born Peggy Sirota photographed two-time cover star One Direction for the September issue. Unfortunately, both images are our least favourite from Teen Vogue.

Irelander Boo George, with his signature sephia colored photography, shot 3 covers this year. He photographed 16 year old Chloë Grace Moretz for March, Justin Bieber (19) for May, and Emma Watson (23) for August. He’s our new favourite photographer because we like all of his works!

Sebastian Kim, who was born in Vietnam, and raised in Iran, Paris and Southern California, also shot 3 slots for Teen Vogue. Pretty Little LiarsShay Mitchell, rapper Nicki Minaj, and Academy Award-nominated actress Hailee Steinfeld were all posed in front of his lens.

Italian photographer Giampaolo Sgura who usually works for Dolce & Gabbana, is now broaden up his portfolio by landing the cover stint for the magazine with two issues in a row. He photographed Disney starlets Demi Lovato and Selena Gomez respectively for the magazine’s November and December/January edition.

Share your favourite cover from Teen Vogue this year, and while you are doing so, read also our 2012, and 2011 review.

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