Featured Article: Vogue Netherlands 2013 Covers Recap


Eversince their launch last year, Vogue Netherlands consistently features homegrown talents on their covers. This year, the only non-Dutch cover stars were American model Erin Wasson who posed in front of Petrovsky & Ramone lens for May issue; the striking Senegalese Kinee Diouf by Ishi for July (one of our favourite covers); and Polish top catwalker Kasia Struss, who shared the cover slot (by Philippe Vogelenzang) with Dutch model with Indonesian descent, Dewi Driegen for August.

They started this year with rising model Agnes Nabuurs, who was photographed by Erwin Olaf. The rest of the cover models in 2013 were top models or established names in Dutch fashion industry. We are talking about Bette Franke, Milou Van Groesen, Doutzen Kroes (she landed two slots for June and September, shot by Josh Olins and Paul Bellart respectively and we love both of them!), Ymre Stiekema, Marte Mei Van Haaster, Justine Bakker, Sylvia van der Klooster,and Cato Van Ee.

Dutch photographer who lives and works in Amsterdam and New York, Alique photographed the most front pages for the publication this year. She photographed the magazine’s March, April, October and November issue. Vogue Netherlands completed their 2013 covers line up with a minimalist yet charming special cover featuring the lovely Queen Maxima of The Netherlands.

Tell us your favourite cover from Vogue Netherlands this year in the comment box below. You can also read last year’s recap, here.

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