Featured Article: Vogue Portugal 2013 Covers Recap


Vogue Portugal is getting better in their covers line up. Although the headlines are still occupied the majority of the cover, but at least they got better images compared to last year.

Some of our favourite from this year’s selection are Aida Ainulyte‘s green and white combination on February issue by Mário Príncipe; Iris Egbers‘ fiery red hair on March issue by Kevin Sinclair; Cara Delevigne‘s bold pose by Mario Testino for June; and Hana Jirickova pink-ish cover for October issue by Marcin Tyszka (the Czech model also landed the December issue of the magazine).

The most interesting cover image this year goes to Karolina Kurkova‘s January issue, shot by Giampaolo Sgura. The Czech supermodel laughed in a manic way, styled in vibrant red outfit, retro hair, and animal print details. We are strangely intrigued by the image.

The rest of the cover girls this year are featuring Kati Nescher, Sharam Diniz, Magdalena Frackowiak (we can’t wait to see her rocking the runway of this year’s Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show!), Madison Hope Headrick, Natalia Uliasz, and Valerija Kelava. Let’s hope Vogue Portugal can keep up their good works this year and impress us again next year.

Any favourite cover from Vogue Portugal? Tell us in the comment box below. In the meantime, you can read our 2012, 2011, and 2010 review by clicking the respective links.

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