Featured Article: Harper’s Bazaar US 2013 Covers Recap

Glenda Bailey always featured word “fashion” consistently on Harper’s Bazaar US front pages. The word was the main headline in 2010 and 2011. Printed in big and bold manner. This year, the word made appearance in most of the covers. It’s their signature that needs to get rid of immediately. Oh, and they should also make the headlines smaller, not as big usual.

Harper’s Bazaar US started 2013 with an unflattering image of Jennifer Lopez. The 44 year old singer and actress was photographed by Katja Rahlwes for the cover. They could do better in our opinion, instead using the beauty shot. Another least favourite cover would be Selena Gomez‘s April issue by Terry Richardson. The stripes Dolce & Gabbana dress is to plain, dull and boring.

The controversial photographer Terry Richardson is Harper’s Bazaar regular photographer for several years now. This year alone he snapped the magazine’s August issue with Sofia Vergara for newsstand (one of our favourite) and Candice Swanepoel on subscriber version, September issue with Sarah Jessica Parker (enough with her already!), October issue with Miley Cyrus on the newsstand and Linda Evangelista on the subscriber, and November issue with Madonna. We are wondering what Terry‘s clients thinks about his sexual predator tendencies that’s (once again) surfaced on the internet.

The rest of the covers line up this year are our favourite! From Gwyneth Paltrow‘s regal beauty shot for May issue to Christy Turlington chic zebra styling for June/July issue, and Drew Barrymore gorgeous beauty profile on March to Kate Hudson bold red subscriber cover of December.

Which one is your favourite this year from Harper’s Bazaar US? You can also read our 2012, 2011, and 2010 recap.

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