The cover is shot by Zhong Lin. (source)
The cover is shot by Zhong Lin. (source)
The magazine celebrates their 20th anniversary with 10 different covers paying homage and celebrating the rich and diverse cultures and personas of Latin America. (source)
Click here to view last year covers featuring Emily Ratajkowski, here to view 2017 cover featuring Hana Jirickova, here to view 2016 cover featuring Karlie Kloss, here to view 2015 cover featuring Alma Jodorowsky, here to view 2014 covers featuring Cameron Russell, Irina Shayk, Karen Elson, Frankie Rayder and Guinevere Van Seenus, here to view 2013 covers featuring Kendra Spears, here to view 2012 cover featuring Hilary Rhoda, here to view 2011 October cover featuring Julian Schratter, Julia Stegner and Ryan Kennedy, here for 2010 cover with Anja Rubik, and here for 2009 cover with Hana Soukupova.
HRH The Duchess of Sussex guest edited the September 2019 issue of British Vogue starring 15 changemakers! Meghan Markle became the first guest editor of the September issue in the magazine’s 103-year history. The cover stars are Adut Akech, Gemma Chan, Greta Thunberg, Jameela Jamil, Chimamanda Adichie, Adwoa Aboah, Jacinda Ardern, Francesca Hayward, Ramla Ali, Christy Turlington, Salma Hayek, Sinead Burke, Jane Fonda, Laverne Cox, and Yara Shahidi.
The 16th slot – which, in print, appears as a mirror – is intended by The Duchess to show how you are part of this collective moment of change too.
The cover is photographed by Peter Lindbergh with styling direction by Edward Enninful and Grace Coddington. Hair by Didier Malige and Serge Normant. Makeup by Val Garland and Diane Kendal. Manicurist Lorraine Schwartz and Yuko Tsuchihashi. (source)
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Jenna Dewan covers the January 2019 issue of Cosmopolitan US, opening up on what makes her feel sexy and life post-split from Channing Tatum.
On getting through her very public split from ex-husband Channing Tatum: “I didn’t run away from my feelings. I let myself cry. I let myself grieve. This is one of those situations where I will see the light. The dawn is coming.”
On recognizing where her fame stems from: “I’m obviously super aware that people know me, they know Channing, they know us together. We’d been a beloved couple for a long time. I was in Berlin and people were like, ‘We love your Lip Sync Battle!’ I was like, oh my god. You mean the time when I humped my husband-at-the-time’s face? I’m so glad that’s my calling card.”
On her idea of romance: “I do believe in love still, but I also believe it begins with really digging deep and learning how to love yourself. And then I think you sort of transmute that out to attract the right partner. I think that people who are meant to be sort of find each other.”
On being a free-spirit: “I’ve always been a little hippie, spiritual. I am very sensitive – what you would call an empath. I know what it feels like to overextend and to overgive in life. I give out so much energy constantly.”
On what makes her feel sexy: “When I’m feeling out of touch with myself, especially with my sexuality, I dance. I immediately drop back into my body, and I feel it’s where my sensuality lives. It’s kind of a carnal feeling when I dance.” Images courtesy of Cosmopolitan. (source)
Jenna Dewan bares it all – literally – on the September cover (shot by Dennis Leupold) of Women’s Health US Global Naked Issue. Inside the issue, the 37-year old actress, dancer, mother, and wellness warrior gets real on her public split, protective parenting, and positive outlook on her new life.
On nudity: “I’ve been a dancer my entire life, so I’m used to little clothing. You lose a sense of modesty.”
On her past year, post-split from Channing Tatum: “It’s been a journey, and it’s been a transformation of myself – my needs and wants as a woman. I think everyone wants to hold on to what’s in front of them, but when you open your mind saying, ‘I want what’s best for myself and my daughter,’ you have to be okay with however that looks. I feel like I’ve been on a wave of growth. It does look different; it’s a new normal, and I really think we’ll get used to that.”
On admitting her split has been far from painless: “It’s always challenging to go through a big change and have the whole world have an opinion about it…It’s okay for a relationship to change into a new form that is actually better for both people involved, and I think maybe that’s what shocked everyone so much – that it can be a positive thing. That was ultimately what happened with us.”
On how she’s changed: “I did a lot of work healing from the inside out, becoming more in touch with my womanly power. It was always ‘I’m a dancer,’ or ‘I’m married,’ or ‘I’m an actress.’ Over the last couple of years, it became about learning about myself.”
On critics mom-shaming her photos on Instagram: “Apparently, when you become a mother, you’re supposed to leave your sexuality at the door, and I never understood that. I think there’s nothing sexier than becoming a mother. You give life. It’s everything. And you don’t change who you are inside just because you have a kid.”
On her goals at the gym: “I really like to feel strong, and I like to feel curvy. And when I say ‘curvy,’ I mean ‘muscular.’ In the gym, I add more weight rather than increasing my reps because I want to build muscle, so I can pick up my daughter. (source)
UPDATED MARCH 10TH 2018: Lauren Cuthbertson wears Erdem on the April 2018 Collector’s Edition cover of Harper’s Bazaar UK for The Royal Opera House photographed by Agata Pospieszynska with styling by Erdem Moralioglu. (source)
Richard Phibbs shot the cover. (source)
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Cameron Russell, Zoë Kravitz, David Hallberg and St. Vincent are Tiffany & Co.‘s Fall Winter 2017 ad campaign faces. The campaign images are photographed by Inez Van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin. (source)