The covers are shot by Camila Falquez. (source)
The covers are shot by Camila Falquez. (source)
The cover is shot by Adrienne Raquel. (source)
The cover is shot by Thomas Whiteside. (source)
The cover is shot by Greg Swales. (source)
i-D celebrates the extraordinary Black voices, and also commencing their first chapter of the publication’s 40th anniversary issue (1980-2020) with multiple covers featuring Athian Akec, IDK, Indya Moore, Indira Scott, Baltimore’s next generation of activists, Tamika Mallory, Chika, Sage Elsesser, Kai-Isaiah Jamal, Jon Gray, Ravyn Wngz, Ian Isiah, Lous and the Yakuza, Keedron Bryant, and Paapa Essiedu photographed by Rafael Pavarotti, @name___date___, Tyler Mitchell, Dierdre Lewis, Devin Allen, Steven Taylor, Philip-Daniel Ducasse, Lacey Lennon, Othello Grey, Quil Lemons, Joshua Woods, and Nuvany David. (source)
Mark Borthwick photographs 100 personalities for Vogue Italia’s September 2020 covers!
Piergiorgio Del Moro and Samuel Ellis Scheinman were the casting directors for the issue where they cast various top names from the modelling industry and actors such as Bethann Hardison, Indya Moore, Denali White Elk, Giannie Couji, Ugbad Abdi, Xiao Wen Ju, Kaia Gerber, Cameron Russell, Irina Shayk, Ajani, Precious Lee, Emily Miller, Anisa Dagher, Talia Ryder, Chippewajane, Cindy Crawford, Alek Wek, Donna Jordan, Ash Foo, Lexi Boling, Raquel Zimmermann, Varsha Thapa, Binx Walton, Beatrice Galilee, Adesuwa Aighewi, Vineeta Kumari Seshasai, Kai Avent deLeon, Benzo, Abby Champion, Ariel Nicholson, Dominique Duroseau, Pat Cleveland, Tschabalala Self, Soo Joo Park, Akon Adichol, Munaiya B, Julia Nobis, Meghan Collison, Gray Sorrenti, and Bella Hadid to name a few. They also featured people with interesting stories, talented people in the most diverse fields, icons of the past, and people who have nothing to do with fashion, of all ages for the front-page images.
“At times like these human beings can do one of two things: shut up or shout. Last April, when we decided to leave our cover white, we were convinced that silence was the right message of respect and reserve” says Vogue Italia’s Editor-in-Chief Emanuele Farneti. “Now, instead, with the onset of a new season that will in many ways be crucial, we think this is the moment to raise our voices and talk about hope and beauty. For the first time, we have shot and printed 100 covers. Each of them is dedicated to an individual protagonist. It is the portrait of a community that, having waited diligently, now finds itself making a fresh start”.
The creative director Ferdinando Verderi, who conceived the project, explains the process: “Almost a performance lasting days, with its succession of photo shoots and its artistic essentiality. The idea is very simple: more is more.” tells Verderi. “A challenge to the canons of quantity with which fashion has always measured itself. A celebration of diversity and uniqueness, a desire for rebirth that, once printed, becomes a collective experience. We shot the 100 cover stars individually in a simple studio in NY with Mark Borthwick, the historic Vogue Italia figure who returns after decades. We then asked each of them to tell us the story of their life in a minute. A project that aims to become a document of our times”. (source)
Click the link to view last year covers with Adut Akech and Vilma Sjoberg, here to view 2018 cover featuring Vittoria Ceretti, Saskia de Brauw and Guinevere Van Seenus, here to view 2017 covers featuring Vittoria Ceretti, Lily Aldridge, Federico Spinas, Mariacarla Boscono, Othilia Simon, and Saskia De Brauw, here to view 2016 covers featuring Lulu, Kiki Willems, Frederikke Sofie and Bella Hadid, here to view 2015 cover featuring Lexi Boling, here to view 2014 cover featuring multiple models, here to view 2013 cover featuring Doutzen Kroes, here to view 2012 cover featuring Carolyn Murphy, here to view 2011 cover featuring Stella Tennant, here for 2010 cover with Miranda Kerr, and here for 2009 cover with Sasha Pivovarova, Ash Stymest, Jamie Bochert, Christian Brylle, Max Rogers, Anna Jagodzinska and Will Lewis.
Indya Moore stars on the June cover of ELLE US and discusses her road to fame which has been fundamentally different than your average Hollywood starlet’s. As ELLE’s first trans cover star, Indya opens up about sex trafficking, hormone therapy, and her path to FX’s Pose.
On her family’s reaction when she started displaying feminine behaviors as a child: “Because I was assigned male at birth, they expected me to be masculine or to perform the way they thought young boys should perform. And I did not. They didn’t understand. They had never experienced what it was like to have a family member who was genderqueer.”
On being sex trafficked as a teenager to obtain hormone replacement therapy: “I didn’t understand what sex trafficking was at the time. The language I knew was that they were, basically, my pimps. I was just a kid.”
On getting her role on Pose: “I just knew my life was going to change. I knew I had a chance to teach the world something that would help more people to be safe.” Images courtesy of ELLE. (source)
Click here to view last year cover featuring Kendall Jenner, here to view 2017 cover featuring Lorde, here to view 2016 cover featuring Bella Hadid, here to view 2015 cover featuring Taylor Swift, here to view 2014 cover featuring Angelina Jolie, here to view 2013 cover featuring Kerry Washington, here to view 2012 covers featuring Kristen Stewart, here for 2011 cover with Rachel McAdams, here for 2010 cover with Kristen Stewart, and here for 2009 cover with Megan Fox.
Teen Vogue selects seven young and rising Hollywood stars to grace their latest issue photographed by Nacho Alegre. The cover stars are Jharrel Jerome, Daniel MacDonald, Yalitza Aparicio, Joey King, Florence Pugh, Jaboukie Young White, and Indya Moore. (source)