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Four Covers of Glass Magazine Summer 2016


The cover models are Kasia Struss by Walter Chin; Ine Neefs by Aitken Jolly; Ondria Hardin by Arthur Elgort; and Sora Choi by KT Auleta. (source)





Featured Article: Vogue Turkey 2013 Covers Recap


2013 is yet another strong year for Vogue Turkey. We love most of their covers this year. From Poppy Delevingne‘s soft January issue by Alvaro Beamud Cortes, to Karmen Pedaru‘s eerily creepy big grin on December cover, shot by Cuneyt Akeroglu. Here’s hoping that 2014 will be yet another great year for them.

Some of our favourites from them are the February issue with Catherine McNeil, in Lanvin, photographed by Miguel Reveriego; Anja Rubik and her mile-long neck on the April issue; and Mariacarla Boscono‘s triumphant returns on magazine cover, shot by Cuneyt Akeroglu.

The magazine collaborated with photographers Sofia Sanchez and Mauro Mongiello, Sebastian Faena, KT Auleta, Cedric Buchet, and Serge Leblon for the remaining covers. They photographed top models and famous personalities such as Patricia Van Der Vliet, Milla Jovovich, Karlie Kloss, Bette Franke, Julia Restoin Roitfeld, Toni Garrn, and Lou Doillon for Vogue Turkey‘s March, May, June, July, August, September, and November issues respectively.

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Featured Article: Vogue Turkey 2012 Covers Recap


Vogue Turkey has been one of those international editions with outstanding covers line up since their first issue back in 2010. They started 2012 with runway regular Elsa Sylvan in a rich red fur coat, shot against neutral background by KT Auleta. The New York born photographer also photographed the current campaign face of Estée Lauder, Constance Jablonski for the magazine’s June issue. Fellow spokesmodel of the giant cosmetic brand, Joan Smalls also made appearance on the December cover, by Cuneyt Akeroglu.

The famed Turkish photographer also snapped two other 2012 editions from Vogue Turkey: the April issue with Lara Stone, and September with Natasha Poly. The magazine also made history by producing one artsy yet controversial cover for their November art issue, created by Tanner Ceylan. It’s very unusual for Vogue to produced something as intriguing yet amazing like that.

The rest of the cover stars this year are Karolina Kurkova for February (by Alexei Hay), Angelina Jolie for March (by Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott), Aline Weber for May (by David Vasiljevic), Carola Remer for July (by Laurence Passera), Miranda Kerr for August (by Sofia Sanchez & Mauro Mongiello), and Laetitia Casta for October (by Sean & Seng).

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Constance Jablonski for Vogue Turkey June 2012


KT Auleta photographed the current spokesmodel of Estée Lauder in a Burberry Prorsum Spring Summer 2012 dress for the June cover of Vogue Turkey.

The issue also come with a Vogue Men supplement.

Click here to view last year June cover featuring Anna Jagodzinska and here for June 2010 cover featuring Leigh Lezark.

Images via TFS and Style.com



Elsa Sylvan for Vogue Turkey January 2012


UPDATED DECEMBER 27th 2011: The cover was photographed by KT Auleta.

Swedish catwalker that will celebrate her 25th birthday on the 23rd of January next year, Elsa Sylvan, is gracing her very first Vogue Turkey cover slot, posing with a rich red coat and blonde wavy hair that matched perfectly with the white backdrop and blue masthead.

Click here to view last year cover featuring Aymeline Valade. You can also read our review of 2011 covers line up from Vogue Turkey, here.

Image via TFS.


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