The cover was photographed by Ralf Pullmanns.
Image via Models.com
As usual, Vogue Portugal used lots of reprints from other Vogue editions as their cover. But, this year they combined it with their own photoshoot. From twelve set of images, four of them are originally produced by the magazine for the cover.
They listed top Portuguese model Sara Sampaio as the cover girl, twice. The 21 year old was photographed by Luis Monteiro for February issue, and by Pedro Ferreira for the magazine’s 10th anniversary in November. Vogue Portugal editors also fell in love with Poland born Patrcjya Gardygajlo, because they also gave her two slots this year. She was snapped consecutively by Marcin Tyszka for September and October issue. Amongst those four original cover photoshoots, we love the October and November images. Hopefully they will producing less and less reprints in the coming years.
The rest of the cover girls this year, are Aymeline Valade/January, Caroline Trentini/March, Bianca Balti/April, Arizona Muse/May (she is the model with the most Vogue covers this year, with 6 slots under her belt!), Snejana Onopka/June, Magdalena Frackowiak/July, Doutzen Kroes/August, and Daria Strokous/December.
Patrycyja Gardygajlo landed her second Vogue Portugal cover in a row! This time she’s teaming up once again with photographer Marcin Tyszka.
Check out her latest New York Fashion Week Spring Summer 2013 show cards below. She is represented by Next Model Management.
UPDATED SEPTEMBER 02nd 2012: Added the subscriber cover via TFS, snapped by Matt Irwin with the styling works by Natalie Wansbrough-Jones.
Love the styling, not the plain white background.
Anyway, Gwen Stefani wears the Fall Winter 2012 collection from Peter Pilotto and McQ for the October cover, photographed by Matt Irwin.
Click here to view last year October cover featuring Agyness Deyn. Click the links to view last year covers featuring John Galliano, Helena Christensen, Coco Rocha, Naomi Campbell and Kate Hudson.Click here to view 2009 cover featuring Lily Allen.
Images via TFS.