Tag Archives: Rafael Stahelin

Antonina Petkovic for The Edit Magazine June 16th 2016

The cover is shot by Rafael Stahelin with styling by Aurelia Donaldson. (source)

Vivien Solari for The Edit Magazine March 31st 2016

The cover is shot by Rafael Stahelin with styling by Morgan Pilcher. (source)

Lily Donaldson for The Edit Magazine June 04th 2015

British model Lily Donaldson is this week’s cover girl of The Edit Magazine, photographed and styled by Rafael Stahelin and Morgan Pilcher. (source)

Jacquelyn Jablonski for The Edit Magazine April 02nd 2015

Jacquelyn Jablonski is wearing Delpozo on the latest cover of The Edit Magazine photographed by Rafael Stahelin, styling by Morgan Pilcher. (source)

Olivia Palermo for The Edit Magazine October 09th 2014

She is wearing head to toe Valentino Fall Winter 2014 look on the latest cover of The Edit Magazine, shot and styled by Rafael Stahelin and Natalie Brewster. (source)

Sam Rollinson for Vogue Korea October 2014

Rafael Stahelin did the cover shot. (source)

Click here to view last year cover featuring Karen Elson, here to view 2012 cover featuring Anja Rubik, here to view 2011 cover featuring Karen Elson, here for 2010 cover with Magdalena Frackowiak, and here for 2010 cover with Coco Rocha.

Carmen Kass for The Edit Magazine May 15th 2014

The Estonian top catwalker is styled by Maya Zepinic and photographed by Rafael Stahelin for the cover. (source)

Vanessa Paradis for The Edit Magazine April 03rd 2014

Rafael Stahelin photographed the cover and Natalie Brewster did the styling. (source)

Hilary Rhoda for The Edit Magazine March 06th 2014

Rafael Stahelin shot the cover with the styling works by Maya Zepinic. (source)

Featured Article: Vogue Korea 2013 Covers Recap

This year, Vogue Korea presented their covers in darker, more gloomy, yet soft and plain backdrops with mostly in grey tones (past years were mostly soft blue-ish). Their covers have the potential to be amazing line up (great casting, unique poses), but somehow they always went to their signature cold and pale color tones. We wish they brighen it up a bit with bold colored mastheads or headlines or styling.

They also have the tendency to have a repeating cover girl who snagged two slots in a year. Back in 2010 it was Sasha Pivovarova, while 2011 was Karen Elson, and 2012 was Arizona Muse. This year, the honor goes to Korean rising models Sung Hee Kim, Ji Hye Park and Soo Joo Park.

Sung Hee Kim, the former campaign girl of Miu Miu, landed the January and August issue, while Ji Hye Park (the Holiday campaign girl of Michael Kors) also featured on the January and August issue respectively. The edgy blonde Soo Joo Park (she’s the current face of Tom Ford, Chanel and Benetton) was the solo cover girl of the magazine’s June edition, and also featured on the anniversary issue together with G-Dragon.

There are two actresses (amongst mostly models) who graced the front pages of Vogue Korea this year. French actress Léa Seydoux who was brilliant in Blue Is The Warmest Color (the movie won Palme d’Or at Cannes 2013) graced the magazine’s May issue, shot by Tae Woo. The other actress was Jeon Ji Hyun or Gianna Jun on the September cover, who played in one of the highest grossing Korean comedies of all time, The Girl.

The top well known faces who graced the cover of Vogue Korea this year were Malgosia Bela, Joan Smalls, Daria Strokous, Doutzen Kroes, Kati Nescher, Saskia De Brauw, Lindsey Wixson, Miranda Kerr, Karen Elson, Aymeline Valade, and Arizona Muse. Which one is your favourite cover model?

You can read our 2012, 2011, and 2010 recaps by clicking the respective links.

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