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Kamala Harris for Vogue US February 2021


UPDATED JANUARY 11TH 2021: Added better quality cover and digital cover shot by Tyler Mitchell with styling by Gabriella Karefa-Johnson. (source)

The first look of Kamala Harris‘ first Vogue US cover is here! (source)


Rosalía for Vogue US January 2021


Singer Rosalia Vila Tobella or mononymously known as Rosalía is the fourth and final cover star of Vogue US January 2021 issue! The image is photographed by Annie Leibovitz with styling direction by Carlos Nazario. Click the links to view the other cover stars: Frances McDormand, Naomi Osaka, and Paloma Elsesser. (source)


Paloma Elsesser for Vogue US January 2021


The third cover star of Vogue US January issue is model, Paloma Elsesser shot by Annie Leibovitz with styling by Gabriella Karefa-Johnson, making her the first black woman to ever styled a Vogue US cover. (source)


Naomi Osaka for Vogue US January 2021


The second cover of the magazine’s January issue is featuring tennis star Naomi Osaka shot by Annie Leibovitz. See the first released cover with Oscar winner Frances McDormand here. (source)


Frances McDormand for Vogue US January 2021


The Academy Award-winning actor is photographed by Annie Leibovitz for the cover. (source)


Harry Styles for Vogue US December 2020


Harry Styles wears Gucci on the December 2020 cover of Vogue US, making him the first-ever solo male cover star in the magazine’s 127-year history! The image is photographed by Tyler Mitchell with styling by Camilla Nickerson. (source)


Naomi Campbell for Vogue US November 2020


The cover is shot by Ethan James Green. (source)


Lizzo for Vogue US October 2020


The cover is shot by Hype Williams. (source)


Two Covers of Vogue US September 2020


For Vogue US September 2020 issue, Kerry James Marshall and Jordan Casteel were given complete freedom to decide who would be on their covers, a real or imaginary person, and how that person would be portrayed.

For her Vogue cover, Casteel chose a real person as her subject, fashion designer Aurora James, who made headlines in June with her @15percentpledge, a campaign to support Black-owned businesses. “I believe that what Aurora is doing is hugely important in creating the long-term change that Black people deserve and this country owes us,” Casteel says. “I see her as a light in a lot of darkness, and a potential for hope, a representative of change across all creative industries. What’s most exciting to me is being given artistic integrity and being able to choose the person to be my sitter—someone who reflects a portion of my own identity—and then to do that truly in the medium of my choice. This is the way that I speak to the world. And this is the way I’ve been speaking to the world and talking about the humanity of our people, talking about humanity in general. It’s a really profound experience. I do think I’m participating and a change is happening.”

Marshall created a fictional character, as he typically does in his paintings. “I’m trying to build into her expression that she’s not dependent on the gaze of the spectator,” he says. “‘I’m here and you can see me, but I’m not here for you.’ That’s a critical element. The great word, ultimately, is going to be self-possessed. That’s what I’m aiming for.”

The Black figures Marshall paints have skin so dark that it is, as he says, “at the edge of visibility.” To achieve this, Marshall begins with three different shades—carbon black, iron oxide black, also called mars black, and ivory black, also called bone black, and then adds cobalt blue, chrome green, carbazole dioxazine violet, yellow ochre, and raw sienna. “The color comes up when you stack them on top of each other,” he says. “If you’re going to be painting a face as black as I’m painting them, they can’t just be a cipher, like a black hole. They have to be mysterious but available. If you say ‘Black is beautiful,’ you have to show it. And what I’m doing is showing it at the extreme. Yes, it is black—very black—and it is very beautiful.” (source)

Click here to view last year cover featuring Taylor Swift, here to view 2018 cover featuring Beyoncé, here to view 2017 cover featuring Jennifer Lawrence, here to view 2016 cover featuring Kendall Jenner, here to view 2015 cover featuring Beyoncé, here to view 2014 cover featuring Joan Smalls, Cara Delevingne and Karlie Kloss, here to view 2013 cover featuring Jennifer Lawrence, here to view 2012 cover featuring Lady Gaga, here to view 2011 cover featuring Kate Moss, here for 2010 cover with Halle Berry, and here for 2009 cover with Charlize Theron.


Simone Biles for Vogue US August 2020


The covers are photographed by Annie Leibovitz with styling direction by Phyllis Posnick. (source)


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