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Kate Moss, who has 33 British Vogue covers to her name, is joining the magazine as a contributing fashion editor. Her first story will be featured in the forthcoming spring issue, with her choice of models and photographers.
Advocates for models’ labor rights can put another feather in their Saint Laurent cap today, as British Vogue has just announced that they’ve signed a 10-point code of conduct with UK trade union Equity to govern their treatment of models. But how effective will it be? And is there any hope of industry leaders and magazine editors in the USA following suit?
Not content to rest on her laurels as a British Vogue cover girl, face of Burberry, aspiring musician, and possible future umbrella maker, Cara Delevingne has set herself some very lofty goals for her next career move.
British Vogue editor-in-chief Alexandra Shulman says that her job isn’t that exciting or dramatic. Do you believe her?
The fashion inspiration of British Vogue will soon be made available to a new, and younger, audience. Editor Alexandra Shulman announces plans for Miss Vogue, slated for publication in June of 2013.
For those who are still skeptical about Kate Upton‘s foray into high-fashion, get this: she just snagged another Vogue cover, this time for British Vogue. This marks her second cover and third appearance in the mag, for those who are counting.
Charlize Theron bored us on the February cover of W, but she more than makes up for it in May’s British Vogue.
We love Adele (and if you don’t, we can’t be friends, because 21 changed our lives), but there’s no getting around the fact that the British singer is not a thin lady. This is something she is comfortable with — and we are too. But the people at Vogue UK, which Adele will cover next month, aren’t. We know this because the October cover is basically one big picture of her pretty face that crops her curves from view.
You know that old, insensitive stereotype that all Chinese people look exactly alike? It’s bogus, but apparently the people at British Vogue think it’s true. In a recent story about the rise of Asian models, the photo editors captioned a photo of Chinese model Liu Wen with another Chinese model named Du Juan.
We really want to be friends with Emma Watson. Besides being stunningly beautiful, incredibly stylish and notably talented, she’s also a super smart Ivy Leaguer who seems totally down-to-earth. Plus, she’s on the cover of December’s British Vogue, sporting her pixie ‘do as photographed by Mario Testino.
Fresh off her racy Vogue Paris spread, Lara Stone appears a bit more demure in November’s British Vogue. We came across some of the photos from the shoot on the Fashion Spot, and transcribed some of our favorite quotes from Stone’s interview.
Great Scot! Yet another August cover for the appliquéd Miu Miu dress. The brand’s press office must have been hustling hard this summer.
The yellow Miu Miu dress you’re looking at is an exquisite creation. But how could it end up on three different high-fashion magazine covers?
In case you slept through your glossy alarm clock, the May issue of British Vogue is set to hit stands any day now. You know, the one with Gwyneth Paltrow on the cover dishing about freckles, fren-emies and probably some new cleansing kick that’s got her looking more gorgeous than previously thought possible. Alas, despite my personal “life crush” on G.P., there’s only so much GOOP a girl can take before she starts to feel bad about all those peanut butter eggs and jelly beans she ate this weekend. Fortunately, a quick flip through the fold reveals our other favorite long-legged export Karlie Kloss looking all sorts of spiced up and patriotic.