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Here it is, folks: John Galliano as British Vogue‘s special guest editor, styling his model friend Kate Moss for the glossy’s December 2013 issue and Moss’ 34th turn as a cover star.
Ex-wifey Rita Ora might have the DKNY campaign, but Cara Delevingne’s scored something a bajillion times more envy-inducing: An intimate, cheeseburger-fuelled moment with Pharrell Williams.
We’ve never really paid much attention to Kate Moss’ misaligned eyes (probably because she and her photog friends do a great job at hiding that particular quirk). Well, the eyes are on full display on her latest Vogue UK cover.
Survey says: maybe! We got our hands on what might just be a leaked cover for the Brit mag’s May issue. Take a peek…
We have always loved the ever-fashionable Victoria Beckham. We wanted to be her back when she was Posh Spice (who are we kidding, we still want to be her!) and now we adore her style. But it turns out things weren’t always so perfect for Beckham!
Having been on set once upon a time with a model in possession of an ample C-cup (who, as it happens, also turned out to have been pregnant), we can testify to the difficulty of squeezing breasts into designer sample sizes . Generally speaking, they’re simply incompatible. So we see where Kate Upton is coming from in the January issue of Vogue UK, when she says that being curvy in her industry is not exactly an easy task.
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.
Karlie Kloss may have snagged the coveted September cover of British Vogue, but Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss, Karen Elson, and more star in an Olympic-themed photoshoot inside the issue, which is actually part of the Closing Ceremony.
Is she on a boat?
Charlize Theron bored us on the February cover of W, but she more than makes up for it in May’s British Vogue.
Florence Welch has snagged yet another Vogue cover in which she does not look like herself.
Have you been anxiously awaiting Versace‘s collection for H&M? It’s been a few months since we’ve seen pictures of the designs, but now we have a whole new crop of images thanks to Vogue Russia.
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.
Whoa, did Vogue UK totally just cross Anna Wintour and the American Voguettes? Judging by its August cover, the answer could be yes.
We can’t wait to see the day when unretouched photos are about as exciting as day old bread, but in the meantime, Vogue UK has published a set of black and white images featuring models like Raquel Zimmermann, Natalia Vodianova, and Kirsty Hume wearing nary a stitch of makeup and shot completely au naturel.
It’s only fitting that the May issue of Vogue UK is totally and completely royal wedding-obsessed. Not only is there a feature on Kate Middleton (who they call Catherine), a piece on fashion brides, and guide to being a perfect wedding guest, the magazine also went all out when it came to the cover.
We write about magazine covers a lot. We speculate, we question, we mock, we praise. And every month we have a new batch of glossies to analyze! We’re not the only ones with a cover fetish, though. An industrious poster over at Fashin has put together an artful look at the past year in mags.
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.