Anna Wintour’s first cover of Vogue gets remade with Gigi Hadid

For those of you that have watched the September Issue, you may remember a scene when Anna Wintour was describing her first ever cover as editor of American Vogue from 1988. She had put Israeli model Michaela Bercu on the cover wearing jeans. The casual ensemble and style of photography raised eyebrows at the top at Conde Nast and Anna…
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American Vogue puts three models on their September issue cover

Seems American Vogue didn’t want to put just one model on their 866-page 2014 September issue, they went for a trio of model talent, or “The Instagirls” as the headline reads. Joan Smalls, Cara Delevingne and Karlie Kloss stand arm in arm on the cover this month, all smiles and wind machined hair. And of course we’re calling these three…
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Charlize Theron covers American Vogue in Dior

So we know everyone is talking about Cameron Diaz’s Body Book at the moment but when it comes to mega stars and super bodies, the only book we’re going to be buying is the one that Charlize Theron eventually writes. Or at least we’re hoping she writes one as this woman has THE best body in Hollywood and American Vogue…
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Kate Winslet covers Vogue November 2013

Who’s king of the world now, Leo? Two words: Kate Winslet! The actress covers American Vogue for November 2013 looking as if she hasn’t aged a day since her Titanic days. Honestly, the skin, the hair, those sparking baby blues… have you ever seen Kate Winslet look so good? Mario Testino seems to have captured Ms. Winslet drinking from a…
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Jennifer Lawrence covers Vogue’s September issue 2013

The September issue of American Vogue is here and it’s a doozy. It’s 902 pages and features one of the hottest actresses in Hollywood today on the cover – Jennifer Lawrence. While we are not huge fans of the cover image shot by Mario Testino, we can’t say enough fabulous things about the accompanying images within the magazine.  In the…
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