December 2010 magazine covers + editorials
Check out RTT’s monthly round-up of all major magazine covers plus editorial highlights.
Gisele Bündchen by Steven Meisel. Photographed in black and white, the Brazilian supermodel showcases the newest Spring/Summer 2011 looks from Givenchy, Chanel and Armani. The issue also features a stellar cast with editorials featuring British supermodel Kate Moss shot by Nick Knight and Canadian actress Rachel McAdams shot by Tom Munro.
Fifteen year-old Daphne Groeneveld shares the cover with comeback designer and guest editor Tom Ford shot by Mert & Marcus. Attatched to the issue is the 2011 calendar featuring Daria Werbowy shot in a very sensual mood. Other editorial highlights include Iris Strubreeggger making her return to the pages, looking very ‘evangelista,’ a plastic surgery editorial starring new French Vogue favourite Crystal Renn and “PussyWest” a county-inspired shoot by Terry Richardson starring Abbey Lee, Eniko Mihalik and Crystal Renn. The issue features many looks from Tom Ford’s comeback collection.
Angelina Jolie in Tom Ford shot by Mario Testino in “The Other Angelina.” The issue also gives a first look at Tom Ford’s comeback collection. Other notable editorials include ‘Asia Major’ featuring the likes of Du Juan, Liu Wen and Tao Okamoto and ‘Ka-Pow!’ an editorial inspired by the Spiderman musical shot by Annie Leibovitz.
British darling and Harry Potter star, Emma Watson in Valentino couture photographed by Mario Testino. Sporting much shorter locks, the British actress opens up about her new look and the end of the Harry Potter movie franchise.
Edita Vilkeviciute, scores her second German Vogue cover, and looking striking in red, photographed by Alexi Lubomirski. The issue features editorials from German supermodel Julia Stegner as well as covergirl Edita in “Soft Rocks.”
Penelope Cruz by Peter Lindbergh, in an issue solely devoted to Spain. The main editorial spans 50+ pages and features the likes of Penelope Cruz, Paz Vega, Jon Kortajena, Antonio Banderas and many more Spanish stars.
Jessica Stam by Greg Kadel. The technicolour editorial and cover feature the Canadian supermodel looking like a Russian secret agent in looks from Versace, Stella McCartney and Valentino. The issue also features fashion spreads from Dree Hemingway and up-and-comer Ashley Smith.
Lara Stone looks like something out of a fairy tale in a Christian Dior couture gown, shot by Willy Vanderperre. Wearing the latest from Dior, Louis Vutton and Valentino, Lara looks soft and beautiful in the issue’s main editorial. Du Juan nabs two editorials including a beauty editorial. The issue also includes two illustrated editorials. The first illustrated by Mats Gustafson depicting the floral influences over the latest Christian Dior haute couture collection, and the second featuring Queen Maleficent herself in ‘Bewitching Belle,’ drawn by Michael Roberts.
Sasha Pivovarova looking settler-chic shot by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. This month’s magazine also features a beauty supplement by Vogue Nippon favourite Alessandra Ambrosio and also ‘Modern Mixing’ an editorial shot by Matt Irwin featuring Belgian model Hanne Gaby Odiele.
Sasha Pivovarova in a festive reprint cover shot by Patrick Demarchelier.
Actress Yung-yung Chang nabs the last cover of the year.
Maryna Linchuk by Ellen von Unwerth. The editorial is very grecian-inspired, with looks from Roberto Cavalli and Chanel
Wearing Louis Vuitton, Georgia May Jagger fronts Australian Vogue this month shot by photographer Kai Z. Feng.
Victoria’s Secret Angel, Alessandra Ambrosio shot by Stewart Shining. The cover is a nice departure from what we usually see on December covers.
Brazilian supermodel Raquel Zimmerman by Henrique Gendre.
Ana Beatriz Barros in a reprint cover (from Vogue Nippon) by Sølve Sundsbø.
Madysin Ritland by Mara Desypris. The American model is also featured in a 15-page spread featuring dramatic gowns and a seasonal flare.
Monika Jagaciak shot by Greg Kadel.
Karolina Kurkova shot by Alex Cayley. Wearing pieces from Louis Vutton to Givenchy the veteran model proves she has a stellar editorial presence as well.
Dafne Cejas gets the cover of the fourth issue in a reprint from Greg Kadel for Numero France.
Patrick Demarchelier photographed Katherine Heigl and daughter Naleigh for The Family Issue, which dedicates its pages to families with editorials such as the ‘Family Values’ editorial featuring the likes of Madonna, a pregnant Miranda Kerr, Jenna Jameson and many more all posing with their loved ones. Fashion Editorials include a spectacular snowy editorial with newcomers Arizona Muse, Anais Pouliot, Lindsey Wixson and Britt Maren shot by Paolo Roversi.
Dazed & Confused
French electronic music duo Daft Punk are photographed by Sharif Hamza in an eclectic 3D editorial. The issue comes equip with a pair of 3d glasses as the musical duo unveil their new soundtrack which is being released exclusively for the upcoming blockbuster TRON: Legacy. The issue also features “Cut & Paste” a fashion editorial which blends two juxtaposing images together in a unique and very postmodern way.
[images: thefashionspot.com scans, models.com, fashiongonerogue, glamcheck.com, vogue sites, style.com, wmagazine.com]