September 2010 magazine covers
The Miranda Kerr high fashion cross-over invasion continues, this time a solo cover for the much coveted Vogue Italia September issue by Steven Meisel. Catching up on the 3D trend, Miranda and her puppy Frankie can be seen in three dimension format. (Remember the Dazed & Confused issue a year ago with Julia Hafstrom also in 3D? ).
Marion Cotillard by Mert & Marcus. And we wondered why Marion took such a long time to appear on the cover of Vogue Paris, seems like Carine has been saving her up for the most important issue of the year.
Nothing screams BRITISH VOGUE more than Kate Moss in a Burberry coat. Only Nick Knight is missing, this is shot by Patrick Demarchelier.
Editorial must-see — Jamie Bochert photographed by Hedi Slimane, what a perfect rock and roll pair up.
Newly minted Estee Lauder model Constance Jablonski scores her very first solo Vogue cover (if you don’t count her reprint covers for Vogue Greece and Vogue Portugal), photographed by Alexi Lubomirski
The fifth anniversary issue featuring five top Asian models on the cover — Liu Wen, Shu Pei (who just nab the Maybelline contract), Sun Fei Fei, Ming Xi and Tao Okamoto. Photographers Paolo Roversi and Peter Lindberg also contributed to the issue.
Bollywood actress Bipasha Basu, she’s really gorgeous.
Natasha Poly photographed by Karl Lagerfeld, who seems to have taken a liking in the supermodel these recent months. After opening the Chanel couture show in July, she starred in two of his editorials (Vogue Nippon and now Numéro)
The first issue of W under a new editorial direction of Stefano Tonchi (formerly of T) featured eight up and coming actresses — Kat Dennings, Jessica Chastain, Yaya DaCosta, Greta Gerwig, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Roberts, and Zoe Kravitz in a triple page fold out cover photographed by Inez & Vinoodh. The revamp also came with a new logo and a new tagline — “it’s not just women’s fashion, but the world of style and, more exactly, our five Ws: the who, the what, the where, the when and the why in the world of style”; and a new direction — “It’s more about fashion in the context of contemporary culture.”
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