Let the Germans take charge. This is Toni Garrn’s second Vogue cover (her first—German Vogue earlier this year) and Katrin’s first. You can see their editorial here. It is amazing, there is always an inspiration or a theme within the VI editorials which have so much depth just within that few pages. Plus Toni and Katrin simply worked their best expressions to convey the mood.
Vanessa Paradis photographed by none other than Mert & Marcus. This cover is really striking and I particularly love the overdose of red.
Reese Witherspoon in Nina Ricci. The cover story is about her being the muse of Olivier Theyskens.
BAZAAR US has the same theme of red, blue and white on their covers. It is an important month in the political world and they must be reflecting that on the covers, though not so much in the editorials.
Brit trio— Jourdan Dunn, Eden Clark and Rosie Huntington Whiteley.
I strongly feel that Jourdan deserves to have her own UK Vogue cover soon.
As for Eden Clark, she will be taking over from Rosie as the face of Burberry Spring ’09 alongside Lily Donaldson. Eden doesn’t really have an impressive runway record but her folks back home seemed to be supporting her really well.
Spanish Vogue’s covers are beginning to look more and more like US Vogue’s kind of outdoors-as-backdrop shot.
Agyness Deyn for the British rocks issue. Check out my review of it here.
Freja Beha Erichsen
The Chanel Fall ’08 couture on Iekeliene Stange is stunning..
Alana Zimmer on her first Vogue cover
Catherine McNeil. She was missing for the later part of the Spring ’09 shows but on the editorial trail, she seems to be already back on track…
Flávia de Oliveira has a killer catwalk, but this season she only appeared in 6 shows…
I have posted about her in that same pair of Yves Saint Laurent pants for four times.