Emily Scores 1st Vogue – Landing her first Vogue cover, Emily DiDonato covers the January 2014 edition of Vogue Turkey wearing a resort top from Christopher Kane. The American model channels the eighties in the beauty department, sporting a wild mass of curls on top of her head with understated makeup in neutral tones.
Anja Rings in the New Year – Marking her first Vogue cover of 2014, Polish model Anja Rubik graces the January issue of Vogue Korea. The blonde beauty, who can be seen in Apart’s Christmas campaign, poses for Alexi Lubomirski in a pair pinstriped pants and a bustier top for the cover image. See a preview of the cover story below.
Flower Girls – Inspired by Scandinavian folklore, the eighth issue of Scandinavia S/S/A/W features seven cover stars including Nadja Bender, Juliane Gruner, Fia Ljungström, Linn Arvidsson, Emma Oak, Kirstin Liljegren and Hedvig Palm as seven different flowers. With art direction by Jakob Hysen Hedberg, the girls pose for Hasse Nielsen in lovely beauty portraits. Makeup artist Anya de Tobon and hair stylist Mette Thorsgaard gave the models refreshing makeup and hair for the images. Also make sure to check out Frida Gustavssson’s spread for the issue.
Cate on Vogue – Landing her fifth cover for Vogue US, Australian actress Cate Blanchett looks ready for the new season in a printed top and jewelry from Celine’s spring-summer 2014 collection. The January issue of the fashion magazine was photographed by Craig McDean. FYI, Cate’s last American Vogue cover was in 2009.
Katy on Marie Claire – Pop star Katy Perry graces the January issue of Marie Claire US, wearing a jacket and skirt look from Versace’s spring-summer 2014 collection. Photographed by Regan Cameron, the dark-haired babe looks glam in fashionable looks. Katy opens up the magazine about being vunerable, saying, “I feel like my secret magic trick that separates me from a lot of my peers is the bravery to be vulnerable and truthful and honest. I think you become more relatable when you’re vulnerable. When you try to market yourself like some supernatural figurine who can’t be fucked with, I always resort back to Scripture: ‘Pride comes before a fall.” The new issue of Marie Claire hits newsstands on December 17th.
Early Spring – Landing her third Vogue China cover, Natasha Poly stuns in an emerald-green look for the magazine’s January issue. Patrick Demarchelier captured the Russian beauty in a studio snap with a large gold cuff. This marks Natasha’s first major cover since giving birth to her first child earlier this year.
Elle Girl – Landing yet another cover, Miranda Kerr graces the January issue of Elle China for the magazine’s subscribers and newsstands addition. On the first cover (featured above), Miranda wears a sparkling and feathered look while the cover below features a black capelet and pleated collar. See more of the Australian beauty in Mango’s current winter 2013 advertisements shot by Inez & Vinoodh.
Two Times a Charm – British model Cara Delevingne lands her second Vogue UK cover for the magazine’s January 2014 edition. On the cover Cara wears a black tuxedo jacket, animal print shirt and leather pants designed for Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane. The new issue of Vogue hits stores on December 9th in the UK.
Zoe on Flare – “Star Trek” star Zoe Saldana covers the January issue of Flare Magazine, from Canada. The actress wears a Jean Paul Gaultier trench on the cover photographed by James White. “Women aren’t wimpy. They don’t complain all the time. They can open up jars! They can fucking save the day! They can support their whole family. They can support their men. Half of my friends make more money than their male partners.,” Zoe tells the magazine.
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Joan on ELLE – Top model Joan Smalls covers the January issue of ELLE US. shining in a look from Givenchy’s spring-summer 2014 collection. Despite being one of the leading faces in fashion and a spokesperson for Estee Lauder, Joan admits that some in the industry don’t embrace diversity when it comes to models. “People hide behind the word aesthetic. They say, ‘Well, it’s just that designer’s aesthetic.’ But when you see 18 seasons in a row and not one single model outside a certain skin color…? There are people in the industry who are advocates, who support diversity. And there are people who do not. I don’t get it. Beauty is universal. These doors have to open,” the model tells ELLE.
Michael Thompson photographed Joan for the new issue which hits newsstands on December 17th. Read more quotes on ELLE.com