First Fashion – First Lady Michelle Obama graces the April issue of Vogue US photographed by Annie Leibovitz. This is Michelle’s second cover of American Vogue; she previously appeared on the March cover in 2009. Inside the magazine, the First Lady opens up about her role as a parent, wife of President Barack Obama and more.
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The Mysterious Rooney – Actress Rooney Mara covers the February issue of Vogue US, looking striking in a red dress. Inside the magazine, Rooney poses for David Sims with styling by Tonne Goodman featuring the designs of Alexander Wang, Calvin Klein Collection and Helmut Lang. The February issue of Vogue hits stores on January 22nd.
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Karlie’s New ‘Do – Karlie Kloss took the short hair plunge for a feature in Vogue US’s January issue, spotlighting the haircut of the moment. Photographer Patrick Demarchelier captured her journey from long brown tresses to a sheared, rebellious coif.
After appearing backstage at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show with a short hairdo back in November, many wondered why Karlie took the “big chop”, and who wouldn’t cut their hair for Vogue? Hair guru, Garren, who was responsible for the iconic hairstyles of Linda Evangelista, Christy Turlington and Amber Valletta amongst others gave the American beauty a short ‘do with a rock and roll inspired edge. “I love it,” Karlie told the magazine. “[A shorter haircut] actually takes the focus off your hair and puts the focus on you. I’m starting to realize that it’s all about confidence.”
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Leader of the Pack – Musician and designer Gwen Stefani graces the January issue of Vogue US wearing a look from Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane’s spring 2013 collection. Annie Leibovitz photographs the blonde with styling by fashion editor Tonne Goodman. Inside the magazine, Gwen opens up about how she stays on top of the music game at 43-years-old. The January issue of Vogue hits newsstands on December 25th.
Vogue – Gwen Stefani: Leader of the Pack
December Drama – Actress Anne Hathaway gets into the holiday spirit wearing an emerald dress on the cover of Vogue US’ December issue. Photographed by Annie Leibovitz with styling by Tonne Goodman, Anne shows off her new sheared coif, cut for her role in the upcoming “Les Misérables” film adaptation.
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The X Factor – The November issue of Vogue US spotlights the ten CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund finalists in candid style portraits photographed by Peter Lindbergh (2b Management). Model Raquel Zimmermann poses alongside designers Greg Chait of The Elder Statesman, Tabitha Simmons, Jennifer Fisher, Jennifer Meyer, Sofia Sizzi of Giulietta, Greg Armas Assembly New York, Erin Beatty and Max Osterweis of Suno, Justin Salguero and Daniel Silberman of Illesteva, Andrea Lieberman of A.L.C. and Wes Gordon while wearing their creations styled by Tonne Goodman. / Hair by Leonard Manetti, Makeup by Stephane Marais
The Unstoppable – Covering the November issue of Vogue US, pop songstress Rihanna poses in a wheat field wearing a short and red Valentino dress. Lensed by Annie Leibovitz, the Barbadian beauty wears standout looks styled by fashion editor Camilla Nickerson in wild, picturesque settings.
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Lost Highway – Peter Lindbergh (2b Management) captures a road trip starring model Kati Nescher and actor Garrett Hedlund for the October issue of Vogue US. The pair spends a long weekend visiting the countryside in retro style selects chosen by fashion editor Tonne Goodman and menswear editor Michael Philouze. The designs of Bottega Veneta, Buberry Brit and Suno amongst others blend in with the rustic backdrop seamlessly. / Hair by Orlando Pita, Makeup Romy Soleimani
Poise and Passion – British actress and star of the film “Anna Karenina”, Keira Knightley, graces the October issue of Vogue US. Wearing pieces from the fall haute couture collections (including Chanel on the cover), Keira poses for Mario Testino’s lens with styling by fashion editor Grace Coddington.
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Dream Girl – Following up her March cover last year, pop songstress Lady Gaga fronts the September issue of Vogue US. Captured by Mert & Marcus with styling by Grace Coddington, Gaga wears a show-stopping dress by American designer Marc Jacobs. Check out a preview of the cover shoot under the cut.