Mother Monster Comes to Vogue – WWD reports that Lady Gaga will appear on the upcoming September issue of Vogue US. The cover coincides with the launch of her debut fragrance set to premier this fall. This marks the pop musician’s second cover for the fashion glossy after her appearance on the March 2011 issue.
Photo: Lady Gaga by Mario Testino for Vogue March 2011
Modern Times – Natalia Vodianova takes on minimal glamour alongside actor Michael Fassbender for the May issue of Vogue US. Captured by Craig McDean with styling by Grace Coddington, the pair look art deco chic in the designs of Proenza Schouler, Givenchy, Balenciaga and others. A dark lip and soft curls by makeup artist Stephane Marais and hair stylist Julien d’Ys complete the retro ensembles.
Hollywood Star – Actress and recent “Avengers” star Scarlett Johansson shows off a winning smile for the May cover of Vogue US. Scarlett brings to mind visions of old Hollywood glamour for the accompanying cover shoot lensed by Mario Testino with styling by Tonne Goodman. See a preview of the story under the cut, but for more visit Vogue.com
Vogue Siren – Adele covers the March edition of Vogue US displaying her signature tresses and a perfect cat eye. Photographed by Mert & Marcus, the English musician makes her first appearance on American Vogue after appearing on the British Version last year. (Daily Mail)
The Single Life – Country musician Taylor Swift appears on the February edition of Vogue US, marking her first cover for the publication. Captured by Mario Testino, Taylor wears the bohemian styling of fashion editor Tonne Goodman featuring the designs of Rodarte, Jil Sander and Rag & Bone amongst others.
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Temptation Island – Karlie Kloss joins British actor Eddie Redmayne for the December issue of Vogue US, lensed by Mario Testino. Wearing colorful resort prints from labels such as Etro, Nina Ricci, Givenchy and Stella McCartney selected by fashion editor Tonne Goodman, Karlie hits the beach with sun-kissed skin and tousled locks.
Call in the Cavalry – Arizona Muse gets caught up in a tumultuous 20th century romance with actor Jeremy Irvine for the November issue of Vogue US. Photographed by David Sims and styled by Grace Coddington, the pairing takes to a dramatic countryside setting in the designs of Alexander McQueen, Marc Jacobs, Miu Miu and others.
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Playing with Fire – The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo actress Rooney Mara makes a striking sight as the November cover girl of Vogue US. Photographed by Mert & Marcus with styling by Tonne Goodman, Rooney revels in gowns and dresses from the likes of Alexander Wang, Marchesa and Calvin Klein.
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A Winter’s Pale – Karen Elson joins actor John Hawkes for a fall fashion story photographed by Peter Lindbergh (2b Management) for the October edition of Vogue US. Through a shaded lens, Lindbergh captures the pair in the elegant wardrobe selects of fashion editor Grace Coddington. Featuring designs from the likes of Marc Jacobs, Miu Miu and Louis Vuitton, Karen and her beau look like movie stars in this cinematic series.
Up in the Air – The September issue of Vogue US enlists Alex Prager for a story featuring luxe accessories. Starring Anja Rubik styled by Elissa Santisi, the Polish stunner takes on a retro look with purses and shoes from the likes of Gucci, Alexander Wang and Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci.