Natalia Vodianova Enchants on Vogue US November 2014 Cover

Joanna Elizabeth


Published October 18, 2014


Natalia for Vogue–Landing the November 2014 cover from Vogue US, Natalia Vodianova looks simply radiant in a pailette covered gown in an image captured by Annie Leibovitz. The Russian model has officially made her return to fashion after giving birth to her son Maxim earlier this year. First, she covered Vanity Fair and then Vogue Paris. What a great year for model fans, after the magazine’s September issue featured top girls like Karlie Kloss, Joan Smalls and Cara Delevingne.
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2 thoughts on “Natalia Vodianova Enchants on Vogue US November 2014 Cover”

  1. This is the way vogue ought to be. I’m so sick of seeing celebrities on the cover, so it’s nice to see them using models again. That said, they really couldn’t have chosen a more awkward photo, what with her right arm and facial expression, which is odd because Natalia rarely takes a bad photo.


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