Vogue US March 2012 Cover | Adele by Mert & Marcus

Joanna Elizabeth


Published February 12, 2012

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)

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7 thoughts on “Vogue US March 2012 Cover | Adele by Mert & Marcus”

  1. I assume the message here is, “take that, Karl.”  And I agree with it (but I often do agree with what Karl says with his clothes).

  2. I found it extremely against the moral standards of Adele — 
    “I don’t want to be some skinny mini with my tits out. I really don’t want to do it and I don’t want people confusing what it is that I’m about.”

  3. Whatever, her boobs look good, she looks good.  Photoshop is expected on Vogue covers, not surprised to see it here.

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