Beyoncé covers the September 2018 issue of the American Vogue magazine. Photographed by Tyler Mitchell. The cover is styled by Tonne Goodman with hair and makeup by Neal Farinah and Sir John. Beyoncé poses in different designs from Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Valentino, Dior and many more. Inside the issue she speaks in Her Own Words: Her life, her body and her heritage.
Topics covered include the challenges she faced when giving birth to her twins Rumi and Sir, her struggle with body acceptance, her family history, her decision to tap Mitchell to photograph the cover, her Coachella performance, she and Jay-Z’s On the Run II tour, and more.
Models Natasha Poly, Mica Arganaraz, Alec Pollentier, Alyssa Traoré, Cosima Lagae, Daan Duez, Fran Summers, Hannah Motler, Jolie Alien, Luca Lemaire, Nimue Smit, Zwaan Bijl pose for Vogue Italia March 2018 issue. Titled ‘The Nine daughters’, the editorial is captured by Willy Vanderperre with styling by Olivier Rizzo. Hair by Holli Smith and make-up by Francelle.
Model Kendall Jenner looks absolutely stunning on the new cover of Vogue US April 2018 issue, wearing a Chanel dress while holding a cockatoo with her finger. Photographed by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, Kendall poses in frothy, frilly, flowery looks from Dolce&Gabbana, Alexander McQueen, Maison Margiela, to name a few. With styling by Tonne Good.
After a few years of nonstop work, Kendall has pulled back a bit from the grind of being at the top of the modeling world. Read her full, candid interview here.
The British Vogue has unveiled portraits of Princess Kate, for the magazine’s centenary issue, and several of the photos will be displayed in the National Portrait Gallery starting this weekend.
Photographed by Josh Olins in Norfolk’s English countryside, the images feature Kate in “casual clothes rather than adopting a more formal approach,” the magazine said in a statement. Two of Olins’ portraits will be on display at the gallery, in the Vogue 100: A Century of Style exhibit, beginning Sunday. Kate, 34, has been the patron of the gallery since 2012, soon after her wedding to Prince William.
“Josh has captured the Duchess exactly as she is – full of life, with a great sense of humor, thoughtful and intelligent, and in fact, very beautiful,” Nicholas Cullinan, director of the National Portrait Gallery, said in a press release.
Kendall Jenner lands her first American Vogue cover shot by Mario Testino rocking Proenza Schouler. The issue is completely focused on supermodel where she meets up with a few friends to talk about staying grounded and making her brand bigger than ever. The story is written by Robert Sullivan, who followed Jenner around during New York Fashion Week, and it includes interviews with Karl Lagerfeld, Estée Lauder group president Jane Hertzmark Hudis, Tory Burch and Michael Kors, who compares the model to Ali MacGraw. Jenner’s brand power and social media tips are explored, in addition to a friendly exchange with NBA player Carmelo Anthony at a basketball court at Terminal 23 in New York.
Images accompanying the feature include shots by Theo Wenner. The story depicts Jenner with Anthony on the court, as well as the model with Burch in the designer’s New York studio. Jenner recounts her meeting with Burch, whom Sullivan identifies as the “seventy-third most powerful woman in the world, according to Forbes.”
The special edition will only ship to New York and Los Angeles subscribers.
Models Carolyn Murphy, Grace Hartzel and Ryanne van Rompaey wear the latest spring collections in an editorial titled “I’m with the band” for Vogue US March 2016. Photographed by Craig McDean, models pose alongside with an American guitarist Gary Clark. Styling by one and only Grace Coddington. Hair Shay Ashual and makeup by Aaron de Mey.
“After more than 25 years at American Vogue, Grace Coddington will assume the role of Creative Director at Large and take on additional projects outside the magazine,” said a spokesperson. “She will work on several Vogue fashion shoots throughout the year.”
“I’m not running away from Vogue, because it has opened so many doors,” Coddington told Business of Fashion. “But it will be nice to collaborate, and nice to go out [and] give talks to people.”
The decision came from discussions with her friend and long-time collaborator, Vogue editor Anna Wintour, who Coddington says recognised that she “wanted to branch out a little bit”.