Karlie Kloss Makes her British Vogue Cover Debut
Article first published as Karlie Kloss For British Vogue on Technorati.
The American supermodel, Karlie Kloss taps her first cover for the British edition of Vogue, and is for the most important number of the year, non other than the September issue which is the biggest international collections issue ever to be produced. And according to Vogue’s very own Ella Alexander…“The edition is a feast for the eyes – with no shortage of beautiful shoots to gaze at, trends to inspire and interviews with the industry’s most exciting names”.
Inside the magazine, a and honoring this year’s worldwide obsession that is soon coming to an end… The Olympics, the legendary Nick Knight shoots “Midas Touch” in which Britain’s leading supermodels teamed up with the country’s brightest design stars as part of the London 2012 Closing Ceremony. A fantastic, dreamy and decadently-luxurious fashion story featuring delightful gold pieces created by labels like Alexander McQueen, Burberry and Christopher Kane and worn by legendary supermodels like the amazing Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, Georgia May Jagger, Karen Elson, Stella Tennant, Lily Cole, Lily Donaldson, Jourdan Dunn and a very lucky – and the brightest male super model- David Gandy.
One of the models of the moment and one of my favorites, the astonishing-beautiful Karlie Kloss makes her debut Vogue cover wearing head-to-toe clashing prints by Jonathan Saunders, and the outcome – off Course – could not be any better; while curvacious and Francisco Costa’s obsession Lara Stone looks sensually-regal in Ryan McGinley’s Dark Blooms fashion story; and Stella Tennant demonstrates how to work autumn/winter 2012-13′s Edwardian trend in Deauville Rendezvous.
Buy the magazine that is on sale now and see the complete bunch of fantastic editorials and read about two of the fashion world’s most influential women, with a profile on legendary Central Saint Martins MA fashion course director Louise Wilson, as well as a look inside the beautiful London home of Vogue’s former co-fashion director and now Topshop creative director Kate Phelan.
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