Victoria Beckham and her children star on the cover of British Vogue‘s October issue, to mark 10 years of the designer’s eponymous fashion label. Victoria, Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz, Harper (and dog, Olive) Beckham, are British Vogue’s October cover stars, dressed in @dior. Vogue captures the family all together for the very first time in a series of magazine images.
In behind-the-scenes footage, the pop star smooches with twins Sir and Rumi while Blue Ivy shows off her cartwheeling prowess.
Faces of Fashion study reveals that despite analysing Vogue covers from seven different countries, over 25 years, the average face of each cover model looks strikingly similar.
Beyoncé takes over the September issue of "Vogue" and opens up about the extreme challenges of her pregnancy with Sir and Rumi, how Jay-Z was a soldier by her side, and her hopes and dreams for all three of her kids.
“She did wear something of mine the other day,” the former Spice Girl said, though donning Beckham’s ready-to-wear designs isn’t the same as being dressed by her…
The actress, who stars as Rey in the upcoming "Star Wars: The Last Jedi," looks fierce in Vogue, and the Internet is loving it.
"This is a cover that can change society. It shows a woman who is vibrant, attractive, who still laughs, and who for the first time is a woman my age.”
“Look, throughout my political career, people have commented on what I wear,” the British prime minister told Vogue. “That’s just something that happens, and you accept that.”
The new issue of Vogue is sparking controversy about the magazine’s so-called diversity problem and alleged airbrushing tactics. The March issue of Vogue (on newsstands February 21) is devoted to differences in beauty — what the magazine calls “The Great Beauty Shakeup” — and features models of varying ethnicities lined up on a Malibu beach. Liu Wen, Ashley Graham, Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, Imaan Hammam, Adwoa Aboah, and Vittoria Ceretti. ...
Yesterday, Downing Street confirmed that Theresa May will become the first British Prime Minister to cover US Vogue, when the April 2017 issue of the magazine hits stands. While Margaret Thatcher posed for British Vogue on a number of occasions, no UK leader – female or otherwise – has modelled for the original, American, version of the fashion bible. May, who’s well-known for her love of fashion, reportedly posed for lauded portrait photographer Annie Leibovitz at Chequers – the country house retreat for the PM.
Legendary Vogue editor Franca Sozzani sadly passed away yesterday after a year long illness. The head of Vogue Italia for 28 years, she was responsible for some of the most important (and controversial) covers to ever be published by a fashion magazine.
Just when you think the fashion industry is finally listening to calls for diversity, another door closes firmly shut. Plus-sized model Ashley Graham was “honoured” to be on the January 2017 cover of British Vogue; one of the first times a bigger woman has featured.