04.02.11

Aishwarya Rai For Vogue India February 2011

Aishwarya Rai – one of the most beautiful women in the world – graces the cover of Vogue India’s February 2011 issue wearing Roksanda Ilincic.

The bold shouldered feathered blazer may be from past seasons, but it makes a huge impact on this cover which was shot by Polish photographer Marcin Tyszka.

The Bollywood beauty also wears a red Jenny Packham gown and a Valentino dress in her editorial.

Aishwarya wasn’t interviewed for this feature. Instead Vogue India compiled statements from 10 men on a wide range of topics.

Mickey Contractor on Aishwarya Rai: “When I first met Aishwarya on the shoot of a talcum powder commercial, she was shocked by my language (I used to abuse a lot). She kept giggling on the set. She told me later that she wondered what kind of weirdo I was. I then worked with her on her first film, Aur Pyar Ho Gaya, and on several ad campaigns thereafter. She carries off every look I create for her. She is daring, adaptable and confident of the way she looks. She is a natural beauty. When god was distributing good looks, the rest of us must have been in the loom because she got it all.”Read More…

Kristen Stewart For Vogue US February 2011

Kristen Stewart graces the cover American Vogue’s February 2011 issue.

I’m sure her die-hard fans will make this the highest selling cover of all time, so Vogue were very smart to make her a cover girl.

The “Twilight” star sports softer lighter locks on the cover wearing a Proenza Schouler Spring 2011 looks throughout her editorial which was shot by Mario Testino.

A lot of people seem to be very unhappy about Kristen’s cover which I think is strange considering the fact – like it or not – she is a major Hollywood player.

What I love about this editorial is that there isn’t any over the top princess-like dresses. The editors picked a young hip brand which suits Kristen’s non fussy style.

In her interview she talked about her preferred roles and the way she’s been putting her money to use.

Here are some extracts from her interview.

On the roles she goes for: “I choose things that are so overly ambitious, and if I can’t do stuff like that, I don’t want to be doing this.”Read More…

04.01.11

Victoria Beckham For Vogue UK February 2011

Victoria Beckham graces the cover of Vogue UK’s February 2011 edition.

Despite her trademark pout this look is very refreshing for her.

In her recent editorials she has been poking fun at herself, which was funny the first 2 times, but started to become boring by the 5th/6th time.

VB wears invisible make-up and a Stella McCartney oversized cardigan.

This soft look was captured by Alasdair McLellan.

In her interview Victoria talks marriage, fashion, breast implants and family pets.

She most interestingly talks about her former WAG status. She insists that she no longer has French manicures and she’s removed her breast implants.

This issue hits newsstands tomorrow.

Credit: Vogue UK

Alicia Keys For Vogue Italia November 2010

Alicia Keys looked stunning in an editorial for Vogue Italia November 2010.

The singer, who just gave birth to her first son Egypt, rocks in a mohawk for some shots and a sleek ‘do for others.

In her editorial shot by Michelangelo di Battista she wears Blumarine, Balmain, Giorgio Armani, John Galliano, YSL and Miu Miu as she shows us that the good girl of R&B has gone bad.

Here are some extracts from her interview.

On posing for this shoot whilst pregnant: “I like to transform myself like a chameleon. The photos showing me pregnant seemed brave and strong to me, just how I feel at this time”.Read More…

04.11.10

Cover Wars: Emma Watson for Vogue UK & Marie Claire US

We don’t see Emma Watson for a while then she comes back with a bang on two covers for December 2010.

Mario Testino shot her Vogue UK cover whilst Tesh shot her Marie Claire US cover.

She wears white on both covers and it even looks like she’s wearing the same feathered skirt.

The make-up is also very similar, but her hair is slicked back on the Vogue cover.

I find myself naturally focusing on the Vogue UK cover. This is because both her smile and pose feel more natural.

Want to see more Emma’s full editorials before you make a decision?

Check out Vogue UK and Marie Claire US.

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