In its 120-year history, Vogue has served a heaping helping of beautiful faces for the public to consume and generally gag on. From Lauren Hutton to Kate Moss, these 10 women have graced the cover of the iconic mag the most times and we’ve compiled their debut covers as well as some of their most gagworthy covers. Take a deep breath before proceeding.
Indie Newsroom is brought to you by a hypothetical Devil Wears Prada movie sequel, Anna Wintour’s Chanel addition and Tupac‘s holographic influence looming large.
- Eva Longoria claims she’s been asked by Victoria Beckham to be the godmother of future editirix of Vogue, Harper Seven. [InStyle UK]
- Speaking of power-bitch editrices, that classic fashion roman à clef, Devil Wears Prada is getting a sequel, ingeniously titled Revenge Wears Prada, due out in April of next year. Let’s just hope it’s good enough to merit a movie sequel as well since no one will ever get tired of Meryl Streep making Anne Hathaway feel like this. [Racked]
Olympic fever has officially gripped the world of fashion with US Olympians invading the June issue of US Vogue. In “Country Strong,” Annie Leibovitz captures Karlie Kloss with a handful of male athletes as she meets them on their respective turfs.
- Chanel staged its 2012 Cruise collection at the Palace at Versailles with guests Tilda Swinton, Haider Ackermann and Karl Lagerfeld‘s plaid vest. [Grazia]
- Olympian hotties Hope Solo, Ryan Lochte and Serena Williams grace the June issue of Vogue. [Styleite]
Vogue‘s EIC/HBIC Anna Wintour has reportedly asked the mag’s editors to wear pink in honor of Elsa Schiaparelli – who famously created the color Shocking Pink in her surrealist heyday – to The Met‘s Costume Institute Gala tonight.
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- Christina! Bring me the heels! Steel your nerves and hide the wire hangers to take a peek inside Joan Crawford‘s shoe closet. [Stylelist]
- In anticipation of The Costume Institute‘s upcoming “Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations” exhibit, Vogue threw some models in Prada collections from spring 1996 to fall 2011. [Vogue]
If you’re like this gal, you’ve always wanted/desired/demanded a ticket to the Metropolitan Museum’s Costume Institute Gala. Well get ready for the next best thing as this year’s Gala red carpet will be live streamed.