British Vogue January 2013 Highlights

#JanuaryVogue – Castaway
Doutzen Kroes wears little more than a tan and body oil for Castaway, photographed by Josh Olins. An incentive to join the gym come January if ever there was one.

Photo By Josh Olins

#JanuaryVogue – Castaway
Doutzen Kroes, photographed by Josh Olins in Castaway.

Photo By Josh Olins

#JanuaryVogue – By The Book
Karen Elson teams up with photography legend Patrick Demarchelier to bring this season’s bookish geek trend to life in the most colourful of fashions.

Photo By Patrick Demarchelier

#JanuaryVogue – Balancing Act
Famous fashion mothers – including model Jourdan Dunn (pictured here in the Storm offices), designer Savannah Miller and PR doyenne Liz Matthews – reveal how they juggle family life with career success.

Photo By Nick Dorey

#JanuaryVogue – The Wow Factor
Swimwear model Kate Upton tells Voguefashion features director that she’s serious about carving a career in the fashion world.

Photo By Alasdair McLellan

#JanuaryVogue – Life On The Front Row
Vogue deputy editor Emily Sheffield and parliamentary sketchwriter Ann Treneman trade places for a day, exchanging fashion for politics in an insightful feature.

Photo By Getty

#JanuaryVogue – Raffish Charm
Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman meets the man who landed fashion’s most talked-about job – Raf Simons, the mastermind behind Dior’s new era.

Photo By Getty

#JanuaryVogue – Pace Yourself
Planning a health and exercise resurgence come January? Four women describe the benefits of running.

Photo By Splash

 

 

 

 

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