British Vogue Covers 2012

Vogue cover, January 2012
Vogue cover, January 2012
Florence Welch helped Vogue see in the New Year, her Botticelli-esque hair, sky-blue eyes and matching draped pleated dress shimmering from the cover of the January issue. Francesca Burns saw her first shoot as fashion editor, while features director Jo Ellison interviewed the stars of Steven Spielberg’s version of War Horse – including the director himself.

Photo By Mario Testino

Vogue cover, February 2012
Arizona Muse introduced spring with a colourful cover, photographed by Patrick Demarchelier. The spring/summer 2013 trends supplement ensured that no Voguereader would be left uncertain as to what to buy when the weather finally did warm up.

Photo By Patrick Demarchelier

Vogue cover, March 2012
Lana Del Rey made her Vogue cover debut the same week her first album raced to the top of the charts in 14 countries. “I am many of the thousands of people enraptured by the throaty, seductive voice of Lana Del Rey,” said Alexandra Shulman in her editor’s letter.

Photo By Mario Testino

Vogue cover, April 2012
Sienna Miller talked about her pregnancy for the first time, while Alexandra Shulman announced news of the inaugural VogueFestival. Paolo Roversi and Bruce Weber got behind the lens for Vogue once again, delivering beautiful shoots that demonstrate why they are so highly revered in the fashion industry.

Photo By Ryan McGinley

Vogue cover, May 2012
Charlize Theron told Vogue about her most exciting role to date, as a mother. The Oscar-winning actress described her adopted son, Jackson, as “the coolest kid ever”. Other highlights included Karlie Kloss’ account of Couture Fashion Week, in which readers saw her at fittings, on the catwalk and even in her pyjamas.

Photo By Patrick Demarchelier

Vogue cover, June 2012
Kate Moss smouldered, as a Versace-clad Olympic goddess, on the cover of the June issue of Vogue, shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. Inside there was a distinctly patrioticRule Britannia feel – with Britain’s Olympic heroes and national treasures standing proudly side by side.

Photo By Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott

Vogue cover, July 2012
Rachel Weisz starred on the cover of the Ageless Style issue, as Alexandra Shulman revisited the trends and styles that work regardless of age. Meanwhile, Miranda Kerr bared all in her first ever shoot for BritishVogue, along with her baby Flynn.

Photo By Alasdair McLellan

Vogue cover, August 2012
Alexa Chung grilled Emma Stone for the August issue, as the Hollywood actress made her Vogue cover debut. Autumn/winter 2012-13’s key trends were introduced and, more specifically, the return of the trouser suit – a look that dominated the season’s catwalks.

Photo By Patrick Demarchelier

Vogue cover, September 2012
Traditionally the year’s biggest issue, the September edition of Vogue didn’t disappoint. Karlie Kloss made her BritishVogue cover debut; Nick Knight’s Midas Touch shoot showed the country’s top models wearing a series of glittering, bespoke gowns – which were later showcased on a giant catwalk at the Olympic Closing Ceremony; and Lara Stone looks every inch the pre-Raphaelite muse in Ryan McGinley’s Dark Blooms fashion story.

Photo By Nick Knight

Vogue cover, October 2012
Kristen Stewart landed countless headlines as she graced the cover of the October issue. Her candid interview with Christa d’Souza came amid a media storm focusing on her private life, following her confession of her “indiscretion” with Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders. In terms of fashion, readers were given the chance to see couture as they had never seen before as Dolce & Gabbana unveiled their debut haute line – with bespoke pieces made exclusively for Vogue.

Photo By Mario Testino

 

Vogue cover, November 2012
Jennifer Lawrence appeared on her firstVogue cover, as Cara Delevingne was photographed wearing the season’s most eclectic collections at an antiques fair in Sussex. Fashion features director Sarah Harris delved into the beautiful world of Valentino, as she interviewed the label’s creative directors Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli.

Photo By Alasdair McLellan

Vogue cover, December 2012
The December issue celebrated pop in its many forms, from Natalia Vodianova’s explosively colourful fashion story, photographed by Mario Testino, to features director Jo Ellison’s interview with the world’s most famous boy band, One Direction.

Photo By Mario Testino

 

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