COVERGIRL

As promised, some more notable magazine covers. Some new, some old, and of course, all remarkably chic...


[emily blunt via the very simon g]
What makes this image so powerful, is the balance between every element. The color, fashion and look are all very bold, yet all equally relevant. In other words, it's a "good fit" and really sends a message to me, that Emily Blunt is strong, sharp, and stylish...

[twiggy via kute clothes blog]

This cover of Twiggy for Paris Vogue is innocent with the butterflies and white crochet sweater, its not as fashion forward as most Vogue covers tend to be, and her expression is soft and sweet; how serene?

[scarlett johansson via hunger games dwtc]

This cover is not only on my blog but also on my bed tray, waiting to be discovered. I was attracted to this cover at the drug store, because the Scarlett I see here is unlike any other actress, but is rather reminiscent of my beloved Botticelli paintings...

[natalie portman via just jared]

As an avid fan of both Natalie Portman and Audrey Hepburn I am naturally drawn into this Bazaar cover, yet astounded at how well Portman captured the essence of Hepburn in her most well know character, Holly, in Breakfast at Tiffany's. It just further proves Portman's innate abilities to embody the characters she plays...

[audrey hepburn via john about town]

And here she is, Audrey Hepburn, an icon of mine dressed in flower inspired fashion from the 50s and looking like nothing short of a glamour girl. I love to see Audrey in looks other then her staple Breakfast at Tiffany's ensemble, showing another side of the icon's career...

[gwen stefani via wonderfull jessie blog]
Gwen Stefani's music is so unique and each song brings out a certain attitude that I would argue is unconventional for the pop genre. Perhaps it's that she has a spirit that lands her more artsy then Brittany and less edgy then Gaga, on the spectrum of pop... 

Overall she is simply one of kind at what she does and never appears to be in competition with anyone...for me this cover portrays exactly that...

[beyonce via lucy who]

She wears red well and of course the camera loves her. The frilly dress gives a welcomed contrast to her intelligently intense glare, I love meaningful poses and this one has power...just like Sasha Fierce...



They are covergirls for a reason, 

-M. Gisele

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