Vogue is at it again but this time instead of a reprinted cover it is a dress landing multiple covers. The dress in question is a white see through Dolce & Gabbana 3/4 sleeve mini from their Spring 2011 collection. This Dolce & Gabbana dress is really earning some serious flyer miles jet-setting for Vogue magazines.
How could this have occurred, anyway? Have all Vogue closets around the world run out of clothes to use on the cover of magazines? Is Vogue saying that out of that whole Spring collection they only liked this one dress? I love Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana too but come on Vogue your playing this dress out! With the months of planning that go into making an issue does this surprise you?
Vogue España February 2011 Constance Jablonski
Constance Jablonski was the first to wear the Dolce & Gabbana dress for the “Ángel Blanco” cover shoot of Vogue España. Shot by Alex Cayley this cover is my favorite of the three.
Vogue Deutsch (Germany) April 2011 Britt Maren
Britt Maren graces the ocean clad cover of Vogue Germany for April’s issue. Just like España’s cover shoot this also features all white looks for the layout. The white shoot was photographed by Claudia Knoepfel and Stefan Indlekofer.
Vogue Paris April 2011 Gisele Bundchen
As the new Editor-in-Chief of Vogue Paris Emmanuelle Alt’s first issue she debuts with supermodel Gisele Bundchen. Shot on location in St. Barts by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, Gisele strikes a pose in Dolce & Gabbana dress. As my favorite fashion magazine I hold Vogue Paris in the highest regard but with this cover I expected more. Of course it’s still to early to tell what Vogue Paris’ future will hold with Emmanuelle Alt at the helm.
Which Vogue cover did it best?
Photo courtesy of: Vogue España, Vogue Germany, and Vogue Paris