Bella Hadid graces the September issue of Vogue Arabia in a netted veil for a world exclusive collaboration that ushers in another set of attention-grabbing covers the month is known for. The achievement comes just months after older sister Gigi Hadid inaugurated the newest Vogue title in a custom-made, jeweled veil of her own. Lensed by none other than the venerable Karl Lagerfeld, the Palestinian-American supermodel is clad in head-to-toe Fendi, the fashion house of which Lagerfeld is the creative director, for both the English and Arabic renderings of the issue.
Gigi embodies the Geek Girl and Glow Glam in not one, but two new covers for the September issue of Vogue Korea. In the first shot, Gigi serves sultry in a chest-baring, red turtleneck and thigh high cut bottoms underneath a crimson, shearling wool overcoat. The coquettish look is complemented by the vintage appeal of the second. Draped in the camel coat of the season, Gigi’s second cover brings back nostalgia as she sports an acid wash, oversized Canadian tuxedo and a classic Rolling Stone’s band-tee.
Her latest cover marks 19 appearances on Vogue’s list of lauded titles, continuing to mark a red hot career for the model of the moment.
Even supermodels get tripped up on their own nerves. In another striking editorial for Vogue’s special edition, 125th Anniversary issue, the pub wrangled a party of legendary supermodels to exhibit the forthcoming fall denim trends and get candid about their careers. Joan Smalls, Gigi Hadid, Elaine Erwin, Amber Valletta and Carolyn Murphy return to the pages of the title they know so well in the meta shoot lensed by Annie Liebovitz. The editorial is dreamy, true to the iconic image maker’s aesthetic, and transforms the reader into a spectator with external set shots that create an elevated, behind-the-scenes vibe. Inside the spread, the supers talk their most memorable model moments and what it really takes to get the right shot.
Kate Moss poses for Harper’s Bazaar September 2017 issue wearing the latest from the brand for which she will be the forever muse. Styled by Elissa Santisi, Kate wears tailored denim and a minimalist, checked suit hailing from Calvin Klein’s 205W39NYC’s fall collection. In the feature, Kate opens up about the “raw” photos that made “Obsession” THE fragrance of the time and immortalized the supermodel within the industry. She also reflects on the recent release of never-before-seen images from the same campaign that fronted Raf Simons’ modern rendering of the scent, now dubbed “Obsessed”.
On being sent by Calvin Klein to the Virgin Islands with her then-boyfriend and iconic photographer, Mario Sorrenti:
Carolyn Murphy has been low-maintenance chic way before it became cool. The woman who embodies what comes to mind whenever the word “supermodel” is uttered graces the September cover of InStyle to reminisce on her heyday, but more importantly, look forward.
Exuding the heart of small town America, Carolyn’s spread makes tending to the farm and relaxing with a Budweiser look high fashion in a way only she can. Utility jumpsuits, shearling wool and sturdy, farmer’s denim paint the story of a teen from the Florida Panhandle who suddenly found herself rubbing shoulders with household names while simultaneously building one of her own.