Friday we reported that Emma Watson would grace the July issue of American Vogue wearing fall Prada, and by Saturday Fashin had the cover posted. We very much like the image--by Mario Testino, naturally--and applaud Vogue for another good cover, even if it is a bit dark for July.
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Emma Watson Will Grace American Vogue's July Cover, Wearing Fall Prada
It looks like Emma Watson has been making good use of her time since dropping out of Brown this past March. Since then, she's finished up her last installment of the Harry Potter franchise, come out with collections for People Tree and Alberta Feretti, starred in a Lancome campaign, and will be American Vogue's next cover girl, a source inside Conde Nast has confirmed. It's the first American Vogue cover for the British actress, who covered Vogue UK last December, and we doubt it will be the last. Twenty-one year old Emma's come a long way from The Sorcerer's Stone and developed into a talented, classy, not to mention stylish, young lady. A Vogue cover was definitely in order. And with so much going on in her life, it should be an interesting story.
Gwyneth to Cover August's American Vogue
A tipster informs us that Gwyneth Paltrow shot an editorial for Vogue with Mario Testino this past Saturday at her Manhattan apartment. The next day, Testino shot a fall collection editorial in Tribeca with Noah Mills and Carmen Kass. Could this be September issue material? The timing sure is right. Update! Sources inside Condé Nast tell us that Gwyneth will cover August, not September. Let's hope the cover is more like this and less like this.
It's Here, It's Here! Lady Gaga's Complete Vogue Editorial
It's a big week for Gaga's Little Monsters. The first single from her upcoming album, "Born This Way," drops tomorrow, and Vogue has posted the complete article and images from Gaga's highly anticipated March cover issue (written by Jonathan Van Meter and shot by Mario Testino) on their website. As we expected, there are dramatic shots of Gaga in over-the-top McQueen, but there are also some relatively normal photos of Gaga in Louis Vuitton and Haider Ackermann sans her usual elaborate makeup (of course, she's still sporting a pastel pink bob and purple lips) that make the seemingly confident star look vulnerable. In the article, she tells Van Meter “I am quite down-to-earth for such an eccentric person..." The issue hits newsstands February 22. Check out the full editorial.