As promised, here's Taylor Swift on Vogue's February issue, courtesy of the hawks at The Fashion Spot. Gotta say, I'm digging the big floppy hat. Can't wait to see her editorial--hopefully they steered her away from the flared-skirt knee-length princess dresses she wears all the time.
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Vogue Cover Rumor Update: Adele Will Cover March, But Taylor Swift Nabs a Cover Too
Earlier today we reported on two conflicting rumors concerning US Vogue's March covergirl: Styleite had it going to Taylor Swift, while WWD heard that Vogue was asking for "special cover outfits" from designers for an Adele cover. Well, we think we've cleared things up. We have it on good authority that Adele is Vogue's March covergirl and Taylor Swift will cover February. It's a big deal that Adele is covering March. March is the spring fashion issue and is the second most important issue following September. The covergirl has to be commercial and appealing to advertisers. And the fact that Vogue has decided on Adele for March, someone who doesn't look like most other Vogue covergirls is a big deal. So kudos to Vogue for going with Adele here--let's just hope they don't give her the British Vogue close-crop treatment.
Taylor Swift Wears Rodarte in Every Shot of Her Vogue Spread: What This Could Mean For the Brand
As we revealed over the weekend, Taylor Swift is American Vogue's February cover girl. Swift's first-ever Vogue cover story and the accompanying edi
Rihanna and Taylor Swift Tank at Newsstands
Rihanna and Taylor Swift may have been at the top of their fame game in 2012--both released new albums, courted controversy in their love lives, and were damn near inescapable--but apparently people didn't really care to see them on the cover of fashion glossies. Both starlets were newsstand duds, according to the Alliance for Audited Media's annual report of the best and worst selling glossy covers. So which cover stars did boost sales?