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Top 10 Models With The Most Vogue Covers

08/06/2019

Being on the cover of a fashion magazine is a crucial moment in a model’s career, but being on the cover of a prestigious fashion magazine such as the American Vogue is quite a privilege and a dream come true for any model.

Over the years, most famous celebrities and models have graced Vogue magazine’s cover.

At the very beginning, in 1892, Vogue was just a weekly newspaper, but later on, in 1973 it became a monthly issue which immediately gained popularity and it was also published in several countries.

As per the models that were featured many times on its cover, we could mention 10 supermodels we are sure any fashion enthusiast out there has always looked up to.

 

Lauren Hutton

American supermodel Lauren Hutton has appeared 26 times on the cover of Vogue magazine. She firstly graced Vogue’s cover in the 1960s. Back then, Hutton became the one of the highest paid supermodels and all fashion designers wanted her for their campaigns.

She also appeared in 2017 in a Calvin Klein underwear ad, at the age of 73 only to amaze us all.

Lauren Hutton Bert Stern for Vogue US November 1966

 

Lauren Hutton by Bert Stern Vogue US February 1967

 

Lauren Hutton for Vogue US August 1968, by Gianni Penati

 

Lauren Hutton for Vogue US December 1968, by Irving Penn

 

Lauren Hutton for Vogue US January 1968, by Gianni Penati

 

Lauren Hutton for Vogue US January 1972, Richard Avedon

 

Lauren Hutton Vogue US March 1967

 

Karen Graham

Karen Graham appeared 20 times on the Vogue cover. She was discovered by modelling agency owner Eileen Ford. She first appeared on the Vogue cover in 1970 and by 1975 she had graced it 20 times.

Karen Graham for Vogue September 1973 Richard Avedon

 

Karen Graham for Vogue US September 1972

 

Jean Shrimpton

Jean Shrimpton also has 20 Vogue covers. She was one of the first supermodels and one of the most highly paid models of the 60s. Shrimpton was credited for launching the miniskirt, because she once stepped out in Melbourne, in 1965, wearing a dress that was quite above the knees.

Jean Shrimpton by Irving Penn for Vogue US November 1, 1963

 

Jean Shrimpton by William Klein for Vogue US April 1963

 

Jean Shrimpton for Vogue US 15 April 1968, by Richard Avedon

 

Jean Shrimpton for Vogue US July 1970, by David Bailey

 

Jean Shrimpton for Vogue US June 1966, by Irving Penn

 

Jean Shrimpton for Vogue US September 1963, by Bert Stern

 

Jean Shrimpton for Vogue US September 1967, by David Bailey

 

 

Cindy Crawford

Cindy Crawford appeared 18 times on the Vogue cover. She was one of the highest paid models in the 90s and her career had massive important contracts with Pepsi, Maybelline, Clairol and Revlon.

Cindy Crawford for Vogue US August 1986 by Richard Avedon

 

Cindy Crawford for Vogue US August 1993 by Steven Meisel

 

Cindy Crawford for Vogue US February 1988 by Richard Avedon

 

Cindy Crawford for Vogue US February 1994 by Herb Ritts

 

Cindy Crawford for Vogue US January 1987 by Richard Avedon

 

Cindy Crawford for Vogue US January 1992 by Patrick Demarchelier

 

Cindy Crawford for Vogue US March 1991 by Patrick Demarchelier

 

Claudia Schiffer

Claudia Schiffer appeared 16 times on the cover of Vogue. Karl Lagerfeld chose her as the face of Chanel and she has appeared many times on the most famous catwalks.

Claudia Schiffer for Vogue US April 1992 by Patrick Demarchelier

 

Claudia Schiffer for Vogue US August 1990 by Patrick Demarchelier

 

Claudia Schiffer for Vogue US February 1991 by Patrick Demarchelier

 

Claudia Schiffer for Vogue US July 1993 by Steven Meisel

 

Claudia Schiffer for Vogue US March 1995 by Steven Meisel

 

Claudia Schiffer for Vogue US May 1992 by Patrick Demarchelier

 

Other supermodels to hold the same number as Schiffer for appearing on the cover of Vogue are Amber Valletta and Jean Patchett.

Amber Valletta for Vogue January 1997 by Steven Meisel

 

Amber Valletta for Vogue US June 1995 by Steven Meisel

 

Amber Valletta for Vogue US July 1996, by Steven Meisel

 

Amber Valletta y by Arthur Elgort for Vogue US February 1993

 

Jean Patchett for Vogue US February 1951, by Irving Penn

 

Jean Patchett for Vogue US July 1951, by Clifford Coffin

 

Jean Patchett for Vogue US June 1950, by Horst P. Horst

 

Jean Patchett for Vogue US November 1949, by Irving Penn

 

Jean Patchett for Vogue US September 1948

 

 

Veruschka

German model, Veruschka, appeared 12 times on the cover of Vogue Magazine. She was discovered at the age of 22 in Florence and after meeting Eileen Ford in Paris in 1960, she moved to Paris.

She quit modelling in 1975 after a disagreement with Vogue’s editor in chief at the time, Grace Mirabella.

Veruschka for Vogue US April 1968, by Irving Penn

 

Veruschka for Vogue US July 1965, by Irving Penn.

 

Veruschka for Vogue US March 1965, by Irving Penn

 

Veruschka for Vogue US November 15 1968, by Irving Penn

 

Veruschka for Vogue US October 1964

 

Gisele Bundchen

Gisele Bundchen has appeared 11 times on the cover of Vogue. She has been listed by Forbes magazine as one of the world’s most powerful women. Besides her successful career in modelling, she was also involved in charity works and serves as a goodwill ambassador for the United Nations Environment Programme.

Gisele Bundchen for Vogue US June 2001 by Steven Meisel

 

Gisele Bundchen for Vogue US June 2000 with George Clooney by Herb Ritts

 

Gisele Bundchen for Vogue US January 2000 by Steven Meisel

 

Gisele Bundchen for Vogue US December 2001 by Steven Meisel

 

Gisele Bundchen for Vogue US April 2010 by Patrick Demarchelier

 

Gisele Bundchen for Vogue US April 2008 by Annie Leibovitz

 

Kate Moss

Kate Moss includes a total number of 8 Vogue covers. She was first discovered at the JFK Airport in New York at the age of 14, but became famous when she collaborated with Calvin Klein. She is also known for her unique style and is credited for launching the grunge style.

Kate Moss for Vogue US August 2008 by Mario Testino

 

Kate Moss for Vogue US July 1995 by Steven Meisel

 

Kate Moss for Vogue US June 1996 by Steven Meisel

 

Kate Moss for Vogue US March 1998 by Steven Meisel

 

Kate Moss and Amber Valletta for Vogue US September 1996 by Steven Meisel

 

Kate Moss for Vogue US September 2011 by Mario Testino

 

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