Continuing our year end wrap ups, we present MDC’s favorite covers of 2009. Be sure to catch our favorite campaigns too!
W’s November cover was a timely and irreverent send up of the current economic situation, risky subject matter for a fashion publication but W pulled it off admirably.
Acne Paper, always has striking covers but Daniel Jackson’s image of a blindfolded Missy Rayder was pitch perfect.
The Lakshmi as goddess theme never gets old and Dazed‘s cover was simply stunning; if there was one magazine that jumped out at you from the newsstand, it was this one.
White orchids, platinum haired Magdalena – this cover was pure elegance.
05. Tar Magazine S/S 09
Artist: Damien Hirst
Model: Kate Moss
Artist collaborations always make for interesting covers and Damien Hirst’s vision of Â Kate Moss, was an especially intriguing (and attention grabbing) take on the issue’s theme of transparency.
Say what you will about Karl Lagerfeld, but he doesn’t beat around the bush : peel back the first image of Baptiste on Wallpaper’s cover and you will find an even more revealing picture of the world’s foremost male model.
i-D’s irreverent headlines never fail to amuse and The bold “pretty young things” on the cover, is the perfect description for these four beauties. 2009 had plenty of multi-girl covers but this was the coolest hands down.
Both covers of Natasha’s special issue were great Â but the shot of her in Givenchy’s couture finery was especially haunting.
You can’t just pick one Vogue Italia! This years strongest VI covers featured Meisel at his most idiosyncratic; from a wild boar joining Jamie and Christian on their cover to the voyeur feel of Hanne and Kinga’s image, the best covers were the ones that went off in wild directions.
What were your favorite covers of 2009? Let us know what you loved!