See the Most Iconic Vogue Magazine Covers

Vogue Magazine is one of the most popular magazines in the world, and this is because they not only feature celebrities, but some extremely innovative fashion ideas you probably did not know about. This is an iconic magazine that has been around for years.

When looking at the list of the best and most iconic Vogue Magazine covers, it’s possible to be spoilt for choice. So many people have been featured on the cover; movie stars, politicians, athletes, and many other influential people who have made an impact in the world.

In this review, we have tried to take a look at a few of the covers that made headlines simply by the people who were featured. Read on to learn more about some of the most iconic Vogue Magazine covers.

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Anne Hathaway

We have known and loved Anne Hathaway ever since she was a princess in the Princess Diaries, and her fame has continued to grow since then. This iconic Vogue Cover from 2011 is one of the most iconic of all time because, at the time, she had already received plenty of accolades and awards.

In 2011, she had almost 3 movies come out, she had been featured in blockbuster hits, such as Valentine’s Day, Love and Other Drugs, and Alice in Wonderland.

In the magazine, she talks about her nude scenes especially in Love and Other Drugs, her relationship breakers, and many other aspects of her life, but what we loved most about this magazine cover is her Audrey Hepburn-Inspired Hairstyle that makes her resemble the incredible star.

Sienna Miller

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Sienna Miller is a British-American celebrity and fashion model that was born in New York City. She started featuring in Italian Vogue quite early in her career and even appeared topless in the 2003 Pirelli calendar.

In 2007, her star was quickly shining after making the change to blockbuster films and was featured in the movie, Factory Girl, where she portrayed Edie Sedgwick. 

At the time of this magazine cover, she was one of the feistiest fashion icons and that is why we absolutely love this one.

Charlize Theron

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Charlize Theron has been on the cover of Vogue magazine many times, and to say that she is an iconic star is almost an understatement. South African by birth, Charlize has scaled the heights of stardom to become one of the most sought after actresses of our generation.

In her 2011 Vogue Magazine cover, she speaks about her life and recounts how she felt winning the academy award in 2003. We absolutely love her look, that is nothing but chic, and we thought she was totally iconic.

Michelle Obama

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Simply calling Michelle Obama an icon feels almost like it does not do her justice because she is so much more than that. For 8 years, she served as the country’s First Lady, and she was the epitome of chic and class.

In this particular cover, she looked elegant, poised, and in control. She truly was the first lady, and she handled it well. We absolutely loved this magazine cover from 2011.

Conclusion

So, there you have it, these are our top 4 best Vogue Magazine covers. These are women who have made our lives fun, and inspirational, simply by watching how they lead theirs. 

Of course, there have been almost millions of Vogue covers, but we chose these four because they stood out to us. Make sure to consider this information if you are a fan of Vogue.