Here's something to make you feel like you're in a time warp: Vogue actually featuring models on its cover.
Yup, Vogue has gone and put three supermodels on its September issue: The ubiquitous Cara Delevingne, Karlie Kloss and Joan Smalls. Shot by Mario Testino, the cover features Cara and crew, and the inside pull-out spread includes six more models—Arizona Muse and Edie Campbell, for example.
This supermodel bonanza is a pretty big departure for Vogue—a glossy that's known for putting big screen actresses or pop stars on its September issues (Jennifer Lawrence graced last year's cover, and Lady Gaga was the year before that).
So even though Vogue should be a supermodel's domain, it's become rare that runway models score a September cover. And this year not only one, but three managed to nab the coveted spot.
And while we're surprised that Vogue resisted the temptation to put a Beyoncé-level pop star (or Bey herself!) on the cover, it's not entirely surprising that Cara D. made the cut.
She is, after all, scooping up practically every high-profile modeling gig out there. She's even the September issue cover girl for British Vogue. She's landed campaigns for Chanel, Mulberry, Burberry, Topshop—not to mention she's got a capsule collection with DKNY coming out in October. Plus, the girl's got 6.4 million Instagram followers. For a supermodel, Cara's essentially made a household name for herself.
But even though you might still be reeling from the shock of (gasp!) models on a Vogue September issue cover, the mag essentially did the same thing back in 2004 when it featured only models on the cover with a similar inside spread pull-out with even more models.
What do you think of this September issue cover? Are you glad it features all supermodels?