Pictures speak louder than words. We’re showing you our favourite covers from Harper’s Bazaar. Founded in the USA, 1867, it has made history through its iconic photographs.
Erté’s first cover for the January 1915 edition. Erté (Romain de Tirtoff) was a Russian illustrator, designer and couturier that popularized art deco. His covers granted innovation and a stylized and elegant taste.
1951. Travels and summer trends stands out in the June edition, available only for 60 cent.
You can’t talk about fashion covers without naming Richard Avedon. This is the December 1959 edition and since then, covers with characters that play with the letters from the magazine have been a classic.
In the beginning of the 90s Linda Evangelista was in the front cover, the model that captured all magazines and catwalks from the decade. Manolo Blahnik himself said once: “Kate Moss will be a long-lived model, while Linda Evangelista will be eternal”.
Finally, here’s a design from 2014. The model Christy Turlington starred the cover from the photographer Alexi Lubormirski. Turlington represents the radiant beauty born in a black & white image which releases the elegance from art and from a woman that has the capacity to achieve what she wants.