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Edie Campbell Covers British Vogue March 2016

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The 25-year-old British model; Edie Campbell is looking pretty on the cover of British Vogue March 2016, wearing a pink Gucci piece. This Spring cover is even prettier than her first British Vogue cover in April 2013.I remember that cover with her rocking a short bob not looking as stunning as this cover. She looks better with age, looks like she has found herself.

I am loving the whole pink charade going on here, so girly and cute, perfect for the upcoming season, and her outfit and pose looks cute alongside the background. This cover is sure to catch many eyes on the newsstands.

I still know little or nothing about Edie Campbell, apart from the fact that she models, and started modelling after appearing in a Vogue feature shot by Mario Testino. So I will hopefully be grabbing this issue, to learn a bit more about her.

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Inside this issue,  Edie Campbell is pictured alongside her younger sister Olympia, a model and an actress, and reveals that the model twosome are firm friends, but it wasn’t always the case.

“It’s true. We did not get on as teenagers,” Campbell confesses. “Although I don’t think there is anything unusual in that, really – show me an easy teenager!

The other features in this issue I am interested in are – ‘Miracle Combinations – The Key to a Modern Wardrobe’, ‘Dress Up Dress Down – How to be Smart Now’. Vogue is like the fashion bible for many, so every once in a while, I like to grab an issue and see what the fuss is about, and see what the fashion gods say we should be wearing now.

What do you think of Edie Campbell on this cover? Are you a fan? Share your thoughts, drop me a comment, let’s chat.

Thanks for reading and have a great day.

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22 responses

  1. I think she looks wonderful and has the androgynous look down pat. I was just wondering have you written a book because I saw in your description ‘how to cash in as a blogger’?

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