Here’s What 23 Celebs Looked Like On Their First Vogue Cover Vs. Their Most Recent

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1. Beyoncé

First cover: April 2009

Most recent cover: September 2018

Queen Bey made her Vogue cover debut all the way back in 2009, but is still leaving us shaken nine years later when it was revealed she’d have an unprecedented amount of editorial control over the magazine’s September issue.

2. Rihanna

First cover: April 2011

Most recent cover: September 2018

Meanwhile, across the pond on the cover of British Vogue, people are freaking out because Rihanna is bringing back skinny eyebrows seven years after she first covered US Vogue.

3. Taylor Swift

First cover: February 2012

Most recent cover: January 2018

Since her first Vogue cover in 2012, Taylor has covered various editions of the magazine, including the Australian edition and a joint cover shoot in 2015 with her best best friend Karlie Kloss. Her most recent Vogue cover was for the British edition in January this year.

4. Kim Kardashian

First cover: April 2014

Most recent cover: March 2018

Kim famously made her Vogue debut alongside her husband Kanye West in celebration of their wedding in 2014. Since then, she’s graced the covers of various international editions of the magazine, including Brazil and Spain. Most recently she was on the cover of Vogue India.

5. Kendall Jenner

First cover: July 2015

Most recent cover: April 2018

Kendall has been on a Vogue cover seemingly every month since she first covered the Chinese edition of the magazine in 2015. In fact, in October 2016, she was on the cover of not one, not two, not three, but ~four~ international editions of Vogue. Her April 2018 cover was her third for the magazine’s US edition.

6. Naomi Campbell

First cover: December 1987

Most recent cover: May 2016

She’s one of the original supermodels, so of course, Naomi has been on countless Vogue covers in her time. Her first cover for British Vogue was shot by Patrick Demarchelier in 1987, and she’s still on covers 30 years later.

7. Karlie Kloss

First cover: October 2009

Most recent cover: June 2018

Karlie’s first ever Vogue cover all the way back in 2009 was for Vogue Italia alongside fellow model Rianne ten Haken. Now over a decade later she’s one of the biggest supermodels in the world and still scoring Vogue covers, most recently for Vogue España.

8. Emma Stone

First cover: July 2012

Most recent cover: November 2016

Emma’s first Vogue cover back in 2012 was in celebration of her role in The Amazing Spider-Man. Since then she’s covered the British edition once and the US edition another two times, most recently in November 2016.

9. Reese Witherspoon

First cover: June 2003

Most recent cover: October 2014

Of course, Reese Witherspoon has been iconic for years now, so it’s no surprise she’s covered the US edition of Vogue a whole five times since her first cover all the way back in 2003.

10. Serena Williams

First cover: June 2012

Most recent cover: February 2018

Serena’s first cover was alongside fellow Olympians Hope Solo and Ryan Lochte. Since then, she’s graced the cover of Vogue‘s US edition twice more, most recently with her baby girl, Alexis Olympia. That’s a glow up.

11. Kate Moss

First cover: March 1993

Most recent cover: September 2017

She’s one of the ’90s most iconic supermodels, so it’s no surprise that Kate Moss has graced the cover of British Vogue a whopping 39 times. Not to mention the countless covers she’s done for international editions of the magazine.

12. Anne Hathaway

First cover: January 2009

Most recent cover: December 2012

Anne’s first Vogue cover was back in 2009 when she was in Bride Wars, which is incredible. Since then she’s graced the cover of the Chinese and Latin American editions of the magazine, as well as covering the US edition twice more, most recently for her Oscar-winning performance in Les Misérables in 2012.

13. Jennifer Lawrence

First cover: November 2012

Most recent cover: September 2017

JLaw made her Vogue debut on the cover of the British edition in 2012. She’s since been on the cover of the US magazine three times, including last year’s September issue, which consisted of five collector’s covers in celebration of the magazine’s 125th anniversary.

14. Priyanka Chopra

First cover: October 2007

Most recent cover: October 2017

Priyanka was on the first ever cover of Vogue‘s Indian edition all the way back in 2007, and has since graced the cover eight more times, including for the magazine’s tenth anniversary back in October last year.

15. Katy Perry

First cover: July 2013

Most recent cover: August 2018

Katy has been on the cover of Vogue US twice, making her debut back in 2013, but has also covered international editions of the magazine, including Vogue Japan and, most recently, VogueAustralia.

16. Emma Watson

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First cover: December 2010

Most recent cover: March 2018

Emma has been a Vogue regular for almost a decade now ever since her debut for the magazine’s British edition back in 2010. She’s also covered the US edition and, most recently, she was on the cover of Vogue Australia.

17. Adele

First cover: October 2011

Most recent cover: March 2016

Adele is basically Britain’s true queen, so it’s no surprise she made her Vogue debut in 2011 with a cover for British Vogue. Since then, she’s covered the US edition twice, most recently in March 2016.

18. Jennifer Aniston

First cover: August 2002

Most recent cover: February 2009

Jen’s Vogue cover debut came at the height of her Friends fame back in 2002 – after all, it was only a matter of time before Rachel Green got a Vogue cover. She’s since covered the magazine’s US edition three more times and the Indian edition once.

19. Gigi Hadid

First cover: March 2015

Most recent cover: July 2018

She’s one of the most widely-recognised models in fashion right now, but when you take into account the fact that her first Vogue cover was only three years ago, it’s still seriously impressive that Gigi has covered various international editions of the magazine more than 35 TIMES.

20. Cara Delevingne

First cover: December 2012

Most recent cover: June 2018

Cara has been all over Vogue‘s covers ever since her debut for Vogue Korea in 2012. She’s been on plenty of September issues, and most recently was on the cover of British Vogue‘s special royal wedding-themed issue.

21. Blake Lively

First cover: February 2009

Most recent cover: February 2015

She was the It Girl of the late ’00s thanks to her role as Serena Van Der Woodsen on Gossip Girl, so it was only natural that Blake was chosen to cover Vogue back in 2009. She’s covered the US edition of the magazine three times, and was most recently on the cover of Vogue India.

22. Ashley Graham

First cover: January 2017

Most recent cover: July/August 2018

She’s one of the world’s most recognisable models right now, so it’s no surprise Ashley Graham has covered various international editions of Vogue, starting with British Vogue in January last year. She was also the first plus-size model to be on the cover of the magazine’s US edition for its diversity issue in March 2017.

23. Michelle Obama

First cover: March 2009

Most recent cover: December 2016

The former First Lady has covered the US edition of Vogue three times, most recently in December 2016 when her husband’s second term as president was coming to an end. And frankly, she’s become more iconic with each cover.

This article was originally write by: Buzzfeed.com