Vogue Magazine recently celebrated their 120th anniversary, so in honor of this amazing feat today’s Throwback Thursday will highlight 5 Vogue Covers with some famous moms from the 1950’s to 1990’s.
1. Jane Fonda (1959) – Jane Fonda is an actress, writer, political activist, and fitness pro but she’s also a former “Cover Girl.” Before starting her acting career, Fonda was an established model, and even graced the front page of Vogue on two occasions. Below, the two-time Academy Award winner poses for a Vogue cover for their July 1959 edition.
2. Elizabeth Taylor (1965) – From her early years as a child star with MGM, Elizabeth Taylor became one of the most popular actresses of Hollywood’s Golden Age. Taylor was not only recognized for her acting chops but also for her glamorous lifestyle, and unmistakable beauty. The late actress was definitely a beauty icon. Here she is on the cover of Vogue Paris and with those distinctive dark blue eyes, which famously appeared to be violet, thick eyebrows and bold makeup the star was well deserving of her cover.
3. Cher (1974) – We’re turning time way back to award-winning singer and actress Cher, who’s known for her unique singing voice, acting skills, and trend-setting styles. In November of 1974, 30-year-old Cher graced the coveted front page of Vogue magazine. Those striking dark features says it all. The performer has always had it going on and still does today.
4. Cindy Crawford (1988) – During the 1980s and 1990s, Cindy Crawford was among the most popular supermodels, and was repeatedly and frequently featured on the cover of many magazines, including: Vogue, W, People, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, Cosmopolitan, and Allure. Not surprisingly, Cindy Crawford has been on 18 covers of Vogue Magazine.
5. Christy Turlington (1990) – Christy Turlington rose to fame in the late 80s and early 90s as a supermodel and was a favorite for top designers. She’s also one of America’s most successful models and is best known for her work for Maybelline. Turlington has appeared on more than 300 magazine covers, including this August 1992 cover for Vogue.