Can you pinpoint the "Cover Of The Century"?
While that sounds like a lofty title, the Professional Publisher's Association has narrowed it down to 10 options for the competition in honor of the organization's 100th birthday. Lucky for us, the style world's very own Vogue magazine is in the running.
So which chic cover earned a spot on the ballot? British Vogue's December 2001 shot of Kate Moss. The cover features the iconic model in a replica of the coronation crown and a regal Giorgio Armani dress with a gold scepter in hand -- Britannia at its best, no? Fittingly, the Nick Knight-lensed cover was timed to create hype for the Queen's Golden Jubilee in 2002.
But don't get the idea that Vogue is a shoe-in just yet. The fashion bible has some stiff competition, including Cosmopolitan UK's inaugural issue from 1972 and a Women's Weekly cover circa World War I.
You'll have to wait until Nov. 21 to see the winner, but do you think Vogue deserves the "Cover of the Century" title? You can vote here.
Think any of these Kate Moss covers are better than the British Vogue one?
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