This admittedly gorgeous white Dolce & Gabbana dress has graced the covers of French Vogue, German Vogue, and Vogue Spain. That makes it the unofficial best dress of the Spring 2011 season, and we'll be seeing versions of it in stores everywhere soon. Take a close look at the covers, and tell us: do you like that everyone is of the same mind, or does it bother you that three major fashion mags chose the same dress?
Close to 20 years ago, Demi Moore posed pregnant for her then-controversial and now iconic Vanity Fair cover. It's Claudia Schiffer's turn. The supermodel, who is expecting her third child, was photographed by Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld in a similar sexy shot for the June issue of German Vogue. Schiffer explains that she wanted to do the nude shoot because, "It was important to us to show how beautiful it is to be a woman and that you can have a positive attitude towards your body, including when you're expecting."
A host of beautiful models, TV hosts, and pop stars have taken turns showing off their burgeoning bellies and striking copycat poses to the 1991 original, but Demi owns it. The actress is 47, and her daughters are nearly grown, but every time a naked pregnancy cover hits stands, we are reminded of the stunning one that paved the way. Do you think any of the pictures below compare to Demi's maternal in-the-buff debut?
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Victoria Beckham is the cover girl for German Vogue's May issue. She posed in the magazine to promote her assorted design ventures, though she modeled the creations of other labels in the steamy photo shoot. Posh opened up about her challenges with her Victoria Beckham Collection and said, "I have had to prove myself. But that's a good thing — everybody has to prove themselves, not just me." She's talked up her fashion career in print and on TV, though it will be her husband, David, chatting with the ladies of The View next Monday.
Photos courtesy Alexi Lubomirski for German Vogue