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Iconic Covers: British Vogue Editor, Alexandra Shulman

Having helmed the illustrious fashion bible for 25 years, including Vogue’s centennial last year, Alexandra Shulman is stepping down. Here are five of her greatest covers as Editor… 



Kate Moss – 1993
Making her Vogue debut, Miss Moss is the picture of innocence in a cover that highlight Shulman’s ability to recognise and also create fashion icons.



Princess Diana - 1994
The Princess of Wales graced the cover of Vogue three times in her lifetime: firstly in 1990, then to mark her birthday in '94, and finally following her tragic death in 1997.




Gisele Bundchen and Robbie Williams – 2000
This cover is a fitting tribute to mark the end of the 90’s; the era of Britpop and Supermodels.



Elton John and Elizabeth Hurley – 2002
Proving that fashion isn’t all about pouting and posing, the stunning socialite and legendary singer bring the glitz for Vogue’s Christmas edition.



The Duchess of Cambridge – 2016
Continuing the royal legacy, HRH looks stunning on the fashion tome’s Centenary issue.

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