The edition British Vogue celebrates 100 years with the Duchess of Cambrigde, Kate Middleton, on its cover. Despite having been the protagonist of various publications around the world, jAmas had posed until today for a fashion magazine.
The oThese images are part of a photographic exhibition commemorating the first centenary of publication in the United Kingdom, celebrated in the National Portrait Gallery, London. The exhibition “Vogue 100: The Exhibition of a Century of Style” opens its doors on May 22, where other portraits of fashion icons will also be exhibited.
The magazine decided to run the June cover, which was by photographer Josh Olin and was made at the Norkfolk residence; where they live with their children, Prince William and Kate.
In the photos, you can see a very natural Kate Middleton in a relaxed country setting, outside her dress code official. The decision to accept the note and the production was made by the Duchess herself, who seeks to be “fun and relaxed” before public opinion.
A series of eight very natural portraits of Kate Middleton in the privacy of her residence
The lens of Josh Olins was able to capture the Duchess “as she is,” says Nicholas Cullinan, director of the National Portrait Gallery. “She is a person full of life, with a great sense of humor, intelligent and beautiful.”
The images reflect the Duchess of Cambrigde with a relaxed look: castriped print T-shirts, suede hats, white shirts and blazers were some of the garments used in this blockbuster. A makeup nude almost imperceptible, as subtle as the ones she usually wears on a daily basis.
The beautiful Kate, today the new mother of Prince George and Princess Charlotte, just 1 year old, seems to be inspired by Lady Di, who was on the cover of Vogue magazine four times, the last one in 1981.
A spokesperson for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge said that “Kate was delighted to be part of the celebration of the centenary of the iconic fashion magazine for the fashionista world and that it even served as a platform for some of the most renowned photographers in history.”