Golden girl, legendary supermodel Coco Rocha does not one, but three covers for the December 2012 issue of Vogue Mexico. As if that’s not buzz worthy enough, we hear that for the shoot the liquid gold couture she wore was designed by equally celebrated designers Elie Saab and Prabal Gurung; she is lensed by awesome photographer Regan Cameron. She was also styled by the talented Sarah Gore Reeves. With that powerhouse combination we’re no longer curious about the trio of covers.
Seems, oh so Coco is as much proud and excited about the “little” project as we are. She posted teaser photos in Tumblr as she reminisced on the last time she graced the magazine’s cover (notably, the magazine’s 50th anniversary issue in Sep 2010). Of it she said:
It’s been 2 years since Vogue Mexico last asked me to be the cover girl and at that time it was for their 50th Anniversary Issue (click HERE). I’m very happy to be back on the cover and able to show you the first of two editorials I did for the latest magazine. Its always fun to change things up a littler and in this shoot I went back to being a red-head for the day. You might remember me teasing with a little behind-the-scenes image a few months back (click HERE) leading many to think I had actually dyed my hair, again.
Below are some more of the photos posted by her. Red-head or not, we see Coco Rocha hasn’t lost her touch in delivering fun, fiery, dynamic stills. Do you love them like we do?
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