Sumary of Queen Elizabeth for the first time on the cover of Vogue (with the diamond crown):
- The magazine will be out on newsstands on March 29 and the photo chosen for the cover has a very particular story: it is a portrait of more than half a century ago in which a sumptuous diamond crown shines.
- This time a fashion photographer was not hired: the photo chosen dates back to 1957 and is Antony Armstrong Jones, brother-in-law of the queen.
- Activate notifications to receive updates on ACTIVATE UPDATES Queen Elizabeth is one of the most photographed women in the world: her face has appeared in paintings, stamps and banknotes, but it is the first time it arrives on the cover of the fashion Bible.
- At the age of 95, Queen Elizabeth conquers the cover of British Vogue for the first time: the photo chosen dates back to the past and has enormous symbolic value.
- The photo was taken by the Queen’s brother-in-law The very long reign of Queen Elizabeth has been intertwined several times with the story of the fashion magazine that has followed in great detail coronations, royal weddings, births and the infinite pastel-colored looks of the sovereign.
- The peculiarity of the crown is that it was created for a man: it was commissioned by George IV to the court jeweler for his coronation in 1821.
- Jones married Margaret, Elizabeth’s younger sister, and very famous portraits of court life, giving a more modern image of the monarchy.