Christy Turlington Burns Fronts for Love

The model has taken a Marie Antoinette-ish turn for the autumn-winter cover of the title.

AUTUMN OF LOVE: Christy Turlington Burns has taken a Marie Antoinette-ish turn for the autumn-winter cover of Love, which has been shot by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin and hits newsstands on Monday.

The model and campaigner for maternal health wears a rubber dress by Giles, rings by van Lamsweerde and Matadin, and stockings by Wolford, in a shoot styled by Love’s fashion director, Panos Yiapanis.

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Her hair, by James Pecis, is white and wild and she’s decked in bows and frills. Makeup is by Dick Page, and the cover line reads: American Girl, Christy Turlington.

“Panos and I wanted to take [Turlington’s] magnificent beauty and completely cover her up, smothering her in clothing,” said Love’s editor-in-chief Katie Grand. “Panos’ great talent is to take models and transform them, and he certainly did in his sitting with Inez and Vinoodh.”

The latest issue of Love, a twice-yearly title, focuses on “obsessive desire and fashion as a seasonal parade of fetish objects,” according to Grand. A red-lipped Manon Leloup cuddles up to men who’ve been mummified in Latex; Niki Trefilova and Jean Campbell, dressed in Manish Arora, bounce around rooms that are covered in plastic sheeting, while Cara Delevingne surrenders to a sea of sweets and Snoopy toys.

There are also shoots by David Sims, Mario Sorrenti, van Lamsweerde and Matadin, Juergen Teller, Tim Walker and Jamie Hawkesworth. Models are a mix of veterans — Kate Moss, Edie Campbell and Raquel Zimmermann — as well as newcomers including Binx Walton, Matilda Lowther and Mica Arganaraz.

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