Bazaar: September, 1992 – Evangelista * Kate Moss



September, 1992

Enter The Era

Of Elegance

Cover Linda Evangelista wears a beaded-net body suit by Donna Karan photographed by Patrick Demarchelier

American Society of Magazine Editors Top 40 Covers

#9 Harpers Bazaar (September 1992)

Harper’s Bazaar, which debuted in 1867 as America’s first fashion magazine, celebrated its 125th anniversary in 1992, and the September 1992 issue under legendary Editor-in-Chief Liz Tilberis’s direction heralded one of the most dramatic magazine reinventions in history. Tilberis helped transform the magazine from an “also-ran” fashion magazine into the one of the most cutting-edge and experimental of the big fashion glossies—illustrated by the creative typeface and avant-garde image of Linda Evangelista on the September cover.

Editor-in-chief Liz Tilberis

Photography Patrick Demarchelier Peter Lindbergh

Models Christy Turlington Kate Moss Linda Evengelista Shalom Harlow


Jackets – curved and fitted

Neck ornamentations

Waist “Necklaces” new versions of the belt

“Who’s afraid of women in menswear?”

Elegance – Fall’s refined appeal featuring Christy Turlington

Wild Fashion Featuring Kate Moss

Strong Suits

Black Leather featuring Linda Evangelista

Red – Liz Smith on Valentino’s Favourite Color

Chance Encounter’s – A stylish Adventure in Monte Carlo featuring Shalom Harlow

Animal Prints – The Best Second Skin

Tailored Styles as diverse as the women who wear them


Claes Oldenburg

Catherine Moss

Architect Eric Owen Moss

Duras Mon Amour – Marguerite Duras, “The Lover” on the Big Screen by Brooke Shields the movie’s sizzling Jane March

410 pages

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