10 Of Janice Dickinson’s Most Memorable Vogue Covers

In the early 1970s, Janice Dickinson with her bee-stung lips moved to New York City determined to find work as a model. Eileen Ford famously told Dickinson that she was “much too ethnic” and she would “never work” in the fashion industry. But, in no time Dickinson was working as a model gracing the cover of hundreds of magazines, starring in countless ad campaigns and earning four times the standard rate. Ultimately she helped define the seventies and by the mid-80s she became know as the first official supermodel, after she coined the phrase during an interview.

Throughout her career, Janice Dickinson was a regular in the pages of Vogue posing for the likes of Arthur Elgort, Richard Avedon—who told Dickinson her eyes were “like liquid pools”—and Bob Richardson. She appeared on the cover of the magazine (both American and international editions) an astounding 37 times.

Here’s a look back at 10 of her most memorable Vogue covers… most shot by famed French fashion photographer Mike Reinhardt.

Vogue Paris February 1978

Vogue Paris May 1978

British Vogue July 1978

British Vogue October 1978

Vogue Paris February 1979

British Vogue March 1979

Vogue Paris June/July 1979

British Vogue October 1979

Vogue Paris November 1979

Vogue Paris February 1980

Which vintage Janice Dickinson Vogue cover is your favourite?

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