At only 19, the British model and ubiquitous cover girl has staked her claim in fashion landing on the exclusive Vogue Italia cover last year. But she’s exciting for her new baby with her boyfriend of several years.
“I’m real looking forward to the future and having my baby,” she said. “I’m lucky – I’m feeling really well. I’m healthy and happy!”
Other models on the May 2009 issue include Natalia Vodianova, Anna Jagodzinska, Isabeli Fontana, Raquel Zimmermann, Lara Stone, Caroline Trentini, and Natasha Poly.
The British beauty, who walked for everyone from Christian Dior to Jean Paul Gautier, rocked nine stunning looks from her Parisian time on the catwalk.
Of her newfound fame, Dunn says, “I’ll just take each day as it comes,” while Campbell says, “I have always believed that London fashion and British models bring something special, like a break-all-the-rules style. It is a flavour that is different from anywhere else.”
Other covers feature greats Kate Moss and Twiggy, and newcomers Agyness Deyn and Lily Donaldson.
Some women are better equipped to play femme fatales, while others are just boring girls next door. And Blindie must confess that we find the bad girls more entertaining to watch.
The following women, although amazingly stunning, have what Blindie likes to call “Bitchy Face,” a fierce look that no matter how much effort they put into trying to soften their face, they can’t help but to look like a bitch.
Here are our top five bitchy-faced stunners:
Megan Fox: From playing Lindsay Lohan’s nemesis in Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen to licking her glossy lips with a bikini top on the cover of GQ, “baby Angelina”—what Blindie likes to call her—definitely has the fiercest bitchy face we’ve seen in years.
Jourdan Dunn: This stunning catwalker probably has the fiercest look since Linda Evangelista and has been compared to phone-slinging supermodel Naomi Campbell.
Gong Li: No one has manipulated men on film with her beauty like Chinese A-Lister Gong Li. This raven-haired China doll is beyond gorgeous–and was arguably the only good nugget in Memoirs of a Geisha.
Angelina Jolie: Before globe-trotting with her ever-growing brood, the most famous woman on the planet can only play strong women because a bitchy face like that can’t play soft. She’s portrayed a psychotic mental patient, a drug addict supermodel, and the fiercest video game heroine in history.
The pretty little things don matching samurai-inspired braids and shine in every designer from Rodarte and Balenciaga to Nina Ricci and Prada.
“Who better than Chanel Iman and Jourdan Dunn, two models poised for even greater heights in the new year, to adopt the season’s understated attitude,” the magazine writes.
Blindie loves that two of our favorite models are gaining momentum.