Yasmin steps into the new decade with a cover and editorial in the January/February 2020 issue of German Madame magazine. The team behind this shoot are photographer Simon Emmett, fashion editor/stylist Natalie Manchot, hairstylist Tyler Johnston, makeup artist Kelly Cornwell, and casting director Sergio Bongiovanni. Simon Emmett most recently shot Yasmin for the March 2019 issue of L’Officiel Switzerland, and Tyler Johnston last worked with Yasmin four years ago on the April 2015 issue of Elle Germany.
Yasmin was featured in this past weekend’s Stella magazine, a supplement to the Telegraph. Inside, she displays her stunning beauty and irreverent, witty, filterless remarks.
The older you get, the more you need to hold on to your rock’n’roll. I like [to shop for] labels that design for people like me – characters who just never want to grow up. I would be a rock chick for ever. I wear more miniskirts now than I did in my 20s and 30s. I’m sure people say things behind my back, but what I don’t hear or see doesn’t hurt me.
I don’t go on social media, really. You have to be so careful not to spend your time comparing and despairing. It’s so easy to do, no matter how good of a place you’re in. I just think if I don’t see all those people, then I feel like I’m in a happy, positive place, and consequently I feel quite differently about myself.
I’m lucky if I do two dry days. It’s nice to take care of yourself and it’s good for my liver to have a rest sometimes, because it does work hard. I love you, liver. But I can’t really stick to anything. Life’s too short.
photographer: Nick Haddow
stylist: Lorna McGee
hair: Ken O’Rourke
makeup: Sarah Reygate
Yasmin continues her recent career renaissance with an appearance in Dutch magazine Elegance, with photographs by Stephanie Pistel, fashion editor Pedro Dias, makeup by Clare Read, hair by Tracie Cant, and post by Stephan Lesger.
L’Officiel Switzerland marks its 5th anniversary by featuring Yasmin on its cover, one of the many inspiring, pioneering women to grace the pages of its March issue.
photographer: Simon Emmett
stylist: Lorna McGee
hair: Tracie Cant at Premier
makeup: Liz Pugh at Premier
digital assistant: Sam Ford
photo assistant: Tom Frimley
stylist assistant: Sara Mtimet
Italian Marie Claire has selected 4 supermodels to be featured on the covers of their March 2019 issue as part of their “Generazione top” whom they celebrate as having marked the past four decades of fashion and of our lives.
In her 50s, Yasmin is described as a “madre e nonna che vive senza nostalgia,” who finds that the most drastic change she has experienced in over 30 years in the public eye is the loss of anonymity. “Social networks have given the chance to be more creative and open to the world, if you want to. The problem is understanding when it’s time to turn off, to click the ‘off’ button. Today it seems obligatory to have to spread one’s private life.” Yasmin is a fairly recent addition to Instagram but is wary over the frequent obsession with the numbers of one’s followers and the pressures of today’s world to comment on everything, no matter how minor. “For me the important thing is who follows you, not how many people follow you. It’s an empty world, it’s not mine.”
photographer: Álvaro Beamud Cortés
stylist: Maria Giulia Riva
makeup: Luciano Chiarello for Atomo Management
hair: Alessandro Rebecchi for Green Apple
photographer: Rachell Smith
fashion director: Nicole Smallwood
makeup: Nathalie Eleni
hair: Simon Izzard for Blushes Salons
photographer’s assistants: Oscar Yoosefinejad and Jess Ralph
stylist’s assistant: Meg Edmond
Yasmin appears on the cover of Vanity Fair En Route, a supplement to the September 2018 issue of Vanity Fair UK, out today.
Inside, she describes her experience of test-driving the latest Ford Mustang GT convertible. (Her verdict? She was particularly fond of the “earthy rumble” of the motor and the ease of putting the top down but lamented that it was not smooth at low speed despite its torque and lacked the aspect of immediacy and danger she expected in other performance cars.) Read the full review on Vanity Fair’s website.
photographer: Matt Holyoak
stylist: Hannah Teare