Spot the Gwen Stafani: Harper’s Bazaar plays hide and seek

Very nearly lost beneath a giant pink flower (the same, it would seem, from Alexis Mabille’s spring 2012 couture collection) and a mass of text, Gwen Stefani plays hide-and-seek on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar’s September 2012 issue.

The issue is titled “The Fashion Issue”. Is it just us, or does that seem a bit redundant for a fashion magazine?

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The cover was shot by Terry Richardson.

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