Artist Frida Kahlo will appear on the cover of Vogue for the first time ever. Almost 60 years after her death, the photo of Frida, taken by photographer Nickolas Muray in 1939, will appear on the cover of Vogue Mexico ’s November 2012 issue. The magazine will hit newsstands just before the November 22 nd opening of “ Appearances Can Be Deceiving: The Dresses of Frida Kahlo” at the Frida Kahlo Museum in Mexico City . Frida Kahlo did appear once in the pages of U.S. Vogue , in the October, 1937 edition; but this is her first time on the iconic magazine’s cover. The collector’s edition of Vogue will feature a story about Kahlo’s exhibition, her unique style and her influence on designers like Jean Paul Gaultier and Comme des Garcons ’s Rei Kawakubo who have designed collections inspired by the incredible artist who certainly suffered for her art. Born just before the Mexican revolution, Frida became the voice of modern Mexico, especially for women. At
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