10 of the best Stuff Singapore Covers. Stuff Cover Girl Search
We've been around the block a bit here in Singapore and with 50 issues out, we've done our fair share of local shoots. Want to know what the final product is going to be like for the winner of the Stuff Cover Girl Search 2014? Take a peek at 10 of the best covers we've ever shot. Go on, we know you're curious.
July 2010: Guitar Hero
Stuff Singapore July 2010 issue
We went pretty risque with this one. An unbuttoned blouse and a guitar? It's a wonder anyone paid attention to the other things on the cover.
November 2010: Going all Luxe
Stuff Singapore November 2010 issue
What's better than having a Mercedes on the cover? It's a Mercedes SLS with gull-wing doors! Throw in one of our prettiest cover girls in a fur coat and you've got one pretty good looking cover.
May 2011: All lovely in lace
Stuff Singapore May 2011 issue
We might have had our minds on something else when we did this shoot, but it didn't seem to affect May 2011's cover girl. It must've been pretty cold for her though.
June 2011: What a onesy
A bit too skimpy? Possibly. And while we're looking to move away from too much skin on our covers, there's something about the length of that surfboard we just love.
July 2011: The big, bad bike
Stuff Singapore July 2011 issue
Check out the wheels on that baby. We're talking about the bike, you dirty old coot. We do admit that July 2011's cover girl does look good stradling it though, and the steel background was just perfect.
September 2011: Speed demon
Stuff Singapore September 2011 issue
Now how often does one get to pose with a mean speed machine like Red Bull's F1 car? Not often, we reckon, which must explain why September 2011's cover girl needed to "cool" off.
March 2012: Time to hit the club
Stuff Singapore March 2012 issue
Club setting? Check. Hot Taiwanese-Japanese star? Check. Now how does the lovely Makiyo hold on to that monster of a DSLR with just one hand?!
January 2014: Simple elegance
Stuff Singapore January 2014 issue
We might be a bit biased, but as simple as the cover shot for our relaunch issue was, it's definitely elegant.