Fun and sexy Anne Curtis is Women's Health's cover girl for April 2012! Anne lit up the shoot location with her bright personality and great work ethic. She showed off her abs and displayed a variety of expressions and poses in a selection of clothes and shoes picked by stylist Pam Quinones.

Pam sat down with Female Network to talk about the inspiration behind the clothes for the cover shoot. "The fashion story for today’s shoot is retro eclectic, so it’s still sporty, but when you see the photographs you’ll see that it is still very vintage," she explained. "A lot of the cuts are retro: high-waist skirts, high-waist jeans, and retro-cut bikinis in bold colors."

Want to see some of Pam's clothing and shoe choices for Anne from the shoot? Scroll through the gallery below!




To find out which outfits made it to the magazine and which didn't, grab a copy of Women's Health Magazine's April 2012 issue, out on stands now! You can also subscribe to the magazine's digital edition.

Also in this issue:

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  • Bikini Body Now!
  • Eat Up, Slim Down: Fat-Burning Meals and Low-Cal Cocktails
  • 31 Hot New Swimsuits for Your Shape


Watch Female Network in the coming weeks for behind-the-scenes photos from the cover shoot with Anne Curtis.



(Photos by Mike Dee)

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