Took me a while to hunt this one down. The two track U.S. card sleeve CD singles lasted from 1992’s “Erotica” up through 1995’s “You’ll See”, after which Warner Bros. changed packaging to a card box with a plastic slide-out disc tray. Generally speaking they did only one print run of each single while the maxi-singles remain in print.
Front cover photo by Paolo Riversi. Back cover photo by Mike Penn. Design by Greg Ross.
“On September 1, 2002, top model Natalia Vodianova and Justin Portman, who had married in a civil ceremony before Lucas’s birth, had a Russian Orthodox wedding at St. Vladimir’s Cathedral, in Saint Petersburg. A lavish reception at the Palace of Catherine the Great followed, which included a seven-course dinner and Cossack dancers. There were 110 guests and one very overwhelmed translator. Tom Ford, one of Vodianova’s earliest supporters, designed her pearl-gray satin wedding dress. ‘I love Natalia, and I think she’s probably—if not the, then certainly one of the most beautiful women in the world right now,’ says Ford, ‘but when I see her with Justin and their son I love her even more. I mean, the three of them—they’re just adorable.’” – Vanity Fair, 2005
natalia vodianova with justin portman by mike penn