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Azealia Banks‘s September Dazed & Confused cover was banned from newsstands in seven countries before we could even catch a glimpse. And now we know why — girl is blowing (smoking?) a raspberry-colored condom.
The September issue of British fashion/culture glossy Dazed & Confused featuring Harlem rapper/fashion darling Azealia Banks is due out in stores next week. Unless, that is, you live in one of the seven countries that have already banned the cover from hitting newsstands.
Rooney Mara is officially the cover model of the moment. One year ago, the actress appeared as The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo‘s Lisbeth Salander on the cover of W. This year she’s scored a trifecta of sorts: first Vogue, and now Dazed & Confused and Allure.
We can’t get over how stunningly-strikingly-phenomenally-breathtakingly perfect these images from Viviane Sassen‘s July Dazed & Confused editorial starring model Lisanne de Jong are.
We usually like the man (or lady!) to wear the clothes, instead of the clothes wearing the man (or lady!). We’ll make an exception, however, for Andrej Pejic‘s stunning spread in Dazed & Confused.
One of the many things we learned during Fashion Week was that Arizona Muse has officially made it — the striking beauty’s rise to fame has been nothing short of meteoric. Now not only can she count a Vogue profile among her latest accomplishments, she is also the only model to be featured in the entire March issue of Dazed & Confused.
No one does unconventional beauty better that Tilda Swinton. At 50, the Scottish-born actress, sometime model, muse and fashion rogue is the poster girl for elegant androgyny — complete with that oh-so-milky skin and towering frame. So we couldn’t help but swoon over the looker’s recent double cover for the May 2010 issue of London’s Dazed & Confused mag.