January 2013 Page 1
Cougartown‘s Courteney Cox fronts the very first issue of New You magazine, a quarterly publication focused on the latest in beauty and anti-aging products and technology. Naturally, the corresponding interview is all about Cox’s stance on the aging process and how she tries to “prolong the inevitable”.
We’ll admit: we had no idea ELLE Serbia existed until we received a tip about the mag’s latest cover.
Oftentimes, fashion magazine covers are all about the clothes and the styling. Other times, it is exactly the opposite, and they feature minimal garments. Harper’s Bazaar Espana‘s January cover most definitely falls into the latter category, and let’s just say that it is memorable. This is obviously NSFW.
Despite all that hullaballoo over Hedi Slimane‘s debut for Yves Saint Laurent, there’s no doubt that the clothes photograph well. The latest to give the collection its stamp of approval is Vogue, whose January cover features Gwen Stefani in a full Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane ensemble.
For those who are still skeptical about Kate Upton‘s foray into high-fashion, get this: she just snagged another Vogue cover, this time for British Vogue. This marks her second cover and third appearance in the mag, for those who are counting.
It’s always surprising to see Photoshop fails on magazine covers — it’s almost as if the editors don’t take a step back and really look at them. The latest questionable cut, unfortunately, is Kylie Minogue on the January cover of Elle UK. Let’s take a look.
Taylor Swift has certainly perfected her girly-girl style. She can always be counted on to wear sparkly gowns and frilly frocks that fit her girl-next-door-gone-glam persona. But all that changes in Harper’s Bazaar December/January issue, in which there’s nary a dress to be found within the cover star’s lengthy spread.