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Justin Bieber and his perfectly styled coif cover the May issue of Teen Vogue. We can already hear the tweens around the world screaming…
It’s Lady Gaga‘s 27th birthday today! To celebrate, we’ve rounded up Mother Monster’s most out-there covers to date, from her hair-raising (and pink-haired) appearances on Vogue, to the locked-and-loaded lingerie she donned for Rolling Stone.
Survey says: maybe! We got our hands on what might just be a leaked cover for the Brit mag’s May issue. Take a peek…
Katie Holmes has the head-to-toe sultry summer look down pat for the magazine’s April cover.
The April covers are pouring in, and while some are great (Michelle Obama, anyone?) others have us confused. Where is Miranda Kerr‘s shoulder? Why is Brit Marling making that face? Who thought those earrings were a good idea? We investigate.
This year is shaping up to be even bigger than the last for Kate Upton, as we have word straight from Samsung that she will be be covering the June issue of US Vogue.
Nicki, is that you?! The perennially wigged-out, neon-lipped, falsies-sporting rapper covers the April issue of Elle, and the glossy convinced her to ditch the day-glo in favor of a way more natural look. Check her out…
The rumors were true: Michelle Obama is on the April cover of Vogue! And, dare we say, this one is even better than the first. Why? Well, the bangs for starters, plus a certain second-term President makes a cameo inside. If you had any doubt that Anna Wintour deserved that promotion yesterday, a coup like this should clear that right up.
Taylor Swift‘s face has been smiling, smizing, and otherwise staring out at us from newsstands everywhere for the better part of the past year. The 23-year-old kicked off her cover spree with Vogue‘s February 2012, and since then has covered Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, and Vanity Fair, to say nothing of the countless tabloid covers she’s popped up on with boyfriends Conor Kennedy and Harry Styles (They’re on the rocks! They’re moving in together! He’s cheating!). It’s enough to make even the biggest fan of Swift’s music feel exhausted. And, lo and behold, WWD published their report of 2012 newsstand sales today, and it looks like Swift’s covers haven’t been the sales coup the publishers were expecting. But why? We have some hypotheses.
Is Kate Moss putting on the bunny ears for Playboy? Survey says: …
It’s no shirt, no pants, no problem for the star in this feature.
Numéro Russia has released the cover of its debut issue, and supermodel Naomi Campbell gets the top honor of fronting it.
Back in 2011, Marc Jacobs caused a bunch of hullaballoo with his Oh, Lola! fragrance ad featuring Dakota Fanning, which was banned in the UK for “sexualizing a child“. Fanning hasn’t said anything about the banned ad — until Glamour‘s March issue.
The original supers like Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss, and Stephanie Seymour still land magazine covers, editorials, and ad campaigns here and there, but they have had to share the spotlight with younger models, celebs, actresses, and sadly, reality stars. Well, Campbell is not going to stand for that, and in an interview with Celebuzz, says that models like her want to take back the mag covers for good.
Fact: Lauren Conrad‘s tresses would totally beat ours in a hair-off. She experiment with trends and nails it every time, and while we won’t take her advice on business, we will gladly take her advice on haircare.
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”.
Nicole Kidman fronts The Hollywood Reporter‘s Sundance issue, and is it just us or does she does look like Taylor Swift on the cover of February Vogue?