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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?
For someone who is so frequently referred to as a “fashion darling,” Rooney Mara sure seems uncomfortable with every last facet of the role. The 27-year-old covers the February issue of Vogue, and while she looks enough at ease in the David Sims-lensed spread, her interview with Hamish Bowles tells another story entirely.
Lena Dunham beat everyone to the punch by leaking her own Interview cover on Instagram. Nicely done.
There were a serious lack of magazine covers featuring Beyoncé‘s gorgeous mug last year. But thanks to GQ, we’ve got the very first one of 2013, and it is hottt.
We’re glad to see that model of the moment Cara Delevingne is making a serious face on the cover of LOVE‘s “Clean” issue, if only because we were starting to get worried that she was proving the old adage “don’t cross your eyes or they’ll stay that way” true.
Unlike other pregnant celebs who strip down for magazine covers,
Angela Chase Claire Danes kept her clothes on for the cover of ELLE‘s February issue. In fact, the new mom doesn’t even look like she was eight months pregnant at the time of the photoshoot with her first child with Hugh Dancy.
Throughout her career, Heidi Klum has had to strip down to her skivvies more than once. In her latest interview with Ocean Drive, the 39-year-old German beauty opens up about how young models should say no to posing nude, and how photographers have helped her stay classy even during provocative shoots.
2012 ended with several major baby announcements for Kate Middleton, Jessica Simpson, and Kim Kardashian. But in a new interview with ELLE UK, cover girl Scarlett Johansson says that kids aren’t in her forecast anytime soon.
Vogue Italia has something of a spotty history when it comes to dealing with race in its pages. For their January issue, however, the glossy has tapped Chinese model Fei Fei Sun, and after leafing through our mental archive of Vogue covers and consulting the trusty Google machine, we’re pretty darn sure this is the first time an Asian model has ever fronted the magazine all by her lonesome. And the resulting images? Flawless.
22-year-old Jennifer Lawrence — actress, fashion darling, and Marie Claire South Africa’s January cover star — certainly isn’t a party animal. In fact, she admitted to the magazine that she’s actually a bit of a homebody.
Songstress and fashion icon Lana Del Rey has already proved that she mas modeling chops, with both a Vogue cover and an H&M campaign under her belt. And on the December cover of Obsession, she looks like she could’ve just stepped off the set of Mad Men and into the magazine’s pages.
We’ll admit: we had no idea ELLE Serbia existed until we received a tip about the mag’s latest cover.