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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.
December magazine covers can usually be counted on to be festive, but Interview Russia‘s is the complete opposite. Instead Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell pose topless in a striking black and white cover pic.
Kendall Jenner is slowly moving up the modeling ranks, and her latest achievement is landing a Vogue cover!
Keira Knightley‘s right nipple, or lack thereof, on the December cover of Allure has been a hop topic these past few days. Was it airbrushed out, or is her hand just covering it? We’re leaning towards the former, but the mag’s editor-in-chief denies such a thing.
Unless Keira Knightley was born with only one nipple (which we know she wasn’t), Allure most definitely airbrushed her right one out of their December 2012 cover.
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.
There are many reasons we love Jennifer Lawrence — she plays kickass Katniss Everdeen in the Hunger Games, she’s stunning, and she’s real. We mean real real, as in she’s not afraid to speak her mind. Case in point: her B.S.-free Elle cover story.
Kate Upton‘s Vogue Italia cover is quite a coup for the model, and certainly gives her more street cred with the fashion pack. But she just can’t break free of the things her mama gave her, and the mag’s cover and editorial hones in on Upton’s best assets — which certainly isn’t a bad thing.
Selena Gomez may be only 20 years old, but she’s accomplished far more than we did when we were her age. Like being the youngest ever U.S. ambassador for UNICEF, busting out super catchy songs, landing Glamour‘s December cover, and being named the mag’s Woman of the Year. Did we mention she’s only 20?
Taylor Swift is many things, but a Cosmopolitan girl? We feel like she’d blush just reading the coverlines. Nevertheless, the pop star covers the mag’s December issue, wearing a purple tank and burgundy bandage skirt and apparently falling victim to an overzealous wind machine.
Kate Moss covers the December issue of Vanity Fair, and inside, she candidly reveals that her rise to the top wasn’t always glamourous. In fact, for her it was the exact opposite, and she opens up about having a nervous breakdown when she was just 17-years-old and feeling uncomfortable posing nude.
Well, Kate Upton has finally done it — the Sports Illustrated swimsuit model has landed her very first Vogue cover. The buxom blonde fronts Vogue Italia‘s November issue, which is no small fashion feat, especially for a model once deemed “too obvious” for the likes of Victoria’s Secret.
Don’t get us wrong — we love Britney Spears! From her good ol’ days as the princess of pop to her comeback, we’re big Brit-Brit fans. That’s why we’re sad to say that the hair she’s sporting on her upcoming December cover of Lucky is not a good look.
Kate Moss looks like she got caught in a very fashionable tropical storm on the November cover of Jalouse. Dressed in a Louis Vuitton x Yayoi Kusama raincoat, the super (and her perfectly tousled hair) poses in the midst of some artfully placed palm fronds. Frankenstorm Sandy, this is not.
Can you guess who it is?
Our girl crush Solange Knowles fronts the November issue of Elle South Africa, and the cover is so bright that we had to dim our laptop screens. But really, we mean: we’re obsessed.