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There’s nothing like Miranda Kerr talking to make you feel horribly guilty about whatever it is you’re planning to do/ingest this weekend. Her most recent interview, which lies within the pages of that creepy Vogue cover supposedly featuring Kate Winslet, is testament to this fact.
On Monday we were shocked when Vogue tried to pass of this person as the beautiful Kate Winslet on the cover of their November 2013 issue. But at least the removal of any traces of her mortality made us feel something. It’s no secret that Vogue‘s covers aren’t the most inspiring on the newsstand, and over the last 12 months they seem to have been particularly reliant on a large subscriber base to sell issues.
Vogue US’ November 2013 cover girl is none other than the beautiful Kate Winslet. At least we think it is. It could also be Diane Kruger, Gwen Stefani, Candice Swanepoel, Meryl Streep’s long-lost sister or a generic model from any given hair advertisement.
She leaps! She laughs! She wears bikinis! Congrats, Kate, you’re officially one of Anna‘s girls now.
We write about magazine covers a lot. We speculate, we question, we mock, we praise. And every month we have a new batch of glossies to analyze! We’re not the only ones with a cover fetish, though. An industrious poster over at Fashin has put together an artful look at the past year in mags.