Beyonce looking like she's a wax figure, Lindsey Wixson giving us her best retro sexpot and more of the best and worst of this month's glossy covers.
Agyness Deyn is back! Who knew head-to-toe stripes could not look ridiculously unflattering?
Anne Vyalitsyna looks like she got punched in the face and painted her black eye turquoise.
Is this Beyonce or her Madame Tussauds counterpart?
It kind of feels like there should be drool dripping from Karolina Kurkova’s mouth, but it's a fun cover nonetheless.
Cameron Diaz looks like a caricature of herself on the cover of this month’s Interview Russia.
Can’t you feel the sun shining on Lara Stone's face on this month’s Vogue Australia?
Sure they needed a picture to go with the headline Smile and it truly is impossible for Doutzen Kroes not to look gorgeous, but this shot feels very commercial.
This may read a little too Lolita for some, but Lindsey Wixson does a good job at pulling off the Sixties sexpot look.
In keeping with the Eyes Go Extreme cover headline, Kate Moss appears to have changed ethnicities courtesy of Photoshop.
No wonder Calvin Klein has enlisted Suvi Koponen for its latest campagn – she makes the no-makeup makeup look, look fantastic. And what a great hat!
Dazed & Confused
Mia Wasikowska makes for a convincing dazed and confused geisha on the cover of...Dazed & Confused.
This looks like a Teen Vogue cover gone horribly wrong.
The Fifth Element look is back and Iris Egbers pulls it off faultlessly.