Choupette graces Vogue, Chanel's hula hoop bag makes yet another appearance, patchwork denim is put in the spotlight and more of the best and worst of this month's magazine covers.
Kinee Diouf covers this month’s Vogue Netherlands captured in a refreshingly unique camera angle.
Cosmopolitan Australia is looking very Teen Vogue this month with its Zooey Deschanel cover.
Serena Williams shows off her toned arms and shoulders in a decidedly non-sporty strapless blue ombre Carmen Marc Valvo swimsuit.
Following last year’s September Glamour Victoria Beckham cover, which featured the designer in a bubble bath, the glossy’s UK edition opted for a similarly stripped down cover featuring Aussie Rebel Wilson.
Cheryl Cole covers this month’s InStyle in a surprisingly fashion-forward Dolce & Gabbana dress.
Maria Claire UK
Not only is it not the most fashionable dress, but Alicia Keys’ pose looks nothing if not forced.
Perfect arches, gorgeous lips and a flawless complexion, Helena Bonham Carter looks beautiful and remarkably tame fashion-wise (a Ralph Lauren dress and an Agent Provocateur corset) on the cover of British Vogue.
Please, let’s not let patchwork denim become a thing…
Harper's Bazaar UK
Art meets fashion with this month’s Harper's Bazaar UK July cover featuring supermodel Stella Tennant. Harper’s also released two covers dedicated to artist Gary Hume whose work is exhibited at London's Tate.
Fittingly shot by Karl Lagerfeld, Choupette lands on the cover of Vogue Germany with Linda Evangelisa.
Bette Franke goes mod with the much buzzed about Chanel hula hoop bag for the cover of Vogue Japan.