The September issues are always the year's most talked about, but 2013 brought the most buzz to an unlikely glossy: Lucky. With Eva Chen now at the helm, the magazine has been getting more attention than ever before and all signs point to it being a promising beginning. Here's a look at some of the other notable covers.
Just when you think you've seen it all from Lady Gaga she brings us chopped hair and a bare chest.
Victoria Beckham strikes her signature pose wearing a lingerie-inspired Louis Vuitton look.
Doutzen Kroes in what is arguably the month's most awkward cover pose. On the plus side, the shot was beautifully styled by Jetteke van Lexmond.
The punk/grunge trend isn't going anywhere according to this Saskia de Brauw cover.
Cara Delevingne celebrated her 21st birthday with a W cover photographed by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. Inside she talks about turning to Rihanna for help.
Blame the colors and the full body pose, but this month's Amber Heard Flare cover looks like an 80s catalog.
Katy Perry goes mod for Elle UK.
Does Olivia Wilde really need to wear this much makeup?
British Harper's Bazaar
Gorgeous shot and gorgeous dress.
Models are back on the cover of Details with a tasteful shot featuring Tyson Ballou and Emily Didonato.
Magdalena Frackowiak stuns in a Dolce & Gabbana crown.
Glamour looking very Teen Vogue this month with Amanda Seyfried.
Harper's Bazaar Australia
Shot by Karl Lagerfeld, Scarlett Johansson looks mesmerizing in Dolce & Gabbana.
Eva Chen's much buzzed about first Lucky cover features Blake Lively and a more sophisticated look.
Marie Claire UK
Pink, is that you? Jessie J looking both tough and glam on the cover of this month's Marie Claire UK.
One of the eight beautiful covers created for Vogue China's anniversary.
What a bun on Cara Delevingne!
It seems the world will never tire of Sarah Jessica Parker covers. This one is backed by a Cathy Horyn editorial.
Short shorts are apparently here to stay for fall...
Anja Rubik covers Vogue Germany in a perfect-for-fall Prada cocktail look.
Jennifer Lawrence gets her first Vogue cover this month and while she may have been quickly labeled weird for the corresponding interview, the close-up shot that made the cover is beautiful — and not overly Photoshopped for once.
Is anyone else already sick of the oversized name plate rings and necklaces?