Miley Cyrus lands two major covers, Vogue Paris impresses with Lara Stone, and Emmy Rossum was raised by a Nazi nanny. That and more as we take a look at the best and worst of this month's glossies.
It may not be the most original cover, but Taylor Swift looks surprisingly natural.
This cover is supposed to reflect Emmy Rossum's "work ethic and her industrial-strength sex appeal." Inside she talks about being raised by a Nazi nanny...great.
Can Vogue Paris do any wrong?
Sports Illustrated 50th Anniversary
Pretty sure this is what boys' dreams are made of.
It's almost hard to focus on Miley Cyrus and her much buzzed about bleached out eyebrows with all the gorgeous jewelry layered on her fingers and wrists.
At least for once, Kristen Stewart doesn't look bored or as though she's about to roll her eyes.
This cover may be boderline drag queen, but isn't that partly why we love Lady Gaga?
Anja Rubik bares a breast on the cover of Vogue Russia and though it makes for a refreshingly original pose, how could anyone want to take off such a beautiful Gucci dress!?
Marie Claire UK
Did anyone else barely recognize Claudia Schiffer?
Emma Watson covers and guest edits the Feb/March issue of Wonderland. Not only is it a fantastic issue with tons of celebrity cameos, but the actress looks gorgeous on the cover.
Miley channels her inner Marilyn.
Net-a-Porter's much-buzzed-about magazine makes its debut with Gisele Bündchen on the cover. No one ever went wrong putting Gisele on a cover.
Harper's Bazaar UK
It's almost painful to say that this Rosie Huntington-Whiteley cover is unfortunate (blame the hair) because it was styled by the magazine's Global Fashion Director Carine Roitfeld and photographed by Karl Lagerfeld. It feels way too costume.
Those eyes! Thanks Numero for having the guts to feature more than just pretty, natural makeup.
Forget the cover (though with so many stars it's hard to resist), what everyone really wanted to know was the details on the Gwyneth Paltrow "takedown."
The eyes may be a little too intensely rimmed, but otherwise a delightful spring-themed cover.
Nose ring aside, Daria Werbowy — and her enviable tan — are pure perfection.
Rihanna looking nearly makeup-free for her third US Vogue cover.