When it comes to embracing your curves, there isn't a sexier role model than J.Lo.
Alisa Ahmann should be your inspiration to let your curls run wild this season.
Dressed like twins, this Anja Rubik and Sasha Pivovarova cover is a bit eerie. However, our forums loved the flawless use of Photoshop.
Harper's Bazaar UK
Cate Blanchett showing off some winter wedding inspiration.
A sexy, but not particularly riveting, cover.
Even Doutzen Kroes fans won't find much to love here. The outfit! The makeup! The hair! Those awful flowers...
This Emmanuelle Alt-styled cover of a retro-looking Edie Campbell was almost unanimously panned by our forums.
Julianne Hough looks a touch cheesy in a black and silver beaded swimsuit, but as far as Cosmopolitan covers go, this one is solid.
An awkward pose and a clownish dress does nothing for hot young star Chloë Grace Moretz. Anyone else just want to snatch that flower off?
Jennifer Lawrence looking appropriately glamorous, though some accessories wouldn't have hurt.
While we haven't seen Naomi Campbell sport a look like this before, the cover appears unoriginal and forced. Let's bring back high-glam Naomi...
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley looks like she's ready for a nap.
Since when do PJs belong on Vogue covers?
W magazine‘s The Movie Issue hits with a slew of big names, including Carey Mulligan, Rooney Mara, Saoirse Ronan, Margot Robbie, Jane Fonda, Jake Gyllenhaal, Amy Schumer and Charlize Theron. For her flawless complexion alone, Rooney for the win...
Jessica Alba gets her first Vogue cover and while she looks undeniably beautiful, there's a glaring lack of fashion in her styling.
Harper's Bazaar Spain
A beautiful cover right down to Penélope's freckles!
One for the books! Easily the best cover of the month and the most memorable one in a very long time for American Vogue.
A surprisingly understated (in a good way!) cover. Who knew Kylie would work the less is more look...
Don't try this at home, but the Technicolor makeup works for a cover and is fitting on 16-year-old model Lily-Rose Depp. (Our forums beg to differ, however.)
Taraji P. Henson, Viola Davis, Olivia Wilde, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Priyanka Chopra are ELLE magazine’s Women in TV to watch this month. Cookie would surely be proud of this shot.
Just when you think you've seen it all, Lady Gaga surprises us with a post-sex selfie. At least it's not another bodysuit shot...
Let's save the barrel curls and huge smile for catalogs, not fashion glossies.
It may have still been a poor showing in terms of diversity — even glossies like Vogue China and Vogue Japan opted for white women — but it was a strong month for models. Aside from supermodels like Naomi Campbell and Doutzen Kroes, there were also up-and-comers like Johnny Depp’s 16-year-old daughter Lily-Rose Melody Depp. Technicolor made a strong showing, as did skimpy dresses covered with lightweight winter coats. The real point of interest, however, was that the most shocking glossy this month was not Lady Gaga or J.Lo, but a humorous shot for Vogue‘s February issue. Apparently, we don’t give Anna Wintour enough credit for having a sense of humor.
Here’s a look at all the aforementioned covers and more in our spotlight on the most memorable February 2016 magazine covers.