Karlie Kloss gives her signature feline glare wearing an oddball leather jacket. Though the cover may have been better suited for the holidays, it's an eye-catching editorial look.
If you're going to make a naked cover work when you're a fashion magazine, this is how you do it. Bonus points for the black and white.
Harper's Bazaar Australia
Lily Collins is perfectly styled and model-esque on this Harper's Bazaar Australia cover.
Justin who? All eyes have been on Selena Gomez as of late. Though our forums called the cover "creepy" and "disturbing," Selena fans will surely love seeing her pose in a Louis Vuitton Spring 2016 white net fringe top and red bra paired with a Miu Miu tiara.
Though appropriately "springy," there's something decidedly unglamorous and almost dowdy about Adele's outfit.
Marie Claire Spain
Andreja Pejic's first cover as a woman is perfection.
Love it or hate it, at least this shot of Aya Jones is unique.
The delectable David Beckham scored five covers for this issue of British GQ. Wouldn't it be nice if women were allowed to show off their frown lines too?
It's hard to focus on anything besides how matchy-matchy Drew Barrymore's brows and hair color are. And that awkwardly oversized rope tie around her neck...
One of the glossy's best covers in a very long time. Jessica Alba kills it in a power pose wearing a red two-piece suit and bralette.
She may look like she's in a lingerie ad, but Brie Larson, who is wearing a lace embroidered Givenchy dress, looks undeniably sultry.
Marie Claire may not be a beauty magazine, but the focus here is clearly on Dakota Johnson's crimson lips and her gorgeous bold lashes.
Why the disgusted look Lily James?
The dress may look dated but the oddball pose somehow works. And Lara Stone always gives good face.
Sure, this is a somewhat forgettable cover, but it’s undeniably spring-appropriate and Shailene Woodley's Delpozo Spring 2016 colorblock embellished dress is utterly covetable.
We get that Nylon is trying to be edgy, but it's hard to find something tasteful in the styling, makeup or hair here. Worse yet, Riley Keough's outfit feels forced and looks completely outdated.
The lovely Ashley Graham made history by being the first size 16 model to cover the annual swimsuit edition — and we couldn't be happier.
Karlie Kloss is styled as Black Widow for this cover image for Garage magazine‘s Spring/Summer 2016 issue. It’s one of five featuring models styled as Marvel superheroes (also featured are Adriana Lima as She-Hulk, Candice Swanepoel as Spider-Gwen, Lexi Boling as Captain Marvel and Cuba Tornado Scott as Thor). Karlie doesn't look half bad in a bowl cut!
Why did the mag have to make Rebel Wilson look like a grown-up Barbie?
Elle Fanning makes goth look fantastic on her first Vogue cover.
She may be accused of trying too hard, but Gigi Hadid's styling is great — and those abs!
Given that it's spring, couldn't Kendall Jenner have at least cracked a small smile?
Laid-back in a Marc Jacobs 90s grunge way, it's nice to see Allure go easygoing and light on makeup for its March issue.
Given how low the bar is set when it comes to Kylie Jenner taking a sophisticated shot, this cover isn't half bad.
It's always inspiring when a glossy, especially one targeting young women, goes for something light on makeup.
Even if you love to hate her, you have to admit Gwyneth Paltrow looks beautiful here.
It may look like Christmas, but it's always great to see a gorgeous model like Anna Ewers get a cover.
It was a strong month for Instagirls at the newsstand — Kylie and Kendall Jenner, and Bella and Gigi Hadid all scored major covers. Social media and tech darling Karlie Kloss also made multiple appearances. But don’t despair if you’re longing for non-omnipresent models on the covers of major glossies. March 2016 proved to offer a solid mix of up-and-comers and established stunners. It was also a welcome surprise to see a number of magazines opt for natural, almost makeup-free looks.
Here’s a look at all the aforementioned covers and more in our spotlight of the most memorable March 2016 glossies.