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Kate Upton is American Vogue’s June ‘Dream Girl’

Image via Vogue Kate Upton's US Vogue cover: no longer a distant dream. The Sports Illustrated model has been one of fashion's more polarizing figures ever since it became clear that she was trying to make the transition from swimsuit to high fashion.  Her trajectory through the Vogue family: a swimwear story for Vogue Spain […]

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Cara Delevingne Covers the First-Ever ‘Miss Vogue’ (& Kate Moss Covers Mother Title, British Vogue)

Back in January, British Vogue announced that it would be launching a 127-page supplement, Miss Vogue. Though the new title launches with its mother glossy on May 6, the publication will feature separate original content aimed at teenagers and the forever young. The debut cover was released online this morning and it pitch-perfectly features British model […]

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My Condolences to Miley Cyrus Fans (V Magazine Summer 2013)

Miley Cyrus has a lot of devoted fans, but even if you count yourself among them, you'll have to agree that her just-released V magazine covers are, at best, disappointing. Since the pop star looks uncharacteristically confused, distant and awkward, I'm just going to assume that one of the V interns spiked all the coffee with hallucinogens the […]

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Here’s Adele’s Second ELLE Music Issue Cover

I think that since I'm one of those rare freakazoids that isn't transcendentally moved by Adele's music ("it's fine"), I'm maybe not allowed to have an opinion about her second ELLE 'Women in Music' cover (she previously appeared on the glossy's May 2011 Issue and was one of eight cover stars. This time around, ELLE will also run […]

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Crowd Pleasers vs. Critical Darlings: Style.com/Print Ranks the Fall 2013 Runways (Sneak Peek!)

This morning, we're happy to bring you a sneak peek of Style.com/Print's Fall 2013 Issue. For Spring 2013, the biannual magazine impressed us with a cover featuring industry favorite Cara Delevingne, photographed by Matt Irwin, and an edition chockfull of on-point Fashion Week coverage. This season, the glossy changed gears, featuring the more obscure Swedish […]

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Come Look at Michelle Obama’s Vogue Cover!

At around midnight last night, Vogue's highly anticipated April 2013 cover appeared on the publication's Facebook page. Michelle Obama, photographed by Annie Leibovitz, wears a dark cerulean Reed Krakoff dress with eggplant paneling. And salmon pink lipstick. Against an apple green backdrop (really enjoying the process of identifying colors at this stage in my life). She looks niiiiice. She […]

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People Disappointed That Taylor Swift’s Face Not Really Selling Magazines

Today's WWD reports that although Taylor Swift can't stop landing magazine covers — Vogue February 2012, Glamour November, Harper’s Bazaar and Cosmopolitan for December, Elle this month and Vanity Fair for April 2013 (pictured) — she's not particularly good at selling issues. Despite her huge and seemingly loyal fan-base, most of the magazines she covers do merely average issue […]

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Tina Turner Covers Vogue Germany

Here's a 73-year-old Tina Turner on the cover of Vogue Germany. "Simply the best!" reads the cover line, accurately.  Photographed by Claudia Knoepfel and Stefan Indlekofer and styled by Nicola Knels in Giorgio Armani, the performer/legend is possibly the oldest person to cover an issue of Vogue, ever. This is also her first Vogue cover. (As Fashionista points […]

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“The Latest Sexist Thing We’re Not Pleased About”

Ever since trailblazing Cosmpolitan editor Helen Gurley Brown's Sex and the Single Girl encouraged 1960s women to be financially independant and maintain uncommited but fulfilling and shame-free sexual relationships while being firmly commited to femininity and man-worship, the publication has had a complicated relationship to feminism.  So it's not surprising to see a headline which reads, […]

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Numero Pseudo-Apologizes for “African Queen” Editorial

This morning, The Huffington Post reached out to Numero for comment about the controversial editorial called "African Queen" which featured, in the fashion magazine's very own words, "the American [read: white] model Ondria Hardin posing as an 'African queen,' her skin painted in black." Here's the statement Numero sent back, in full: "Some people have […]

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Beyonce Covers The Gentlewoman

Image via TFS Forums Following her recent Super Bowl halftime show performance, here's Beyoncé photographed by Alasdair McLellan for the cover of The Gentlewoman, a completely different kind of platform. The biannual style publication has a singular reputation in the world of magazines: it's known for its wit and impeccable sense of style — a magazine for […]

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