Surprisingly, given that it’s election month, not many covers opted for a patriotic theme. The notable exception was Vogue, though it came at the expense of covetable cover fashion. It was, however, a big month for Louis Vuitton, which made its way onto a number of covers, as well as for Dakota Fanning, Amy Adams and Emily Blunt, all of whom graced multiple covers. Gigi Hadid also landed her second Vogue Paris cover of 2016. That’s not to say we didn’t see plenty of “traditional” models. Joan Smalls, Doutzen Kroes and Arizona Muse all gave us memorable shots this month, while Victoria Beckham and Gwyneth Paltrow continue to build their image of perfection with immaculately styled covers.
Here’s a look at all the aforementioned magazine covers and more as we highlight the best and worst that the November 2016 glossies had to offer.