They’re Heeerrreee… fall’s official entry isn’t complete until the fashion elite have doled out their big issue darlings — the overstuffed and iconic September issues of fashion tomes like Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar and Elle. This season ushers in covers featuring a spate of prerequisite celebs like Chloë Grace Moretz, Rihanna and Blake Lively, the triumphant return of the supermodel, one iconic beauty’s grand-daughter, and several nods to 60′s-inspired fashion.
So here we go. Let’s take a gander at the covers that will be eating up space on your coffee table for the next month. Vive Septembre!read more
Marie Claire has reached out to some of the big screens most celebrated young beauties in a cover girl bonanza—5 showbiz “it” girls, 5 covers, and a rush of spring looks and hues. The beauty mag’s Young Hollywood issue tapped Game of Thrones’ actress Emilia Clarke, Oscar winner and newest face of Lancôme Lupita Nyong’o, House of Cards actress Kate Mara, Maleficent star Elle Fanning, and the celebrated Elizabeth Olsen to all star on individual covers, unveiling a 5 is better than one approach when it comes to their May issue.
These golden gals are interviewed in their respective issues, talking about style and their careers, sometimes waxing about the physical changes and demands required of being a sought-after star. We’re pining over the season-perfect pix below!
Razzle dazzle! The holiday season is rife with opportunities to pull out your dressy finest — from jewel-encrusted jackets to rich velvet capes — with the number one over-the-top trend ringing in with the flurry. Of course we mean feathers!
This season is a fanciful rush of feathers embellishing clothing, jewelry, handbags, and even shoes. This burlesque-ish fave is being favored by designers like Dries Van Noten, Alexander McQueen, and Paul Andrews and is popping on on some serious fashion heavies — does Anna Dello Russo ring a bell? Not to mention the divine feature in a recent issue of Marie Claire touting the party-girl merits of feathers.
But just how does one wear this fluttery trend? Keeping your pairing simple is a great way to embrace this latest look without resembling a Parisian showgirl. Under dress a full feather skirt with a simple knit sweater and bejeweled clutch, or pair a plain leather skirt with a feather embellished top to keep the look in the realm of wearable. Or don’t — just go on and don yourself from head to toe. In this season of cocktail soirees and opportunities for overkill, we’re pretty sure your friends will forgive you.
While you’re busy sneaking in that last minute X-mas shopping, the fashion world is once again a step ahead of the game. You’re prepping for Santa and they’re already well into the New Year’s celebrations with the magazine racks revealing a seriously snazzy array of January 2013 covers.
Celebrities dominate the mags, with Jessica Chastain continuing her reign as celebrity-du-jour, gracing a lion’s share of the glossies by scoring covers of GQ, Elle, Deutch Vogue, and, of course, the 4 art-inspired W covers that we fawned over previously. Pop stars Gwen Stephanie (Vogue and Marie Claire) and Kylie Minogue (Elle) are also on-hand, as are actresses Jessica Biel (Elle), Gwyneth Paltrow (InStyle), Anne Hathaway (Glamour), Sienna Miller (Harper’s Bazaar and Harper’s Bazaar UK), and Kate Bosworth (Harper’s Bazaar Australia.) And let’s not forget the supermodels — there’s Kate Upton (Vogue UK), Joan Smalls (Vogue Japan and Vogue Brash) and Carolyn Murphy (Vogue Australia.) So yes, the 2013 covers are, in a word: dazzling. Take a look for yourself!
If next month’s mags are any indication, editors are going crazy for celebrity cover models. Could it be that the past few months September Issue/ Fashion Week madness has led to model overload? Nevermind, magazines like Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, Marie Claire, Glamour, Vogue are all eschewing the haute couture super-models (at least for now) in favor of a host of red-carpet beauties including Salma Hayek, Sarah Jessica Parker, Taylor Swift, Nicole Kidman, Natasha Poly, Jennifer Lawrence and Diane Kruger. But the proof is in the pudding — so here’s the pudding. Soon to be hitting newsstands, here are some of our favorite November 2012 editions celebrity-adorned covers: