Naomi Campbell graces the October 2014 cover of W Magazine, which features the supermodel looking glamorous in a white gown with plunging neckline by Roberto Cavalli, and a necklace and earrings designed by Dutch photography duo Inez & Vinoodh, who shot Campbell for the cover. Stay tuned for the magazine’s additional October covers featuring Charlotte Casiraghi and model of the moment Cara Delevingne.
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Chloë Grace Moretz is Teen Vogue’s October cover star, and looks every bit the young Hollywood starlet in the issue, where she stuns in a red lace Valentino gown, and strikes a pose alongside a peacock in a little black dress by Red Valentino. The If I Stay star opens up about staying grounded despite growing up in the spotlight, and what she loves about rumored boyfriend Brooklyn Beckham. Chloë tells Teen Vogue, “What I find really interesting about Brooklyn—and what I really love about that kid—is that he is passionate about what he wants, which is to be a professional soccer player. And I enjoy someone who is on my level with the seriousness kind of thing.” Check out the full cover story when the issue hits newsstands September 23.
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Beyoncé gives us lessons in how to be #flawless as CR Fashion Book’s cover star. The editorial, so very appropriately titled Queen B, was shot by Pierre Debusschere, while Givenchy’s Riccardo Tisci provided guest creative direction. Queen Bey teaches us how to rock a long t-shirt and corset combo while posing in front of a Chanel #surfbort, demonstrates the proper way to sport cat ears while decked out in a Saint Laurent cape and heels, and shows us that in order to pull off a top fashioned out of twisted Comme des Garçons knit sweaters, one must do a plié. Issue No. 5 of CR Fashion Book hits newsstands September 4, which also happens to be Queen Bey’s birthday.
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If you want to see something edgy, there is no doubt you can find it in the bi-annual VS magazine. Known for risk taking and trend setting, the artistic and visually stimulating magazine has released it’s double covers for fall-winter 2014 and they are photographs not to be missed.
With the simple title “Moments”. The cover offers that the issue will be taking on a “cinematic view on fashion and culture”. So, who better to grace the covers than two of Hollywood’s greatest starlets, Uma Thurman and Kristen Dunst.
Uma Thurman photographed by Ellen von Unwerth covers the magazine for her first time while Kristen lands her second cover photographed by Kayt Jones.
Both beauties look stunning in black and white and these teasers are making us overwhelmingly excited to open up the rest of the issue, we are sure you’ll feel the same!
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Wonderland’s September/October 2014 issue is inspired by teen cult phenomenon Mean Girls, with the comedy’s catchphrase “You Can’t Sit With Us!” printed on each cover. The issue boasts four separate covers, one of which features Mean Girls star Lindsay Lohan channeling her Plastics alter-ego in an all-pink Gucci ensemble. “Regulation hottie” Barbara Palvin does her best Regina George impression in a tiara and pigtails, while The Host star Saoirse Ronan is goth-chic in Tom Ford, and indie darling Stacy Martin is a retro schoolgirl in Miu Miu. We can’t wait to see additional Mean Girls throwbacks inside the issue, which hits newsstands September 4.
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Interview just released the images for its six September covers featuring actresses and models including Keira Knightley and Naomi Campbell. The issue hits newsstands this Thursday, with covers that feature women who represent beauty according to the world-renowned photographers who shot them for their respective covers.
Patrick Demarchelier’s stark black and white cover features a makeup-free Keira Knightley with dripping wet hair. Amber Valletta dons a menswear-inspired look in her second consecutive September cover for Interview, shot by Craig McDean. Daria Werbowy reminds us that sweater weather is fast approaching in her chilly beachfront cover shot by Mikael Jansson. Peter Lindbergh captures Léa Seydoux looking seductive in a classic updo and high collar dress. Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott shot their longtime muse Naomi Campbell looking flawless in nothing but gold jewelry. Last, but not least, Steven Klein captured Nicole Kidman living out every Twilight fan’s dream of being bitten by a vampire for his romantic fuchsia-hued cover.
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Vogue gives a nod to instafame for its pull out September 2014 cover, which features nine supermodels who have been dubbed “The Instagirls,” due to their social media savvy. The cover was shot by Mario Testino, and stars Joan Smalls, Cara Delevingne, Karlie Kloss, Arizona Muse, Edie Campbell, Imaan Hammam, Fei Fei Sun, Vanessa Axente, and Andreea Diaconu. The models have managed to launch themselves into supermodel status à la Naomi and Cindy by cleverly using their Instagram and Twitter accounts to build their brands and turn themselves into household names.
Check out a video of Vogue’s September cover girls discussing their #instafame on Vogue.com.
Gucci ambassador and newly minted lifestyle guru Blake Lively covers Marie Claire’s 20th Anniversary September issue. Lively stuns in a fresh, no-makeup look and sleeveless, crystal-embellished Gucci dress on the cover, shot by Guy Aroch. Lively dishes on married life with Ryan Reynolds, wanting kids and the inspiration behind her new lifestyle e-commerce website, Preserve. Read the full interview when the September 2014 issue hits newsstands August 19.
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Emma Ferrer, granddaughter of iconic film star Audrey Hepburn, channels her grandmother’s “Funny Face” character for the September issue of Harper’s Bazaar. It is only fitting that Ferrer is making her modeling debut in an editorial shot by Michael Avedon since his grandfather, Richard Avedon, considered Hepburn his muse and served as inspiration for Fred Astaire’s character in “Funny Face.” Ferrer shares Hepburn’s strong brows, large almond-shaped eyes and most importantly, her graceful presence. See the full editorial when the issue hits newsstands August 19.
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Rihanna goes tribal for the September issue of W, which has dubbed her “The World’s Wildest Style Icon.” Bad gal RiRi can be seen in looks that she describes as “Eskimo Horror” in the cover story, shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. Rihanna can also be seen looking ladylike alongside Naomi Campbell and Iman in an article profiling Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing in the upcoming issue.
See below for photos of Rihanna rocking a septum ring, posing with wolves and looking fierce in face paint.
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