Sigrid makes a splash on her first major cover, impressively so for i-D's 300th issue
Tasha Tilberg makes a comeback after walking for Alexander Wang's F/W show
Raquel and masked friend on a cheeky cover of i-D
For the mere fact Anja Rubik finally gets an important and well-earned Vogue Paris cover, I'm sold!
Something inherently cheesy about this cover, perhaps the fiery flames? But Karen Elson is always a respectable cover model.
Vogue ages Cameron in an all-white ensemble and leprechaun green cutlines
Sandra Bullock doesn't look bad, but this cover has convinced me that the graffiti font just doesn't work for Bazaar
Megan Fox and her intense brows in a Versace dress surely promoting the new Transformers blockbuster
Allure manages to make Jessica Biel looks soft for once, too bad she douchily complains her 'good looks' prevent her from getting good roles. "It really is a problem," she says. "I have to be blunt." Bluntly mediocre.
Ginnifer Goodwin doesn't seem to fit Steven Klein's dark vision at all on W! And she looks dang uncomfortable, so uncomfortable that I actually feel bad for her.
Jessica Simpson - 'nough said! Vanity Fair gets an F for topicality.
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