You know fall sets in when your mailbox gets weighed down by hefty September issues. We scoured the database to see which publications live up to the hype of the annual fall fashion issue parade and here are our results for the best and worst covers.
If there’s two things we know it’s that fashion and Freja go hand in hand, so kudos to Vogue British for their cover.
Christina Ricci has been making a major comeback in the style scene and this print heavy wide-eyed Nylon cover suits her (and the mag) well.
Tongue out and ice cream in her eye, Lindsey Wixson and i-D magazine aren’t taking fall fashion so seriously, they’re having fun, which we’re big fans of!
Now we’re not huge fans of Twilight at MyFDB, but there’s no denying how captivating Kristen Stewart appears in this glamorously seductive cover for W.
Beyonce gracing the cover of Bazaar? Yes, and she works wonders in front of photog Alexi Lubomirski.
Blushing model bride Kate Moss on the cover of US Vogue…enough said. The magazine practically sells itself.
Jessica Alba is a doll in an LBD, but Lucky‘s pink text is completely overshadowing the actress.
The same issue is found on GQ British‘s September cover. More Bar Refaeli, less words.
Numero‘s black and white cover looks great, it’s just at tad overcrowded with five models being featured.
Muse‘s cover shot, which is normally more artistic and fashion forward, feels a bit cheesy by placing the words “Full On!” above Doutzen Kroes‘ cleavage.
We’re on the fence about GQ Italia‘s cover. We like seeing Rooney Mara promote her character in “Girl With The Dragon Tattoo”, but we’d also like to see the actress’ natural beauty.
Town & Country? Although, we are Hemingway fans, this magazine is still around and we’re not sure why.