Bella Thorne on the cover of 'Seventeen.'
Photo: Seventeen Magazine
We still have over a month until summertime *officially* starts, but Bella Thorne is making us want to have a beach day, like, TODAY. In the latest issue of Seventeen magazine, Bella looks sunkissed and gorgeous in her seaside photo shoot, and we can't help wishing we could join her...even if the ocean water is still about 30 degrees.
For her cover photo, Bella wears a colorful striped bikini and cropped palm-print sweatshirt—so maybe she's aware of the too-cool-for-sunbathing temperatures, too? That bright color scheme continues throughout the inside spread, with Bella rocking everything from a cobalt-blue crop top to a lime-green monokini.
Jennifer Lawrence for 'Marie Claire.'
Photo: Marie Claire
Just when we were getting excited about the increasingly warmer weather, Jennifer Lawrence goes and makes us wish it was still winter. The actress looks bright and summery on the June 2014 cover of Marie Claire, but the inside photos are a different story. She models a variety of outerwear options in the spread, which is totally unfair since we likely won't elect to steal her looks for another five months (once you lose the tights, you don't go back until fall, amirite?).
J-Law rocks two different knee-length coats in the mag—a preppy gray Céline and a BRIGHT pink Dior that would cost me about six months rent to buy. But I'm kind of obsessed with it, so I might consider becoming homeless for half a year.
Elle Fanning on the cover of 'Interview.'
Despite her baby face and sweet demeanor Elle Fanning is not your average teenage girl—a fact made abundantly clear by her Interview magazine cover story. For one, the interview was conducted by Scarlett Johansson (Elle's friend and We Bought a Zoo co-star, NBD), and the two swap stories about Paris and what it was like growing up in the Hollywood spotlight—y'know, the stuff you and your friends chat about at brunch. Also, the chat is accompanied by a photo editorial chock full of vintage looks (we're having MAJOR Virgin Suicides flashbacks), only with a hint of edginess, thanks to the addition of swimsuit tops. If you thought those bad boys could only be worn with coverups off the beach, think again. Check out the eight ways to style a bikini top, as taught by Elle Fanning:
1. Under a fur coat.
Elle Fanning for 'Interview.'
We never thought we’d see the day, but Robert Pattinson has momentarily taken a break from his A+ brooding stare for this latest cover of French magazine Première. Maybe he misunderstood the photographer’s directions to give his best blue steel impression? Instead, he’s literally blue and also very sad looking. TBH, we would be too if our makeup looked like we tripped over an oil painting.
Demi Lovato on the cover of 'Cosmopolitan for Latinas.'
Photo: Cosmopolitan for Latinas
Demi Lovato has already had quite an eventful 2014. We can't get enough of her ever-changing hairstyles or fierce Neon Lights Tour, and it seems we're not alone. For the summer issue of Cosmopolitan for Latinas, Demi was dubbed "Fun, Fearless Latina of the Year"—congrats, girl! We can't think of anyone more worthy. Demi looks absolutely gorgeous and dolled up on the cover (love those bird tats on display!), but we have a feeling she grabbed her makeup remover as soon as the shoot was over. “I feel sexiest when I’m comfortable," Demi told Cosmo. "This means when I’m in my element onstage, and also when I’m wearing a T-shirt, jeans, my leather jacket, and no makeup!” She IS the master of the no-makeup selfie, after all.
Dylan O'Brien on the cover of 'Fashionisto.'
Photo: Fashionisto Magazine
With Teen Wolf on hiatus, there has been a severe lack of Dylan O'Brien in our lives. Sure, we spotted him at the MTV Movie Awards, but that wasn't enough. We're used to seeing him for at least one hour per week and anything less just makes us sad. Luckily, Fashionisto Magazine has done us a solid by putting Dylan on one of the covers for Issue 10. Not only is he on the cover—he's on it in a suit, which is a sight you don't get to see very often.
The issue, which has a focus on perfecting your cool blue wardrobe palette—hence the all blue Calvin Klein suit—shows a dressier side to Dylan that we are fairly unfamiliar with. Well, now, we are no longer unfamiliar, people. We now firmly know that dressy side exists, and we like it. A lot.
Rihanna just chillin.
Photo: Mario Sorrenti/Lui Magazine
On the new issue of the French men’s magazine Lui, Rihanna is looking very au natural—this time without her hands as a censor. WOWOWOWOW. For her being sans shirt (and pants, for that matter), there's a surprising amount of styling at work. Of course, we all know where the eye gravitates, so I’m just going to put it out there: Rihanna has a screw through her nipple. (Recall our first hint at it when she wore a cardigan—and only a cardigan—to Chanel’s Fall 2014 show.) It's not pictured here because we have RULES, but you can peep it for yourself over at Lui. Ouch? Maybe it's just us, but somehow, Rihanna’s bucket hat and braids steal the show, despite all the skin. V. '90s. We like.
Rihanna for 'Vogue Brazil.'
Photo: @badgalriri Instagram
Rihanna's Vogue Brazil shoot is the gift that keeps on giving. Last week we saw the first of her topless photos for the magazine and then her two covers and another clothing-minimal photo from the shoot. Today, Rih shared nine photos from the magazine and they're gorgeous. Holding true to her affinity for not wearing shirts, the bulk of the photos feature Rihanna in various pairs of shorts and a ton of accessories. And...nothing else. In one shot she's lounging on the beach in an oversized straw hat with arms and ears full of gold.
One of Rihanna's 'Vogue Brazil' covers.
Photo: @badgalriri Instagram
Earlier this week, Vogue Brazil posted the first of the photos from its shoot with Rihanna in Brazil. She was topless and presumably doing dishes in a lot of jewelry. There was a leaked topless cover floating around as well, but it turns out, it wasn't the cover. It was neither of the covers. That's right, there are two.
The first features Rih in a plunging gold dress and arms full of gold bracelets and cuffs. She has the wet hair trend going, though considering the shoot's beach location, it seems fully plausible that her hair just got wet and since it looks perfect, they decided to keep it that way.
Kiernan Shipka for 'Scene.'
Photo: Scene magazine
Kiernan Shipka is looking more and more adult every day. The 14-year-old has miraculously bypassed the early teen awkward stage that every other mortal goes through. But it’s not just her killer sense of style that gives her an air of sophistication. Kiernan also carries herself and speaks like she’s secretly 32. In her cover story for Scene magazine, this is more evident than ever as the Mad Men breakthrough star talks about everything from her favorite band Haim (a girl after my own heart) to her style icon Grace Kelly.