Elle Fanning on the cover of 'Fashion.'
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With Maleficent hitting theaters in just a few weeks, Elle Fanning is about to be LITERALLY EVERYWHERE. But we couldn't possibly be more thrilled about it, because not only is Elle poised and smart and knows how to wear Rodarte, but she might actually be a Disney princess IRL.
There's no question as to why she was cast as Sleeping Beauty. Between her fair skin and gorgeous white-blonde hair that looks like it was spun by a fairy godmother, we'd believe you if you told us she was half human girl, half Walt Disney-drawn heroine. And she's never looked more like she just stepped off the screen of an animated movie than on her new cover of Fashion magazine. Wearing a flower-festooned pink dress that was made by Claes Iversen and, undoubtedly, magic, she basically looks like Aurora personified.
Miley Cyrus for 'Fashion' magazine.
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Another day, another Miley Cyrus magazine cover, AMIRITE? But wait—there’s something different about this one. I can’t quite put my finger on what it is, but it definitely stands out. *scratches head* Is it the lipstick? Nah, she sports that shade of red on the reg. *strokes imaginary beard* The hair? No, that’s pretty standard, too. OH. *light bulb* SHE’S CLOTHED! I mean, mostly. She’s at least wearing more than what we’re used to seeing her in these days (nothing), which, in Miley’s words, puts her in a class of her own. “What I wear adds a factor that other girls can’t compete with,” Miley told the mag. Go on brush ya shoulders off!
Demi Lovato for "Fashion" Canada.
Photo: Fashion Canada/Chris Nicholls
Welp, that Just Cavalli dress is one way to turn heads on newsstands! AMIRITE? Thank you, FASHION magazine, for this gorgeous cover snap of our girl Demi Lovato. D pops off the page in this tropical, multi-patterned bodycon dress with almost-peplum details at the waist. Her hair is dark, dating the shoot to at least pre-May of this year, and her makeup (done by Mai Quynh) is natural and fresh-faced save a boldly kohl-lined cat eye and an immaculately sculpted brow. Pairing a dress THAT vibrant with a more subdued beauty look seems like the right balance. It ALSO gives you enough outfit cap room to add giant gobstopper-sized drop Mawi earrings. *WINK*
Selena Gomez on the cover of "Fashion Magazine."
Photo: Courtesy of "Fashion Magazine"
Oh, girl. Selena Gomez done DONE it again! You may remember her smolderingly adult chicness in a little multipage spread for Elle Mexico. Sel rocked the understated classy DAYLIGHTS out of that shoot, and she's now brought her seasoned cover girl chops to Canada's Fashion Magazine. Though the spread isn't quite as exhaustive as the Elle one, she's nonetheless exuding boatloads of self-assured maturity that we would totally bottle and pawn off as our own if we could. The soft drape of this plum jersey dress, its classy but also seductive wide neckline, the balancing of all that collarbone with a demure three-quarter length sleeve, even the ease with which she carries those humongous earrings without flinching—they're all proof that girl's a pro; she knows what she's doing.