The Jonas Brothers on the cover of 'FAULT' Magazine.
Photo: Udo Spreitzenbarth/'FAULT' Magazine
If we’ve seemed at all out of sorts lately, it’s because we’ve really been struggling to fill a huge void in our lives—but fear not! Because that void is about to be refilled. Collectively, the Jonas Brothers have been AWOL for the past few months—and while we understand that they can’t do everything together all the time, it’d be a lot easier for us to keep track of their handsome mugs (and avoid future life-voids) if they just stayed in the same place. Forever. We’ve got a whole lot of love for plenty of other boy bands out there, but the JoBros are special. The JoBros are, well, BROS. And there’s something pretty presh about keeping harmonies in the family. (Also because, eyebrows.)
So, when we got word that Joe, Kevin and Nick would all be appearing on the cover of FAULT Magazine’s Fall 2013 issue at the same time AND talking about their new album, V, we swooned SO hard—like, right here at our desks. It was basically like watching a bunch of really stylish dominoes topple over in graceful succession. (FYI: No one was injured in said swooning.) Once we recovered, we peeped some shots from their “illumination”-themed shoot, and then we swooned again. JK we just squealed really loud instead because HI, they’re hot.
2NE1 on the cover of 'FAULT' Magazine.
Photo: Courtesy of 'FAULT'/Giuliano Bekor
It's kind of impossible not to fall in love with 2NE1. Like, the moment we realized they also share a serious obsession with Jeremy Scott and decked-out winged sneakers, we were ALL aboard this K-Pop train. Typically, the 4-piece girl group (which includes Dara, CL, Minzy and Bom) can be seen sporting larger-than-life technicolor onstage ensembles or killer customized streetwear, but when we peeped them on the recently-released Dreams & Nightmares issue of FAULT Magazine, they totally transitioned over to the dark side. *cue spooky ghost sounds* All four ladies were clad in fancy, all-black ensembles paired with animal-inspired headgear that looked straight from the Viking era. And we're not talking cutesy little horns here—we're talking insane headpieces with spikes on them. Yeah. Spikes, people. On horns. The cover shoot, photographed by Giuliano Bekor and styled by Avo Yermagyan, shows a darker, goth-glam side of the girl group, which was used as a double cover with Kelly Osbourne's goth glam shoot from a few weeks ago. OMG, our cold, black hearts can barely handle all this goth-y goodness.
Kelly Osbourne on the fall cover of 'FAULT' Magazine.
Photo: Vijat Mohindra/'FAULT' Magazine
Breaking news, y'all! We were lucky enough to get our hands on this exclusive cover for FAULT Magazine's fall issue, and OHMAHGUHHHH KELLY OSBOURNE! *fans self* We can't stop staring at all the amazingness happening here—the lips, the hair, the NAILS. Girl is WORKIN'. IT. The cover shoot, photographed by Vijat Mohindra and styled by Avo Yermagyan, features Kelly channeling a totally goth glam look, and we cannot get enough. We know Miss Obsourne's got style (see: Kelly going bold at NYFW, stylishly hosting the NewNowNext Awards, and showing off her sultry side for Lovecat Magazine), but we love seeing her darker side. For her beauty look, she sported jet black talon nails, oversized baubles, a dark matte lip, soft smokey eyes, and lashes for dayyssss. Perf!
Holy mother of glam—Adam Lambert is hypnotizing on the spring cover of Fault magazine! The former American Idol brought his A-game to the fashion-filled cover shoot, photographed by Miguel Starcevich and styled by Avo Yermagyan. Adam layered up in a camel corduroy coat with giant black buttons over a shiny plaid blazer and white collared shirt. He tied (heh) the whole ensemble together with a velvet burgundy bow tie for a chic college professor look that we're totally digging. The best part about Adam, though, is that his beauty game is preeetttyy much unparallelled. See: His nails. He glammed up his look with gold metallic polish, perfect brows, and a touch of eyeliner to enhance his aquamarine eyes.
Tom Felton for "FAULT" Magazine.
Photo: Courtesy of "FAULT"
YOWZA! Remember when Tom Felton was just a platinum-haired cherub of a man-child? He may have been playing one of Harry Potter's arch enemies and was kiiiind of a menace, but (and maybe this is just ME) there was always something so endearingly squishy cute about him despite his character. Perhaps it was those saucer-big baby blues or the striking contrast of his white hot locks and his penchant for black that carved out a soft spot in our hearts for Tom's portrayal of the little Potter nemesis. Whatever it was, Felton got older, and all that bad boy swag he developed as he grew up playing Draco suited him (though, a total gentleman IRL), and he got RULL good at wearing clothes (see his style evolution for further proof, or you know, an excuse to swoon over more pics of the dude). The natural progression from there was appearing in fashion campaigns and fronting magazines, of course, and this deliciously autumnal cover and spread for FAULT Magazine is Felton's well-dressed rake at its best. Just look at the smoldering stare behind that satin-finish, single-breasted MUSTARD Lanvin blazer and TRY not to agree. (Spoiler alert: You can't.)