Some of them:
Clockwise from top left, the model wears Versace, Gaultier, and Christian Lacroix couture. We feel for the poor assistant who picked the sand out of all those crevices after the shoot.
British Vogue tells readers to look for pieces that "stand out in a crowd" when concocting a party outfit. But this model looks like she wandered out of the house in pajama bottoms, took a Percocet, raided Katy Perry's sequins, had a glass of tequila, then hit the sale rack at Topshop.
Karl Lagerfeld shot his Chanel pieces in an unexpected yet not overly complicated way. The couture dress on the left works so well with combat boots.
Anna Selezneva's face really emotes. Even if she's just thinking, "Wow, these white feathers are so soft," there's always something there.
What appears to be the September cover of Vogue has leaked. Charlize Theron looks stunning in a pensive Vogue way. If ever a face said, "Buy me, I'm on Vogue," it's hers. Sadly, this year's cover only boasts 584 pages, while last year's cover boasted 798 pages. But still, that's almost 100 pages more than Elle and considerably larger than any September issue we've received in the mail so far (Lucky, Glamour, and Cosmopolitan, to name a few).
But despite its skinny size, the headlines suggest this issue will meet our every winter sartorial need, from "stylish steals" to "fall fashion fun" to the reassurance that our boots and suits are here to stay this season (it does trouble when they grow legs and walk away, although that was never apparent until Vogue pointed it out). Naturally, the issue plugs Fashion's Night Out. Anna Wintour even includes a couple of hot men just for fun — Roger Federer for her and Hugh Jackman for us. The only thing missing seems to be an article along the lines of "Pants: Why Have They Left Us?" or "150 Reasons to Wear Pants This Fall." But that aside, we can't wait for this issue to arrive.
Charlize Theron for Vogue Sept 09
The diva returns! Snejana Onopka is pretty in pink on the cover of Vogue Russia. The waifish supermodel lends her trademark attitude to a Terry Tsiolis story where she works it out in daring pieces from Ann Demeulemeester and Armand Basi. Simon Robins‘ daring fashion choices and Snejana’s ability to make everything look like a million bucks make for a high gloss affair.