Rihanna covers W Magazine September 2014

W Magazine is going tribal for their September 2014 issue. The cover this month features songstress Rihanna in a look like we’ve never seen from the musician before. Rihanna is seen wearing a Donna Karan Dress, an Ashley Lloyd headdress, Amrapali ear cuffs and a Stephen Dweck necklace. Shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott and styled by the super…
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Kirsten Dunst covers W Magazine May 2014

Sofia Coppola is editing W Magazine‘s May 2014 issue, so it’s no surprise to find her homegirl Kirsten Dunst is on the cover of the issue. You may remember the two worked together all those years ago on The Virgin Suicides. Sporting loose waves, a bold red lip and a white sweater, Kirsten Dunst makes for a simple and stunning…
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Rosamund Pike’s Gone Girl W Magazine cover is down right scary

This is a most interesting cover of W Magazine for May 2014. Rosamund Pike is seen close up on the front cover, doing the unthinkable on the cover of a magazine. She’s taking off her makeup. Yes, take a moment to take that all in. It’s quite crazy, right, especially as this is the beauty issue? Aw, but remember that…
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Amanda Seyfried flies solo for new W Magazine cover

Amanda Seyfried is back on the cover of W Magazine for April 2014. We say “back” as Amanda has been featured on the glossy magazine’s cover once before. Amanda Seyfried shared a W cover with Justin Timberlake back in 2011, in which the two channelled a JFK and Marilyn moment. In 2014, however, this actress is flying solo and rocking…
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Cover statement: Has anyone seen Miley Cyrus’ eyebrows, or her clothes for …

There’s a lot going on with this Miley Cyrus W Magazine cover, for a cover that features absolutely no clothes. First of all, it seems Miley Cyrus is missing her eyebrows. Well, they’re not missing but are actually bleached all to high hell. Bleached to match her hair, we suppose. Then there’s the issue of the missing clothes. If it…
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