Dizzy from last night's comely (and sometimes questionable) fashion choices? We are too, so we organized the gowns into compact color wheel to see what color trends popped up frequently on the red carpet.
The February Elle 'Modern Love' issue has been out for two weeks, but we just couldn't bring ourselves to read it until now. What did we discover?
The Lady Gaga/Britney Elle is all about makeovers (also called "Make Better"): From reinvented Catholic schoolgirls to those who used their uniforms to turn a profit, the issue offers many reasons not to reinvent oneself in the New Year.
The December Elle would like to remind its readers that they will never be happy this holiday season.
The December Marie Claire highlights the holiday season's newest trend: hanging onto the significant others you can't stand.
First, Harper's Bazaar was missing pages now the November Elle is missing a cover line. Where's all this lost ladymag text going?
The November Allure has hit newsstands, and as usual, it's full of obvious instructions and beauty advice. But as a bonus, it also includes "information" on the season's most ill-conceived and inadvisable diets.
It's that time of year where we tally all the prices in fashion magazines' September issues to determine which one has the most expensive shit. This year, it looks like the recession (sorta) had an effect on ladymags' editorial selections!
We know that you're dying to find out what is inside the 500-page behemoth that is the September Elle. Well, probably not, but we'll tell you anyway.
We've come to accept that the beauty tips in ladymags are not necessarily the most intelligent suggestions in the world. But the August Glamour has one that may win the prize for most cringe-worthy.
How does the Conde Nast title that once featured gold-dipped fur stay current during the recession? By exposing how "the other half" lives!
The July Cosmo: full of answers to burning questions like, "If I have many partners, will I become loose?" You know, questions that seem too random that they can't possibly be real. Oh, who cares...the joy is in the answers.
On the subscriber's cover of the June Elle, Megan Fox shows off her tattoo, which reads, "We will all laugh at gilded butterflies." And alas, this Shakespearean text is the only part of the cover that does not lie!
Beyoncé is featured in the June Marie Claire wearing the costumes Thierry Mugler designed for her superwoman-themed world tour. Think this disco-glam sheath on the cover is a bit much? Wait until you see what's inside.
To celebrate Earth Days past, this month's Elle presents us with lots of new stuff we can buy to increase our carbon footprints, Drew Barrymore... oh, and lots of lies on the cover!
The May Marie Claire is out featuring wholesome starlet, Rachel McAdams. But despite McAdams' presence, the cover still lies.
The April Marie Claire is all about the most over-saturated trend in lady mags today — being an eco-friendly recessionista through the acquisition of more things. Oh, the irony.
The "Genius Issue" of Elle has hit newsstands—-and no, it's not full of Mensa members in Missoni—-just strange fashion, insecurity increasing beauty and of course, cover lies!