Thank the fashion gods! Thank you, Anna Wintour!
At a time like this, a Michelle Obama Vogue cover is exactly what we needed to cleanse our palate of so much nastiness.
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We couldn't be more euphoric at seeing this EXQUISITE photo of the ultimate First Lady of the United States on the December cover of the fashion bible.
And the accompanying photos shot by Annie Leibovitz are simply divine!
We hope you also take the time to read the interview. Check out some HIGHlights (below)!
We know we tend to call celebrities "queen" a lot, but this time it's for real!
Britain's longest-reigning monach Queen Elizabeth II covers Vanity Fair in honor of her 90th birthday and right on time for the 63rd anniversary of her coronation in June 1953!
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Though she could've posed solely, the Queen had her four adorable corgis — Holly, Willow, Vulcan, and Candy — along for the cover shot taken by Annie Leibovitz at Windsor Castle.
We can't tell if this is the cutest, or if it would have been cuter with the royal grandchildren instead. Still, we're glad the doggies got to be the stars this time!
Squad goals, right guys???
See more photos in the gallery (above)!
[Image via Vanity Fair.]
Long live the Queen!
In honor of Queen Elizabeth II's 90th birthday, the British monarch posed alongside her two youngest grandchildren and her five great grandchildren — obviously, including Prince William and Kate Middleton's kiddos Prince George and Princess Charlotte. LOVES it!
The family portrait was taken by celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz. FABOOSH!
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We're not surprised to see Will and Kate's youngest on the Windsor House's matriarch's lap as the Duchess of Cambridge previously hinted that the tiny tot is a favorite of the Queen. In the special, The Queen at Ninety, Kate dished:
"I think she is very fond of Charlotte, always watching what she's up to."
Too cute! However, the little ones weren't the only royals to pose alongside the famous royal as Miz Leibovitz also took pics of Her Majesty with her daughter Princess Anne — oh, and with her corgis too.
Luckily for us, Buckingham Palace reps have since shared the new photos on Instagram (below).
It's been almost exactly four years since her last Vogue cover, but Adele is BACK!
The Hello songstress just slayed us all on Friday by unveiling the stunning front page of the March issue starring herself!
Wearing a beaded Burberry dress on the cover, she looks magical!
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The spread is equally romantic and dreamy, but the 27-year-old's accompanying interview with Hamish Bowles is where it's at. Speaking on her family, and namely her son, Angelo, she says:
"[Angelo] makes me very proud of myself. When I became a parent, I felt like I was truly living. I had a purpose, where before I didn't. My main thing is Mum, then it's me, then it's work. I think I had to take the right amount of time off to let people miss me."
How sweet is that??
Time has been flying for her though, as she admitted:
Caitlyn Jenner continues to win EVERYTHING.
Just a month after wrapping up an impressive and transformative 2015, The American Society of Magazine Editors hailed Cait's Vanity Fair issue as Cover of the Year. The iconic shot beat out ESPN Magazine's "Body 2015: Chantae McMillan" cover which snagged a Readers' Choice Award from the organization.
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The cover, which was shot by famed photographer Annie Leibovitz in June 2015, marked the reality star's coming out as a woman and it was the first time anyone had seen Jenner publicly following her transition news. The evocative cover was also praised for its daring styling choices as C.J. donned a corset and panties.
Speaking on its selection, The American Society of Magazine Editors gushed:
"The cover contest judges had tough decisions to make this year. Any time you have to choose between an already legendary Annie Leibovitz shoot on the cover of Vanity Fair, a Mark Seliger comedy special on GQ and one of the year's most talked-about news covers, 'Cosby: The Women' on New York—plus Serena Williams on both Sports Illustrated and New York—that's a good time to be a magazine editor and an even better time to be a magazine reader."
Wow, what steep competition! This nod is truly an honor for Caitlyn and Annie!
So, do YOU think the VF shot deserved to win?
[Image via Vanity Fair.]
It's the annual Vanity Fair Hollywood issue!
And we're proud to report that it's a little more diverse than previous years.
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The issue is known for almost always relegating actors of color into the foldout cover so they don't appear on the actual front page, but this time Viola Davis gets to share it with Jennifer Lawrence, Jane Fonda, and Cate Blanchett.
Progress, we guess.
The rest of the cover features Lupita Nyong'o, Brie Larson, Charlotte Rampling, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Alicia Vikander, Rachel Weisz, Helen Mirren, Saoirse Ronan, and Diane Keaton.
There are also gorgeous individual portraits of all the women shot by Annie Leibovitz, which you can find in the gallery (above)!
But first, watch a clip of the women talking about their hoped-for legacies (below):
What a makeover!
The Pirelli Calendar has historically been about artsy photographs of classically beautiful models in states of undress, and sometimes just fully nude, but not this time!
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For 2016 the iconic calendar has decided on a wholly new approach that may be shocking for people used to the sexy, beach-y vibe of previous years.
This time the focus is on women's achievements, and instead of professional supermodels, the photos are of writers, directors, singers, and philanthropists like Yoko Ono, Ava Duvernay, Tavi Gevinson, Patti Smith, and others.
There is some nudity however — Amy Schumer and Serena Williams both strip down and go topless, but the images are nonetheless not as sexually charged as before.
Photographer Annie Leibovitz said: