The September Issues: At a Glance
The best month of the year is September, when all of the glossies release their giant, unwieldy fashion issues. There is nothing better than walking up to your favorite magazine rack and seeing it groaning under the weight of The September Issues.
We went to three different stores and couldn't find a Marie Claire in the bunch, so we went and grabbed a Vanity Fair instead -- mostly because it had Kate Middleton on the cover. First rule of fashion in 2012: Covet all things worn by Kate Middleton.
We strongly advise picking up a physical copy of the September Issue of your favorite fashion mag. As much as we adore the Internets, it just isn't the same as spending hours flipping pages and cutting out images for your fashion vision board.
What?! You know you have one.
To whet your appetite, here are the stats you need on Vogue, Vanity Fair, Elle and Harper's Bazaar. And if you find a copy of Marie Claire out there, send one to us, will you?
Weight: Approximately 3.5 pounds
Thickness: .5 Inches
Cover: Lady Gaga in Marc Jacobs
Best Feature: It's a tie between "Waiting in the Wings," a profile of Chelsea Clinton (p. 828), and "The Vogue 120" (p. 836)
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Weight: Approximately 2 pounds
Thickness: .5 inches
Cover: The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton
Best Feature: "Royal Catwalk" (p. 304) featuring the Dutchess. Runner-up: "Scenes of Glamour" (p. 211), outlining Hollywood's 25 most fashionable films.
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