Harry Styles Lands 3 Covers for "Another Man"

Yeezy Season 4 runway.
And they've all sold out instantly.

Former boyband member, hair icon, and unofficial Gucci spokesman Harry Styles has broken the Internet today, after Another Man magazine dropped three new A/W16 covers featuring his face.  The fashion and culture tome released the covers on Instagram today, which were shot by Willy Vanderperre, Alasdair McLellan, and Ryan McGinley respectively.  The covers also tease an interview by Paul McCartney and a "special document curated by Harry" which sounds really cryptic, if you ask us.

In under five hours, the issues have already sold out, and they don't even drop officially until September 29th.  In the meantime, these tweets sum up 90% of our feelings about this *iconic fashion moment.*   

Read more: If you love a good fashion spread, check out what happened when Willow Smith shot for CR Fashion Book, or what happened when Petra Collins shot with Kim Kardashian for this A/W cover.

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