Which "March Issues" Should You Buy?

Iris Law for Burberry 2017.
What to expect from the new Spring '17 issues.

As we start to approach warmer weather, the fashion industry, as always, is one step ahead of the game. The month of February brings the coveted Spring fashion issues into play. To make things easier for you, we’ve rounded up some top picks so you know where to invest your money this season.

Vogue US: "Women Rule"

For their March issue, Vogue put the focus on modern American women. Featuring seven of today’s most in demand models on the cover, including Ashley Graham, Adwoa Aboah, Kendall Jenner, and Liu Wen, plus articles that celebrate differences and diversity, it’s clear that this Vogue issue is not one to miss.

LOVE Magazine: #LoveMe17


For their latest issue, LOVE magazine has teamed up with Kendall Jenner to curate the dreamiest mag of all times. Back in October, LOVE and Kendall announced a worldwide casting call across social media looking for their next cover star.  20 finalists were chosen and the eight different covers are on sale now, shot by Kendall herself.  Who wouldn’t want to get their hands on this iconic issue?

AnOther Magazine: "Heroic"

Ruth Negga is only one of the many cover stars posing for AnOther Magazine’s spring issue and it’s definitely not one to miss. While you’ll find an interview with Ruth discussing her performance in the upcoming film Love which is based around a young interracial couple in 1958, you’ll also find a spread on model and actress Mia Goth speaking about her personal heroes, and an in-depth feature on Miuccia Prada's world of alternative, creative and heroic fashion.

TeenVogue: "The Love Issue"

TeenVogue is expanding! Their exciting new Editor in Chief Elaine Welteroth recently announced that the teen tome will be heading in a fresh new direction, publishing 4 issues per year, instead of 10. Their first volume features it-girl of the moment Bella Hadid as well as musician Troye Sivan and actress Sasha Lane. You’ll still be able to read about all your favourite trends but you’ll also get access to articles surrounding social and political issues, and of course, love.

DAZED: "A Young American"


 Amandla Stenberg and Ashton Sanders both earn their own DAZED cover for the magazine’s Spring '17 issue. Ashton speaks about his Academy Award-nominated film Moonlight, and how it feels to have set a new benchmark for black LGBT+ portrayals on screen, whereas Amandla speaks on being an activist-slash-actress and how she also wants to make her mark in Hollywood.


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~ ABOUT THE AUTHOR ~
Couturesque's Fashion Assistant Clio is a fashion nerd who loves binge watching shows on Netflix and buying one too many pairs of shoes. And when she's not doing any of that, you can catch her on Instagram trying her hardest to be like Alexa Chung.
 

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