OCTOBER NEWSTAND

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Confession time! I have every issue of these magazines hence I am in the best position to shove these issues in your face by going on about how fantastic and juicy they are with their individual messages and perspective on style, home, beauty and fashion trends.

VOGUE US

For her debut British Vogue cover, songstress Rihanna wears black silk cady and floral-print silk shantung cocktail dress with velvet band at waist, to order, Giorgio Armani Privé.

Make-up by Mac Cosmetics. Hair: Ursula Stephen. Make-up: Hannah Murray. Fashion editor: Kate Phelan. Photograph: Alasdair McLellan.

FAB MAGAZINE

The most powerful issue from FAB magazine till date!

MANIA

The best issue of MANIA magazine till date! Funmi Iyanda is in every sense of the word; stunning in the Investment issue. Beauty aside, her intelligence and bravery to state the reality of every situation exactly the way as it is, is outstanding.

This issue also features studio 53 presenter. Eku Edewor modeling in affordable luxurious pieces.

MARIE CLAIRE

Back to the international stands, Resse Witherspoon covers Marie Claire US and dishes out on her lonely moments before she got married for a second time.

This issue also covers all things chic and practical to invest in for the rest of the year. Think; neutral coloure piece, perfectly cut fashion clothing and fabulous jewellery for a wow factor.

INSTYLE

I call this issue the fashion bible! It is HUGE and has endless pages of fashion tips, beauty references and everything in between. Read it thoroughly before you go shopping. And YES! A barely pregnant Beyonce is on the cover.

W

For Minaj’s cover, Italian artist Francesco Vezzoli and stylist Edward Enniful transformed the hip hop star into some of the most famous courtesans in history: the Marquise de ­Montespan, Comtesse du Barry, Madame de Pompadour, and ­Madame Rimsky-­Korsakov. He tells the magazine, “My idea was to reproduce four iconic portraits of some of the most fascinating females of the past in a series starring an American pop-culture role model. We tried to re-create those original portraits using similar furniture, props, and clothing, à la Visconti. Luckily enough, the result came out as surreal as it could be, just as I wished”.

 

Lucy

Lucy

Make up artist, wardrobe stylist monster. Addicted to the trends, living for fashion and beauty AND lipstick with super powers, faithful blogger who's obsessed with stuffing her face with gummy bears. I personally love people that always have a beauty question for me to answer.

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