Harpers Bazaar - Eva Green.
Oh Eva, Eva, Eva! How smoking hot do you look. This woman has eyes that practically melt their way through your skull, into your brain - there is nothing I do not love about this lady. Choosing to showcase the entire face and very little of the outfit is a rarity - mostly the outfit will do the talking. Her icy blue eyes are shrouded in heavy liner, with some summery coral red lipstick to tie it all in. I just love the simplicity of this cover, but yet truly find it eye-catching. This is one lady who should be used more.
UK Vogue - Alexa Chung
Now, don't get me wrong, Alexa Chung is pretty much at the fore-front of everything Fashion, but do I find her personable? no. Do I find her iconic? no. Do I find myself being entranced to buy this purely for her on the cover? no. For me, it's mediocre - she looks pretty, and its a welcome change to see the portrait focus of her, instead of just looking at her choice of clothes (which is pretty much all that she is seen in) What really annoys me, is the stupid coloured background. This is like the ruddy awful Cheryl Cole cover Vogue did - in a sickly sweet candy colour.... I just don't get it, or its relevance. Normally Vogue can do no wrong
Red magazine - Kate Hudson
This cover sums up what I'd like to think Kate is really like: Fun, Playful, friendly and warm. Granted, I don't really know the woman, but you cant tell me you don't agree - look at her smile for Christs sake! I'm pretty much assuming this was taken not that long ago and yes, she really does have that pregnancy 'glow' but the shot gives you the reader, everything you want, or should I say, everything that we would most like to achieve: her hair, her makeup, her outfit choice, blimey, even her happiness! Great cover Red.
InStyle - Thandie Newton
There isn't really much Thandie can get wrong in the style stakes and with this suitably, bang on trend cover she doesn't fail one bit. Wearing this seasons hot colours and in the now iconic Prada stripes, she is pretty much hitting ever major trend just in one cover. The simplicity and stark contrasting white background leaves Thandie in good stead with her vibrant dress making the cover pop. Brilliant choice keeping her make up to a minimum - nothing more is needed except for the slight smudge of a bright lip and slight smile.
Elle UK - Cameron Diaz
My dream best friend, Cameron well and truly becomes a classic cover star here. Normally the joker, the hard worker, the one who doesn't take herself too seriously, she manages to exude attention on the Elle cover. As well as appealing to the female side by making practically every one of us want to be her best friend, she also manages to show off that truly amazing body of hers without coming across as full of herself. Styling choice is kept simple and classic - the way Cameron's look works best.
Glamour UK - Nicole Scherzinger
I pretty much love this lady - she is so beautifully stunning facially and her body is to die for. Although, it has to be said, this cover does not show her off at all. Wearing a dress that is simply all consuming: I literally cant stop staring at the ruffles not the actual star in them. Nicole looks pretty but not gorgeous, she looks youthful but verging on child-like - everything is a little too cutsey for me. The look needed some serious leather or studding to keep me interested.
That's my little round up of June's cover stars - whats your favourites?