Whether you’re a digital mag junkie or a die hard print magazine fan, the September issues are packed with inspiration, aspiration and a whole lot of fashion. The magazines boast
Below are the magazines we recommend checking out. The print magazines will be available on newsstands Tuesday August 20.
The magazine also includes a feature on Chicago’s own Billy Corgan and his new alt wrestling venture; features QB Russell Wilson, vegan running back Arian Foster, Darren Sproles, J.J. Watts and coach Chip Kelly. A story on beloved NFLer Junior Seau who took his life in2012. A profile of coach Nick Saban(the guy that said yes to Miami Dolphins then bailed) to win back-to-back BCS national champion with Alabama and supermodel Jourdan Dunn bares all.
*image:Ben Watts / GQ
TOWN & COUNTRY
Lauren Bush Lauren and Claire Courtin-Clarins are on the mission to help end world hunger as they grace the September issue of Town & Country. Bush, founder of FEED and an American philanthropy trailblazer along with French heiress(the Clarins beauty empire) Courtin-Clarins have formed a charitable alliance; building on the success of Bush Lauren’s successful FEED campaign.
In September Clarins customers who purchase two products at Macy’s or Macys.com will receive a FEED tote with six product samples and have part of their purchase price go toward ten school meals through FEED.
*image: Jonathan Becker/Town&Country
Kate Upton continues her fashion takeover sizzling in a red Lanvin dress on the cover of ELLE Magazine. In her interview with the magazine, she opens up about being treated like a “dumb blonde,” confronting stereotypes, and even how she felt about that famous Sports Illustrated cover
New Girl star Zooey Deschanel is on the cover of Marie Claire’s September issue. In her interview with Marie Claire, she discusses her idea of heaven(“being on a farm, with horses, farm animals, and dogs. Select people, some food, and maybe some music. That sounds really great.” ), her theory on people, the important of her website HelloGiggles as well as her fascinating speech patterns and more.
Iconic Designer Ralph Lauren graces the cover of Architectural Digest. The September issue of Architectural Digest profiles fashion insiders at home. AD celebrates 30 years of Ralph Lauren Home by showcasing Ralph Lauren’s inspiration-packed Madison Avenue office, his upstate New York estate, and his Double RL Ranch in Colorado. International hairstyle Guido Palau’s NY apartment is profiled as well as a piece by Derek Blasberg profiling his friend and AD international style editor Carlos Mota’s exuberant New York abode.
Harper’s Bazaar’s September cover is the magazine’s biggest issue ever and features Sarah Jessica Parker. She talks about her image, fashion collaborations, what it was like teaming up with Manolo Blahnik: “The shoe business is so exciting because we don’t have to think of black and brown as the only neutrals anymore,”
*image:Terry Richardson for Harper’s Bazaar
Talk about smoldering, James Marsden who will play the role of President John F. Kennedy in Lee Daniels’ The Butler, covers the September issue of OUT magazine where he talks about his looks, “I know I have a face like a model,” Marsden says, half-embarrassed. “But I’m actually just a goofy drama nerd underneath.”
New fashion darling and academy award winning actress Jennifer Lawrence graces the cover of Vogue‘s largest ad filled issue. The issue also features a spread with Texas State Senator Wendy Davis.
Which of these issues are you looking forward to picking up?
*image: VOGUE/Mario Testino