Introducing The 2024 March Magazine Covers We Love

Introducing The 2024 March Magazine Covers We Love

Sophie Wilde Graces Cover of ELLE Australia's Launch Issue

Wilde grew up in Enmore, in Sydney’s inner west, the first child of an Ivorian mother and Australian father. It was her grandparents who inspired a love of the arts. “I always say they were like patrons of the arts, they took me to so much as a kid. I was exposed to a lot of theatre and opera, we went to the the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, the ballet. We’d go to a lot of art galleries.” Wilde remembers being a child and watching a production of My Fair Lady at the Sydney Opera House. She was so worried she’d miss a moment of the second act that she stayed in her seat all through the intermission. “I’ve always felt like the world of performing arts is my world,” she says. “I mean, I’ve wanted to do this for so long.”

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Writer: Grace O'Neill

Grace is currently living in London as the Global Content Editor of Harper’s BAZAAR Australia, representing the brand at international luxury events, including Fashion Week in London, Milan and Paris, global cruise shows and high jewellery events, among others.

Photographer: Jordan Malane

Jordan is an Australian-born photographer whos work carries a sense of play collected from his youth growing up by the coast, the focus is on light, form, and using film as a medium to display his view of the world. Jordan is available to take on select projects in Australia and worldwide. Limited prints available on request.

Colin Kaepernick Graces Cover of GQ Germany's March Issue

Colin Kaepernick was born in 1987 to a white mother and an African-American father who left the family before he was born. His mother gave him up for adoption and at five weeks old, Kaepernick was adopted by a white couple who already had two children. Even when he was at school, it was clear to everyone that he had what it took to be a professional athlete. He just had to decide whether he wanted to try out basketball, baseball or American football - he was successful in all sports and was courted by colleges. At the same time, he also had experiences with racism and hostility at school and college in his early childhood. Kaepernick ultimately decided on a career in American football - the right decision, as became clear when he made his breakthrough in his second season with the San Francisco 49ers and led the team to the Super Bowl as the starting quarterback.

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Writer: Mathias Ottmann

Photographer: Tom Kneller

Tom Kneller is a New York based fashion photographer. He has worked with i-D, Dazed, SSENSE and more. He also shot Jacquemus’s «LE SPLASH» Spring 2022 RTW fashion show in Hawaii.

Tabitha Brown Graces Cover of Better Homes & Gardens' Food Issue

Tabitha Brown has many descriptors. She’s an actress, author (of four books), Emmy-winning host of her children’s series Tab Time, a vegan chef, and self-help social media personality. She’s the cofounder of Donna’s Recipe, a hair-care line sold at Ulta Beauty and Target (Donna is her nickname for her hair, whom she chats with quite a bit on Instagram). And she has created a line of seasonings for McCormick as well as a selection of vegan food and home products for Target.

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Writer: Stephen Orr

Stephen Orr serves as Editor-in-Chief of Better Homes & Gardens and VP/Group Editorial Director. He oversees the editorial direction of the company's food, home, and travel magazines, which include Better Homes & Gardens, FOOD & WINE, Travel + Leisure, Southern Living, Allrecipes, Rachael Ray In Season, EatingWell, Traditional Home, Midwest Living, and more than 300 special issues published annually under Meredith Premium Publishing.

Photographer: Andrew Eccles

Andrew Eccles was born in England and grew up in Toronto, Canada. His family moved to Hawaii when he was twelve where he attended high school for two years before returning to Vancouver and graduating there. He spent three years at The Ontario College of Art followed by two years in Texas before eventually settling in New York City. It was there that he began to pursue photography seriously.

Saweetie Grace Cover of Allure's March Issue

Saweetie’s status as a global artist with two Grammy nominations and five songs that have made the Hot 100 charts has schooled her on the formulaic yet admittedly effective approach the music industry takes. At this point in her career, though, it’s a method she’s conflicted about. Despite her mainstream success — or perhaps because of it — Saweetie felt she needed a year out of the spotlight to reconnect with herself and the parts of her artistry that had been lost in the matrix of becoming a star overnight. Now she’s back with even sharper vision, a budding acting career, better bars, and the grit to make this era the one that she’s been waiting for all along.

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Writer: Lakin Imani Starling

Lakin Imani Starling is a Philadelphia-raised and Brooklyn-based storyteller. Her love for culture and writing skills have led her to roles as a music journalist, senior copywriter, creative content producer, digital showrunner, and more.

Photographer: Dan Beleiu

Dan Beleiu is a photographer and director based between Berlin and New York.

Beyoncé Graces Cover of ESSENCE'S March/April Cover

Her latest undertaking has technically been on the burner since her youth—but more tangibly since 2018. It branches from her family’s generational focus on hair, taking root in the idea of self-care as ritual. She first teased the project in May 2023 via Instagram, where fans assumed the sprays and pumps before her were filled with self-made hair elixirs. She, and all involved, have been characteristically mum about the offering—until now.

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Writer: Brooklyn White-Grier

Brooklyn White-Grier is an editor and journalist. She made history as the first to hold the title of Gen Z editor of ESSENCE.

Photographer: Andre D. Wagner

Wagner is a photographer and artist living and working in Brooklyn, New York. He explores and chronicles the poetic and lyrical nuances of daily life, using the city—particularly his own neighborhood and community—as his subjects.

Victoria Monét Graces Cover of Cosmopolitan's Sound of Now Collection

A Victoria Monét song is full of powerful assertions, the kind that don’t just encourage an “I can’t be fucked with” mindset—they demand it. The anthem “On My Mama” is about feeling great and looking better. It’s meant for first-thing-in-the-morning motivation and pre-game playlists, dark days when you need a three-minute inner-power reminder and days when you are feeling yourself and need no reminder at all, just a soundtrack. And it works because it’s real.

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Writer: Annabel Iwegbue

Annabel Iwegbue is an assistant editor at Cosmopolitan where she primarily covers lifestyle and fashion. Before joining Cosmo, she covered entertainment at Harper's Bazaar, The Knockturnal, and Black Film.

Photographer: Chrisean Rose

Chrisean Rose is a Bahamian born fashion and celebrity photographer + director based in Los Angeles and Atlanta.

Angel Reese Graces Cover of Women's Health's Teamwork Issue

Almost 10 million people watched the 21-year-old college basketball star lead LSU to its first national championship and then be voted the Final Four’s Most Outstanding Player. In the months that followed, she collected trophies at the ESPYs and BET Awards, did a cameo in a Latto and Cardi B music video, and mingled backstage at a Beyoncé show. “I had a ball this summer,” she tells me with a hint of a smile, knowing this is quite the understatement. In the meantime, her Instagram following grew from 70,000 to over 2.5 million—her TikTok, a similar trajectory—all while she inked brand deals with Mercedes-Benz and Reebok.

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Interviewer: Amanda Lucci

Amanda Lucci is the director of special projects at Women’s Health and a NASM-certified personal trainer. She has more than 12 years of experience writing, editing, and managing social media strategy for national and international publications.

Photographer: Djeneba Aduayom

Djeneba Aduayom is a photographer whose work is marked by a sense of movement, performance, and personal interrogation. Her aesthetic is as much influenced by her multidisciplinary training and extensive travels as it is by her multicultural heritage.

Cam'ron Graces Cover of GQ

Over the last 14 months, the veteran rapper, 48, has pivoted to an unexpected second act: sports media. These days, instead of finding Cam posted on a Harlem corner or driving down Collins Avenue in Miami with the top down, you can catch him in Las Vegas. That’s where he films his sports show, It Is What It Is, out of a hotel on the Strip. Five days a week, he comments on the daily happenings in basketball and football with a uniquely Killa spin: no-holds-barred and hilariously, profanely blunt. No player or coach is above reproach, or a roasting, when the situation calls for it. Ruffled feathers are a given, and, as far as Cam is concerned, anyone who feels a way can refer back to the show’s title.

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Writer: Frazier Tharpe

Frazier Tharpe is an editor at GQ specializing in dictating entertainment coverage, as well as contributing profiles on the likes of Jerrod Carmichael, LaKeith Stanfield and Bobby Shmurda, and perhaps most [in]famously, John Mulaney.

Photographer: Roger Kisby

Roger is a New York City-based photographer who has been shooting fashion, lifestyle, and portrait work for over ten years. His original style has attracted major clients including The Fader, Converse, The Gap, Forbes, Brooklyn Magazine, and i Heart Radio.

Solange Graces Cover of Harper’s BAZAAR's March Issue

All of Solange’s projects speak to her deep curiosity about the past—both big, era-spanning questions of Black history and the more intricate, obscure maze of family history. This takes on added resonance when you consider that Solange is a member of one of the reigning families of musical innovation and pop culture, who has the global phenomenon Beyoncé for a sister and the cultural juggernaut Jay-Z for a brother-in-law. What can a person take from the past as she seeks to understand herself? And what can she leave behind?

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Writer: Kaitlyn Greenidge

Kaitlyn Greenidge's debut novel is We Love You, Charlie Freeman (Algonquin Books), one of the New York Times Critics' Top 10 Books of 2016. Her writing has appeared in the Vogue, Glamour, the Wall Street Journal, Elle, Buzzfeed, Transition Magazine, Virginia Quarterly Review, The Believer, American Short Fiction and other places.

Photographer: Larissa Hofmann

Model and Photographer — born in Germany

Angela Bassett graces Cover of People Magazine's March Issue

Born in Harlem and raised largely in Florida by her mother Betty, Bassett says as a child she felt propelled by the challenges her family faced. “Growing up with a single parent and when she retired, only made $11,000 a year, it's something about growing up there and not having, where you got to fight to get it,” she says.

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Writer: Andrea Mandell

Andrea Mandell is the Senior Editor of Entertainment Projects at PEOPLE Magazine. She joined the brand in 2022 and helps lead special projects, film coverage, festivals, awards and more.

Photographer: John Russo

John Russo is a celebrity and fashion photographer based in Los Angeles. John is an avid tennis player and can always be found on the courts perfecting his tennis game. Originally from Ventnor, New Jersey, John currently resides between Los Angeles and Montecito California.

Naomi Campbell Graces Cover of Vogue Australia's March Issue

Fashion history will take note when, on June 22, 2024, the Victoria & Albert Museum in London opens the first-ever exhibition dedicated to the life and career of a model. Simply titled Naomi, the show will chart Naomi Campbell’s imprint on the fashion industry and its cultural progress over the last three-and-a-half decades in stories told through imagery and design inseparably linked to the 53-year-old British supermodel.

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Interviewer: Edward Enninful

Edward is the editor-in-chief of British Vogue

Photographer: Casper Kofi

Casper Kofi is a Dutch-Ghanaian Photographer from The Netherlands. He is currently based in Paris, France.

Halle Bailey in ESSENCE's Black Women In Hollywood Awards

As the world is still reeling from the success of The Little Mermaid, Halle made her mark on yet another cultural classic with her portrayal of Nettie in the star-studded second film adaptation of Alice Walker’s The Color Purple in 2023. She also lent her vocal talents to three songs on the film’s original soundtrack.

Nkechi Okoro Carroll in ESSENCE's Black Women In Hollywood Awards

Nkechi completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Pennsylvania before obtaining her master’s degree from New York University. She worked as an economist for the Federal Reserve for several years before pursuing a television career.

Kathryn Busby in ESSENCE's Black Women In Hollywood Awards

A Harvard University graduate with over 25 years of experience leading production and development efforts across various platforms, including film, television, and music, Kathryn is a natural-born leader whose colorful career journey exemplifies what it means to operate at the highest levels of professional excellence consistently.

Danielle Brooks in ESSENCE's Black Women In Hollywood Awards

Danielle first rose to prominence with her breakout role as Tasha "Taystee" Jefferson in the Emmy-winning Netflix series Orange Is the New Black. Her portrayal of the character brought nuance and humanity to the experience of navigating the challenges of life behind bars, earning her critical praise and multiple award nominations

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