September Covers are on FIRE!

September Covers are on FIRE!

Which Cover do you think is the BEST?

1.Úrsula Corberó of Vogue Spain

Leaving the experience behind and facing a new beginning seems a more attractive option than ever. The September issue of Vogue Spain is exactly that: an opportunity to renew yourself and look to the future with your head held high, like the protagonist of our cover, Úrsula Corberó . The actress is chosen for our September cover after presenting her new film: she will play the Baroness in the next premiere Snake Eyes: GI Joe Origins .

2. Lana Condors of SHAPE's Women Run the World Digital Edition

Awareness Is Everything
"I think many people are in denial or believe violence against Asians isn't a real thing. Even some of my close friends weren't aware of what was going on. I needed to let people know what was happening. Speaking up is important. It's easy to be a bystander, but you could save a life if you stand up for someone."

3. Andra Day of SHAPE's September Cover

Using her voice has always been Andra's forte. Her 2015 hit single "Rise Up" earned her a Grammy nomination and later became an anthem for the Black Lives Matter movement. She's working on her third album now, though she admits it's been a long time coming. In addition, Andra has some new movie projects on her plate, including one she's co-writing the script for. "It's a story I really want to tell," she says.


4. Pop Icon Beyoncé of Harper's BAZAAR's The Icon Issue

Beyoncé Knowles-Carter came of age during that digital revolution, and knowing how to navigate that dissonance is part of her artistic superpower. She has built her company, Parkwood Entertainment, into a media conglomerate that includes a fashion line, IVY PARK. She is now a mother of three, to nine-year-old Blue Ivy and four-year-old twins Rumi and Sir, with husband JAY-Z.


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