Chloe Grace Moretz is on the cover of this issue, and she's one of my favorite actresses. She's not one of those teen movie stars that all look the same. She has a unique, mature style, without being stuffy or above everyone. I love how she's this 15 year old girl like me, but is such a good and intelligent actress. All girls are smart in some way, but girls are always told to act stupid and act sleazy (especially famous ones). Her photo set was eccentric and grungy, but still elegant and feminine. I love her pink Jill Stuart dress, paired with the leather jacket. It's tough and means business, but isn't too over the top.
The feature ''The Mod Squade'', was really interesting. It had pictures from 60's films and models, along with current designs that are bringing back the style of 60's London. The Louis Vuitton see through dress is really ugly, though. I don't think I'll ever understand the cleavage-dress-trend. It's not fashionable or artistic, it's just done to attract attention and scandal. A female singer wears one to an awards show and nobody shuts up about it for like three months. Why does this keep coming up?
''On The Road'' was a fashion spread themed around a countryside road trip. My favorite dress was the lacy Jill Stuart dress. It was elegant and flowing, and actually looked like something you would wear on a road trip of the countryside. Very vintage. The rest of the clothes were pretty boring.
The next fashion spread, ''The Simple Life'', was super lame. The only dress I liked was a Stella McCartney dress, with a orange half orb on the side. The clothing was just so plain and colorless. Chanel has a ton of black and white clothing, that isn't exactly colorful, but they make it elegant and pretty. These just looked like clothed I got from Target.