The editorial in Love Magazine by Tim Walker features Kristen McMenamy. His story, “The Origin of Monsters” incorporates vintage Dior couture and a few key Alexander McQueen pieces. Katie Grand chose the pieces to correlate with the oversized insects and macabre feel of the spread.

Can’t believe I didn’t find this spread sooner, I think I’m in love. 

The last issue of Mixte reminds us of why the magazine was essential in the first place. Covergirl Missy Rayder vamps for Xevi Muntane in a black and white series that revels in sensuality. With her dynamic poses and regal presence Missy is a natural when it comes to expressing this kind of haute sexiness.

There is only one way to top an impressive Vogue Italia cover – show up in the next issue looking even better. Rianne Ten Haken was sexy on the cover of October’s extravaganza but for November Steven Meisel takes her into a stronger territory.

Lindsey Wixson, Frida Gustavsson and a giant melting ice cream cone by Tim Walker? The sugar level is off the charts, but who can resist such a sweet treat?! Shot on location in Brighton with set design by Andy Hillman and styling by Edward Enninful, the girlish ads are joyful and creative.

Greg Lotus takes readers back in time with a Vogue Italia spread that harks back to the look of the 20s and 30s; with Georgina Stojiljkovic sporting the perfect bob and Diego Miguel starring as equally chic beau, the story captures the grandeur of the era perfectly.

Never ones to simply showcase a trend, Dazed & Confused offers an abstract take on the look with a brilliantly styled story shot by Sharif Hamza. As an otherworldly surfer-cum-fantasy girl, Emily Baker shines while Karen Langley pushes boundaries with her shape shifting selection of looks that seem crafted from coral.

Jessica Stam has long been a fashion favorite for her ability to bridge the gap between aloof elegance and downtown edgel. Issue 39 features Stam looking edgy yet refined in a shoot by Will Davidson, styled by Stevie Dance.

Russh never fails to deliver an inspiring cover concept and this month’s issue, featuring the lovely Ieva Laguna and the iconic Tony Ward, is a sight to behold. The sexy shots by Will Davidson are colorful, kinetic and filled with incredible styling by Stevie Dance.

Oyster Magazine‘s striking relaunch takes the publication to the next level with a new outlook and increased distribution. With Lindsey Wixson grinning on two collectible covers and a host of fresh content, the mag seems destined for greatness. Will Davidson‘s soulful shots of the teen phenom were shot on location in Tennessee.

The latest Vogue Italia transports us to a world of beachside escapism courtesy of Greg Kadel and Ali Stephens. The winning pair teams up for a colorful, windswept series of shots that call to mind the lazy, hazy days of summer.

V Magazine takes Ali Stephens, Valentin Savchenko, Jon Kortajarena and Hana Soukupova on a trip that jets from Moscow to Barcelona. The globetrotting story shot by Will Davidson captures the excitement of both cities and both couples and serves as the perfect farewell to vacation season.

Steven Pan‘s atmospheric story in Interview Russia features Kelly Mittendorf and Patricia van der Vliet  as women of mystery in what might be the world’s poshest library. Sporting big jewels, sleek hair and bold looks from the likes of  Prada & Yves Saint Laurent, both girls look phenomenal.

Dree Hemingway shines in the latest Vogue Nippon, her stunning beauty story shot by Nathaniel Goldberg, focuses on shimmering skin, bold colors and long braided hair. The cutting edge makeup and intricate hair by Eugene Souleiman, look perfect on Dree, who pulls off the extreme looks perfectly.

The latest edition of Oyster Magazine features the dangerous curves of Daisy Lowe and a slithering serpent twisting its way around her body. The imagery is classic, a beautiful woman as the ultimate temptation, a motif we’ve seen in everything from renaissance paintings to Avedon portraits, but Will Davidson makes it feel fresh.

Camilla Akrans takes Theres Alexandersson in a retro direction for the latest Vogue Nippon; with a naval theme and 40s styling by Sissy Vian, Theres looks every bit the pinup in these playful shots, it is amazing what a transformation a red lip can provide!