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Margot Robbie graces the June 2016 cover of Vogue, but it’s her The Legend of Tarzan co-star Alexander Skarsgård that will leave you feeling primal. You’ll want to ravage the 39-year-old the second you see that drenched shirt clinging onto dear life to every sculpted muscle on his torso. I’ve never been more jealous of fabric in my life.

“I met her in L.A. about a year before we shot the movie, just before The Wolf of Wall Street came out,” he said. “She lived in this tiny studio apartment in Hollywood. We were supposed to just have coffee and talk about the project, but we spent the entire day together. I remember being blown away by how cool and down-to-earth she was. And then Wolf came out, and she went from relative obscurity to being the hottest actress in Hollywood.”

Photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott snapped the two for a stunning editorial featuring jungle-inspired outfits. These aren’t your grandparents’ safari looks. Khakis never looked so good. Check out more pics from the fashion publication below.

The Legend of Tarzan swings into theaters on July 1.

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OMG!!! This looks so freaking good. If you loved the Vogue documentary, The September Issue, you’ll love this. The First Monday in May puts the spotlight on the annual Met Ball– a glamorous party held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. It’s the Super Bowl of the fashion industry.

Filmmaker Andrew Rossi followed Anna Wintour and her staff as they staged the annual extravaganza in 2015. The theme of last year’s gala was China: Through the Looking Glass. The documentary will debut at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival later this year.

I can’t wait, not only to see all the drama that’s involved in staging the show, but exactly what takes place inside the lavish party. We also finally get to see the reported kick-ass performance Rihanna delivered in front of the fashionable crowd.

Wintour is absolutely fantastic with all her quips (some bitchy) in the preview. Her concern about the decor not looking like a Chinese restaurant had me chuckling. God, I love her. Check out the trailer below.

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Here’s another accolade for Mrs. Carter. Like she needs anymore :)

The 33-year-old singer snagged the coveted Vogue September issue cover. In doing so, she becomes the first black female artist to grace the influential issue. Overall, Beyonce is the third black female to score the September cover. Naomi Campbell and Halle Berry previously appeared on the covers in 1989 and 2010 respectively.

This marks Queen Bey’s third Vogue cover overall. She landed on both the April 2009 (left) and March 2013 (right) editions. For her latest, she’s wearing a gorgeous Marc Jacobs lace dress with wet hair. I can’t wait to see the accompanying fashion spread inside.

This year’s issue comes in at 832 pages. The 2012 edition featuring Lady Gaga holds the record for being the biggest issue with a whopping 916 pages. Check out the Mario Testino-snapped images below.

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Andreja Pejic makes history in the May 2015 issue of Vogue. The 23-year-old Serbian model is the first ever transgender model to ever be featured in the fashion bible.

Famed photographer Patrick Demarchelier snapped the beauty for the historic moment. Anna Wintour’s timing couldn’t be more perfect. Diane Sawyer’s highly-anticipated interview with Bruce Jenner airs this Friday. That woman must have a crystal ball in her office 😉

“If at the beginning of my career in the modelling industry or half way through it or even this time last year you told me that I would end up having a 4 page feature in AMERICAN VOGUE I would have probably told you ‘oh I dunno about that! That might be a bit difficult to achieve in the near future.’ In fact I was told by various people many times over that the chances of me ending up on these pages were slim to none. So you can only imagine what I’m feeling right now! Thank you #AnnaWintour,#TonneGoodman, #PatrickDemarchelier and#HelenaSuric for making history and having me be part of it but even more importantly for representing a whole social minority and an often forgotten community of women in such an important publication and opening doors for the rest of the fashion industry to do so!” Pejic wrote on Instagram

Up until 2014, Pejic was billed as an “androgynous” male model, self-described as living “in between genders.” She underwent a gender confirmation process last year to fully transition into a woman. For more, head over to Vogue.com to read her interview.

Scoring a Vogue cover is an achievement in itself, but snagging the all-important September issue is a huge coup. Chalk up another career milestone for Jennifer Lawrence. The 22-year-old actress graces the cover shot by famed photographer Mario Testino. Inside the issue, Lawrence wears designer threads styled by Tonne Goodman, one of my favorite editors for the publication. Check out her editorial below, along with a few quotes from the accompanying interview.

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I’m not sure how many of you are Homeland fans, but I’m a huge one. It took me until Netflix to stream Season 1 to get hooked, but I’m fully invested now. As you can imagine, I’m extremely excited for the third season to premiere. Unfortunately, we have to wait until September to see what happens next. Thankfully, a stunning editorial photographed by Annie Leibovitz reunites the Showtime show’s lead stars to tide us over until then.

While Claire Danes nabs the front cover of Vogue’s August 2013 issue, Damian Lewis also poses for the famed photographer. Styled by fashion editor Tonne Goodman (love her), Danes wears Burberry Prorsum (the trench on the cover), Calvin Klein, Donna Karan, and Victoria Beckham for the espionage-themed shoot while Lewis wears Prada and Dior among others. Check out their spread below.

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Beyonce Is Powerful For Vogue Magazine

In: Donovan, Fashion, Music

Hopefully, Vogue approved these pictures with Beyonce’s publicist before publishing them. Otherwise, they should be expecting a “polite” email to take them down, similar to the one asking Buzz Feed to remove those unflattering photos from the Super Bowl. If her publicist didn’t like these Patrick Demarchelier-snapped photos, she’s clearly blind, because Beyonce is gorgeous in these photos.

Vogue stylist Camilla Nickerson (love her) does an impeccable job dressing the “Irreplaceable” singer in looks by Alexander McQueen, Givenchy and Oscar de la Renta to name a few. The 31-year-old singer is the perfect choice to grace Vogue’s Power Issue cover, especially after that energetic Super Bowl performance. The only thing, I’m not crazy about the shoot is that hairstyle. While Janet Jackson rocked it, in her “Love Will Never Do Without You” music video from the 90s, it’s a bit dated here. Perhaps a mixture of this look and other coiffed masterpieces would’ve served the shoot better.

Inside the issue, Bey opens up about her daughter Blue Ivy, her decision to split with her father as her business manager, reading disparaging comments about her on websites and her upcoming album. In addition, she gets a nice little shout out from her BFF Gwyneth Paltrow. Check it out below.

“When she is working onstage, she has more power than any woman I’ve ever seen. She would never say it and has never said it, but I feel she knows with every fiber of her being that she is the best in the world at her job.” – Gwyneth Paltrow

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Les Miserables Cast Strike A Pose For Vogue

In: Donovan, Movies

Hands down Les Miserables is the film I’m most excited to see this holiday season. What can I say, I’m a musical junkie. With stars like Anne Hathaway, Amanda Seyfried and Hugh Jackman on board, how can I not be stoked. To kick start the Les Miserables promotion onslaught, Anne Hathaway posed for the cover of Vogue’s December issue. Shot by famed photographer Annie Leibovitz, the 30-year-old dazzles for a stunning photo spread. Inside the issue, Hathaway discusses losing weight and cutting her hair for the role of Fantine.

In addition to Anne’s editorial and modern-day photo shoot, the actress along with her Les Mis co-stars donned their period costumes for a gorgeous pictorial. Once again, Leibovitz was enlisted to capture the stunning photos. Whether the film goes on to Oscar glory, one thing is certain, the movie adaption of Victor Hugo’s classic will look gorgeous. It’s definitely a frontrunner for the Best Costume category. Check out the photos below.

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