Each year a few celebrities grace some of the most prestigious magazine covers, we’re showing you some of the best and most iconic of the year. 

Magazines like Vogue, Vanity Fair, and GQ are a few of the big names that some of the biggest trending stars get to show off their chops. This year there was a mix of celebrities like sports icons, movie stars and singers and more who’ve for special reasons and milestones have shown their best blue steel on the most iconic covers. 

W Magazine Bad Bunny:

Bad Bunny is a Purto Rican Rapper known for his music and his fashion sense. Bad Bunny was on the May 2021 issue of W Magazine wearing an oversized green plaid blazer and orange dress shirt and tie. What makes this cover interesting is the collage of photos of BB in the background, making a mirror-like image reflect the different variations of what the cover could’ve been. 

Bustle Magazine Jennifer Coolidge: 

Jennifer Coolidge is truly an American icon. From playing famous roles like the evil stepmother in A Cinderella Story (2004) to an aesthetician in Legally Blonde (2001) and now reprising her iconic self in the highly acclaimed HBO satirical comedy The White Lotus (2021). The July issue portrayed her in what seems to be in character portraying her wealth and status by lounging by the pool in high fashion. 

GQ Jason Sudeikis:

August 2021 issue features everyone’s favourite funny dad, Jason Sudeikis. Over the last year, Jason has been on one hell of a rollercoaster, from creating and starring in an Apple TV original Ted Lasso (2020), and breaking up with longtime fiance and mother to his children Olivia Wilde. The fashion choices and aesthetic really represent Jason as a comedic actor and a dad, showing off his Ted Lasso mustache but also giving us vintage dad vibes to match his heartwarming character, Ted. 

Teen Vogue Olivia Rodrigo: 

After a year of topping charts and breaking records, 17-year-old Olivia Rodrigo covered Teen Vogue October 2021 issue. Showcasing her climb to fame in a few short months after releasing Drivers License and her debut album Sour, Olivia was the talk of the town, and truly the next “Bille Eilish.” A classic cover in Teen Vogue to show her age, but to also show her fight to play with the big kids. 

Article published by HOLR Magazine 

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