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I like Seventeen, Cosmopolitan, Elle.
Unfortunately still have vogue until 2010. (I don't like that it doesn't have horoscopes!)
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lisajane wrote:I read Marie Claire and Madison on occasion, and every issue of Frankie.
I love Frankie too. The posters are the best :)
I'm hoping they'll catch on and write some kind of piece on Twilight soon.

Does anyone here read NME magazine?

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Got my new Teen Vogue today, finally, and just about died when I opened up the mailbox and saw Ellen Page on the cover. She's so amazingly cool. And I love her hair. I love how Ellen's so effortless; even though I'm the exact opposite.

All the sandles in this issue were very cute, and I enjoyed the piece about getting into Ivies and whatnot.
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WHOA!!! I was reading a cosmo girl in the car with my mother today and all of a sudden there were like 3 pairs of breasts on one page. It was soooo akward
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Sandy wrote:I haven't read many magazines, just some Shojo Beat and whatnot. Maybe I should subscribe to Shonen Jump for my birthday present...
I read my friend's copy. I don't have much time to read for fun.
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ashFLASH wrote:Got my new Teen Vogue today, finally, and just about died when I opened up the mailbox and saw Ellen Page on the cover.
I'm so happy they put her on the cover. :D She's amazing.

There is this skirt in there (the latest issue of Teen Vogue) that I'm making it my life's mission to find. They said it was from Topshop, and that you could get it from the website, but when I went on the website it wasn't there. I e-mailed Teen Vogue, but no one has e-mailed me back yet. :(

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ashFLASH wrote:Got my new Teen Vogue today, finally, and just about died when I opened up the mailbox and saw Ellen Page on the cover. She's so amazingly cool. And I love her hair. I love how Ellen's so effortless; even though I'm the exact opposite.

All the sandles in this issue were very cute, and I enjoyed the piece about getting into Ivies and whatnot.
TV did a amazing job in this issue. Ellen Page is always adorably pretty lol; I liked how they stayed on stack onto her own personal style and didn't go overly glamours. \
The only thing that bothered me they added Miley Cyrus to the "People Watching" at the Oscars. I mean, it's a little late for that? Plus Valentino for a 15 (?) year old just seems a little bit too mature for her age. As I much I was would die to ware one... I just doesn't seem right to ware such a master piece for a teen. Especially from the Disney business.
*shrug* lol, that's probably just me haha.
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I mostly read Cosmo and Teen Vouge.
Sometimes, People and UsWeekly
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i like to read seventeen and teen vogue and bop ( jonas brothers fan)
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neonsx wrote:
ashFLASH wrote:Got my new Teen Vogue today, finally, and just about died when I opened up the mailbox and saw Ellen Page on the cover. She's so amazingly cool. And I love her hair. I love how Ellen's so effortless; even though I'm the exact opposite.

All the sandles in this issue were very cute, and I enjoyed the piece about getting into Ivies and whatnot.
TV did a amazing job in this issue. Ellen Page is always adorably pretty lol; I liked how they stayed on stack onto her own personal style and didn't go overly glamours. \
The only thing that bothered me they added Miley Cyrus to the "People Watching" at the Oscars. I mean, it's a little late for that? Plus Valentino for a 15 (?) year old just seems a little bit too mature for her age. As I much I was would die to ware one... I just doesn't seem right to ware such a master piece for a teen. Especially from the Disney business.
*shrug* lol, that's probably just me haha.
That's exactly what I thought about the Miley picture. I understand, last month they probably didn't have time to put it in, but is a red Valentino gown that inspiring to you? Sure, it's gorgeous, but, uh, I don't know.

Something else bothered me, but I can't remember now.

I loved the room of the month, with all the horse ribbons.
Made me smile :D
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