Year in Review: Best and Worst 2019 Magazine Covers

It’s been an insane year for publications Glamour dumped print in favor of digital. Porter cut down on problems (however the mag’s set to make a biannual return in Spring 2020) and the U.K. edition of MarieClaire closed down entirely. There were likewise great deals of personnel modifications, like Justine Picardie leaving British Harper’s Bazaar and Anne Fulenwider leaving American MarieClaire

But2019 wasn’t all doom and gloom. Back in March, we experienced the relaunch of VogueGreece and VogueHongKong made its highly-anticipated launching. Sara Moonves made some welcome modifications over at W, Radhika Jones lastly began producing relevant covers of VanityFair and Edward Enninful continued to impress at the helm of British Vogue

Of course, it’s the publication’s front cover that can either make or break a concern. From Allure to VogueParis to American ELLE, we have actually examined whatever the most significant titles needed to use this year.

Scroll through the slideshow above to see which publication covers stuck out from the rest, for all the right and incorrect factors.