It was a time when we thought Ashton Kutcher was the most talented guy on Earth.
Looking back at the people and things that mattered to us 15 years ago.
Burns survivor Turia Pitt is the amazing covergirl for the July issue of popular magazine The Australian Women’s Weekly.
I never believed in conspiracies theories until I saw this cover.
Let’s just say they don’t make them like this any more.
A look back to 15 years ago when all we cared about were frosted tips and crop tops.
Back when our biggest concern was who was on our Myspace Top 8.
BRB. I am calling 1-800-848-SPIN.
In her first two editions of a four-part issue. Some shots NSFW (as is to be expected with Lady Gaga-related materials).
An exclusive investigation into why he’s not focused on the camera.
It was a fug year for pop stars.
The magazine editors must be stopped!
None of these celebrities have fronted the American fashion magazine yet*. But as these covers show, they all really should.
Oh, and Linda Evangelista is there too.
She looks stunning, if, well, maybe slightly photoshopped.
The venerable R&B and hip hop publication that helped document the history of pop culture in the ‘90s is reportedly set to cease publication at the end of this year. Here is a look at some of the memorable covers from the decade.
I spy someone’s toned torso. Sadly though, it’s not Liam Hemsworth.
During her lifetime the iconic sex symbol graced the cover of Life magazine six times.
Throughout the ’60s, Esquire’s creative genius not only created covers with iconic images but ones that also made powerful (sometimes controversial) social statements.
Have women always been “ornamental” on the cover of Esquire? We combed the archives to find out.
It was also the place where Hey Arnold! got its start.
Remember when Ginger Spice was on the cover?
Not much has changed since 1968.
It’s hard to believe this thing is finally wrapping up. A look back at the campaign’s most memorable magazine covers.
Apparently her hair has felt so burdensome that sometimes she fantasizes about cutting it all off (Bill Cosby talked her out of that, she says).
Kate Upton’s breasts could have been barely restrained by a solid white, black, or red bikini for her new GQ cover — but no, the magazine dressed her in a flag-inspired triangle top. Because something about a flag pattern just seems to just do it for her male audience.
Mitt Romney, like you’ve probably never seen him before.