Your Guide To The 2015 September Issues

From the gorgeous up-to-there boots selling out in stores and the talk of Fashion Week plans to the newsstands filling up with back-breaking, ultra-tempting September issues, any fashion girl will tell you: Fall is officially near. While we’re still waiting to see who landed the September covers of style bibles like Vogue and Elle, several others let the cat out of the bag this week—and let’s just say, they’re setting the bar high. Here, five fall issues we can hardly wait to pick up.

Glamour

The Cover: Karlie Kloss in Gucci, photographed by Tom Munro. For the accompanying interview, Derek Blasberg puts Karlie in the hot seat.

Also of Note: Julianne Moore, Jenna Lyons and Mindy Kaling are also interviewed for the big fall issue.

On Newsstands: August 4th.

W

The Cover: Gigi Hadid photographed by Steven Meisel. Plus, keep an eye out for a clever infographic that explains why Gigi is the world's most connected supermodel.

Also of Note: A 32-photo spread featuring Miley Cyrus, Emily Ratajkowski, Joan Smalls and Amber Valetta partying like it's 1989 in Los Angeles.

On Newsstands: August 18th.

WSJ. Magazine

The Cover: Freja Beha Erichsen in Louis Vuitton, photographed by Lachlan Bailey.

Also of Note: This is WSJ.'s biggest September issue ever with over 100 ad pages alone.

On Newsstands: August 15th.

Vanity Fair

The Cover: Taylor Swift photographed by Mario Testino. In the accompanying interview Swift talks about her relationship with Calvin Harris and what really went down with Apple.

Also of Note: A feature celebrating the 75th anniversary of the International Best Dressed List and this year's top trendsetters.

On Newsstands: August 11th.

British Vogue

The Cover: Emma Watson in Stella McCartney, photographed by Josh Olins. In the accompanying interview the British star talks about gender equality and her role as a Goodwill Ambassador for UN Women.

Also of Note: Their "International Collections" coverage. The British edition always does a nice job of shopping out the most wearable trends in the most wearable ways.

On Newsstands: August 6th.