Kim Kardashian gets Glamour-ous!

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We heart Kim Kardashian!

Just a few days after the star unveiled her new braided tresses; the style icon is wowing us with a bold and sexy cover on Glamour’s “Guy Issue” on newsstands now.

In the “Sex, Love & Guys” issue, Kim K sits down with Katie Couric and talks everything from her glitzy life to major endorsements, and what it means to be 30 and fab!

Read more for photos from the issue. Then head over to for the full interview.

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Alicia Keys as Michelle Obama


Alicia Keys will join Lindsay Lohan in GLAMOUR‘s April Icons 70th Anniversary issue.

Posing as First Lady Michelle Obama, Keys comments on one of the most glamorous women to ever occupy the White House.

“She has worked hard for everything she’s accomplished, and done so with grace and humility. So many women and girls can identify with her story,” Keys said.

Lindsay As Madonna


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“When I was little, every day after school I would come home and put in her The Immaculate Collection disc and karaoke to it around the whole house,” says Lindsay.

The actress recreates Madonna’s 1984 MTV Video Music Awards “Like A Virgin” performance for Glamour’s April Icons Issue in celebration of the magazine’s 70th Anniversary, on newsstands Tuesday, March 10th. 

Behind Robin Roberts’ Red Carpet Look


We all saw Good Morning America’s Robin Roberts wearing J.Crew on the Oscars red carpet.

But what many people didn’t know is that without Suze Yalof Schwartz, Executive Fashion Editor-at-Large of Glamour magazine, it probably wouldn’t have come off.

Apparently, Schwartz introduced Roberts to J.Crew’s Creative Director, Jenna Lyons who then took both of them to the New York Headquarters to meet up with the  J.Crew design team.

That’s when they selected a possible red carpet look for the TV host.

You may have seen a little bit of it GMA, with viewers ultimately voting on what Roberts would wear.

We’re told that the “Gracie” gown in Fresh Tangerine was made especially for her and more than likely, won’t be available mass market.

However, the color is part of the fall 2009 Collection.

Shop J.Crew’s more formal looks.