It's a truth universally acknowledged that the September issues of fashion magazines are the most important. One might think, then, that mags would search for a unique and singular cover star to boost sales ... but, lo, this September, three editions of Vogue sprung for the same model on each of their covers: Cara Delevingne.
The 22-year-old Brit snagged the starring spot on British Vogue, Vogue Japan, and Vogue U.S. (as the central figure in the main cover image, between Joan Smalls and Karlie Kloss). Even more odd is that she wears Louis Vuitton on both the British and Japanese editions.
The omnipresence of Delevingne on Vogue imprints left us scratching our heads a little, since Vogue cover stars typically have to agree to not cover on any other mags for the month that they cover Vogue, let alone appear on the cover of other editions of the same magazine. So how did Delevingne get around rules?
One reason could be her singularity in the industry. There is no model that captivates the younger generations of fashion fans quite like Delevingne while still having serious high fashion cred. (Let's not forget that Delevingne and Karl Lagerfeld -- and Karlito -- are practically BFFs.)
Whatever the logic behind her cover domination is, one thing is sure: She's joined the ranks of the modern supermodels. Now, let's see how her acting career takes off.