Vogue cover girls. Pretty sexy, non? Except when you layer them on top of one another digitally, to get the year's average. Suddenly, you find yourself ogling something resembling the Turin Shroud.
It's really interesting when it gets broken down country-by-country, too. Australia's covers tend to use a lot of pink, whereas the Italian cover is a lot darker. The German cover seems to have more close-up cover-girls, but over in the Latin American photography studio, they seem to favor girls with one arm on their hips.
I'm not sure this says a lot about society, fashion, Photoshop or the changing seasons—but I do find how one brand differs so much between countries very interesting. [LiveJournal via @EvaWiseman via @IsabelleOC]