Marie Claire's Big Fashion Issue
Don't let the Miley Cyrus cover fool you, this issue is for the stylish, sophisticated woman.

Draped in a post-modern punk dress, chic Disney-turned-Hollywood A-lister, Miley Cyrus, graced the cover of Marie Claire’s March issue. There are pages and pages of spring's fashion and beauty trends, and just as many interesting newsworthy stories sure to leave you a more informed woman once you've finished reading.

Nina Garcia’s famous “101 Ideas” spills all the designer spring influences and guides you on what you’ll need to get the look. The issue also covers health and beauty,  introducing important scientific advancements in the industry, as well as the best products on the market that cater to its audiencethe modern, chic working woman.

Marie Claire's team of journalists traveled around the globe to cover inspiring and compelling stories on your not-so-average woman. This issue shares gripping stories, such as China’s new requirements for female “Hot” cops, a Norwegian company’s new policy that states that women must wear a red bracelet when menstruating, and my personal favorite: The Real Life Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Ethnic themes are also in the issue, covering Asian influences on the runway, behind the curtain of designer Carolina Herrera, Moroccan-inspired prints and textures, and the sensuality and femininity of Cuba Libre.

The issue has already hit stands, and If you’re big on Vogue, W and Elle magazines, Marie Claire's sophistication and consideration of the intellectual and stylish woman makes it a big must-read.