When you grab a Vogue, Elle, V, or any of the other worthy purchases at your local bodega this month, chances are it’s because you're curious about what the Annas of the world think is worth mentioning in their big spring fashion issues. But considering that the advertisements (which make up the first 50-plus pages) feature the likes of Oscar winners old and new, your favorite top models, a pop star, and heavy helpings of artistic genius, perhaps there's just as much excitement to be found in commerce as there is in the content. We paged through all the big mags and came up with our favorite Spring 2014 campaigns.
[2-4] Miu Miu…beacause Lupita Nyong’o + Elle Fanning + Bella Heathcote + Inez & Vinoodh = duh.
[5-8] Céline…because when something is far from broke, why fix it? Also, those shoes.
 Chloé…because Lou Doillon and that hair in that ‘70s jumpsuit.
 Balmain…because Rihanna makes ‘80s nonchalant glam seem like a good idea (Olivier Rousteing doesn’t hurt, either).
[11-13] Balenciaga…because Daria’s cheekbones, her vampy lip, and her white hair are screaming a young, downtown Carmen Dell’Orefice.
 Louis Vuitton…because the ad might be an oldie, but Sofia Coppola is always a goodie.
 Burberry Prorsum…because it’s about time we all embraced our feminine pastel side.
 Prada…because what is that pale lilac eyeshadow, and can we have it now?
 Saint Laurent…because Hedi is selling the one thing all men (and many women) wish they could have.