We bring you our favorite editorials for the month of April 2014, from print-only magazines to online retailers, with content spanning from fashion, art and food to much more. If you missed New York Magazine’s iconic Yesteryear covers or Amanda Seyfried strip down for W, take a leap below.


“Go West, Go Wild” Starring Amanda Seyfried for W Magazine 

Out of all the female pictorials this month, Seyfried’s cover of W Magazine is definitely near the top. Seyfried, styled in cowboy boots and sultry cat eyes, dons big hitters like Chanel, Louis Vuitton, and Prada, not that many of us really care about what she has on. If you can take your eyes off her to find the text on the pages, you can also read about her upcoming movie, A Million Ways to Die in the West. See the full editorial here.


Illesteva Spring/Summer 2014 Styled by END. Clothing

We always love the hardware from Illesteva, but this editorial styled by END. Clothing makes us wanting them more. See more of the looks here.


Johnny Depp for Interview Magazine

It is rare to get an interview where both sides of the conversation are equally interesting, but Iggy Pop’s phone call to Johnny Depp for Interview Magazine gets us there. The two discuss everything from their telemarketing days to Depp’s daily cigarette count, as well as the more typical actor’s stuff, like getting into character. See the full spread and interview here.


“Portraits of Reconciliation” by The New York Times

On the 20th anniversary of the Rwanda genocide, photographer Pieter Hugo travels to the central African country to take portraits of the victims and perpetrators of the massacre. Non-profit organization Association Modeste et Innocent counsels them and encourages the Tutsis to forgive the Hutus, a pair shown above. See the full incredible story here.


Scarlett Johansson Opens Up” by WSJ Magazine

Scarlett Johansson talks her family, career, and her limited French skills. This feature by WSJ is a romantic look at what sits behind the mega-star we know Johansson as. See the full spread and feature here.


“S.E.A. Food: The Street Food of Southeast Asia” by Lucky Peach 

Lucky Peach‘s Spring/Summer 2014 issue is the Street Food Issue, featuring everything from hot dogs in every city to illustrations of the street eating scene, all in LP’s own playful fashion. The scenes depicted in these illustrations by Jing Wei and Josh Cochran capture the bustling microcosms that are the South East Asian markets. Get your copy of the issue here.


“The Dude” by Highsnobiety

Our brothers at Highsnobiety throw together this great take on ‘The Dude,” clad in casual streetwear essentials from Supreme and BAPE to A.P.C. and Nike. See the full editorial here.


“No Flash Photography” by Printed Pages 

The Printed Pages Spring/Summer 2014 issue features a series of portraits and brief Q&A’s of security guards at various science and art museums. They confess to having to stare at the same thing all day but dish on why they still love their jobs. Get your copy of the issue here.


Yesteryear Covers by New York Magazine

New York Magazine compiled a series of iconic portraits of musicians for their fourth annual Yesteryear Issue. Each cover star represents highlights of the pop music industry in the past century. See all the Bob Dylan, Lou Reed, Billie Holiday, Notorious B.I.G., Frank Sinatra, Madonna, Jay-Z, and Barbara Streisand covers here.


“Inez and Vinoodh Outdoors” by Holiday Magazine

With Holiday Magazine’s relaunch this past month, the “International Travel and Style Review” comes armed with quality features like a spread on photographers Inez and Vinoodh’s family apartment. Go here for more looks inside.

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