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First Look: Meryl Streep Covers January Vogue

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Grainy cell-phone snap aside, we're loving this sneak peek of Vogue's January issue featuring Meryl Streep in her In her cover debut.

For her latest role, the actress takes on former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher—a woman known better for her for her iron will than for her fashion sense.

Not Streep's problem, it would seem. With cheekbones for days and an elegantly styled blouse-and-evening-skirt combo, it's fair to say she never looked better.


US Vogue January [The Fashion Spot]
Will The Iron Lady make women want to dress like Margaret Thatcher? [Guardian]
Charlize Theron Is on the Cover of Vogue's December Issue [Racked]