The Sexiest Rolling Stone Covers of All-Time [PHOTOS]

On November 9, 1967, the very first issue of Rolling Stone was published. The magazine had modest beginnings. Rolling Stone’s founder Jann Wenner had to borrow $7,500 from his family and his girlfriend’s (soon to be wife’s) family to get the magazine off the ground. Now Rolling Stone is one of the most popular magazines in the world.

Rolling Stone initially reported on the hippie counterculture of the era but embraced traditional journalistic standards that other counterculture publications avoided. Although it primarily focused on music, Wenner wrote in the first issue that the magazine “is not just about the music, but about the things and attitudes the music embraces.” The magazine quickly broadened its focus and began featuring political writings by Hunter S. Thompson in the 1970s. Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas was initially published in the pages on Rolling Stone.

In the 1980s, the magazine began to shift its focus to a become a general entertainment magazine. It started to cover television, movies and celebrities. This initially irked some readers, but it also helped lead the way for some of it’s hottest covers. We’ve found some of the sexiest covers Rolling Stone has ever published. You can look through below and figure out which one you think is the best.





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  5. I can't really say that any one of these covers does all that much for me. In looking at covers like this I shouldn't have to track down the one I like the best, but it should jump out at me; but, hey, none of these covers jump out at me! There are a few that I like, including Britney Spears October 2003, when she was still a hottie; Cindy Crawford, because I like Cindy Crawford; Gisele Bundchen; Jennifer Lopez; and Jennifer Love Hewitt. Katy Perry & Laetitia Casta– have two of the best covers. Mariah Carey looks great in her cover shot, although I'm not much of a fan of Mariah Carey. I like Jennifer Aniston, but that's not much of a picture of her. Some of these photographers don't try very hard at taking great shots of these personnel. We've all seen better pictures of a number of these personnel. I guess the cover that I would pick as my favorite would be Claudia Schiffer, if for no other reason than that she's the only one I've ever seen up front and in person. I was a member of the studio audience when she was on the George & Alana Show.

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  7. Man Wall says:

    Gossip Girl cover.. mesmerizing.

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