Celebrate our 15th anniversary by time-traveling through the MORE covers that helped us make history
Cybill Shepherd who, after appearing in the smash TV hit Moonlighting, was the star of her own show, Cybill. She was the hottest woman on the small screen.
Jamie Lee Curtis helped put More on the map by striking a blow for honesty when she posed in her undies and without makeup.
Iman, a supermodel and entrepreneur was the first African American woman to appear on the cover.
Hillary Clinton was in the midst of her first reinvention, her Second Act as a United States Senator.
The two winners of More’s Model Search were the first real women to appear on the cover.
We traveled to London to shoot Emma Thompson.
Another English acting icon, Helen Mirren, was also our first white-haired cover.
Our first Michelle Obama cover, pre-White House, hit newsstands as the couple were making American political history.
Jane Fonda, Sharon Stone, Tea Leoni, with enough star wattage to break the age barrier.
Dara Torres, who at 42 surprised everyone by triumphing at the Olympics.
The always colorful Diane Keaton in black-and-white; the words are by her children.
Jamie Lee Curtis, this time shown with images of her equally famous movie star mother, Janet Leigh.
Model Molly Sims was our first cover with an under-40 celebrity.
Michelle Obama, our first First-Lady cover.
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First Published Thu, 2013-08-22 10:35
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