Suki Waterhouse Covers 'Lucky', Yet Another Indication of Models' Triumphant Return to Newsstands

NEW YORK, NY - MAY 05: Model Suki Waterhouse attends the 'Charles James: Beyond Fashion' Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 5, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Larry Busacca/Getty Images)
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She may not have been featured as one of Vogue's #Instagirls last September, but she's now the beautiful rep of a new clique full of familiar faces: Suki Waterhouse is covering Lucky Magazine's Lucky Girl Issue. Major modeling chops? Check. Hot boyfriend? Check. Fun, famous pals? Check. Lucky girl, indeed. 

The magazine's editor extraordinaire Eva Chen shared the gorgeous cover on her Instagram today (I mean, where else?), and even though we can't actually get our hands on a copy till next week, it's obvious that this Lucky Girl was born for the newsstand. It's yet another step in the direction of models returning to magazine covers in place of the celebrities that have reigned supreme since the early '90s. Sure, Suki's a celebrity in her own right (I mean, with a name like Suki Waterhouse, how could you possibly not be famous?) but it's still a shift in the norm.

Lucky isn't the only magazine she's made headlines with today: Suki also landed a sultry spread in GQ, cavorting about on the beach looking sexier than I probably ever will and sporting some majorly toned abs (hang on, gotta let it sink in for a minute that we were born the same year.) 

Ah, well. Like the shopping magazine said, she's a Lucky Girl, right? Here's Eva's snap of Suki's cover...

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...and a few shots from her GQ spread.

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Seriously. Both born in 1992. Equally successful, right?

Images: evachen212/Instagram; COED, magazinmanset/Twitter

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