From Mindy Kaling's 2013 Elle "Women in TV" cover controversy to Gisele Bundchen and LeBron James' "racially insensitive" Vogue cover from 2008, see the most talked-about, controversial magazine covers of all time.
Demi Moore, Vanity Fair
Back in 1991, critics called the shocking Annie Leibovitz-shot image of a nude and pregnant Demi Moore "vulgar" at the time. While some argued that the image was risque, others rushed to Vanity Fair and Moore's defense, lauding the publication for embracing womanhood. The August 1991 Vanity Fair issue featuring Moore, who was 7-months along with her second daughter with Bruce Willis, eventually went on to become one of the magazine's most celebrated and memorable covers of all time.