Sure, they still cover similar topics as other womens' mags - clothes, hairstyles, makeup, but with a twist. For example suggesting products you should use when you're about to ride the crimson wave (so very Cher Horowitz), or how to make yourself look better when you're suffering from a super bad cold. And they play with the idea of the magazine fashion spread - this time it's a story based around the internal monologue of a young starlet: "I should not have been at Bungalow 8 until 4am". I will also love them forever for including a Boss delay guitar pedal in their list of things they're excited about that month.
I'm also a big fan of their "Ask Jane's Mom" letter section, where you, well, ask Jane's mom something. And who wouldn't love that little anecdote about James "Ted" Franco on their back page. I really want to put that photo of him from his High School yearbook on instagram and tag him. Oh, and did anyone watch Rollergirls??