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COVER CHOICES: While this year’s March fashion books feature, for the most part, the typical group of familiar faces, there are a few surprises in the mix. Not usually one for rocking the boat with its cover choices, this spring Vogue will feature the decidedly goofy Tina Fey. Glamour, meanwhile, decided to go posh for spring, enlisting (for the first time) Ellen von Unwerth to shoot its cover girl, Victoria Beckham. And supermodel Kate Moss will appear on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar, photographed by Peter Lindbergh.

Teen Vogue shot newcomer Mia Wasikowska, star of Tim Burton’s upcoming “Alice in Wonderland,” for its cover. And W will feature Megan Fox.

Elle opted for Keira Knightley, while InStyle is betting on Anne Hathaway, one of the many A-listers in next month’s movie “Valentine’s Day.” Marie Claire also looked to “Valentine’s Day” for its cover subjects — Jennifer Garner and Jessica Biel, who comes to the Hearst fashion title on the heels of a February Vogue cover.

Lucky landed Keri Russell for its cover, Allure shot cover m.v.p. Jessica Simpson, while country singer Carrie Underwood will be Cosmopolitan’s next cover girl. And perhaps hoping to capitalize on the “Precious” buzz, Women’s Health chose Paula Patton, one of the film’s stars and wife of R&B singer Robin Thicke, for the cover of its March issue. — Nick Axelrod and Amy Wicks

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