Are These Town & Country Cover Lines Real or Fake?

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Nobody does cover lines like the good people at Town & Country. In September, the magazine’s cover heralded an article titled “Celebrity Death Etiquette,” which advised not to post an Instagram tribute to a celeb you’ve never met. Back in January, cover stories included “Mommy, Are We Rich?,” “Is Exercise Making You Fat?,” and “Let’s All Move to New Zealand.” (Ooh, let’s!)

Each cover line sounds breathless on its own, but when they’re taken together, the comedy starts to emerge — this is a magazine that’s extolling the lifestyles of the rich and famous but also, maybe, delicately, totally mocking the hell out of them. The tone is fun and campy, and frankly, we’re jealous that someone else gets to make them up. So the Cut decided to invent our own. Some of the headlines below appeared on real covers, including a few from this month’s issue with Laura Dern. Others are not from Town & Country. But all describe articles I would love to read.

Did This Appear on a Town & Country Cover?

Nepotism: A User's Guide
10 Princes Who Are Still Single
High Society in Aspen: When Galas Meet Ganja
Italian Aristos: How to Dress the Part
What the Rich Love to Steal, Part II
The Untalented Mr. Ripley: How to Spot a Scammer
15 Lakes to Buy in Italy
How Rich Is Too Rich?
So Your Kid Watched Succession. Now What?
The $400 Million California Horse Feud

Are These Town & Country Cover Lines Real or Fake?