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Fashion magazine Cosmopolitan magazine has launched a new cover design competition to help it “re-imagine the look” of its magazine.

The contest will be run for a year starting in 2018, and winner will receive $1 million.

The design for the new cover will be chosen from the design submissions from the 2016 Cosmopolitan Fashion Design Awards.

Cosmopolitan will choose a winner each month from the submissions.

The winner will be announced on June 10, 2018.

The company said the competition is the first time it has launched this contest, which it said was created to help “celebrate our industry’s commitment to creating beautiful and memorable design, which will be the focus of the magazine’s 2018 design theme.”

It also announced that Cosmo will use the design to help promote its new product, CosmoTreat.

Cosmo’s new design contest is part of a broader effort to create a more beautiful magazine.

Cosmetics maker Sephora will be launching its own beauty contest this fall.

The magazine said Cosmo is launching its first beauty contest in 2018.

Why did a child’s mom have to die to save her son’s life

Children have been dying in cars since the 1980s, but their parents couldn’t save them.

So, in 2009, two sisters took their own lives in their parents’ garage to save their sons lives.

In 2009, the death of a 5-year-old girl named Karrie O’Sullivan, who died in a car accident, brought the spotlight to what happened to so many children when they got in their cars and crashed.

Her parents, Brenda and Richard O’Shaughnessy, were charged with child endangerment.

They pleaded not guilty.

Karrie’s father, Michael O’Shea, was sentenced to six months in prison.

Karrie’s mother, Barbara O’Brien, was given probation.

And the O’Heasleys were ordered to pay $50,000 in child endangerement fines.

In 2011, Karrie was diagnosed with a rare type of brain cancer called non-small cell lung cancer.

She had surgery on the day of the accident, but doctors couldn’t detect the cancer, the sheriff’s office said.

The O’Hare family sued the sheriff for child endangerance, claiming the sheriff ignored signs of a serious illness that could have led to the accident.

A judge ordered the Oesleys to pay the $50 million settlement.

The lawsuit was dismissed in December 2012.

But the sheriff is appealing, saying the case has nothing to do with cancer.