According to The Guardian, this comes close.
In The Guardian, Imogen Fox analyzes the delicate art of choosing a face who will sell magazines to the masses—loyal readers are served between the covers, but the cover girl needs to appeal to everyone in the Loblaws line.
The winning (and totally depressing) formula? Tawny hair, white skin and a pink dress that isn’t too fashion-forward. In England, the dependable triumvirate is Kate Moss, Alexa Chung and Cheryl Cole.
Who would be the North American equivalent?