On the cover of the cool kid bible, Fox is actually covered up for once -- wearing a baggy tee, flannel shirt, "Dynasty"-shouldered blazer and high-waisted mom jean cut-offs (this is a Nylon cover, after all).
The inside spread finds Fox a tad more, um foxy, wearing short-shorts with a more finished inseam, the blazer-layered-over-plaid thing again and a flash of her bad girl tattoos.
Surprisingly, she looks almost cool. But will Nylon's more alternative readers really buy it?
So, we'd be surprised if her placement on Nylon's cover won't result in a little bit of displeasure from the magazine's hipster fans.
We're hoping they at least appreciate Nylon's stylists and editor-in-chief Marvin Scott Jarrett (who shot the cover and inside spread) for sparing them from images of Fox's over-exposed cleavage.
What do you think of Fox playing Nylon girl? Can she pull it off? Leave a comment below.
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