It's already been a year since Kim Kardashian effectively "broke the internet" with her immediately infamous cover photo for PAPER magazine. But even as famous as Kim K is on her own, it was social media users who really helped break the internet because they, as PAPER so deftly put its, "took to their social media channels, created memes, and spread the story like wildfire. They made it their story."

To show their gratitude for their fans and the power that they hold in today's culture, PAPER has announced that the magazine will dedicate this year's "Break the Internet" issue to fans and that the issue will be fittingly titled "Fandemonium." According to the magazine, this issue is intended—like its name suggests—to "make fans go nuts."

And the "fandemonium" will begin with a series of four different covers: Paris Hilton, "shot for the first time with slicked hair in avant-garde fashion"; Lucy Hale, who "went to the dark place"; Chloë Sevigny, who graciously agreed to recreate Carrie and nailed it; and Marc Jacobs' dog Neville, who dressed in "his Sunday's finest" just for the cameras. All four covers are absolutely gorgeous in their own right and deserve to be collected as much as they deserve to be read!

The magazine has also revealed snippets of information about what fans can expect inside the issue: Lucky Blue Smith in the morning, Amber Rose's feminist side, Gigi Gorgeous' romance novel makeover, a visit with Pumpkin the Raccoon, John Stamos' ass, Austin Mahoney with clothes on (womp) and plenty more.

More images are forthcoming later today, as well as a steady stream of the full pieces from within the issue over the next few weeks. We are not worthy.

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