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ELLE April 2019

ELLE is the international fashion magazine for sophisticated, independent women with a strong sense of personal style. The hottest designers. The latest fashions on the street and on the runways. Plus the beauty, health and fitness finds to keep you glowing. Get ELLE digital magazine subscription today.

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APR 1 VISIT There may be hot pants and miniskirts galore at the V&A’s Mary Quant show, but the exhibit is anything but abbreviated. Take in over 200 garments and accessories, some from Quant’s personal archive, from the color-loving British designer who launched the Mod fashion revolution. (April 6 to February 16, 2020; vam.ac.uk) 2 WATCH Hanna, the young title character of Amazon’s new series premiering May 29, was raised by her father in a remote forest to be the perfect assassin. Forced to reckon with their enemies, though, she begins to uncover secrets about her identity. The bingeable thriller, adapted from the 2011 film of the same name, stars newcomer Esme Creed-Miles and reunites Joel Kinnaman and Mireille Enos from AMC’s The Killing. 3 READ Through hugely successful benefit auctions, Christie’s senior executive Lydia Fenet…

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NINA GARCIAEditor-in-Chief STEPHEN GANCreative Director EMMA ROSENBLUMExecutive Editor MARTIN HOOPSExecutive Design Director ERIN HOBDAYExecutive Managing Editor ALIX CAMPBELLChief Photography Director,Hearst Magazines KATIE CONNORDeputy Editor JOANN PAILEYFashion and MarketDirector JENNIFER WEISELEntertainment Director ALEXIS WOLFEAccessories Director MELISSA GIANNINIFeatures Director VÉRONIQUE HYLANDFashion Features Director LAURA SAMPEDRODeputy Managing Editor FASHION Senior Market Editor SARAH ZENDEJAS Credits Editor CAITLIN MULLEN Accessories Market Editor STEPHANIE SANCHEZ Associate Market Editor KIA GOOSBY Assistant ROSIE JARMAN FEATURES Fashion Features Editor NAOMI ROUGEAU Strategic Projects and Technology Editor JENNA BLAHA Staff Writer MOLLY LANGMUIR Associate Editor BRIANNA KOVAN BEAUTY Beauty Editor KATE FOSTER Assistant Beauty Editor ERIN REIMEL ART AND DESIGN Deputy Art Director KATELYN BAKER Design Assistant JULIANNA DANIELSON International Coordinator MONIQUE BONIOL PHOTOGRAPHY Deputy Photo Director CARY GEORGES Senior Photo Editor LAUREN BROWN HEARST PHOTOGRAPHY GROUP Directors DARRICK HARRIS, JAMES MORRIS, DAVID MURPHY Deputy Director FIONA LENNON Senior Researcher MEGAN A. VICTORIA Editor IGNACIO MURILLO Associate Editors CORI JAYNE HOWARTH, NELIDA MORTENSEN Assistant EMILIE BENYOWITZ COPY AND RESEARCH Copy Chiefs JAMES LOCHART, TERRI SCHLENGER Research Chiefs BRENDÁN CUMMINGS, LINDA A.…

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opening up

Later this year—December 13, to be exact—Taylor Swift will turn 30. For this issue, she wrote about the lessons she’s learned, and is still learning, on her life’s journey thus far. At Taylor’s request, every word (and a few fire emoji) is presented completely raw and unedited. The ALL CAPS for emphasis? That’s 100 percent Taylor. And speaking on a personal level, I can relate to the desire to control one’s narrative. During the planning of this issue, I made the extremely difficult decision to undergo a preventive double mastectomy. A series of genetic tests had shown that I carry a mutation to the BARD1 gene, which interacts with the BRCA1 gene and may increase one’s chances for breast and ovarian cancer. My surgery was scheduled for the very beginning of…

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new arrivals

NO. 1 THE BRIGHT BAG For his debut as the newly installed creative director of Bottega Veneta, Daniel Lee boldly enlarges the house’s signature intrecciato woven-leather goods and dials the color up to 11. Handbag, Bottega Veneta, 800-845-6790. NO. 2 THE STATEMENT BRACELET In a sea of dainty bangles, Cartier’s sculptural band of coral beads and yellow gold spikes stands out as a modern marvel. Bracelet, Cartier, 800-CARTIER. NO. 3 THE SCARF BOOT Hermès’s white version of the classic equestrian style, outfitted in charming twill ribbons, is at once the show pony and workhorse in your style stable. Boots with silk ties, Hermès, $2,625, hermes.com.…

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the influentials / spring style edition

JULES JACOBSON @JULES.JACOBSON “BCBGMAXAZRIA is so in line with my personal ethos of ‘good style, good attitude’. Their clothes fit me so well.” “cbdMD’s oils, bath bombs, and lotions help me reset and relax after a long day of work.” Social media influencer Jules Jacobson (@jules.jacobson) has that kind of style—modern minimalism with pops of the unexpected—that’s as cool, chic, and covetable in her home base of Brooklyn, NY, as it is in whatever locale she’s jetting off to next. With spring upon us, Jacobson reveals what’s she’s excited for next and how she keeps it forever fashionable and fresh, no matter where she finds herself. “This cleansing balm does it all—cleans, removes makeup, and hydrates my skin at the same time!” “This serum from Peter Thomas Roth helps to visibly reduce the look of…

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it takes two

Laure Heriard Dubreuil says she’s been barefoot for the past two weeks. She was on vacation in Mustique; now she’s back in New York, at the Soho outpost of the Webster, the luxury boutique she cofounded in Miami in 2009 (other branches are in Houston; Costa Mesa, California; and Bal Harbour, Florida). We’re on the store’s top floor, a penthouse–turned–personal-shopping haven, complete with 1980s-style low couches and a glass table, that she jokingly refers to as the Scarface room. Dubreuil’s approach to retail is not to think of it as such. “It’s more about lifestyle for me,” she says. The New York store, which opened its doors in 2017, feels like a thriving scene compared to the empty storefronts that now dominate once-crowded shopping blocks. Part of the appeal is the…

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