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ELLE January 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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1 SEE The late French jeweler Jean Schlumberger conjured gemstone fantasies and counted Jackie Kennedy Onassis among his fans. He also fought in the Battle of Dunkirk. Drawn to Beauty: The Art and Atelier of Jean Schlumberger, at the Museum of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg, Florida (through March 10), examines the artist’s life from his early years in Paris to his tenure at Tiffany & Co. and beyond. (Diana Vreeland Trophée de Vaillance clip, 1941; diamonds, enamel, amethyst, ruby, platinum, and gold; 2 VISIT Before the V&A’s sweeping Dior exhibition opens next month, head to the Denver Art Museum, where the first major U.S. retrospective on the French couturier is currently on view. Dior: From Paris to the World boasts more than 200 couture garments and runs through March 3. ( 3…

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the greats

The tendency to diminish a woman’s achievements based on her life choices isn’t exclusive to men. In this month’s cover story, Jennifer Aniston points out that it’s women who all too often undermine her professional success by focusing on her personal life instead. “That’s part of sexism,” she tells writer Carina Chocano. “Maybe those women haven’t figured out that they have the power, that they have the ability to achieve a sense of inner happiness.” A year ago, I became the editor-in-chief of ELLE. Shortly thereafter, Maria Grazia Chiuri asked, “Why have there been no great women artists?” as part of her spring collection for Dior. The heady question (originally posed by historian Linda Nochlin in her 1971 critique of the art world) was printed on a bateau-neck striped top and…

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new arrivals

THE SHOE At this season’s Oscar de la Renta show, the house’s signature billowy ball gowns and fit-and-flare dresses made way for caftans and sarong-style draped frocks. Worldly, elegant Roman sandals finished off the haute bohemian looks—just the inspiration needed for booking your first vacation of 2019. Leather sandal, Oscar de la Renta, THE BAG With its bold, brassy riveting; weighty chain strap; and dainty tea rose turn-lock closure, Coach’s new Parker shoulder bag is catnip for whimsy lovers and sophisticates alike. Crocodile-embossed shoulder bag, Coach, $450, THE NECKLACE Tiffany & Co. is reviving several of iconic French jeweler Jean Schlumberger’s witty nature-inspired creations as part of its Legendary Designs series. The crowning glory: the midcentury Fringe necklace, now in diamonds and lush green tsavorites. Gold, platinum, diamond, and tsavorite necklace, Tiffany &…

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women in hollywood 25 years

ELLE CELEBRATED THE 25TH ANNUAL WOMEN IN HOLLYWOOD EVENT at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills on October 15, presented by CALVIN KLEIN, L’Oréal Paris and Hearts On Fire, with a special thanks to Moët & Chandon, Lexus and HP. ELLE brought together Hollywood’s most stunning and accomplished talent for a celebratory awards ceremony hosted by Mindy Kaling.…

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getting personal

For decades, mining archival images of, say, Jackie O in Capri could provide sufficient creative fodder for a compelling ready-to-wear collection. But these days, and this season in particular, many burgeoning designers favor a far more personal approach, rooted in individual heritage. For his debut spring 2019 show in New York, Baton Rouge native and SCAD graduate Christopher John Rogers aimed for “a Southern ‘Sunday best’ moment” and drew upon his childhood memories of church fashion. “My grandmother always wore a green suit with a green pump, hat, and bag,” Rogers says, noting the effort required to match perfectly. “With monochrome dressing, you really have to pay attention to the cut of things.” Before he was aware that fashion design was a viable career option, Rogers experimented with garbage bags,…

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1. PAOLINA RUSSO The inventive use of sports gear as “fabric” helped this recent Central Saint Martins grad win the school’s prestigious L’Oréal Professionnel Young Talent Award. For her BA collection, the Canadian subbed out traditional satin and lace for deconstructed soccer cleats and balls, hockey helmets, and other gym-class staples to deliver over-the-top corsetry more suitable for the stage than the field. Solange Knowles has already slipped into one of Russo’s pieces. Perhaps the designer’s lifelong style icon, Gwen Stefani, will be her next convert. ( 2. COURRÈGES “I’m not an eco-warrior. This is more about making common sense sexy again,” says Courrèges’s new creative director, Yolanda Zobel, of her decision to phase out vinyl from the French house synonymous with slick midcentury design. Over the years, much of that sheen was…