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Harper's Bazaar

Jun/Jul 2019

Every issue of Harper's Bazaar speaks to the varied interests of the discerning contemporary woman who seeks the best for her home, career and lifestyle.

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editor’s letter

Among the great joys of making this magazine is the opportunity to celebrate some truly special people, like this issue’s cover star, Jennifer Aniston. Not only does she always look incredible, but she also radiates a unique kindness that instantly makes you want to be her friend. Also in these pages you’ll find a tribute to the wonderful Elton John, featuring a personal essay by his longtime lyricist, Bernie Taupin. I’ll never forget Elton’s tremendous generosity of spirit when years ago my best friend was very sick with AIDS and Elton sent his driver to the hospital to bring him anything in the world he wanted (a fried egg sandwich—and he got it). Elsewhere in the issue, one of my favorite artists of all time, Cindy Sherman, opens up about…

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welcome to the issue

THE PAGES OF BAZAAR are a place where creative worlds collide. In this issue, we’re bringing you some exciting—and unexpected—new pairings. When Paramount Pictures Studios’ Manhattan sets became home to the inaugural edition of the Frieze Los Angeles art fair, there seemed no better location for us to showcase the New York fall collections (page 130). Elsewhere, you’ll find an interview with Alessandro Michele on Gucci’s foray into beauty alongside a portfolio by the legendary photographer Tina Barney, who put her own spin on the works of the old masters (page 142). And you’ll hear from Diane von Furstenberg on her involvement in the highly anticipated Statue of Liberty Museum, a project that’s deeply personal to the designer—who herself is an immigrant—and one that’s particularly fitting for Bazaar, as the…

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harper's bazaar

Editor in Chief DAME GLENDA BAILEYExecutive Managing Editor ELLEN PAYNEExecutive Editor AMY SYNNOTTDesign Director ELIZABETH HUMMERExecutive Fashion Director NICOLE FRITTONFashion Director MIGUEL ENAMORADOStyle Director JOANNA HILLMANEntertainment Director ANDREA CUTTLERAccessories Director AMANDA ALAGEMManaging Editor M. RYAN PURDYBeauty Director JESSICA MATLINExecutive Director, Bazaar.com JOYANN KINGChief Photography Director, Hearst Magazines ALIX CAMPBELLFASHIONExecutive Fashion & Beauty Editor AVRIL GRAHAMSenior Fashion Market Editor CASSIE ANDERSONFashion & Retail Credits Editor ALICIA BANILIVYAssistant Fashion Editor JACLYN ALEXANDRA COHENAccessories Assistant GRAHAM KEMPBEAUTYBeauty Editor ALEXANDRA ENGLERAssistant Beauty Editor SAM NEIBARTFASHION NEWS & FEATURESDeputy Fashion News Editor ALISON S. COHNCOPY & RESEARCHCopy Chief VICTORIA PEDERSENSenior Copy Editor DIANE STEGMANNResearch Chief JIL DERRYBERRYARTArt Director GARY PONZOArt & Color Coordinator JUSTIN MAINDesigner ELLEN MacDERMOTTPHOTOPhoto Archivist & Research Editor KARIN KATOPhoto & Bookings Editor IGNACIO MURILLOAssociate Photo Editor CORI JAYNE HOWARTHADMINISTRATIONEditorial Business Director…

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the buy beauty

THE SKIN AROUND your eyes is the most delicate on your face, so treat it gently with Mary Kay’s best-selling eye makeup remover. When shaken, the ingredients in this bi-phase formula combine to create a solution that effortlessly dissolves even the most dramatic kohl pencil, glittery shadow, and waterproof mascara—without the need for tugging. Even better, it’s oil-free, hypoallergenic, and ophthalmologisttested, so it’s suitable for contact lens wearers and those with sensitive skin. All that, in one clean sweep.…

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the hero

The glorious, carefree afternoons under the sun have arrived! Make your Summer Fridays extra bright with our exclusive Hero with Kule. The NY-based brand is known for its refreshing take on stripes, and this pajama-inspired shirt is crafted with a custommade cotton popl in from a storied Italian fabric mill. Easy-towear, breathable, and comfortable, get ready to stay cool all season long.SB=BUY ON ShopBAZAAR.comJOSHUA PESTKA/STUDIO D. STYLING: JADE FRAMPTON. MAKEUP: MIGUEL LLEDO FOR MAC COSMETICS. MODEL: ZLATA SEMENKO/ONE MANAGEMENT. SUNGLASSES: RAY BAN. SWIMWEAR: JADESWIM.…

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top styling tips

ValentinoChanelChannel an ’80s vibe with vintage-inspired button earrings.ChanelAdd a pretty pop of red with a camellia-bow barrette.A sleek metallic hairpin refines any hairstyle.Deborah Pagani hairpin, $90. deborahpagani.com.Jennifer Fisher hairpin, $75 for the set. 888-255-0640. (Dolce & Gabbana)Proenza SchoulerWhite boots are still going strong. Try a square-toe style to keep the look fresh.OPTIC EXTRASSTRIPED PUMPSaint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello shoe, $1,095. 212-980-2970.CRYSTAL-EMBELLISHED RINGLouis Vuitton ring. 866-VUITTON.CHECKERED CAT’S-EYESCoach 1941 sunglasses, $225. coach.com.WOVEN TOTEDolce & Gabbana bag, $4,145. 877-70-DGUSA.SEE WHERE TO BUY FOR SHOPPING DETAILS…