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Harper's Bazaar UK

Harper's Bazaar UK

November 2020

One of the world's most influential fashion titles, Harper's Bazaar has always been famous for its ability to blend inspiring fashion with intelligent features. Harper's Bazaar is for the sophisticated, discerning woman, bringing her a perfect mix of stunning fashion stories, informed arts coverage, informative beauty pages and strong, intelligent features every month.

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United Kingdom
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English
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Hearst Magazines UK
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Monthly
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2 min.
express yourself

‘You have to fight to become an artist,’ Maria Grazia Chiuri tells us this month. ‘It isn’t easy.’ Over the centuries, this struggle has been particularly arduous for women, who have consistently been denied the acclaim that is their due. In her capacity as the creative director of Dior, Chiuri has used her platform to redress this imbalance and elevate contemporary female talents. Hers is a mission that we share at Bazaar, where our November issue, and the accompanying Bazaar Art magazine, are both dedicated to celebrating brilliant women artists from across the globe. Alongside our exploration of Chiuri’s collaborations, art meets fashion in a collage-style pastoral fantasy, a model dives into the deep in shades of azure, aqua and ultramarine, and we explore the dramatic power of red lipstick.…

6 min.
contributors

ABI DARÉ Page 196 Born and raised in Lagos, the novelist studied law before completing a master’s degree in creative writing at Birkbeck. In 2018, she won the Bath Novel Award for her debut, The Girl With the Louding Voice, which was published earlier this year. In ‘Curl power’, she describes the joy she has found in embracing her natural hair. The outfit you’d wear to have your portrait painted ‘A combination of the African ankara and adire materials to create a peplum blazer with big buttons and a patchwork pencil skirt, accessorised with round fabric earrings.’ Your favourite gallery in the world ‘Nike Art Gallery in Lagos, for its expansive collection of modern and traditional art in West Africa.’ The fashion designer and artist collaboration you’d like to see ‘I’d love to…

1 min.
bazaar at work week connecting visionary women

Harper’s Bazaar has always championed the cause of the career woman. Since the foundation of our Bazaar At Work programme in 2013, we have sought to inspire and inform our readers with the most exciting developments in the world of work, through a combination of thoughtprovoking print and online content, and in-demand speaker events. This November, we are set to host the inaugural Bazaar At Work Week, a four-day series of digital talks, panel discussions and interactive Q&A sessions featuring high-profile women from sectors including business, technology and the arts. Join us from 16 to 19 November to explore themes such as the power of inclusion, the future of the office and how to navigate the uncertainties of the post-Covid landscape. Plus, the multi-award-winning actress Gillian Anderson will be in conversation…

2 min.
10 things we love

HAIR AND MAKE-UP BY LOU BOX AT ONE REPRESENTS, USING DAVINES AND PAT MCGRATH LABS. STYLIST’S ASSISTANT: EDEN HURLEY. MODEL: LULU DE FREITAS AT THE HIVE MANAGEMENT. WITH THANKS TO ARLO, PERCY, PONGO, SCOOBY, MAGGIE, MIGUEL, PACO AND RENEE…

1 min.
my moodboard

‘I’m not someone who likes looking backwards,’ says the British designer Paul Smith, ‘but my team persuaded me that 50 years in this business is a milestone worth celebrating.’ And celebrate he did, with an A/W 20 collection that featured spaghetti and fax prints from the Paul Smith archive, reworked into silk shirts and cropped jackets. The palette mixed natural tones and sky blue for a hit of optimism and positivity. ‘Today, it feels more necessary than ever,’ he says. ‘Although we’ve all spent recent months in casual clothes, I still look forward to having an excuse to get dressed up and go out.’…

2 min.
stepping up

I am always inspired by people on the street. I’m curious about how they combine different looks and how they mix them in unexpected ways,’ says Walter Chiapponi, the creative director of Tod’s. For his highly anticipated first collection at the helm of the luxury fashion house, the Milanese designer was drawn to a specific kind of street style: the innate buongusto (good taste) of his fellow Italians. ‘I wanted to draw on Italy’s class and elegance, giving it a contemporary twist,’ he says. His fresh take on elevated daywear is full of sophisticated silhouettes and exquisite detailing: whisper-soft knits and chic pussy-bow blouses are paired with slouchy corduroy trousers and elegantly tailored outerwear, all in a rich palette of burgundy, camel and slate. There’s a nod to Chiapponi’s love…