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HELLO! Fashion Monthly

HELLO! Fashion Monthly

September 2020

HELLO! Fashion Monthly (HFM) - a monthly Fashion and Beauty magazine from HELLO!. Every month HFM will bring you style tips, beauty news, the latest high-street buys, swoon-worthy catwalk looks, and in depth fashion and celebrity interviews. Enjoy every glossy page at your fingertips with the digital edition – exclusive extra content, picture galleries, competitions and videos.

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United Kingdom
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Hello! Limited
Periodicidad:
Monthly
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1 min.
welcome

Welcome to our September issue, in fashion terms the biggest of the year, so producing it entirely from home was challenging. Introducing cover star British singer-songwriter Arlissa, who is launching her long-awaited debut album. We interviewed her over the phone in lockdown in LA and she opened up about her road to success and being typecast because of the colour of her skin.We think you’ll be inspired by her voice.We also aim to inspire you with our catwalk guide to the new season and by championing sustainable shopping. If anything has come out of these mind-boggling few months, it’s the need to protect the things that are most important, including great music, our planet, ourselves and others!…

1 min.
collections issue

The team Perfected their baking skills in lockdown – this strawberry shortcake hit Jill’s sweet spot. Elle Tackled sun-frazzled hair and discovered the best masks and scalp saviours. Jill With fashion doyenne Lucinda Chambers at the launch of her new Re-Find Weekend Max Mara collection. Marion Made a slice of happiness with this DIY pizza from Jimmy Garcia Catering’s delivery service. Rachel And team Hello! showed their support for our courageous NHS workers by wearing blue. Fran On her daily walk in St James’s Park – these parakeets kept her feeling chirpy. Laura Ticked off two trends with this chunky chain and top-handle bag from Charles & Keith. Kelly Wearing Needle & Thread at the launch of the label’s Jasmine Hemsley sustainable collection.…

2 min.
the wish list

HAPPY FEET The epitome of summer in a shoe, this is a fabric and floral combination that will look great with everything from cute dresses to jeans. Mules, £395, Sophia Webster TABLE TREATS Dress up your table with these fruity and fabulous raffia wonders. Candlesticks, £205, Mercedes Salazar TEEN SPIRIT Encapsulating youth in a scent, with rose, tangerine and saffron. Lil Fleur EDP 100ml, £170, Byredo URBAN JUNGLE The leather straps interchange – choose from natural avocado, earth and forest shades. Watch, £490, Michel Herbelin SUN SALUTATIONS Bathing suits don’t get much more chic. Go from beach to bar by adding the matching trousers. Swimsuit, £400, Johanna Ortiz YOU SAY TOMATO Crafted using traditional artisanal techniques, this will add a splash of colour and fun to any kitchen. Tureen, £90, Bordallo Pinheiro FANCY FROCK Turn some heads and stand out on the dancefloor in this sequinned showstopper mini. Dress, £1,416,…

5 min.
aw20 catwalk guide

STELLA MCCARTNEY The British designer had performers in animal costumes walk alongside models, to underline the cruelty-free ethics of the brand. We saw vegan leather coats and fantastic fur-free shearlings. PHILOSOPHY DI LORENZO SERAFINI With no specific muse in mind, but a distinctly 70s glam-rock aesthetic, Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini’s collection was a feast of fun and fabulous femininity. There were exuberant amounts of decadent ruffles, flapper-esque fringing, flouncy feathers and Liberty prints, with pieces designed so beautifully they’ll be cherished as heirlooms for years to come. ETRO The fusion of cultures has always been at the core of Italian label Etro, and this season is no exception. We saw a rich tapestry of looks dominating the runway, including blanket coats, embroidered ponchos, embellished shearlings and beaded denim. The casting was strong and the collection…

11 min.
voice true

Speaking on the phone rather than face-to-face is becoming part of the so-called new normal, but when we talk to singer-songwriter Arlissa, who is spending lockdown in her Los Angeles apartment, we receive some technical difficulties. “This is why… I didn’t want to FaceTime,” she laughs, after taking it upon herself to call us back on the app. A video appears of her under her duvet – although it is still only 9am in LA: “I’m like, ‘Hello’ still in bed.” The 27-year-old moved to the States from London two years ago. “When I came out here, I clicked a bit more with the producers I worked with,” she tells us. Plus, the weather is good, which allows her to go hiking. “I need to be active, for my mind.” Of course,…

2 min.
the global need-to-know brands

Saudi Arabia ABADIA Derived from the Arabic words for desert and timeless, Saudi label Abadia believes in giving artisans – particularly women – a sustainable source of income, while preserving crafts that are otherwise lost in mass production. Using sustainable traditional techniques, and knowledge that has been passed down through generations, female artisans create embroidery, sadu weaving and beading that are then incorporated into the collection. Bridging the gap between modern design and heritage craftsmanship, Abadia forgoes trends and focuses on ethically-made pieces that celebrate the culture of the Middle East. Georgia MACH & MACH Founded in 2012 by Georgian sisters, Nina and Gvantsa Macharashvili, Mach & Mach is one of Tbilisi’s most celebrated fashion brands. With its sparkle, sheer and futuristic high-shine aesthetic, this Insta-friendly collection serves up disco-ready pieces. Alongside blingy frocks and…