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HELLO! Fashion Monthly March 2019

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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This month’s cover star Clara Paget is not only a talented actress (remember Anne Bonny in Black Sails?), she’s also using her voice to campaign for a plastic-free world. Her work with Project , a charity that aims to restore and protect the ocean, is one of her biggest passions – read her story and find out how we can all play our part. This issue we’re also looking at how to be more mindful of fashion’s impact on the environment, highlighting the brands that are leading the way in the sustainability stakes and chatting to influencer Niomi Smart about easy ways to be more conscious. Plus, don’t miss our expert edit of the biggest trends for SS19, helping you to make better choices and only buy the things you…

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trends issue

CHARLIE Hangs with iconic make-up artist Val Garland – in matching cat-eye specs – at the launch of her new book. THE TEAM Ask make-up artist to the stars Justine Jenkins for her fave eco beauty products – this Axiology lippie is a winner. MELINA & LAURA Don their aprons and rustle up some sweet treats at Doughnut Time with Curvissa. THE TEAM On location at House of Hackney founders Frieda Gormley and Javvy Royle’s maximalist home. KELLY Has a Wes Anderson moment enjoying a birthday cuppa in bed at London’s Zetter Townhouse hotel. JILL Meets cover star Clara Paget on our shoot and gets the lowdown on her latest charity projects – and her essential hair volume tips. RACHEL Picks her top flowery accessories for our ‘floral craftwork’ trend page. ELLE Learns the art of Swahili scarf wrapping on a trip to Pemba Island…

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wish list

ARM CANDY This sleek buttercup bag is perfect for adding to neutrals for a summery pop of colour. Bag, £295, DeMellier ON THE NOSE A pretty eau de parfum, with notes of rose, peach and vanilla, is just the thing for girly girls. Elixir 100ml, £225, Roja Parfums ALL-IN-ONE A boiler suit that’s still chic enough to wear to the office gets a big thumbs-up from us. Jumpsuit, £724, Flow The Label MAKE ME BLUSH A contrast ruffle and crystal brooch detail collar give this blouse the luxe factor. Blouse, £55, Sister Jane SUGARY SWEET Salted caramel truffles are a sure-fire way to woo your loved one this Valentine’s Day. Chocolates, £8.50, Prestat SPECS APPEAL Losing your glasses will be a thing of the past as 80s-style chains are back in a big way. Chain, £90, Frame Chain MAC ATTACK This hero trench…

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the agenda

BIG TRENDS GUIDE Team HFM and editor-at-large Hilary Alexander round up the ten looks you’ll want to wear for spring. From fruity suiting to souped-up surfer girls, take note... UTILITARIAN A utilitarian theme marched through the collections this season. At Givenchy there were patch pocket trousers with D-ring belts, at Max Mara and Hermès army-green twill and dresses worn over trousers, and elsewhere, boiler suits, combat pants and khaki satchels, nonchalantly slung over the shoulder. GET THE LOOK ALL THE TRIMMINGS ‘It’s decoration time. Christmas may have come and gone, but come spring get ready to decorate – again. Take inspo from Marc Jacobs, Simone Rocha, Valentino, Rejina Pyo and Erdem and put a bow, fringing or ruffle on it.’Hilary Alexander The fanciful desire for fringing and all things frou-frou shows no sign of abating, thanks to…

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changing the tides

Clara Paget has a wicked laugh. “Don’t quote me on this,” she says, before cackling, “I don’t know why I actually said that when I’m doing an interview.” We’ve just finished the cover shoot and the model, actress and charity ambassador is still full of energy, chatting animatedly as she changes into her own clothes – declaring how much she loves comfort as she pulls on her rubber-soled Maje boots. “I really liked the white dress I wore today, I took a picture of the label,” she says, reaching for her phone. “Here it is, the brand is Dafna May,” she recalls, showing the image she has kept for reference. As we head across the studio to the dining table Clara mentions how, impressively, the catering and production on the shoot…

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the leading questions

What was the last box set you watched? “The Sinner and I’ve just started Succession. But also I loved Maniac; I love the aesthetic and Emma Stone is incredible. She’s one of my favourite film stars.” Who else do you admire? “Cate Blanchett is my queen, always has been. And Charlize Theron, because she made herself so… not pretty in Monster . Sally Hawkins, she’s with my manager in Los Angeles. I heard her name and I was like, ‘I want that one’ [agent].” Do you have a signature dish? “I’m not a good cook, but I’m really trying to learn because I just did up my kitchen. So I have no excuse any more, it’s all there ready to go. I make banana bread, with little chocolate chips, that’s one thing I’m quite good…