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InStyle February 2020

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2 min.
hello!

In early November I was reading an article in The New Yorker called “The Women Who Helped Build Hollywood,” by Margaret Talbot. The piece detailed the work of women in behind-the-scenes film roles in the early-20th century, as the industry was becoming internationally dominant. But as studios started to consolidate, these women—directors, illustrators, script supervisors, and editors—found the doors to entry closing. Then, just like that, they were swept away by history. I was struck by this story, and particularly the opening image of Mary Blair, one of the key animators of the era. So, I sent the portrait and the article to Olivia Wilde as inspiration for her InStyle cover shoot, our fourth issue dedicated to Badass Women. (See our homage to the image, inset). While this issue celebrates women…

1 min.
contributors

What’s Your Most Badass Moment…So Far? “Hands down, directing a movie [Booksmart, left] is the most badass thing I’ve ever done.”OLIVIA WILDE Actress and Director, “A Woman in Hollywood,” p. 85“Anytime I choose to speak out about something that’s affected me, but is very vulnerable, is badass.”BEANIE FELDSTEIN Actress, “A Woman in Hollywood,” p. 85“Turning Cheryl Strayed’s book Tiny Beautiful Things into a critically acclaimed play with productions all over the U.S.”MARSHALL HEYMAN Writer, “The Original,” p. 100“I had a kid! I pushed a child out of my vagina. That’s the most badass thing I’ve ever done, for sure.”LA LA ANTHONY Actress, Designer, and Author, “La La Land,” p. 96“When I was around 14 years old, I dropped in on the old vertical [skate] ramp in Kingston, London. It was a…

2 min.
the cover

Last year Olivia Wilde made her directorial feature début with Booksmart, a film that focused on strong female bonds and boasted a cast and crew of mainly women. So, for our photo shoot with her, we decided to pay homage to female filmmakers from the Golden Age of Hollywood. After posing in nostalgic looks by Miu Miu, Michael Kors Collection, and Brandon Maxwell on a studio lot in Los Angeles, Wilde spoke passionately about the early-20th-century storytellers who were all but erased from movie history. “Hollywood used to be dominated by women, and then we rolled back the clock and destroyed the evidence,” she said, wearing a custom T that read “But what I really want to do is direct.” Says Wilde, “We’re bringing it back to that time and…

3 min.
the start: the news in style

NEXT ROUND Inspired by the Roman Colosseum’s striking curves, Italian jeweler Bulgari developed a new method of winding tubogas (gas pipe) chains to create its B.zero1 range in 1999. This season the line continues its innovative legacy with the Rebel collection, an edgy update on the cylindrical styles featuring punky spikes and black ceramics. Head Over Heels For its first collection, sustainable-footwear newbie Nomasei has worked with a family-run factory in Tuscany to build the ultimate shoe wardrobe. Bonus: The company is committed to transparency (reports on its environmental and ethical impact are public) and offers direct-to-consumer pricing (everything is under $600). CLOSET CLASSIC Stand Studio Best known for bold outerwear, this buzzy Swedish brand uses fur and leather (including plenty of faux options) as the centerpieces of its showstopping styles. French Kiss Accessories designer Clare Vivier brings…

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on demand: what we can't stop thinking about this month

GONE MOD Retro-cool shoes kick it up for spring.…

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the look

ICE COLD LIYA KEBEDE IN MONCLER GENIUS What’s cooler than being cool? Supermodel, maternal-health advocate, and Lemlem designer Liya Kebede’s toasty warm puffer skirt from her collaboration with Valentino creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli for Moncler. In a brilliant styling twist for this year’s British Fashion Awards, she teamed it with a simple white T (by Moncler Simone Rocha) and a chunky watch to keep the over-the-top look grounded. Off the Grid Timeless checks and plaid are anything but staid in curve-enhancing cuts and fresh silhouettes. “This look was classic Old Hollywood glamour made new.”—CYNTHIA ERIVO in Thom Browne Heavy Metals Whether in Lurex, lamé, or sequins, molten metallics shine. “This piece of art was magnificent to wear.”—YARA SHAHIDI in Gucci Vote now! Choose your favorite star look of the day at instyle.com/lotd…