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Harper's Bazaar Australia August 2018

Harper’s BAZAAR is the style resource for women who are the first to buy the best, from casual to couture. With style, authority and insider insight, BAZAAR focuses on luxury fashion and beauty, and covers what’s new to what and who’s next. Month after month, Harper’s BAZAAR showcases the world’s most visionary stylists and talented designers to deliver readers a visually stunning portrayal of the world of fashion and beauty.

Country:
Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
Bauer Media Pty Ltd
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IN THIS ISSUE

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editor’s letter

Last year, my youngest daughter went to a Friday night soccer game in Sydney to watch her hero, 2018 Young Australian of the Year Samantha Kerr. She came home buzzing with Kerr’s autograph and a coveted snapshot of herself next to the star striker.When I told Lola, now nine, that BAZAAR had photographed Sam in Chicago — where she’s currently based playing for the Red Stars — for this month’s Visionary Women portfolio, she told me she wants to be just like Sam when she grows up. This is not an extraordinary story. Little girls all over the world have heroes they want to grow up to be like. However, it made me feel very proud of the stories my team at BAZAAR work hard to find and share with you…

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contributors

JACINTA TYNAN Last October, journalist and women’s advocate Tracey Spicer put a call-out on Twitter inviting women to privately share their #MeToo experiences. An overwhelming 1600+ women contacted her, and Spicer has been investigating their stories ever since, leading to allegations of harassment by powerful men in the entertainment industry. In this month’s portfolio, Sky News presenter, Sunday Life magazine columnist and meditation advocate Jacinta Tynan shares a personal account of her longtime friend’s strength and perseverance on page 82. I’m inspired by women who … “overcome adversity, finding the courage to step outside their comfort zones and affect other people’s lives for the better.Women like Jessica Brown, founder of the Sister2Sister mentor program for at-risk teenage girls. Jess has helped hundreds of young women change the course of their lives and…

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harper's bazaar.com.au

MASTERING MATERNITY STYLE Five ultra-chic real women on how to dress while expecting — sans stretchy maternity tights. REAL WEDDINGS Perve on the no-detail-spared nuptials of Australia’s most stylish women (and get your hands on their little black books) with our Real Brides series. THE PRE-EMPTIVE SPRING CLEAN From a Kirribilli Markets stall to employing a clothing envoy via Airtasker, BAZAAR editors share their tips for mastering the biannual wardrobe cull. WHY YOUR SKINCARE STOPPED WORKING Do you really need to rejig your skincare every couple of months? Or is that another beauty myth? Three dermatologists weigh in. ARE YOU FOLLOWING BAZAAR AUSTRALIA ON INSTAGRAM? Keep tabs on the daily happenings at BAZAAR HQ by tapping on our Instagram Stories. Follow @BAZAARAustralia…

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inspired by what you’ve seen in bazaar ?

BACK TO THE FUTURE I’m 58 and I just purchased my first BAZAAR. Flipping through and delighting at the fashion pages, it occurred to me that I am stuck in a rut with regard to my wardrobe. Don’t get me wrong, I have fabulous pieces. But because of the June/July issue, I will be wearing this with that a lot more creatively.After all, as a teenager in the ’70s — the most stylish and fab decade, in my opinion — I certainly had flair with my flares, and I intend to channel that mindset once again.Thanks for an enjoyable and mind-opening experience. Jennifer, via email READER RESPONSE PRIZE The winner of the best reader response published in the September 2018 issue will win a champagne lunch for you and two friends at Saké Restaurant…

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lara worthington

The A-List Model, mogul and mother to three-year-old Rocket and one-year-old Racer, Lara Worthington is living proof you can have it all. She’s a busy woman, so it’s no surprise that when it comes to her style, she likes to keep it simple, favouring a sleek and sophisticated aesthetic and a monochrome palette enlivened with killer accessories. On the red carpets of Hollywood and beyond, Worthington is a champion of Australian brands such as Dion Lee, Ellery and Christopher Esber, which she mixes with international luxury favourites including Céline, Prada and Louis Vuitton. Of course, it’s easy to look the part when you have your own beauty brand and a body toned and honed to perfection, but perhaps Worthington’s best asset is her warmth and authenticity coupled with a fierce…

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wish list

MY STYLE IS COMFORT, always, but what is comfortable changes day to day. It can go from a hoodie and jeans to a Gunne Sax dress to a full SEQUIN-DISCO look [4]. I love ALESSANDRO MICHELE (obviously) at Gucci [1, 6]. His ability to reference a vast amount of things yet create something totally new EXCITES me every time he designs a new collection. My friend MARISA JIWI SEOK makes this crazy jewellery line called Jiwinaia [3]. The pieces are WILD and always so ORIGINAL. I want Gucci’s Web wicker mini shoulder bag [8] and Jiwinaia’s Eastpak collab [11]. I’m obsessed with Justine Clenquet [5] and have so many pairs of the same HOOP EARRINGS that I wear EVERY DAY. I have more than 30 pairs of CLASSIC JEANS [12]…

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