British Vogue

British Vogue March 2021

No other magazines combine beauty, style, glamour, design, fashion and contemporary culture in such an inspiring mix. VOGUE employs the most talented photographers, stylists, writers and editors to fill the pages each month with new trends, controversial images and challenging ideas

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The T-shirt may be a simple, universal garment, but it is currently fashion’s most powerful device for activism. Throughout last year and into this, in-demand tees have proliferated across social media and in stores, highlighting (or sounding the alarm on) subjects from green practices to political affiliations and appeals for social justice. Notably, and rightly, many of these products dropped – and will continue to drop – with philanthropic components. Hundreds of thousands of pounds from their profits have been donated to crucial, global causes. Last summer, Brain Dead partnered with musician Dev Hynes to create a T-shirt that raised nearly $500,000 for The Movement for Black Lives. Palace Skateboards modified its logo to read “National Health Service”, with profits from sales going to the NHS’s official charities, while bootleg label…

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2 minutes to glow

IF IT’S A LUMINOUS glow you’re after, Kate Somerville – one of Hollywood’s most in-demand superfacialists – is your woman. The expert hands behind many of those smooth, even-toned faces you see on red carpets, she knows a thing or two about creating dramatically smoother, radiant and healthy skin, having encountered all manner of skin concerns in her Melrose Place clinic, which opened in 2004. The good news is that there is a nextbest-thing to visiting the clinic: her skincare range. The first (and now cult) product she launched in the range – the award-winning ExfoliKate Intensive – has become a symbol of her skincare ethos for glowing skin. The first of its kind, it spearheaded the chemicalmeets-physical exfoliator trend, with lactic acid, fruit enzymes and a granular scrub, to great…

1 min
pièces de resistance

“Maria Grazia Chiuri’s take on tie-dye at Dior showcased luxury imbued with a bohemian spirit”LAURA INGHAM, FASHION MARKET DIRECTOR…

2 min

Everyone knew 27-year-old JGrrey would be a singer, long before she did. “When I first met my mum, she’d say, ‘I wanna hear you on the radio,’” she tells Vogue. Having spent her early years in foster homes around Lambeth, JGrrey (real name Jennifer Clarke) was seven when she found her “forever home” with her adoptive Sri Lankan mother and English father. At a studio more than a decade later, friends encouraged her to sing on a track. Unsatisfied, she put out unmixed neo-soul SoundCloud experiments, catching the attention of YouTube music platform Colors Studios. Her performance on the channel, which garnered more than two million views, was her second-ever. Soon after, Billie Eilish asked JGrrey to join her European tour, where she performed to tens of thousands. “I hadn’t…

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LANCOME LASH IDOLE MASCARA, £23.50 Get to grips with the latest innovation from the mascara maestros at Lancôme. The wand is small but mighty: with 360 bristles in 250 different sizes to capture every lash. CHANEL ROUGE ALLURE LAQUE ULTRAWEAR SHINE LIQUID LIP COLOUR, £31 Waterproof and smudgeproof, this high-shine liquid lipstick-meets-lip balm boasts 12 hours of moisturising wear in 20 joy-inducing colours. MARC JACOBS BEAUTY CAFE OMEGA X THREE PALETTE, £42 This three-in-one radiance generator contains blusher, bronzer and highlighter injected with the right amount of shimmer for subtle luminosity. BYREDO PRISMIC 18-COLOUR EYESHADOW PALETTE, £77 Happiness in an eyeshadow palette. This kaleidoscope of silky and shimmering colours acts as the ideal springboard to myriad different looks. Experiment as much as you dare. NARS AIR MATTE LIP COLOR, £23 With a mousse-like, air-whipped lightweight texture, this is matt…

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