ELLE July 2019

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brow down: find your holy grail

TATTOO STUDIO™ BROW GEL A LASTING IMPACT Craving a naturally defined “I just woke up like this” brow? Reach for this waterproof gel for full brows that will last and last (and last). Fill, set and forget for brow color that lasts up to 2 days. Available in 8 shades. TATTOO STUDIO™ BROW POMADE GO BOLD, OR GO HOME Build bold brow impact that will last all day. This matte pomade can create a range of smudge-proof brow looks. Simply outline and fill with the angled brush and blend with spoolie. Available in 8 shades. TATTOO STUDIO™ BROW TINT PEN DON’T SETTLE FOR SPARSE A hint of tint takes brows from sparse to naturally full. This precise pen with multi-prong tip draws on perfectly placed hair-like strokes. Apply in a downward motion. Available in 4…

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SEE The Coming World: Ecology as the New Politics 2030–2100, at Moscow’s Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, envisions what the world might look like if oil resources were exhausted or human life expanded beyond the earth. Over 50 artists weigh in, including John Akomfrah (right, a still from his video installation Purple) and Maurizio Cattelan. (garagemca.org; through December 1) SHOP A new crop of superchic maternity brands has won over fans—whether they’re expecting or not. Leading the pack is newcomer Tellus Mater, offering faux-leather pants and billowy pleated dresses. (Juno dress, $800, tellusmaternyc.com) WATCH This summer, Aladdin star Mena Massoud will show you a whole new plant-based world. He’s taking his company, Evolving Vegan, on the road, visiting cafés and chatting with experts about how small changes can help our planet. (See…

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a vintage getaway

WHY DO YOU LOVE TAKING ROAD TRIPS? MALIA: “Getting on the road gives me new things to see and a reason to be inspired. I love breaking free from my everyday life at home.” JESSICA: “Road trips symbolize endless possibilities and epic sunsets.” OPEN ROAD On an RV road trip, there are no flights to catch, no 11AM hotel checkouts and no rules to follow. You have the luxury of designing your journey and traveling at your own pace. ON PERSONAL STYLE MALIA: “I love searching for pieces that fit my unique fashion point-of-view. My style is feminine eclectic with a vintage flare.” JESSICA: “I am always finding new female designers and mixing them with great vintage pieces. My style is old-lady-on-vacation-meets-70s teenager.” WHY DO YOU LOVE VINTAGE SHOPPING? MALIA: “When you find a treasure, you can feel how…

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super women

Sustainability is a buzzword in fashion, with a new eco-friendly label launching practically every week. But here at ELLE, it’s always been top of mind: Each month, we shine a light on the latest in conservation news. This month’s issue takes our coverage one step further, and also marks our first-ever partnership with Conservation International. (We can’t wait to celebrate with them and raise awareness at their star-studded summer gala in Los Angeles.) When deciding whom to feature on our four July covers, we sought out women who live at the intersection of style and substance—whose work in service of a better planet is as impressive as their runway résumés. From Gisele’s passion for the rain forest and Doutzen Kroes’s fight to protect elephant populations, to Naomi Campbell’s green humanitarian work…

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new arrivals

1 THE DAY BAG Hermès’s new Pippa bag in indigo will prove every bit as versatile as your favorite pair of jeans. Handbag, Hermès, $6,500, hermes.com. 2 THE BOLD EARRINGS Once a year, Tiffany & Co. outdoes itself with its annual Blue Book Collection. Case in point: these sustainably sourced studs, which reach new heights thanks to 18-karat yellow gold wings. Earrings, 2019 Tiffany Blue Book Collection, tiffany.com. 3 THE STATEMENT SHOE A foolproof recipe for evening drama? Gianvito Rossi’s red-hot stiletto sandal, updated in scarlet satin with a festive pleated-organza flourish. Sandal, Gianvito Rossi, $995, gianvitorossi.com.…

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change agents

Anyone who thinks the fashion industry doesn’t care about climate change would have done well to drop in at the Collina Strada show at New York Fashion Week in February. Models walked the runway wearing a collection made from 75 percent dead-stock (surplus) fabric, accompanied not by a thudding bass but by a rousing speech from the teenage environmental activist Xiuhtezcatl Martinez. The beads on the clothes came from recycled ocean plastic, a collaboration with the organization 4Ocean. For designer Hillary Taymour, the event presented an opportunity to publicly reckon with how she and her peers have fallen short when it comes to sustainability. Fashion brands’ green initiatives can often come across as lip service: While the claim that the industry is the second-most-polluting in the world has been debunked, its…