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Marie Claire April 2017

Marie Claire is today's magazine for the fashion minded woman. It reflects all areas of the reader's life, providing the time-pressed woman with a mix of information. Marie Claire remains unsurpassed as the best source for beauty advice.

Pays:
United States
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Hearst
Fréquence:
One-off
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what we love about april

1. WHO’S THAT GIRL? Take a break from double-tapping through your Instagram feed and pick up this intimate look—see: revealing interviews and gorgeous photography—at the lives of socialmedia megastars. Catch us flipping through Digit@l Girls: Risk Takers, Rule Breakers, Disruptors: Fashion’s New Tribe, by Marko MacPherson (Rizzoli New York), on April 4. 2. HAPPY FEET Kick off those sad winter boots! Best part of these chic Prada sandals? The feathers, obviously. That, and you won’t have to stand on your tippy-toes when you wear them. (Price upon request; select Prada boutiques) 3. THE END IS NIGH The Leftovers (third and final season premieres April 16 on HBO) isn’t necessarily a feel-good show—more like a feel-weird, feel-anxious, feel-scared show. And that’s why we love it. 4. DRAMA QUEENS For your guilty-pleasure consideration: Unforgettable. Crazy ex? Check. Soap opera-y…

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marieclaire.com

WHO WE LOVE INDIGO GIRL Denim lovers, rejoice! Miranda Kerr has teamed up with denim brand Mother on a 12-piece collection, with proceeds supporting women’s health care in her native Australia. Add it—and our editors’ roundup of their all-time favorite Mother styles—to your spring wish list. marieclaire.com/denim-helps-women POWER Trip SWEEPSTAKES You could win a trip for two to attend the Wonder Woman movie premiere screening! The trip will include airfare, hotel accommodations, and $500 in spending money. Plus, 25 runners-up will win a pair of movie tickets to check out the film in theaters on June 2, courtesy of Fandango. marieclaire.com/wonder-woman-sweeps STAY IN TOUCH SHARE YOUR LATEST STREET STYLE, BEAUTY PICKS, AND MORE! SOLE SEARCH Step into the season’s most coveted slides, stilettos, and more in our ultimate online shoe guide. marieclaire.com/your-shoe-guide Priyanka CHOPRA FROM HER FIRST BAD-BOY CRUSH TO NEARLY MISSING…

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priyanka chopra

AGE: 34. HOMETOWN: Jharkhand, India. CURRENT RESIDENCE: New York City. WARM WELCOME: Chopra arrived wearing lightcolored ripped jeans, black boots, and a red Burberry toggle coat. PUPPY LOVE: On set, the actress had to sidestep Alfie, the MC photography director’s dog. “Don’t get the Cavalli!” she joked about the dress she had on. BEAUTY ROUTINE: To achieve this sultry look, makeup artist Pati Dubroff dabbed chocolate-aubergine lipstick on the actress’s lips and lids, and swiped plummy shadow and pencil on her eyes for a diffused effect. Hairstylist Peter Gray prepped her strands with curl-enhancing mousse and volumizing root spray, then rough-dried and curled her hair in alternate directions for “a modern take on iconic ’50s movie stars,” he says. WINE NOT? “It’s Sunday evening. Of course we should be having…

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risk and reward

I’ll never forget the first time I met Priyanka Chopra. Wearing jeans and a sweatshirt, her hair in a bun, she strode into my office and immediately felt like an old friend. My day took a crazy turn—we were running late; my next meeting was early—but Priyanka didn’t mind at all: Bring them in! And so I hosted about 10 women—a French designer, her PR team, a translator, and several members of our fashion department, and Priyanka. We all quickly lost track of business, chatting in three different languages like pals out to lunch. I loved Priyanka’s confidence, her ease with strangers, and her sense of diplomacy. Then, without warning, the Quantico star stood up, ready to leave, and said, “I need a hot dog!” Priyanka is Marie Claire’s kind of…

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what you said

Taking the Wheel Thank you for the profile on [Uber’s Advanced Technologies Group head of operations] Austin Geidt [“The Fixer”]. Women have been fighting for a seat at the table in boys’ clubs for centuries. Here’s one who used her drive, her mind, and her desire for growth to help a startup rocket into an international household name. What I enjoyed most was her will to give back and raise awareness of equality. Whether it’s exploring a new international market or recruiting more women to work at the company, she is helping a corporation feel like a family. Austin’s story has given me a revived sense of purpose to pursue my own greatness and give back to all those who have helped me and whom I can help. —Juliya Lubin, New…

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what nina loves

1 Céline sunglasses. «$405 (available in May); solstice sunglasses.com for stores» 2 SIGN LANGUAGE This palm cuff has all the pizzazz of a lit-up marquee. «$450, Gucci; gucci.com for stores» 3 DROP SHOT An abstract pattern is a sporty alternative to Hermès’ classic equestrian and floral-print scarves. «$300; 800-441-4488» 4 Dior Timepieces watch. «Price upon request; 800-929-DIOR» 5 ART AND SOLE Pierre Hardy’s latest collection takes after the Italy-based Studio Alchimia design movement, which used color and whimsy to reject stark modernist aesthetics. «Shoes, $895; pierrehardy.com» 6 BELLE OF THE BALL The turquoise stones on David Yurman’s Mustique bracelet mimic the deep blue of the Mediterranean, while the stretchy band expands like the motion of the waves. «$850; davidyurman.com» 7 Marc Jacobs bag. «$4,500; 212-343-1490» 8 MAKE IT STICK Diamonds, glitter, rainbows, oh my! Patches punch up an otherwise basic black clutch. «$495, Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello; 212-980-2970» 9 PASSAGE…