Marie Claire

Marie Claire January 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.

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what we love about january

1. ALL THAT GLITTERS Ring in the new year with a little sparkle (sans sequin dress) with Burberry’s limited-edition Festive Collection. Dab the loose gold and holographic-black Shimmer Dust glitter on your face and body for some serious, zero-effort party vibes. (Burberry Shimmer Dust in Gold Glitter, $25; burberry.com) 2. CAUGHT ON FILM The biggest (and coldest) week in entertainment happens January 19 through 29 in Park City, Utah: the Sundance Film Festival. Check out the indie and blockbuster feature films we’ll be talking about all year long. 3. CHANGE MAKER Read the life story of civil-rights activist Coretta Scott King in My Life, My Love, My Legacy (Henry Holt and Co.), by the late icon herself as told to her friend The Rev. Dr. Barbara Reynolds, hitting stores on January 17. 4.…

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Gina RODRIGUEZ GO BEHIND THE SCENES OF OUR COVER SHOOT WITH THE INSPIRING ACTRESS AND HOST OF MARIE CLAIRE’S YOUNG WOMEN’S HONORS. RODRIGUEZ TALKS EMPOWERMENT, RAPPING SKILLS, AND HER HOLLYWOOD SUPERSTITIONS. MARIECLAIRE .COM/GINA- RODRIGUEZ POWER SNACKING Fuel reigns king when it comes to getting through a midday slump, but finding healthy office fare can be challenging (we’re looking at you, vending machine). Reach for these good-tasting, good-for-you alternatives instead. marieclaire.com/healthy-snacks-for-work INSTA-BEAT OUR PHOTO-HAPPY EDITORS HASH(TAG) IT OUT 1. Jenna Blaha Tech & Fashion Editor/@jennadangerblaha Oh New York, I miss you even before I’m about to leave you, again. 2. Jessica Pels Digital Director/@jessica_pels Not a painting, but I’d frame it if it were. #puppy #rescue #GeorgePels 3. Nina Garcia Creative Director/@ninagarcia My Friday NYC camouflage STAY IN TOUCH SHARE YOUR LATEST STREET STYLE, BEAUTY PICKS, AND MORE! CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: KI WILLIAMS,…

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tour de force

i’ve said it before, but, hands down, my favorite thing about this job is meeting the extraordinary women we cover at Marie Claire. Sure, I can’t complain about the rush of chasing a great story, or the buzz of creative collaboration, or the fun of watching a brand-new collection walk the runway—but if I’m being completely honest, nothing excites me more than meeting women I admire. No matter the story, I am always amazed by how much I learn from their narratives. From our cover star, Gina Rodriguez, I can say I’ve truly learned the power of dreaming big. We started working together almost a year ago on Marie Claire’s Young Women’s Honors, our first-ever televised awards show, airing December 19 on The CW network. From hearing her stories of growing…

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what you said

Super Girls I just finished reading the November issue and thought it was great! I was so impressed with the blend of beauty with brains, and women elevated and extolled for their achievements. All the rhetoric about women’s issues—particularly in this election cycle—suggests that we haven’t come very far, but I beg to differ when a women’s magazine so evidently gets how powerful we really are. —Debbi Frank, Longport, NJ Green Light As a professional who works in the climate-change field, I can’t express how happy I was with the article “On Thin Ice” in the September issue. In the fashion industry, which is often perceived as being on the opposite side of sustainability, there are actually a lot of improvements that can be made in terms of energy efficiency and pollution control. Thus,…

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PHOTOGRAPHER Jan WELTERS The California resident drove from Topanga to L.A. to help readers “get to know the real Gina Rodriguez” for this month’s cover story, “Dreams of Gina” (p. 88). The actress (above) and the photographer got along so well, they were reluctant to wrap at day’s end. “We got really into it. In the end, she wanted me to do one more picture,” he says. MOST PLAYED SONG: “‘Old Man’ by Neil Young. My 6-yearold is always asking me to play it.” FAVORITE ACCESSORY: “My big, black boots.” WRITER Alexandra WOLFE @AlexandraWolfe While writing her latest book, Valley of the Gods (excerpted in “Alpha Girls of Silicon Valley,” p. 52), the NYC-based WSJ reporter struggled to keep up: “The tech world changed faster than I could write!” She hopes that West Coast ambition encourages…

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gina rodriguez

AGE: 32. OCCUPATION: Actress. HOMETOWN: Chicago. CURRENT RESIDENCE: Los Angeles. JUMP START: Rodriguez arrived in a Madewell denim jumpsuit, slip-on sandals, and a low-slung ponytail. SOUND CHOICE: She queued up the playlist she curated for Spotify’s “Latinos Trending” series. When Rachel Platten’s “Fight Song” came on, she pumped her fists in tempo. POWER HOUR: Rodriguez bounced between her own cover shoot and an adjoining studio to say hello to a few Young Women’s Honors winners also being photographed that day. She high-fived Amanda Nguyen of Rise, who wrote a bill supporting sexual-assault survivors—which President Barack Obama later signed into law. OWN IT: For her final shot, the actress slipped into a pair of oversize pin-striped pants. “I always want to wear these,” Rodriguez said, laughing. “I never want to take…