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Marie Claire May 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 may

1. DOUBLE TROUBLE David Lynch’s iconic feel-weird show is back: Twin Peaks, the limited-event series starring Kyle MacLachlan, and featuring Naomi Watts and Amanda Seyfried, picks up 25 years after the murder of homecoming queen Laura Palmer. Twin Peaks premieres on Showtime May 21. 2. THROWING SHADE The future is bright—throw on a pair of sunglasses that are just as colorfully eyecatching, like these acetate cat eyes. ($390, Céline; select Solstice Sunglasses stores worldwide) 3. BLONDE MOMENT Major playlist alert: Blondie’s latest album, Pollinator, drops May 5. Channel your inner cool-girl rock star (aka Debbie Harry) and crank up the volume. 4. SUPER COOL Need some get-out-of-bed-and-go-slay inspiration? Take a page from The Spectacular Sisterhood of Superwomen by Hope Nicholson (May 2, Quirk Books), profiling the awesomest mankind-saving female characters in comic-book history, like the no-nonsense Miss…

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marieclaire.com

Star Power FROM REMINISCING ABOUT THEIR YOUNGER YEARS TO WISE WORDS ON BUILDING SUCCESSFUL CAREERS, THESE ACTRESSES SHOW US WHY BEAUTY IS SO MUCH MORE THAN SKIN DEEP. MARIECLAIRE .COM/ FRESH-FACES STAY IN TOUCH SHARE YOUR LATEST STREET STYLE, BEAUTY PICKS, AND MORE! Worthwhile Style How do you stock your wardrobe while contributing to good causes around the globe? We spotlight 13 fashion brands that help you do just that. marieclaire.com/fashion-for-a-cause MISSION CRITICAL Lyme disease is on the rise nationwide, and Project Lyme is on a crusade to raise awareness for Lyme and other tick-borne diseases. This May, in support of Lyme Disease Awareness Month, we’ve teamed up with the organization to spread the word about the need for education and prevention. marieclaire.com/lyme-disease Meditation 2.0 WHEN THE FORCES OF LIFE ARE STRESSING YOU OUT, TAP INTO THESE FOUR APPS THAT WILL HELP…

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we persisted

What a season—from Prabal Gurung’s statement T-shirt finale in New York (“I am an immigrant”) to Angela Missoni’s pink hats in Milan, there is no doubt that the fashion world is passionate about engaging in the current political climate. People often ask me how a magazine devoted to fashion and beauty can also do smart political journalism. I have to say, after almost eight years at Marie Claire and over 40 as a woman, I find this question more than a tad bit insulting. I have cared deeply about what is going on in the world my whole life. In the third grade, I stayed up late into the night talking with my parents about the American hostages in Iran, why there were cars lined up around the block waiting for…

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fresh faces

JANELLE MONÁE TRAVEL TIP “There’s nothing like a deep-tissue massage—but it has to be more than a sympathy rub with a few ninja chops.” WHERE TO STAY A HUGE BATHTUB, ANYWHERE LAP OF LUXURY SOFITEL SPA, MULTIPLE LOCATIONS MUST-PACK COVERGIRL LIP GLOSS AND WIPES EMILY RATAJKOWSKI TRAVEL TIP “Doing yoga in my hotel room soothes hip pain after long flights.” WHERE TO STAY THE NOMAD HOTEL, NYC GOOD EATS TSUKIJI FISH MARKET, TOKYO MUST-PACK CHARLOTTE TILBURY BEACH STICKS AND SISLEYPARIS BLACK ROSE OIL ZOEY DEUTCH TRAVEL TIP “ ‘Water fixes everything’ may or may not be true, but I’m going with the former.” WHERE TO STAY A COZY AIRBNB IN VENICE, ITALY LAP OF LUXURY BEVERLY HOT SPRINGS SPA , L.A. MUST-PACK CLÉ DE PEAU BEAUTÉ CONCEALER, LA PRAIRIE MOISTURIZER, AND GLOSSIER BALM ALEXANDRA DADDARIO TRAVEL TIP “It’s hard to work out when you’re jet-lagged, but I use Yelp to find good yoga studios.” WHERE TO STAY THE DORCHESTER HOTEL, LONDON GOOD…

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angelina jolie

“She was a very natural woman who never spoiled herself, but she always had a few special items for when she wanted to feel like a lady.” —Jolie on her mother“I love the lavender and jasmine mixed with the sandalwood. This is a fragrance that is earthy and sensual, and can be worn at any time.” MARIE CLAIRE: Why did you decide to work with Guerlain? ANGELINA JOLIE: It was a brand my mother loved, so I knew it from my childhood. It spoke to her, as it does to me, of beauty, history, and quality; one of the oldest perfume houses in the world, from France, a country I love and feel connected to. MC: Tell us about your mother [actress Marcheline Bertrand]. AJ: She was a very natural woman who never spoiled…

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dream act

In 2005, Tina Kieffer, then editor-in-chief of Marie Claire France, was on a flight home from Cambodia with an ill 5-year-old girl named Chandara in her arms and an idea forming in her mind: a school for poor girls in Cambodia that would be a refuge from the destitution and child prostitution that still plague the country even decades after the Khmer Rouge’s devastating genocide. Months earlier, Kieffer had been visiting a Cambodian orphanage to donate clothes when she came across Chandara, a weak, crying little girl unable to make eye contact. “I was traveling with my two youngest children,” says Kieffer. “After we left the orphanage, I thought about Chandara the whole time during our travels in Cambodia, because I was very upset. She was so sad.” Back home in…