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Marie Claire November 2018

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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5 min.
what we love about november

1. J’ADORE DIOR If a selection of 150 haute couture dresses isn’t enough to get you to the Denver Art Museum, we don’t know what is. On November 19, “Dior: From Paris to the World” opens, tracing the history of the fashion house, its founder, and the subsequent artistic directors who translated his vision for today. 2. MEMBERS ONLY Obsessed with the eternally covetable Hermès scarf? Join the club—the Hermès Carré Club, that is. At this new interactive pop-up boutique, visitors register to receive a membership card, which provides access to an on-site studio where Hermès Carré artists and designers demonstrate their work and a “Carré-OK” space where you can sing your heart out, plus a limited-edition capsule collection. After having debuted in New York, Toronto, and Singapore earlier this season, the club…

2 min.
what i love about me

GUEST EDITORS: FAITH FLANDERS & DAVINA ROSE This couple—Rose (standing) is a mental-health advocate, Flanders is a dancer—calls the River City home, and they’re happy to share their favorite spots. Retail therapy: Highway Robbery Vintage (highwayrobbery.patternbyetsy.com) is a thrifting gold mine and has a diverse collection from multiple decades. Night out: Once a month, the Rex Theater (rextheater.net) hosts the Moth (themoth.org), a live storytelling series that generates content for the popular podcast of the same name. Outdoor adventure: North Park, located in the northern suburb Allison Park, is our favorite escape. You can rent stand-up paddleboards, kayaks, and rowboats from its amazing boathouse. There are also fantastic hiking trails if you want to stay on land. Must-do: The Public Art 5K Tour Downtown (November 10; pittsburghrunningtours.com) is a great way…

1 min.
kerry washington

HOMETOWN: Bronx. BROADWAY BOUND: The actress, who is coproducing Hulu’s Little Fires Everywhere alongside Reese Witherspoon, was photographed at Milk Studios in Los Angeles before flying to New York City to rehearse for her lead role in Christopher Demos-Brown’s American Son. GET IN THE GROOVE: “The fashion for the shoot was inspired by designer Victor Glemaud’s Resort 2019 collection,” says MC creative director Kate Lanphear. The vibrant line was informed by Glemaud’s travels to Egypt and his native Haiti. The actress wore bright colors and graphic prints mixed with retro-feeling knits. IN RHYTHM: Wearing a rainbow-fringed Gucci skirt, Washington sang and danced to Drake’s hit single “God’s Plan.” DO IT FOR THE’GRAM: She and the crew, including photographer Thomas Whiteside and stylist Solange Franklin, posed for a group photo after…

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marieclaire.com

APPLE WATCH FALL CALLS FOR CIDER-INFUSED COCKTAILS. WE’VE GOT 10 RECIPES GOOD ENOUGH TO BE YOUR SIGNATURE DRINK. marieclaire.com/apple-cider-cocktails Made for Walking FROM THE SPLURGE-WORTHY RIDING VARIETY TO THE EVERYDAY MID-CALF SIDEWALK STOMPER, OUR BOOT PICKS SUIT EVERY WALK OF LIFE. marieclaire.com/best-fall-boots-every-budget PAGING ALL BOOK LOVERS! Introducing MarieClaire.com’s interactive book club, #ReadwithMC—a collection of book recommendations by women, of books by women authors, easily accessed straight from your couch. Dig into our monthly pick with us, then submit your review using the hashtag #ReadwithMC. The best, funniest, or most insightful will be featured on the site. To learn more and join our community, visit marieclaire.com/read-with-mc NAILED IT AUTUMN CALLS FOR GLOSSY, CRACKLED, AND GEOMETRIC MANICURE ART. GET EVEN MORE INSPIRATION FROM THE IMAGINATION OF INSTAGRAM AT marieclaire.com/beauty/best-fall-nail-art JET-SETTER STYLE From carry-on must-haves (like a pair of noise-canceling headphones) to…

1 min.
insta-beat

@oliviajeanette_: Have fall on my mind. Introducing the new Peyton & Parker collection @JCPenney—so excited for this partnership! They have looks for us ladies, the kiddos, and for home. More to come. #AllAtJCP @diklagoren: Holiday shopping is upon us and I am doing everything I can to make the experience enjoyable! Thankfully @JCPenney is a one-stop wonderland for busy moms who need to dress the entire family. I’ve mixed and matched pieces from the Peyton & Parker line in this snap and must admit, I love the style and the affordable prices. #AllAtJCP pc: @noamekhaus @wetheclassy: Staying focused on what’s important during the holidays and getting SUPER cozy with @JCPenney. From sparkles to plaid—this collection is everything! #AllAtJCP pc: @rissrahmphotography…

2 min.
power on

We make it our mission to celebrate women’s triumphs every month, but for our November Power Issue, we pack in more heavy hitters than usual for our annual New Guard list. These 50 boss ladies (“The New Guard,” p. 73) are disrupting billion-dollar industries (Bumble’s Whitney Wolfe Herd, Glossier’s Emily Weiss), founding billion-dollar companies (Stitch Fix’s Katrina Lake, Houzz’s Adi Tatarko), running them (YouTube’s Susan Wojcicki, StubHub’s Sukhinder Singh Cassidy), and investing in them (Forerunner Ventures’ Kirsten Green, Cowboy Ventures’ Aileen Lee). But the power doesn’t stop at the end of the list. Former U.S. ambassador to France Jane Hartley recounts the 2015 Paris attacks in “One Night in Paris” (p. 144) and asserts that diplomacy is crucial in these contentious times. In “Party Crashers” (p. 89), female candidates are shaking…