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Marie Claire September 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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United States
Langue:
English
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Hearst
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One-off
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Get the Boot FROM ROUGHED-UP LEATHERS TO LADYLIKE POINTED TOES TO FUTURISTIC SHEEN, HERE’S OUR ULTIMATE GUIDE TO FALL’S FAVORITE ACCESSORY. marieclaire.com/best-fall-boots On Set With OUTLANDER We traveled to Scotland to go behind the scenes of Starz’s mosttalked- about (not to mention gorgeous) TV drama. Get exclusive access and cast interviews from the third season at marieclaire.com/ outlander-set-visit. PAINT THE TOWN Enter for a chance to win a getaway for two in New York City to be pampered by The Red Door Salon & Spa by Elizabeth Arden. You’ll get the VIP treatment at the Broadway musical War Paint—telling the remarkable story of Elizabeth Arden and Helena Rubinstein (portrayed by two-time Tony Award– winning legends Christine Ebersole and Patti LuPone, respectively), who defined 20th-century beauty and revolutionized how the world saw women—including premium orchestra tickets and…

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what we love about september

1. HEAR HER ROAR Forget the end of summer; it’s the start of Katy Perry season. Catch the pop star in action—and scream “swish, swish, bish” at the top of your lungs—on the North American tour for her album Witness, kicking off September 7. 2. SUMMER’S OUT Don’t stash away that beach towel just yet—Labor Day is September 4. Give another season of summer Fridays, frosé, and caftans a proper send-off before bringing on pumpkinflavored everything. 3. #LIT Collect a decade’s worth of artist Tracey Emin’s work atop your coffee table: Tracey Emin: Works 2007–2017 (Rizzoli) hits bookstores this fall—preorder your copy ASAP!—full of Emin’s colorful and evocative paintings, sculptures, neons, installations, and more. 4. PRETTY IN PINK Inspire shoe envy with some sky-high sandals in rock-’em-shock-’em fuchsia like this Giuseppe Zanotti design from the Backstage Capsule…

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game on

Isn’t it funny that our fall fashion issue arrives in the last sweet moments of summer? It’s a little bittersweet to sit on the beach and think about buying coats and boots, but at the same time, I get such a rush from thinking about the season’s offerings. From colorful, folkloric knits shot among ancient ruins in Peru (p. 252) to sleek, futuristic silhouettes captured on city streets (p. 264), I’ve got my own back-toschool shopping list. It’s hard to believe that this month marks my fifth anniversary as editor of Marie Claire. It’s been a wild and wonderful ride. In almost 25 years of working in magazines, I’ve seen and done a lot. But I’ve really never been affected outright by sexism in the workplace. Sure, an offhand comment here…

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what you said

Our Hero WOW! Gal Gadot blew me away. Her drive, no-bullshit attitude, and poise are completely refreshing. As a student, and someone who is beginning to make my way in the world, I am inspired by her wonder— literally. She stands for everything Marie Claire does: female empowerment and confidence. —Julia Ranney, Stratford, Ontario You brought Gal Gadot into our homes and hearts with your article, and I am now very interested in her as a woman and an actor. I want to see the movie so I can see the power and talent this woman had to bring Wonder Woman alive again. Thank you for never letting women down. Marie Claire always seems to bring something new into my life that helps change my mind about things or sparks an interest to…

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emma stone

AGE: 28. HOMETOWN: Scottsdale, Arizona. BEST DRESSED: The Academy Award–winning actress arrived in a US Blanks white T-shirt, cropped AG jeans, and brandy-colored Mansur Gavriel slides. FAIRY-TALE ENDING: “Come on, you can do it!” Stone cheered on a fashion assistant who helped her wrangle off a pair of Alexander McQueen boots. “Thank you so much for doing the reverse Cinderella for me.” BEAUTY ROUTINE: Makeup artist Rachel Goodwin buffed Stone’s skin with a light concealer (to let her freckles shine through), then applied bronzer and peachyorange lipstick. Manicurist Emi Kudo completed the natural, feminine look with snowy-pink polish. —Sara Holzman and Taylore Glynn PRODUCT SWIPES, FROM TOP: CHRISTOPHER COPPOLA/STUDIO D, JEFFREY WESTBROOK/ STUDIO D. STONE: GREG KADEL. ALL OTHER IMAGES: COURTESY OF THE DESIGNERS Visit e-shop : djula.fr - Instagram @ djulajewelry J…

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india rising

“INDIA HAS GIVEN ME SO MUCH—I WANT TO TOUCH THE COMMUNITY THAT’S HELPED MAKE MARCHESA POSSIBLE WITH THEIR BEAUTIFUL EMBROIDERIES.” —GEORGINA CHAPMAN Half of India’s poorest children never receive a primary education. It’s a statistic painfully on display in Mankhurd, a Mumbai suburb that is the epicenter of the country’s tailoring and embroidery business and home to more than 670,000 people. Enter Marchesa designer Georgina Chapman. To give back to the area in which many of the brand’s intricate gowns are embroidered, in 2014 she partnered with nonprofit Magic Bus, whose goal is to break the cycle of poverty by encouraging children to finish school. The organization (which got its name after founder Matthew Spacie drove a bus into an Indian slum in 1999 and provided children living there with a…