InStyle May 2020

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EDITOR’S LETTER Well. It is with a large serving of irony that I’m writing the editor’s letter for our Beauty issue at home in my sweats during the second week of social distancing. My sweats are beautiful, though, in their way. Comfy, gray, mannish, and cinched elegantly at the ankle, they highlight the gorgeousness of my…oversize stuffed koala slippers. Anyway, what I’m saying is that it’s weird to write about all things beauty right now, but, frankly, it’s weird everywhere. What is interesting during these strange times of isolation is that the beauty sector is doing OK. It’s the old chestnut—stay home, do a face mask, become radiant—writ large. (Our Best Beauty Buys section in this issue was made for this moment.) Just think how good we’ll look when we get out…

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What’s the Best Beauty Advice You’ve Received? “Wear sunscreen. Avoid the sun. Drink lots of water. Don’t have face surgery.”LAVERNE COX Actress, “Light It Up,” p. 162“To wash my face with very cold water to prevent premature aging. But it’s probably a myth!”NINA PARK Makeup Artist, “Put On a Pretty Face,” p. 156“Wear sunblock every single day, rain or shine.”GEENA DAVIS Actress, Why I Love, p. 176“To lift my upper eyelid to use eyeliner below the lash line. The pencil is literally in my eye, but it looks so good.”NIKKI GLASER Comedian, “Pucker Up,” p. 62“Not to use moisturizer on my undereye area because it can clog the tiny oil glands.”VANESSA LEE Registered Nurse and Skin-Care Expert, “Vanessa Lee Gets You Glowing,” p. 126“Sleep! I sleep at least eight hours a…

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Can we take a moment to bask in the grandeur that is this amazing woman. —@STONELUSH CRAZY FOR KERRY Kerry is just stunning and beyond talented. Thanks for featuring her in your magazine. Can’t wait to buy it. —@KREEAH, via Twitter Flipping through my @instylemagazine and have discovered I’m fashionably on trend! #spoton —@ALICE MANFRIDA VIDEO GIRL: THE KEYS TO CONFIDENCE Confidence is the best outfit. U inspire me Kerry —@SMANANGAZIRA, via Twitter THIS! MAGNIFICENT! EVERY SINGLE WORD! THANK YOU! —@JOYFOREVER108, via Twitter @kerrywashington I am so elated to read your InStyle article and take notes, Glam Queen. #KerryOn —@DELINADEEKC THE BADASS 50+ February’s Badass Women issue really hit home. Not only are these women smart and entertaining, but they also range in age. After seeing cover star Olivia Wilde sporting suits and “Off the Grid” [The Look], I knew I had to honor InStyle…

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the cover

Lady Gaga was in a rock-and-roll spirit when she arrived at Ventura Farms in Thousand Oaks, Calif., for our nature-filled shoot. Sporting bright pink hair, the “Stupid Love” singer hiked through a forest in cyber-elegant looks inspired by her new album, Chromatica. The clothing racks were packed with elaborate dresses from Givenchy Haute Couture and Valentino Haute Couture accessorized with headpieces that were just as elaborate. Her manicurist Miho Okawara admitted to being more nervous about choosing the AC/DC-heavy playlist than doing the pop star’s nails, but the soundtrack was a hit, transforming the serene setting into a proper party. “It was like a club in the woods with couture,” said hairstylist Frederic Aspiras. “You definitely wanted to be there.” Gaga, oh là là, indeed. See behind-the-scenes video from our cover…

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the start: the news in style

FLOWER PLAY Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini creative director Lorenzo Serafini is a master at making romantic motifs his own. Case in point: his new pre-fall collection featuring Liberty London’s sweet micro-florals plucked from the British heritage brand’s vast archives. “I love the vintage feel of their prints and wanted to mix them with denim,” says the designer. “The look is wild and free.” Well-Connected The Chain co-founders Ruthie Friedlander and Christina Grasso (above) created their nonprofit to support women in the fashion and entertainment industries who struggle with eating disorders. The duo’s next move? Coming up with a chic range of link jewelry. “It made sense because of our name,” says Friedlander. “But if we can create pieces people are excited about and raise awareness, it’s a win-win.” CLOSET CLASSIC ARossGirl X Soler Fashion industry veteran…

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on demand: what we can’t stop thinking about this month

PRETTY PLEASE Refresh your look with things of beauty.…