InStyle December/January 2022

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nesta edição

2 minutos
editor’s letter

Well, this is exciting. Finally, a double December/January fashion-palooza issue! Dear reader, how I have longed for this. At the end of the year, as we careen toward a more hopeful and healthy global future, all we wanted to do here at InStyle was make beautiful, joyful images—lots and lots of them—with women we admire. If I’ve achieved anything as editor in chief thus far, I hope I have created a community. When I started at InStyle in 2016, I coined the term “Everybody’s In.” Reading the magazine should make you feel better, not worse. It’s not “aspirational” (I’ve never cared for that word); hopefully, it’s inspiring. Not “empowering” (I find that a little patronizing) but powerful. Few encapsulate this more than our cover star, Reese Witherspoon. Yes, she has been a…

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“The silver lining of spending more time at home. It allowed me to start my family and see the world in a new way through the eyes of my daughter.”KELSEY DEENIHAN Makeup artist, “She’s Got the Power,” p. 126“The growth I’ve experienced. I’ve become more confident in myself and my work. It’s such a great feeling.”RICKEY THOMPSON Comedian, “The Hype Man,” p. 94“Launching my own brand, Beginning Is Now, and starting the next big chapter of my life.”BROOKE SHIELDS Actress and entrepreneur, “My Style,” p. 78“Finding a sense of community with my peers and the mutual gratification of creating beauty with our images.”RON HARTLEBEN Stylist, “Make It Up,” p. 152“Learning that you can’t let anyone make you feel like you’re not worthy of your dreams.”HOS HOUNKPATIN Hairstylist, “Joansing,” p. 178“In…

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How pretty is @anyataylorjoy on the cover of this month’s InStyle magazine? The Queen —@GODDESS_KELLY17 LOVE IT. I love it every time she takes a step further from her “pretty doll-esque” image. I can’t wait to see her push herself more fashion-wise.—@DIONTALKTOME It takes more than a social media crash to stop me from sharing the fascinating @anyataylorjoy—@STELLAJEAN_SJ_ SUNNY DISPOSITION I LOVED the September issue! Thank you for featuring Jennifer Aniston. Her warmth and kindness are encouraging. The Steve Martin and Martin Short article just made me so happy. I love their relationship and their humor, which is something I feel like we can all use right now!—JILL JONES, Birmingham, Ala. ARTISTIC EXPRESSION @martinafilippella Can we talk about how stunning @tommy.dorfman looks in her first cover pls @labyrinthofcollages More collages, what’s new @portiswasp1 In Bloom The good sis and iconic bootstress…

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my likes

ON SET Witherspoon—in a Dolce & Gabbana bodysuit, Bulgari necklace (top), and Almasika necklace and bracelet—gets a hand from hairstylist Adir Abergel while posing for photographer Emma Summerton at our Los Angeles shoot. BEAUTY ESSENTIALS? Biossance Squalane + Vitamin C Rose Oil and Squalane + Elderberry Jelly Cleanser. STYLE ICONS? “Tyler, The Creator; Grace Kelly; and Jane and Judy Jetson.” FAVORITE ARTISTS? “I love Elizabeth Peyton and Agnes Martin.” JEWELRY STAPLES? “I like Jennifer Fisher hoops, Jennifer Meyer necklaces, and Sophie Ratner rings. I also wear my mother’s signet ring with her initials; it reminds me of all the women who cut the path I’m standing in.” TOP RED CARPET MOMENTS GO-TO DESIGNERS? “Michael Kors, Stella McCartney, Celine, and Tom Ford. And for everyday, Draper James.” CHARACTERS WHO INFLUENCED YOUR STYLE? “After playing Tracy Flick [in Election], I realized I don’t look good in…

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the start: the news in style

STAR TURN If Wolk Morais’s latest collection feels boldly cinematic, the effect is not a coincidence. “We were inspired by the tradition of updating Shakespearean plotlines for contemporary audiences,” explains Brian Wolk, who co-founded and runs the brand with fellow designer Claude Morais. “We thought of Puck in A Midsummer Night’s Dream when creating this poison green look.” Like the rest of the collection, the striking three-piece number was made from repurposed material (discarded fabric sourced from the attic of a costume shop near the label’s studio in Hollywood). “It was tossed aside as ‘damaged goods’ because the dye had faded with time,” says Morais. “But we instantly fell in love with its age-inflected ombré effect.” Totally Lit Celebrate the 200th anniversary of Louis Vuitton with a lively new novel, Louis Vuitton: L’audacieux,…

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

SHINE BRIGHT Nothing says party time like gleaming and glamorous extras…