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ELLE UK

April 2019

Everything you ever need in a fashion magazine – ELLE is the glossy you can shop from. It's playful, useful, modern and relevant – inspiring you to be stylish in every area of your life. From exclusive celebrity interviews and shoots to the best edit of designer and high-street fashion and beauty, ELLE will give you insider access to the fashion and beauty world.

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elle editor’s letter

Music has always been an important part of my life. Ever since my first concert – when I went to see Adam and the Ants aged 15, wearing a velvet 18th-century-style men’s jacket ‘borrowed’ from my school’s costume department, accessorised with white face paint and plaited hair in homage to the band’s style – it has carried me through life’s milestones. From singing along to Wham! in my bedroom as a teenager, to Prince’s Parade album consoling me after my first proper heartbreak at college, as well as countless live gigs, including David Bowie in the mid Eighties and Patti Smith some time in the Nineties (unforgettable), my most vivid memories have a soundtrack. I deliriously sang Crazy by Patsy Cline when giving birth to my daughter. Marrying…

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1o things to do this month

1.WEAR The new Alexander McQueen flagship store is now open, and while a piece from Sarah Burton’s elegant SS19 ode to womanhood might not be within your price range, her new immersive, free-of-charge public archive is. Explore the house’s creative process and legacy and even be inspired by a talk or exhibition, aimed at students and emerging talent. Watch this space. 27 Old Bond Street, London 2.SEE Wife, mother, empress: to celebrate 2OO years since Queen Victoria’s birth, the Northern Ballet presents Victoria, exploring the story of the monarch’s life through her intimate diaries. 9 March to 1 June; northernballet.com 3.INDULGE If, for you, personalisation is king, look to online stationery brand Papier. From notebooks to invitations, it works with artists and designers (the floral Mother of…

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guest list

THE IMAGE MAKERDARIA KOBAYASHI RITCH Photographer Daria has never considered a different career: ‘It’s been a passion of mine for as long as I can remember.’ Daria splits her time between New York and Los Angeles, where she lives with her puppy, Layla. Growing up, she was always at concerts: ‘The first I went to was the Red Hot Chili Peppers. I was 12 and it was a bit hectic.’ Her music taste now includes Phoebe Bridgers and Big Thief, who she last saw at Pappy + Harriet’s, a diner and music venue in Joshua Tree, California. Daria shot our ‘Love me do’ fashion story on page 158 THE ICONTAYLOR SWIFT Growing up on a Christmas-tree farm in Pennsylvania, Taylor found her love for country music by listening to…

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fashion says relax

‘Suits… they’re not becoming for any woman!’ That was the reaction of a critic writing for Movie Classic magazine in the Thirties in response to the women of Hollywood wearing slacks on-screen. History had other ideas, however – Marlene Dietrich, Greta Garbo and Katharine Hepburn are still part of the collective conscious today.Thankfully, almost a century later, women wearing suits has gone from controversial to commonplace. We’ve seen Bianca Jagger swap bridal wear for a white tux, Saint Laurent’s iconic ‘Le Smoking’ (and a million knock-offs), Hillary Clinton’s pantsuit army and Lady Gaga advocating that the suit belongs to all genders. But only recently has the suit shaken off its ‘borrowed from the boys’ shtick. ALL TIED UP Alongside classic button closures, jackets came tied with belts,…

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the news

FRIENDLY FASHIONGET-UPS THAT GIVE BACKNet-A-Porter has teamed up with six brands for a collection supporting Women for Women International. Designed by Victoria Beckham, Isabel Marant, Ellery, Rosie Assoulin, Alexachung and Perfect Moment, all profits go towards women living in war zones. Claudie Pierlot has also launched a range that donates £5 of its profits to UNESCO, plus £1 for every Instagram photo featuring the #RiseUpWithClaudie hashtag. Cheers to slogan shirts that practise what they preach. THE MOMENTTHONG SONGFashion and music – so inextricably linked. When Sisqó sang ‘let me see that thong’, the industry listened – first in 2kY, now in SS19. The question is, with bumsters back on the catwalk, do you dare? We’ll pass… THE MOOD THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT… Ah, spring, when…

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the elle edit tick tock

1. Top, £27O, PHILLIP LIM. Steel and yellow gold watch, £2,15O, TUDOR. Steel, lacquer and onyx watch, £4,O5O, CHANEL. 2. Left: top, £763, JIL SANDER. Steel watch, £3,76O, OMEGA. Right: top, £3O5, PHILLIP LIM 3.1. Steel watch, £7,7OO, CARTIER. 3. Left: top, £155, SANDRO. Stainless-steel watch, £3,3OO, BOUCHERON. Right: top, £27O, PHILLIP LIM 3.1. Stainless-steel watch, £3,275, TIFFANY & CO. 4. Top: sweater, £763, JIL SANDER. Gold watch, £13,7OO, BULGARI. Bottom: sweater, £3O5, PHILLIP LIM 3.1. Rose-gold watch, £22,1OO, CHOPARDPHOTOGRAPHS by CLARE BRAND Styling by Molly Haylor. Nails: Emma Welsh at Frank Agency using Leighton Denny Expert Nails. Models: Odile Jordan at Select Model Management and Prachi at Body London…

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