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Glamour

January 2019

Glamour is a magazine that translates style and trends for the real lives of American women. Our award-winning editorial covers the most pressing interests of our 12.4 million readers: from beauty, fashion and health to politics, Hollywood and relationships.

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United States
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English
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Conde Nast US
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editor’s letter

RECENTLY, MY SIX-YEAR-OLD NIECE, Lorna, who lives in southwest Ireland, lost her first tooth. She told me all about it on FaceTime, proudly pulling her lip out to show me the gap and holding up the pearly white nub that she was going to tuck under her pillow that night. “I asked the tooth fairy for more than the going rate of two euros a tooth,” she said. This was right before the midterm elections here in the U.S., when everyone seemed pretty uncertain about the future. But at that moment I felt nothing but optimism—she’s only six years old, and she’s already negotiating for better pay. (She got three euros, she happily reported back.) January is always a time for fresh starts and new goals. And while we all hope…

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this month on glamour.com

Episode 1, available for download now! What Happened to the Hart Family? MARKIS, HANNAH, DEVONTE, Abigail, Jeremiah, and Sierra Hart—six beautiful children, ranging in age from 12 to 19, were all adopted by Sarah and Jennifer Hart. On Jen’s Facebook page, it looked as if they were the perfect blended family, even earning the nickname “Hart Tribe” from friends. Then, on March 26, 2018, the family’s GMC Yukon was found belly-up on the rocks below California’s Highway 1. The news of the murder-suicide shocked their friends and made national headlines, leaving many wondering what possibly led to the fatal crash. Could these lives have been saved? Broken Harts, a new podcast from Glamour and HowStuff-Works, investigates this question with never-before-heard interviews. Star ting December 4, cohosts and Glamour editors Justine Harman and Elisabeth…

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now & later

Repeat after us: Layering is your friend. A vest-under-jacket combo lends heft but not awkward bulk (no sleeve pileup) to a summery dress. Add a pair of sturdy boots and you’re done. THE LOOK: SUN-BLEACHED TIE-DYE. MAKE IT WORK NOW: Use it on winter go-tos like a turtleneck, or try LAYERING with a monochromatic palette. THE LOOK: DISCO-READY SANDALS MAKE IT WORK NOW: Pair with OPAQUE TIGHTS or chunky socks—your toes will stay warm & the metallic will shine. THE LOOK: WOVEN BAGS. MAKE IT WORK NOW: Pair yours with a coordinating topper, like a CANDY-COLOR PUFFER… …or with classic cold-weather textures, like WOOLLY KNITS and VELVETY CORDUROY. THE LOOK: TROPICAL FLORAL PRINTS. MAKE IT WORK NOW: Reach for equally BRIGHT SOLIDS—or another patterned piece. The key is to go all in. STILLS: JOSEPHINE SCHIELE; STYLIST: ANNA SURBATOVICH…

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supporting women-led brands just got easier

WE, AS WOMEN, HAVE INCREDIBLE spending power, shelling out more than $159 billion on clothing in 2017, according to a study by the NPD Group. Now imagine that much power put behind women-led businesses. Great idea, but to do your part, you’ll need to do some research to figure out which brands have women at the helm. That reality gave Rebecca Minkoff an idea; she wanted to make it easy to spot these companies. So last fall she launched The Female Founder Collective, along with a simple logo that businesses can use on social media, shopping tags, and store windows to let shoppers know they were founded by women. Already 1,000 companies in the United States have signed on. The collective started small, with fashion brands like Catbird and Universal Standard,…

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calling all rebels! these clothes are for you

SOMETIMES YOU NEED A NEW direction. A clean slate. A fresh start. That’s the feeling that prompted Danita Short to quit her job as an E.R. nurse in Canada and move to Los Angeles. For her next act, she envisioned founding a clothing label—despite her lack of formal fashion training. Her vision came to life when she met Christian Juul Nielsen, a former design director for Oscar de la Renta and designer for Christian Dior Couture. At their first meeting in the fall of 2016, Short described her love for practical, unfussy clothing and hitting the road on her motorcycle; Nielsen knew how to translate her passions into biker-chic apparel. By the end of the conversation, their clothing line, Land of Distraction, was born. Despite what its name suggests, Land of Distraction…

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scoop

DAZZLE IN THE SEQUIN HIGH-LOW JUMPSUIT You will look stunning in this deep V-back jumpsuit from BCBGMAXAZRIA. The capelet top features three-quarter sleeves with an elegantly draped back. Accented with a shimmering sequin pant, this jumpsuit is perfect for a night on the town. For more must-have styles, visit BCBG.com 2019 IS A PARTY WITH CASH BACK Start your New Year’s shopping strong with cash back. Got a pile of holiday gift cards burning a hole in your wallet? Remember to shop with them through Glamour Rewards, the official online shopping mall of Glamour magazine, and you’ll earn cash back for every dollar you spend at 1,000+ online stores like Macy’s, Neiman Marcus, Sephora and more. Just start your online shopping at glamourrewards.com to collect your cash.…

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