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Grazia Issue 684

Grazia combines 'A-list' celebrity exclusives with thought-provoking, real-life features and agenda-setting fashion. Each week we bring you: - 'A-lister' celebrity news and gossip - The very latest in fashion news and trends - What's hot NOW - Amazing real-life stories - Reports from all the key fashion shows around the world. Love fashion and celebrities? Then you'll love Grazia!

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Bauer Media Ltd
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beauty charts

1 CHIC SPRITZ THE PERFECT partner on hot days? Jo Malone Tropical Cherimoya Cologne, £95 for 100ml, with passion flower and tonka bean. 2 NAILED IT LAST MINUTE holiday prep? It’s a lick of Chanel Le Vernis Longwear NDLO CRORXU, £20 . We love Halo (below) for hands and Légèreté for toes. 3 JET,SET, GO! IF THE OVERSIZE compact doesn’t set your pulse racing, the peachy blush and flattering eyeshadows inside EVWéH LDXGHU BURQzH Goddess The Summer Look Palette, £45, will. 4 LIP LOVER BEEN WEARING Nars’ cult Orgasm blusher for years? Then you’ll love the limited-edition Nars Orgasm Afterglow Lip BDOP, £22 , which lends lips that just-bitten tint. 5 MAKE A SPLASH THERE’S NOTHING like a cool…

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obsessed

BACKSTAGE PASS At Grazia we’ve always got our ears pricked up for the insiders’ hot products. And the latest brand causing a buzz backstage is Elixi Beauty. We were particularly blown away by their highlighter palette, £29.99, which features six buttery shades. Incredibly flattering, they can be worn individually for luminosity or layered for a multi-dimensional effect. And Elixi’s hypoallergenic and antibacterial brushes, from £4.50, are the perfect pro tools. All this plus free UK delivery and easy returns. See the full collection at elixibeauty.com . ■…

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grazia view

Last week, Netflix issued a rule that staff can’t stare at each other for more than five seconds, to stamp out workplace harassment. People suffering an infringement can shout, ‘Stop! Don’t do that again!’ Which is great. Except, what about the welcome furtive stares across the kettle? And those office relationships that ended in marriage wouldn’t have stood a chance if work flirting had been banned. But it’s fine. If we’re all contractually obliged to look away every time a colleague meets our eye, and we are interested, there’s always location-specific dating app Happn. Or you can fine-tune the geo specifications on your Tinder profile. Workplace romance isn’t dead yet – it’s just gone digital. ■…

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chart of lust

1 UP JANELLE MONÁE Who Twitter hopes will be cast as Willy Wonka in a Chocolate Factory remake. This would annoy us – Twitter rumours usually do – except we think it’s actually a good idea. 2 UP MARC MARON Season two of Netflix’s divine Glow is imminent, and our thoughts inevitably turn to Sam Sylvia, AKA Marc Maron, who we never thought we’d fancy, until we suddenly, massively, completely did. 3 UP TONI COLLETTE We’ll never see Hereditary, the new horror in which she stars, because of, well, fear; but we shall lust her eternally for Muriel’s Wedding. 4 NEW IN AUBREY JOSEPH Of Cloak & Dagger, new on Amazon Prime, which we haven’t actually watched yet,…

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polly vernon

AND SO IT WAS THAT, LAST WEEK, Captain Ross Poldark ROSE FROM THE SEA... brow furrowed in tortured contemplation, chest: very, very bare – for the opening scene of series four of Poldark, at which point, right on cue (and completely unbothered that it was being played like a fiddle by its BBC overlords) one half of Twitter went ‘DING DONG! WOULD YOU LOOK AT THE PECS ON THAT?’ while the other half went: ‘OUTRAGEOUS HYPOCRISY! WHY IS IT THAT WOMEN ARE ALLOWED TO LEER AT MEN, BUT MEN AREN’T ALLOWED TO LEER BACK WITHOUT SOMEONE ENDING UP IN PRISON?’I would have probably joined in, except a) I think sexually objectifying Aidan Turner (who plays Poldark) has gone embarrassingly mainstream (I much preferred drooling over his earlier work, as…

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1 the beckhams fight back against divorce rumours

Louise Gannon – who has known Victoria for two decades – examines why the UK’s most famous family continue to be dogged by accusations Victoria’s sell-out dress David and Victoria with Vogue’s Edward Enninful. AS A WILD RUMOUR about David and Victoria Beckham’s imminent divorce tore through social media like a tornado, it felt as if the whole nation ground to a juddering halt. An email from a fashion PR claiming to know the next day’s front page split story was furiously retweeted (resulting in the suspension of said PR). Paddy Power announced it was suspending betting on the couple’s divorce. But within 24 hours, spokespeople for the couple had denounced it as ‘a crock of shit’ – effectively saying that…

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