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InStyle March 2020

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Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Meredith Corporation
Frequency:
Monthly
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12 Issues

in this issue

3 min.
hello!

When we were planning this issue, two things kept coming to mind: beauty and wisdom. Last year, as we all know, was a slog, and this year hasn’t been a bed of roses so far either. My instinct was that, in a world of noise and anxiety, a little pretty (and a lotta clarity) would be welcome. This was reaffirmed as soon as I returned from my native Australia in January. Leaving home was emotional given all the lives, land, and homes lost to the bushfires, not to mention the loss of our treasured plants and animals. Thankfully, the world has rallied to Australia’s aid, and we’ve seen many reassuring moments showcasing people’s goodness and generosity. So back at work, and on the InStyle stage, all I’m interested in is beauty…

1 min.
feedback

The perfect companion for a road trip @instylemagazine …and we’re off —@HAPPYGIRLBLOG_ LEADING LADY Thank you for featuring Renée Zellweger in your December issue (we both turned 50 in 2019). I enjoyed reading about her life and her experience portraying Judy Garland, one of my favorite actresses. I’ve been getting your magazine for years, and you never disappoint and always give me inspiration to live life to the fullest. —RAMUTE MISEVICIUS, Toronto She looks great! I love that dress Razzle dazzle —@LOLA_LAROSE, via Twitter Renée Zellweger is perfect!!! That’s the Tweet!!! —@PHOEBE-FRIENDS12, via Twitter I’m so happy to see all this diversity on these top magazines. Most of my life, I didn’t see anyone who looked like me or my friends on covers. It will be different for my daughter. —@LETISHAANJAX from the desk of @laurabrown99…

1 min.
real style

EMILY MEN Dallas @emilymen INSPIRED BY Instant Style: “Seen & Herd” (December 2019) HOW SHE MAKES IT HER OWN It’s not all black and white for Men, who earns her stripes wearing head-to-toe zebra print in coordinating rust and gold hues—an updated take on a classic pattern. GEORGETTE NILES Philadelphia @grownandcurvywoman INSPIRED BY Instant Style’s The Score: “Lime Light” and “Spot On” (November 2019) HOW SHE MAKES IT HER OWN Niles proves that double the trend is double the fun by taking pieces from two features and combining them into one killer look. Leopard is the new neutral next to electrifying lime. LAURA DITTRICH Freilassing, Germany @fashionlandscape INSPIRED BY Instant Style’s Workwear 101: “Neutral Gear” (September 2019) HOW SHE MAKES IT HER OWN Dittrich’s structured trousers are definitely not your dad’s khakis. She starts with a plain white…

1 min.
contributors

“I discovered this ring on a merchant in Morocco and bought it right off his hand. I feel special whenever I wear it.”BETHANN HARDISON Model and Activist, “The Teacher,” p. 200“I wore this dreamy Simone Rocha frock to the Met Gala with pointy crystallized talons courtesy of Cardi B’s manicurist—they made the whole look feel extra.”KATE BRANCH Writer, “Beautiful Music,” p. 202“My vintage Valentino shift dress. A perfect harmony of timeless elements and precise craftsmanship.”KONCA AYKAN Stylist, “When in Roma,” p. 182“Schiaparelli Couture.”LAW ROACH Stylist, “Kerry On,” p. 162“At a shoot I secretly slipped on this $125 yellow hat. Sure enough, I was busted by the magazine’s photographer. At least I tried.”JERRY SALTZ Art Critic, “Free Your Mind,” p. 190“I got this Luella Bartley for Target leather jacket years ago.…

2 min.
the cover

As a working mom of three, Washington was unfazed by the 7 A.M. call time for our tropical-themed shoot. In fact, she bounded onto the sprawling Beverly Hills estate and danced the whole day through to hits by Beyoncé, Mary J. Blige, and the Sugarhill Gang, which were expertly curated by her hairstylist. The property’s grassy hills were alive with the sound of music while Washington snapped Boomerangs among rows of lemon trees. Her floral frocks from Dries Van Noten, Louis Vuitton, Prada, and Richard Quinn were accessorized with sky-high stilettos and decadent jewelry. “We wanted to create the fantasy of this fabulous woman who amuses herself by putting on all of her diamonds and running through the gardens when she’s home alone,” said stylist Law Roach. Dreamy! Her Style OUR MARCH…

4 min.
the start: the news in style

PICTURE PERFECT Moschino creative director Jeremy Scott is known for turning eclectic bits of culture (SpongeBob, The Price Is Right) into wearable art. One of his latest masterpieces? This abstract striped look—a nod to Pablo Picasso’s bold brushstrokes—from the designer’s painting-inspired spring collection. Just for Kicks Step up your off-duty look with Dolce & Gabbana’s Day Master sneakers: a luxe gold-trimmed update on old-school basketball shoes. Pattern Play Rixo teams up with the historic house of Christian Lacroix to reinterpret the maximalist designer’s greatest hits for spring. Best Buds Harry Winston continues its legacy of designing nature-inspired jewelry with the Lily Cluster Collection. The pieces spotlight petal-like curves based on drawings from the brand’s 1940s archives. Good Signs Even horoscope skeptics will appreciate the colorful zodiac graphics and eco-friendly materials (including recycled cashmere and organic jersey) featured throughout Alberta…