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Marie Claire - UK

October 2019

Your life made easier - every day. Marie Claire is the monthly women's glossy that combines provocative features with outstanding fashion and beauty to inspire every woman who wants to think smart and look amazing.

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United Kingdom
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
TI-Media
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editor’s letter

Last weekend, I spent a rare couple of hours with my brother and sister going through our old family photo albums in order to put together a slide show for our dad’s big birthday bash. The instant we turned the cover of the first book (featuring a couple gallivanting through a wood, decked out in flares and 70s mullets) the memories came flooding back. A photo on a beach confirmed my recollection that every one of our summer holidays in the west of Ireland was sunny, which of course is impossible – as anyone who’s ever visited the near permanently soggy Emerald Isle will know. But no matter, that is my happy, rain-free memory and I’m sticking with it. It was a poignant afternoon, cooing over the sweet little matching dresses…

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marie claire - uk

EDITOR IN CHIEF TRISH HALPIN EDITOR’SPA/JUNIORWRITER Charlotte Vossen CREATIVE DIRECTOR CHRISTINE LEECH DEPUTY EDITOR Andrea Thompson FASHION DIRECTOR Jayne Pickering BEAUTY AND STYLE DIRECTOR Lisa Oxenham FASHION FEATURES DIRECTOR Jess Wood PRODUCTION EDITOR Tracey Nightingale BRAND COPY CHIEF Nicola Moyne FASHION 020 3148 7516 EXECUTIVE FASHION DIRECTOR Tanya Philipson CONTRIBUTING SENIOR FASHION EDITOR Tiffany Fraser Steele BOOKINGS DIRECTOR Jessica Harrison FASHION EDITOR Lucia Debieux SENIOR FASHION ASSISTANT Alison Belamant FASHION ASSISTANT Cristiana Frunza WITH THANKS TO Alessandra Francescutti, Grace Wright BEAUTY 020 3148 7492 SENIOR BEAUTY EDITOR Fiona Embleton JUNIOR BEAUTY WRITER Sarah Barnes FEATURES 020 3148 7471 CONTRIBUTING EDITORS Martha Hayes, Maria Coole, Marisa Bate, Sophie Goddard FEATURES ASSISTANT Niamh McCollum ART 020 3148 7491 ART DIRECTOR Maria Bancroft CONTRIBUTING ART EDITOR Ana Ospina WITH THANKS TO Liz Villabona PICTURES 020 3148 7497 CONTRIBUTING PICTURE EDITOR Rachel Hale CONTRIBUTING DEPUTY PICTURE EDITOR Lorina Lefterova WITH THANKS TO Naomi Bristow EDITORIAL PRODUCTION DEPUTY PRODUCTION EDITOR Claire Hearn DIGITAL EDITOR Holly Rains ASSOCIATE EDITOR Sunil Makan DIGITAL…

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marie claire woman kind

MODEL BEHAVIOUR A pioneering and boundary-pushing new book, Supreme Models, celebrates the history of black women in fashion ‘I have black and brown, Latin and Asian women approach me all over the world and say, “When I saw you on the cover of Elle, I knew I was beautiful, too,”’ says American model Veronica Webb, who appeared on the Elle cover in 1986 and is just one of the groundbreaking figures to feature in Supreme Models: Iconic Black Women Who Revolutionized Fashion. She points out the significance of black women breaking into an industry dominated by white beauty ideals. It was important, she says, ‘not only to inspire and transform attitudes of personal beauty but also to educate the world about the beauty of our own hair, our lives, our hips and…

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five things i’ve learned in business

Jo Malone CBE left school with no qualifications and severe dyslexia, before building her empire Jo Malone London (which she sold to Estée Lauder in 1999). After being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2003, she made a triumphant return in 2011 with Jo Loves. Celebrating 25 years at the top of the beauty industry, Malone reveals what it takes to succeed 1 RESILIENCE IS THE KEY Nothing ever goes 100 per cent anyone’s way, so when tough times come, resilience allows you to dig deep. I needed more resilience building Jo Loves than anything I’ve ever done. I wanted to quit every day, but now I’m the happiest I’ve ever been. I was in Marbella recently where I was a guest speaker alongside Barack Obama. How did I get there, a girl…

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women who win

‘MY SON DIED A PEACEKEEPER’ ‘Dwayne was stabbed after trying to help a boy who was being chased. He was passionate about helping young people, so he set up a boxing club. There were no community centres, so kids were at risk of getting involved with drugs and alcohol. Dwayne thought if he could get them fit, they could focus on their aspirations. When he died aged 20, kids wanted the boxing to continue, so I got it up and running again.’ ‘DWAYNAMICS OFFERS AN ATMOSPHERE OF PEACE’ ‘We work with children from the ages of five, combining boxing and fitness with counselling and mentoring workshops. After coming, parents tell us their kids sleep and eat better.’ ‘I’M PROUD OF THE IMPACT WE’VE HAD IN REDUCING CRIME’ ‘We’ve won two commendations from Scotland Yard for…

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‘it was a wild ride’

The book came out in 2003, so has the movie been in the works for a long time? Yes, I kept hearing news of which studio bought the rights then ten years went by and it still wasn’t made. I heard the rights had reverted back to James Frey so I emailed him and 20 minutes later he called and said, ‘The rights are yours if you want them.’ I paid him a dollar. He said, ‘I just want the movie made, I don’t want money or input, just go and create art in the same spirit I wrote the book,’ which was incredible. How involved was he? He said, ‘I’ll be as involved as you want me to be.’ It was amazing to be given creative licence to just run with it. There…

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