British Vogue June 2019

No other magazines combine beauty, style, glamour, design, fashion and contemporary culture in such an inspiring mix. VOGUE employs the most talented photographers, stylists, writers and editors to fill the pages each month with new trends, controversial images and challenging ideas

United Kingdom
Conde Nast Publications Ltd
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12 Udgivelser

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2 min
editor’s letter

When it comes to genuine icons… …who sit at the crossroads of fashion and music, this month’s cover star has outlasted them all. In a career straddling two centuries, Madonna Louise Veronica Ciccone has surfed every genre, set trend after trend, and been loved, loathed and debated like no woman before her. Yet what amazes me most about the Queen of Pop is that she never stops moving forward. The highest-selling female artist of all time, she has, of course, been showered with adulation. But, boy, does she divide opinion. From Sex, her seminal 1992 book of S&M-infused photography, to her current battles with the media that refuse to allow her to age on her own terms, at 60, Madonna continues to dominate the conversation. I believe it’s important that we pay…

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sunshine states


1 min
holiday, celebrate

SCREEN QUEEN At, presenter Maya Jama reveals a few of her firsts – from her earliest memory to the first thing she does when she wakes up in the morning. TRAVEL TICK-LIST Whether you’re going long-haul with a suitcase or short-haul with only hand luggage, Vogue’s guides to holiday-wardrobe essentials and travel beauty buys will have you covered for all destinations. MATERIAL GIRL With a wardrobe that’s as iconic as her discography, we chart Madonna’s most unforgettable style moments through the years. MINNIE CARVER; EUGENE VERNIER; ALBERT WATSON; GETTY IMAGES…

3 min
the city sarong

Make the cut A sharp-shouldered Bermuda shorts suit is a neat match for a supple shirt and barely-there sandals “Boxy shirts elevate the simplest suiting – and double as a handy beach cover-up”Naomi Smart, shopping editor Zip and tuck Revel in the sling-it-on charm of the ’90s shoulder bag in polished iterations CATCH OF THE DAY Beach-bound? A zingy string bag, a figure-sculpting swimsuit and a flash of gold are your only requirements “Come sundown, a one-piece turns definitive when you add denim”Sarah Harris, deputy editor Strings attached Summer’s best sandals take their cue from flip-flops: less is definitely more Sunlight exposure Giant frames spell dramatic appeal “Throwing some shade? Take your sunnies XXL – and smile!”Olivia Singer, executive fashion news editor HAIR: DAVID HARBOROW. MAKE-UP: CYNDLE K. NAILS: TRISH LOMAX. SET DESIGN: LOUIS GIBSON. DIGITAL ARTWORK: FEATHER CREATIVE. MODELS: HAYETT BELARBI-McCARTHY, ZWAAN…

1 min
great escapes

Reconsider haute hippie. Eclecticism is all well and good – but it shouldn’t look chaotic. This season’s globe-trotting mood is on a super-refined track: think open weaves in contemporary shapes, joyful prints on luxe silks, sophisticated accessories too good to abandon on a sunbed. And as for jewellery, the more your earrings resemble a holiday-souvenir steal from a Provençal market, the better. “Sprinkle statement fringing in with wardrobe binders – jeans, T-shirts and blazers – and you’ll find it looks bold rather than bonkers” Ellie Pithers, fashion features editor JASON LLOYD-EVANS; MITCHELL SAMS; PIXELATE.BIZ…