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British Vogue

British Vogue February 2020

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

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United Kingdom
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English
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Conde Nast Publications Ltd
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2 min.
editor’s letter

Sometimes, a screen performance can… move you so profoundly that you leave the cinema positively reeling. This was my experience all the way back in March last year, when I first saw Lupita Nyong’o take on her double role in Jordan Peele’s brilliant and unsettling movie Us. I called my team straightaway. I instantly knew I wanted her for the cover of this year’s Fashion and Film issue, our third annual celebration of the best cinema performances of the previous 12 months. Our lineup this year is dazzling. In LA, we photographed Renée Zellweger (so touching in Judy) up in the Hollywood hills, as well as Jennifer Hudson, Daniel Kaluuya and Jennifer Lopez; and we were in Venice, New York and London to capture Scarlett Johansson, Charlize Theron, Penélope Cruz and…

2 min.
meet & greet

Looking back on a week spent with leopards, lions and gorillas in Botswana and Rwanda, Maria Sharapova and her partner Alexander Gilkes share their safari diaries on page 127. Next to tick off on their travel checklist? For Maria, it’s a trip to “Gardens Havana, a place Alexander helped launch last year”, while Alexander is “longing for us to visit the north of Norway in summer”. For Vogue’s third annual celebration of Hollywood talent (on page 180) Greg Williams – seen here with Annette Bening – photographed Oscar- and Bafta-tipped stars in all their red carpet glory. “I don’t go in with a picture in mind,” he says. “It’s a dance with the subject to find a narrative.” For a profile on page 142, fashion critic Sarah Mower spent the afternoon in…

1 min.
blue heaven

1 WITH FLAIR Meet the “Serge” – Celine’s jeans of the season, in a gentle bootcut shape. Wear with a rakish shirt for instant insouciance. 2 DOUBLE DARE Head-to-toe indigo now has Bottega Veneta’s blessing – just keep the silhouette sleek. 3 RENEWED ZEAL If circularity is the endgame, Givenchy’s ’90s jeans (reclaimed from a warehouse near Paris) and Diesel’s collaboration with Japanese upcycling brand Readymade are sure hits. 4 APPLIED ARTS Next-level patchwork demands a fresh approach: button jackets to the neck and sport a flash of leg. 5 SAILOR MADE Switch out midi-skirts for tailored alternatives: at Chanel, knee-length shorts make a crisp pairing with a classic Breton. 6 PERSONAL PLATFORM We’re giving new label Nodelato’s navy denim mules a big blue tick. HAIR: SHIORI TAKAHASHI. MAKE-UP: CIARA O’SHEA. NAILS: ZARRA CELIK. SET DESIGN: SOPHIE DURHAM. MODELS: AGI AKUR, NAYELI…

1 min.
blazer squad

If you’ve been flirting with blazers for work or for play, it’s time to go steady. Whether single- or double-breasted, rendered in relaxed linen or elegant jacquard, a tailored jacket will be the Bostik holding your wardrobe together come spring – and may we suggest that you wear it with the ease and poise of Patti Smith? Specifically, Patti Smith on the cover of her 1975 album Horses – for which, you may recall, she was photographed by Robert Mapplethorpe wearing a man’s shirt, a blazer slung over her shoulder. The nonchalance of that blazer sling spells comfort – but it also commands authority. That was the vibe on the s/s 2020 catwalks at Max Mara, Paco Rabanne, Paul Smith, Altuzarra et al. Repeat after us: slouch and sass. Ellie…

1 min.
on the buttons

“If an oversized cardigan feels schlumpy, cinch it in with a statement chain-link belt”ELLIE PITHERS FASHION FEATURES EDITOR SØREN JEPSEN; JASON LLOYD-EVANS; MITCHELL SAMS; GETTY IMAGES; PIXELATE.BIZ…

2 min.
choose your muse

THE FINAL TOUCH THE MUSE DIANA CHRISTENSEN, PLAYED BY FAYE DUNAWAY, IN NETWORK (1976) This Oscar-winning satirical drama, set at a fictional TV station, sees Dunaway’s character turn falling ratings around in cutthroat style. WHY HER STYLE WORKS NOW Take Diana Christensen’s 1970s work wardrobe as a blueprint for office power dressing. Layers of sophisticated butterscotch and honey tones not only mirror this season’s obsession with a neutral palette, they also highlight the need for standout separates: cue Victoria Beckham s/s ’20. Seek out high waisted tailored trousers, silk blouses and barely-there shoes. GET THE LOOK THE SHOWS THE SHOWS GET THE LOOK THE MUSE BREE DANIELS, PLAYED BY JANE FONDA, IN KLUTE (1977) This New York-based thriller sees Jane Fonda playing a high-class call girl and aspiring actor whose experience with a stalker helps a detective solve a missing persons case. WHY…