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ELLE UK April 2020

Everything you ever need in a fashion magazine – ELLE is the glossy you can shop from. It's playful, useful, modern and relevant – inspiring you to be stylish in every area of your life. From exclusive celebrity interviews and shoots to the best edit of designer and high-street fashion and beauty, ELLE will give you insider access to the fashion and beauty world.

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The stylist CHARLOTTE HARNEY Charlotte’s interest in fashion began with her grandmother’s vast jewellery collection. She studied Fashion Styling and Production at London College of Fashion before becoming ELLE’s fashion assistant and co-ordinating City Slicker on p162. WHAT WAS THE FIRST ITEM OF CLOTHING THAT HAD AN IMPACT ON YOU? ‘The Avril Lavigne-inspired buckle miniskirt I wore with a one-shouldered vest top on my 1Oth birthday.’ MOST VALUABLE STYLE LESSON YOU’VE LEARNED? ‘If you can’t find it, make it. My nan taught me to be creative.’ The interviewer BECKY BURGUM After graduating from Central Saint Martins, Becky joined ELLE as features assistant and founded Galchester, a magazine celebrating the creative women in her hometown of Manchester. This month, she profiles fashion’s most stylish women on p94. GREATEST STYLE TIP? ‘Never wear a bra. Comfort is…

2 min.
public life vs real life

One of my favourite things to do is dine alone. Give me a table by a window and a compelling book and I am deeply content. I have long attributed this slight quirk – for a woman who chooses to eat alone, particularly after dark, is still a quizzical sight – to being an introvert. After all, being on the outside of things is where introverts are happiest. But over the years, I have discovered that there is, in fact, another reason. The conversation. That is… other people’s conversations. I call it the aural equivalent of ‘people watching’; you’d probably call it good old-fashioned ‘ear wigging’. Whichever way you dress it, it’s fascinating. Because here is the truth: what people admit in private is very different to what they admit…

7 min.
the rebound

As I neared the park, I felt my lungs expand. The cold air filled my throat, fine rain misted my face. In one direction, hordes of commuters in polished brogues and heels walked towards the train station. I, in my mud-encrusted worker boots, walked in the other direction, towards a place that, over the past few months, had become my sanctuary. The community gardens were easily missed, hidden behind a high Victorian wall. But beyond the ancient bricks lay a magical world where a grapevine-filled greenhouse crested over a sea of carefully tended allotments, all crafted by volunteers. Both tradition and romantic comedies dictate that in the wake of a break-up, one should spend time in a fugue state of misery and hangover, the whispers of cocktails and regret on every breath.…

18 min.
introducing... daisy edgar-jones

Daisy Edgar-Jones is a new Guinness fan. Well, sort of. ‘I have to have it with blackcurrant juice, which is probably a bit of a sin,’ she laughs. The actor became accustomed to drinking a pint, or three, after moving to Dublin for six months to film the TV show that’s about to grip the nation – Normal People. Which, in case you managed to miss it, is the highly anticipated upcoming TV adaptation of the bestselling 2O18 novel by Irish writer Sally Rooney – ‘the first great millennial author’, according to The New York Times. The BBC Three 12-part drama, out this month, sees Edgar-Jones star as book-smart loner Marianne opposite newcomer Paul Mescal (the sporty, popular Connell) in a startlingly relatable, witty love story set in and around…

1 min.
the look... craft work

They might be the product of age-old techniques, but there’s nothing fusty about the crafty styles on this season’s catwalks. Whether basket bags or raffia shoes, thatched and woven styles have been given a new-decade spin with leather touches and statement fastenings. So, take your look from homespun to high-end with these polished updates on your favourite accessories. Full THATCH UPDATE YOUR CL ASSIC STRAW HAT BY MATCHING IT WITH EQUALLY TACTILE CLOTHING Slick WEAVE TOUGHEN UP YOUR SUMMER DRESS WITH LACQUERED STRAW AND LEATHER Big BASKET OVERSIZEDBEACHBAGS WORKJUST ASWELL IN THE CITY THIS SEASON Bold BRAIDING BREATHE FRESH AIR INTO YOUR SUMMER BOOTS VIA PASTEL LEATHER PLAITING Rogue RAFFIA CLASH HOMESPUN AND POLISHED METAL FOR A MODERN WEAVE Hair: Asahi Sano at Caren using Kiehl’s. Make-up: Polly Mercer. Nails: Suzi Rezler.Model: Sylvie at The Squad Management.…

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the look new romantic

1 The shoes ... BLACK,FOR SUMMER? YES – IT PERFECTLY PUNCTUATES DREAMY WHITES 2 The fabric... MAKE A SWEET STATEMENT WITH SUBTLE CUT-OUTS AND BREEZY BRODERIE ANGLAISE 3 The twist... UPDATE SWEEPING LENGTHS: CINCH THE WAIST WITH A BOLD BELT 4 The palette ... ETHEREAL IVORY LIGHTENS BOTH YOUR WARDROBE AND YOUR MOOD 5 The mood ... TOUGHEN UP YOUR DRESS WITH COWBOY BOOTS AND DENIM 6 The print... KEEP PATTERNS SOFT WITH EARTHY HUES AND MUTED FLORALS 7 The mix... DRESS UP EVERYDAY DENIM WITH PUFF SLEEVES AND A HINT OF GOLD 8 The finish ... EMBELLISH EVERYTHING FOR A DECADENT FLOURISH Hair: Hiroshi Matsushita. Make-up: Amy Conley at Stella Creative Artists using CHANEL DesertDream Collection and CHANEL Le Lift. Model: Mavaro at Elite London. Fashion assistant: Jack O’Neill.…