Glamour UK

Glamour UK July 2017

Britain’s No1 Women's Magazine has the hottest celebrities, the best fashion and beauty, gripping real-life stories, in depth features, plus entertainment, health, fitness, food and travel... and much, much more. Please note: This digital version of the magazine does not include the covermount items, bound-inserts or tipons you would find on printed newsstand copies

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“hey, we’re women of the year, too!”

EVERY YEAR AT THE GLAMOUR WOMEN OF THE YEAR AWARDS, IN ASSOCIATION WITH NEXT, WE CELEBRATE THE WOMEN YOU VOTE FOR WHO HAVE SHONE IN THEIR FIELD – be it film, television, sport, business, literature, theatre, music and more. It is, at its heart, an unapologetically glamorous event (funny that), honouring the leading lights on a world stage. But we also know that there are many, many ways to be strong, brilliant and inspiring – in other words, there are countless ways in which to be a woman of the year in our own worlds, and to make a difference to both those around us and to ourselves. So I’m giving this Editor’s Letter, in this special Women of the Year issue, over to some of you. We had a wonderful…

3 min.
“what’s the rush to grow up?”

STAR LETTER I loved reading Daisy Buchanan’s Adulting Is Hard. I turned 30 last year, surrounded by friends getting engaged, buying houses and falling pregnant. Me? I rent with a mate and recently quit my job with no clue what to do next. But your feature reminded me that there’s plenty of time to be ‘grown-up’ when I’m ready. For now, I’m happy to be mortgage-free, baby-free and living with my best friend. Sarah, by email This month’s star letter wins Rahua’s Hair Detox & Renewal Treatment. Mix the deeply nourishing oil with the detoxifying cream, massage into hair and leave it to work its magic. Products are 100% plantbased and will leave hair soft, silky and strong. Worth £88, cultbeauty.co.uk Amazing Amy To read an interview with such a successful, no-nonsense woman like…

1 min.
back to the noughties

So you thought you had the latest trend nailed? Well, step away from the slip dresses – it’s time to ditch the ’90s and embrace the Noughties: Paris Hilton, Britney Spears and Lisa Maffia are your style icons. Again. Yes, really. This is – at least in part – because of the internet. Instagram accounts dedicated to the Noughties are on all the cool-girl feeds. The ones to follow now? @popculturediedin2009 (references include TomKat, Tyra Banks, the heyday of Lindsay Lohan), @partylikeitsthe2000s (think fifty shades of Britney Spears) and @everyoutfitonsatc with its lol-worthy captions. The website broadly.vice.com even has a regular column, This Week In 2007, citing ten years ago as the moment modern culture was crystallised (it was the year that saw the introduction of the iPhone, Paris go to…

2 min.
the bralet?

PERHAPS THE REAL QUESTION IS,WOULDI WEAR A BRALET? As a woman in my thirties with a relaxed (OK, non-existent) approach to working out, isn’t this one of those trends best left on the catwalk? Victoria Beckham, Alexander Wang and Miuccia Prada showed us ways to wear this teeny-tiny piece. And it looked amazing… on gorgeous, gazelle-like models, which we all know gives zero indication of whether a look will translate to our wardrobes. I find myself anxiously typing ‘how to wear a bralet’ into Google, which turns up various pap-shots of Bella, Gigi and Kendall, all looking great, all under the age of 25. But I’m determined to road-test this for you, Glamour readers, so onwards! I take the Prada show as my starting point – here, bralets were styled over…

1 min.
sunglasses: what’s your vibe?

As far as we’re concerned, there’s not a single day of the year when sunglasses aren’t appropriate. Show us a dark grey cloud and we’ll show you our new Prada Baroque numbers. But now that it’s actually summer, we can stop rolling our eyes at everyone who makes an Anna Wintour joke in our direction. Editrix-style aside, if you can’t decide which pair to plump for, here’s a handy tribe guide: Victoria Moss is senior fashion news and features editor at The Telegraph. Photographs: Collage Vintage, Jason Lloyd-Evans, Rex Features…

2 min.
“ my secret holiday fling”

People think fashion editors have vast wardrobes full of out-there clothes, a bit like Anna Dello Russo. Me? I wear the same thing every single day. Getting dressed in the morning looks like this: dark, straight jeans or a tailored trouser; a cashmere sweater or shirt; coat; shoes (the one part of my outfit I am willing to experiment with). All within a minimalist colour palette of white, camel, navy, grey and black. Some people call me boring (hi to my boyfriend and mum!) and friends sigh over the wasted opportunity. But I never stray. My bordering-on-masculine uniform makes me feel confident; it’s the perfect measure of androgyny, and I feel like my best me when I’m wearing it. It’s also really liberating. There’s no fuss, no full-blown anxiety about being…