Glamour UK

Glamour UK November 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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2 min.
editor’s letter

WIN! Stella McCartney designed this bespoke T-shirt especially for Glamour’s cover. The amazing Zendaya’s rocking it and you can too, because we have five to give away. For more details on how to enter – and how your entry will raise money for a fantastic cause – visit glamourmagazine. co.uk/competition #POWERED BY WOMEN This issue is totally YOU MIGHT WANT TO GIVE YOURSELF AN EXTRA LITTLE LIE-IN, or maybe even take the whole day off on November 10. You probably don’t need me to remind you: it’s Equal Pay Day. This day marks the fact that women in the UK earn an average of 18.1% less than men for doing the same jobs – and so, from that date, anyone missing a penis is working for the rest of the year for free.…

3 min.
“breaking silence, building love”

Reading Juliet Kinsman’s Losing My Mother Taught Me To Embrace Life woke something up in me. I’ve always had a turbulent relationship with my mum and we’ve not spoken for a while. But while she may be erratic and unpredictable, she’s also kind and loving, and I can’t fathom losing her. If Juliet were to give me advice, I imagine it would be, ‘Pick up the phone and call her.’ So that’s what I’m going to do. Hayley, by email This month’s star letter wins a Bliss Triple Oxygen skincare set. Boost brightness with the Instant Energizing Cleansing Foam, Foaming Mask and Eye Mask, followed by a spritz of Radiance Restoring Mist. Finally, treat skin with Ultimate UV Protection Moisturiser. Worth £170, blissworld.co.uk Key to happiness I loved Who Says We Can’t Be…

1 min.
on glamour.com

COVER UP IN STYLE Whether it’s shearling, a trench or a cool ’70s look, check out our top 100 coats for winter. THE COLOUR OF THE SEASON IS RED Farewell, millennial pink – we're paintin’ the town scarlet for A/W17. EVERYBODY GET BOOTYLICIOUS Are you brave enough for the knee-high, the thigh-high or the bling-tastic styles? You need to be. DO HALLOWEEN THE RIGHT WAY… Snapchat glamouruk Facebook glamourmaguk Twitter GlamourMagUK Instagram glamouruk Photographs: Rex Features, Indigital, Allstar, Camera Press, Splash…

4 min.
* not just a pretty face

Every fashionable thing you need to know now Just how powerful do you consider models to be? Not exactly up there with world leaders? Their job is to be impossibly, improbably beautiful, to look good in front of the camera and irresistible as they walk down the runway and… that’s it. Right? Not any more. In case you hadn’t noticed, there’s a new generation of models rising up the ranks who are not content with being seen and not heard. Instead, they’re using their influence as a force for change, educating and advocating causes ranging from diversity and women’s rights to climate change and mental health. They’re inspirational and aspirational in the best possible way – smart, engaged, eloquent and setting the tone for the young women who look up to…

4 min.
the future is female

MIUCCIA PRADA PRADA The fashion industry can be a game of glamorous, probably gold, definitely expensive, musical chairs. When one designer leaves a brand, speculation starts on where they might end up, and who might score their former role. See the recent move of Raf Simons from Dior to Calvin Klein. Or Riccardo Tisci leaving Givenchy after 12 years as creative director (destination TBC). Gossip aside, the best thing about these moves is that the vacancies have been filled by women. Dior and Givenchy – two of the most storied French fashion houses – are now, for the first time ever, helmed by women: Maria Grazia Chiuri and Clare Waight Keller respectively. Further reason to utilise the fist-bump emoji include Natacha Ramsay-Levi taking over from Clare at Chloé, as well as the existing…

3 min.
from the streets to the runway

Anyone who seeks style inspiration from the women snapped on their way to the catwalk shows should listen up. Said fashion insiders are taking the next step – going from mood-board reference to creating the mood board. Here are the front-row labels designed by street-style stars, based on their own look. It’s a #win. BORGO DE NOR Sleek, chic and pulled-together, ex-fashion editor Carmen Borgonovo has the kind of look we envy – but now we can have it, too. She set up Borgo de Nor with her friend Joana de Noronha to create clothes for a woman who “lives life fully as both master and muse”. Centred around the easy appeal of the dress – and the joy of wearing one – Carmen says the brand is “about celebrating your free…