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HELLO! Fashion Monthly

February 2019

HELLO! Fashion Monthly (HFM) - a monthly Fashion and Beauty magazine from HELLO!. Every month HFM will bring you style tips, beauty news, the latest high-street buys, swoon-worthy catwalk looks, and in depth fashion and celebrity interviews. Enjoy every glossy page at your fingertips with the digital edition – exclusive extra content, picture galleries, competitions and videos.

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January is usually the month when all you want to do is hibernate under the duvet, but allow HFM to be your winter therapy – we’ve tailored the whole issue to lift your spirits! So instead of worrying about how many mince pies you’ve consumed, take some advice from our cover star Iskra Lawrence, who believes we need to love our bodies no matter what our size or shape. The British model is proud of her curves and is challenging body prejudice and encouraging her whopping 4.2m Insta followers to love the skin they’re in. We’ve also put together ten...

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feelgood issue

BECKY Discusses body image, cellulite hang-ups and freeing the nipple with this month’s cover star, Iskra Lawrence ELLE Talks all things beauty with the Russian supermodel Natalia Vodianova at a birthday party for Guerlain in Paris LAURA Applied some colour therapy to find out how these pink and red heels will make you feel THE TEAM Behind the scenes at our beauty shoot with uber influencer (and super glowy) Xenia Tchoumi RACHEL Champions the high street (wearing Asos and Mango) at a fitness retreat on the Greek island of Crete ...

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the wish list

FURRY FLATS The foldable back means these buttery leather flats can be worn as a slipper, too. You won’t want to take them off. Shoes, £620, Bally SNUGGLE UP Cosy up in two-tone mohair with this luxe oversized neck-warmer. It looks as good as it feels. Scarf, £170, Acne Studios ONE TEQUILA… This tipple gets its colour from resting in the finest uncharred red wine barrels from Napa valley. Tequila, £65.50, Código Tequila METALLIC MARVEL This quilted number is guaranteed to be the next It bag – and will inject a pastel hit. We want. Bag, £875,...

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the agenda

THE COLOUR THEORY  Colours have been proven to evoke emotional and physical responses. So we’ve decoded the runways to discover which combos will make you look AND feel good. COBALT AND LEMON Roksanda Ilincic’s trademark colour pairings should be used as a how-to guide to mastering the chaos of clash each season. Consider complementary primary colours like cobalt and yellow a starting point. While blue exudes power and stability, yellow reverberates happiness, hope and optimism – a match made in heaven. If it works for Ikea… ORANGE AND PINK These shades are a happy, energetic combination – a sartorial sunset...

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iskra never hold back

Blazer, £75, Topshop Bra top, as before Trousers, £220, Outline Shoes (just seen), £575, Jimmy Choo Earrings, £79, The Hoop Station When we meet I skra Lawrence in an east London studio, on the morning of her HFM cover shoot, she’s quick to hug each of us in turn. The amiable British model is one of life’s girl’s girls. “I flew in from New York yesterday and went to Nando’s last night,” she tells us, while putting the kettle on. “And when I was ordering, I asked for fries – it even says chips on the menu, so that...

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swinging sixties

Coat, £1,190 Bag, £895 Shoes, £560 Sunglasses, £190 Keep an eye out for Mulberry’s new range of sunglasses inspired by 60s icons, from John Lennon to Jackie O, whose sunnies became a visual trademark. As well as retro references, the frames also pay homage to modern-day Brit style icons, from Kate Moss to Jane Birkin. Colours range from sorbet pink to dark olive, all in line with the seasonal palette of the clothing collection. See page 32 for our interview with the designer, Johnny Coca… ■...