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GLAMOUR South Africa December 2019

GLAMOUR will be bringing you fresh, NEW content. With breaking celebrity news stories that are trending NOW. Forecasting all the NEXT fashion and beauty trends.

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from paris, with love

Finally, it’s summer! Mine began with two exciting trips during the making of this issue: the first was my third visit to Paris; and the second, an exclusive invite to the Giambattista Valli x H&M launch in Rome. Paris Fashion Week included my first encounter with artistic director Anna Wintour on two consecutive days, visits to the Alexander McQueen and Louis Vuitton showrooms to re-see their Spring/Summer 2020 runway collections, and attending a reception cocktail party with fellow Condé Nast Editors from around the world. As a proud member of the #PassportGang, I was thrilled to discover that I would be flying with Emirates. The airline defines the idea of flying better. I enjoy the plush on-board comfort and its excellent hospitality – feeling like a VIP guest. After binge-watching the…

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what’s on our fashion radar?

PLAYFUL POTTERY Cape Town-based artist, Keren Setton’s clay works focus on the female body and what it means to be a woman who loves herself in a world that often makes it hard to do so. We love these pieces, which express freedom, joy, self-love and sexual liberation. A BETTER FEELING A Better Feeling’s eyewear has interchangeable arms, taking this high-end brand to the next level. SOCKS & SANDALS From a fashion no-go to summer’s next chic trend, be bold with brightly coloured socks, or take the athleisure approach with a pair of Nike or adidas socks. QUEEN OF COWRIES We’ve been seeing cowries everywhere, from jewellery to Beyoncé’s music videos. But this Instagram feels like the origin of it all. La Falaise Dionn, dubbed the Queen of Cowries, is creating pieces like no other, handmade with…

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print power

ADDITIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY: MRSK Studios MAKEUP: Beez Glam HAIR: ghd South Africa MODELS: K NaomiNoinyane, Lala Tshabalala and Palesa Masiteng…

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western union

HAIR: Yukiko Tajima using Kérastase MAKEUP: Deborah Altizio using Go-To Skincare MODEL: Jasmine Daniels at The Industry Model MGMT…

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get the look

WHEN DID YOU FIRST REALISE THAT YOU WANTED TO BE A FASHION DESIGNER? I was 10. My grandmother and mother had a stylish approach to fashion, and my great uncle, Paul Gautier, was the first to bring French sartorial style to Cape Town in the ’60s and ’70s. Fashion designer Warrick Gautier shares the inspiration behind his brand and his advice for young designers. DESCRIBE YOUR BRAND’S AESTHETIC. An androgynous style that’s relevant, and continually explores and redefines proportions gleaned from my passion for architecture. I love the art of reinventing couture for modern women, creating an empowering style. WHAT INSPIRES YOUR COLLECTIONS? Women, art and architecture. It’s all about ‘her’ and what ‘she’ is doing in ‘her’ life. I create a collection of pieces that are going to bring power, love and joy to women’s…

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pan-african fashion featuring founder of ri.ch factory, rina chunga-kutama

What do you get when you combine Ri.Ch Factory’s love of bright colours and bold prints with Dove’s continued commitment to celebrating and empowering women? A Dove #100ColoursofAfrica print, a fabric that fast became iconic after it was revealed at the 2018 edition of Africa Fashion International (AFI). A limited-edition capsule collection that features these prints empowers women to wear more of the colours they love, and is suitable for women of all shapes and sizes, celebrating body diversity. “We needed to create something African but colourful, inspired by Dove Invisible Dry deodorant, which is proven to leave no marks on 100 garment colours. We used mud cloth as our inspiration, then added vibrant print and colour to it. Traditional mud cloth is usually brown or indigo,” says Rina Chunga-Kutama.…