Harper's Bazaar UK

Harper's Bazaar UK

March 2020

One of the world's most influential fashion titles, Harper's Bazaar has always been famous for its ability to blend inspiring fashion with intelligent features. Harper's Bazaar is for the sophisticated, discerning woman, bringing her a perfect mix of stunning fashion stories, informed arts coverage, informative beauty pages and strong, intelligent features every month.

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1 min.
calm & collected

PATTERNS OF HISTORY See our preview of the V&A’s vibrant new exhibition, which explores how traditional kimonos have influenced global fashion NATURAL RESOURCES For a more sustainable way to shop, browse our edit of ethically designed pieces with exemplary ecological credentials HANDLE WITH FLAIR Whether micro or maxi, simple or embellished, these are the catwalk’s most covetable bags for spring/summer 2020 ONLINE NOW AT WWW.HARPERSBAZAAR.COM/UK PHOTOGRAPHS: PAMELA HANSON, FASHIONABLE BROCADE PATTERNS OF THE IMPERIAL PALACE BY UTAGAWA KUNISADA (1847–1852)/© VICTORIA AND ALBERT MUSEUM, LONDON, RICHARD PHIBBS, COURTESY OF DOLCE & GABBANA…

3 min.
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LYDIA SLATER Acting editor-in-chief Creative director JO GOODBY Acting deputy editor FRANCES HEDGES Group managing editor CONNIE OSBORNE Workflow director/chief sub-editor DOM PRICE FASHION Group luxury fashion director AVRIL MAIR Global fashion director CARINE ROITFELD Executive fashion and jewellery director KIM PARKER Bookings director KIAAN ORANGE Style director-at-large LEITH CLARK Senior fashion editors MIRANDA ALMOND, CHARLIE HARRINGTON Junior fashion editors ROSIE ARKELL-PALMER, TILLY WHEATING, ROSIE WILLIAMS Acting junior fashion editor HARRIET ELTON Senior fashion co-ordinator SOPHIE CHAPMAN Senior fashion assistant HOLLY GORST Fashion assistant GEORGIA MEDLEY Fashion intern CRYSTALLE COX Contributing fashion editors CATHY KASTERINE, FLORRIE THOMAS FEATURES Features director HELENA LEE Entertainment director/associate editor TOM MACKLIN Senior editor/group luxury travel director LUCY HALFHEAD Commissioning editor CHARLOTTE BROOK Contributing literary editor ERICA WAGNER Features intern MEG HONIGMANN BEAUTY AND HEALTH Group luxury beauty director KATY YOUNG Beauty editor SIÂN RANSCOMBE Senior contributing editor, beauty HANNAH BETTS Assistant beauty editor BECKI MURRAY ART Associate editor HANNAH RIDLEY Design director AMY GALVIN Art editor LEANNE…

3 min.
days of promise

Change is in the air this month. Across the land, nature is throwing off her winter drab to bedeck herself in greens and golds, birds are bravely launching into parenthood, and the end of March will see even Time leap forward. Of course, change is not always easy or comfortable, as I have learnt to my own cost this year (my overambitious resolutions around daily exercise, meditation and clutter-clearing being early casualties); but it is almost always worth the effort. It is in celebration of such regeneration and renewal that in this issue of Bazaar, we have chosen to focus on ‘the new changemakers’, the women reshaping the way we live now, in a fascinating portfolio of interviews and photography. Each of our chosen subjects is inspirational in her own way, from Maria…

5 min.

EMILY BLUNT Page 188 Now based in America, our British cover star has featured in films as diverse as The Devil Wears Prada, The Young Victoria and Mary Poppins Returns. As her sequel to A Quiet Place arrives in cinemas, the acclaimed horror film directed by John Krasinski, she talks to Bazaar about working with her husband, cooking Sunday roasts in Brooklyn and not being scared to say no. One woman changing the world is… ‘Malala Yousafzai.’ Three women you would invite to a dinner party ‘Ella Fitzgerald – she’s my favourite singer of all time; Meryl Streep, because she’s a great conversationalist; and Elizabeth I.’ Your childhood heroine ‘My nana, my mum’s mum. She was magical, funny, jolly and creative; a brilliant artist, storyteller and cook.’ A piece of clothing you wish you owned…

2 min.
10 things we love

1 TECHNO TAILORING Stride into spring with Giorgio Armani’s super-modern, streamlined take on practical daytime dressing. 2 THE PRINT CLASH Too much isn’t enough when it comes to this season’s riotous approach to pattern. 3 THE 1970s SHADES From glam rock to boho, the decade that taste definitely didn’t forget takes another catwalk turn. Oversize sunglasses are your easy way in. 4 THE LIGHTER BRIGHTS Spring’s colour wheel moves from neons to pastels. Keep the look fresh with simple, graphic shapes. 5 THE MINIDRESS Whether sporty or seductive, this Sixties staple is back with a bang. Short and sweet, literally. 6 THE FASHION SAFARI Utility reworked: the multi-pocket jacket may nod to the Seventies, but the latest iteration speaks more of luxury than functionality. 7 THE SHORTS SUIT Get thee to a Stairmaster: City style for spring means daring to show a little…

1 min.
my moodboard

While leopard print has long been synonymous with Dolce & Gabbana, its appearance on a carpeted runway at the Italian fashion house’s S/S 20 presentation gave a whole new meaning to the word ‘catwalk’. ‘The Sicilian jungle is in our DNA,’ say Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana of their collection. Models opened the show wearing simple safari separates in an elegant khaki palette, followed by crocodile skirt suits, sequined shorts and eye-catching animal and plant prints – from giraffes and zebra to pineapples and heliconia blooms. The playful mood continued with an accessories line featuring embellished orchid earrings and tiny versions of the brand’s Devotion and Sicily bags. ‘It’s a season full of joy, love and positivity,’ say the designers. ‘This is the story we want to tell today.’…