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British Vogue January 2019

No other magazines combine beauty, style, glamour, design, fashion and contemporary culture in such an inspiring mix. VOGUE employs the most talented photographers, stylists, writers and editors to fill the pages each month with new trends, controversial images and challenging ideas

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United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Conde Nast Publications Ltd
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12 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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editor’s letter

When the time came… … for me and my team to put together this special Future Issue – dedicated to the revolution that a new generation of talent is bringing about in the fashion industry and beyond – I could not have been more excited. There are moments when, as a tilt to youth takes hold, you can almost feel society shifting its priorities and concerns. And anyone with a smartphone knows that we are living in such a moment. As a creative person, I find it – and them – immensely inspiring. I wanted to harness this new mood in a way that made sense for Vogue. Firstly, we took the decision to fill the issue with work by the best of photography and styling’s new guard, assembling a crack…

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meet & greet

HOT SHOT When 26-year-old Brit Nadine Ijewere photographed new-generation stars Dua Lipa, Binx Walton and Letitia Wright on the Kentish coast for this issue’s cover story (Youth Quake, page 126), she became the first woman of colour to shoot the cover of any Vogue in the magazine’s 125-year global history. Born and raised in south-east London to a Nigerian father and a Jamaican mother, she honed her craft while studying at the London College of Fashion. But rather than assisting a well-known photographer after graduation, she chose to make her own way, winning a devoted following on Instagram (and serious industry kudos) on her own terms. “You have to be careful about protecting your vision as an artist,” she explains. “I work with models whose looks fall outside the industry norm.…

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plain and simple

“The easiest route into the new minimalism? Style your long-line blazer with everything”Ellie Pithers, fashion features editor WEAR WITH… HAIR: DAVID HARBOROW. MAKE-UP: LAURA DOMINIQUE. NAILS: PEBBLES AIKENS. SET DESIGN: THOMAS BIRD. MODELS: CLEMENTINE BALCAEN, NOOR CHALTIN, PAN HAOWEN, MANUELA SANCHEZ. BENJAMIN VNUK; JASON LLOYD-EVANS; PIXELATE.BIZ…

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good vibrations

BENJAMIN VNUK; JASON LLOYD-EVANS; PIXELATE.BIZ…

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not just a pretty lace

Ladies who lunch, Victorian Valentine’s cards, royal weddings: in a word-association game, lace conjures old-school romance. Decorous and delicate, it imbues its wearer with a certain sophisticated air – but this season it’s getting a game-changing makeover. Introducing the new laid-back lace: bonded with fluoro plastic at No 21 (kinky, right?); fused with zebra print at Chloé; or quicksilvered at Paco Rabanne. Look, too, to unorthodox pairings that will instantly revive an old favourite. All a strawberry-hued lace confection of a dress from Hermès needs to make it zing is a cosy Christopher Kane knit.…

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5 names to know now

1 MEDEA Founded by Italian sisters Giulia and Camilla Venturini, Medea is at the forefront of clean-cut, contemporary accessories, offering structured handbags that come in scalable sizes – from “short” to “venti” – and a wealth of colourful calfskins. Beloved by the likes of Paloma Elsesser and Petra Collins, and following a collaboration with Nan Goldin, they’ve quickly become a cool-kid staple – but their pristine execution and endless variants have staying power. 2 HERNAN HERDEZ Pearls have recently been liberated from their stuffy connotations, and irregularly shaped droplets have become the statement gem du jour. But there is one standout brand doing them best: Hernán Herdez, established by Brooklyn-based designer Melissa Hernández, who left a career in advertising to turn her hand to jewellery in 2014. Incorporating recycled metals and freshwater pearls,…

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