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British Vogue October 2018

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
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English
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Conde Nast Publications Ltd
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IN THIS ISSUE

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editor’s letter

I’m always especially excited… when a piece lands on my desk that really encapsulates everything we stand for here at Vogue. This month, that honour goes to a young model with enormous charisma called Selena Forrest. I’ve known Selena since she exploded onto the fashion scene three years ago, with her distinctive walk and unusual charm. Earlier this year, I included her in a group of nine new models reshaping the fashion industry for the cover of our May issue. But as the turbulent times we live in continue to prove, a beautiful face and striking sense of cool are only the beginning of the story. When I asked if Selena would write about her sexuality – like many of her generation, she isn’t keen on precise labels, but is an…

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meet & greet

For our cover story, Mikael Jansson captured all six Beckhams in their first magazine shoot as a family (page 212). On this month’s back page, the eternally cool Chloë Sevigny shares practical wisdom, from what to wear on a first date to her go-to cure for the flu. Bumble founder and CEO Whitney Wolfe Herd reveals the cutting-edge tech she couldn’t live without, on page 168. Nick Knight photographed Kate Moss in her edit of the best looks for dancing through the night (and still looking good the next morning) for From Dusk Till Dawn, on page 256. Model Selena Forrest writes about her sexuality, family and fashion career in Owning It, on page 151. Turn to Absolutely Flawless (page 197), for Charlotte Tilbury’s guide to achieving immaculate skin now, from a matt Hollywood look…

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layer cake

“A corset belt or bustier has the power to turn androgyny a fraction feminine; it gets our vote”Sarah Harris, deputy editor Style note Everyday shirting gets an instant reboot when corset layering comes into play. HAIR: DAVID HARBOROW. MAKE-UP: LAURA DOMINIQUE. NAILS: PEBBLES AIKENS. SET DESIGN: GILLIAN O’BRIEN. MODELS: NORA ATTAL, XIE CHAOYU, SARAH DAHL, OUMIE JAMMEH. WITH THANKS TO BIG SKY STUDIOS. THOMAS LOHR; JASON LLOYD-EVANS; MITCHELL SAMS; INDIGITAL; PIXELATE.BIZ…

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mercury rising

If there was one message that defined this season’s runways, it was the idea of dressing in clothes that protect us (no real surprise, considering the state of the world at large). Everything from Hazmat suits to galoshes have now been declared fully fashionable. And, while there’s nothing new about a silver lamé dress, this season’s take on metallics has a determinedly industrial sheen. Off-White sequined skirts come stamped with warning insignia; Margiela’s trainers are given a hi-vis reflective sheen; Calvin Klein’s outerwear appears distinctly utilitarian. This vision of shimmer is less about eveningwear elegance and more to do with everyday defence – think of insulation foil rather than precious metals and you’re well on your way. OS “A smaller dose of stardust is still big on impact – presenting the…

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the new tough

“Forget everything you’ve learned about ‘tough’ fabrics. This is the season of plastic lace”Naomi Smart, shopping editor THOMAS LOHR; JASON LLOYD-EVANS; MITCHELL SAMS; PIXELATE.BIZ…

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sonoya mizuno

Anyone considering a career change would do well to look to Sonoya Mizuno for encouragement. Until the age of 25, she was a ballet dancer, performing with some of the most respected companies in the world, including The Royal Ballet. Now, the Tokyo-born, Britain-raised, New York-dwelling Mizuno is carving a name in Hollywood, having appeared in Ex Machina, Annihilation and as Emma Stone’s roommate in La La Land. “Dance is so closed,” says Mizuno of her decision to hang up her ballet slippers. “I was interested in fashion and films, and the dance world started to feel smaller and smaller.” This autumn, the 30-year-old reunites with Stone in Netflix’s Maniac: a black comedy about a pharmaceutical trial, in which she plays “a complicated, chain-smoking genius”. It’s her biggest role to…

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