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Fairlady May 2019

FAIRLADY is a modern, glossy grown-up magazine that offers great stories and inspired solutions to the busy South African woman.

Country:
South Africa
Language:
English
Publisher:
Media 24 Ltd
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12 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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see you at the polls...

The way New Zealand’s prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, conducted herself after the shocking massacre of 50 people in two Christchurch mosques made me realise I’d almost forgotten what proper leadership looks like. She didn’t take weeks to set up a commission of inquiry or need to ‘apply her mind’ or consult with any ‘stakeholders’ – she was just very clear, very fast about her thoughts on the horrific attack and what she was going to do about it. ‘Many of those who will have been directly affected by this shooting may be migrants to New Zealand; they may even be refugees here,’ she said. ‘They have chosen to make New Zealand their home, and it is their home. They are us. The person who has perpetuated this violence against us is…

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what i’m loving this month...

CHICAGO I knew this musical was going to be good – I loved the music and the choreography in the movie – but I was absolutely blown away by it. The all-South African cast has been touring internationally (and getting rave reviews) for nearly a year, but the show feels so fresh and energetic I thought it had just opened. It’s in Gauteng this month and if you can see it, you absolutely must: it will make you really proud to be South African and remind you of the vast wealth of talent and energy there is in this country. It’s absolutely outstanding! We reprint this every time we have an election, so here it is again - a poster that was part of the Lead India campaign fronted by The 75mes…

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you said, wrote & tweeted...

✽ WINNING LETTER Moral support A question about Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) in the January 2019 issue prompted me to write in. The question was about AA not having as high a success rate as a Finnish system that does not insist upon total abstinence. Any addict should abstain from the substance they’re addicted to, and any support group is valuable – I’ve been part of an AA family support group and have found it well worth it. But at the end of the day we need to return to society and our homes, and start coping with daily life – this is where a programme like AA is so valuable. While the 12-step programme starts with the assertion that the sufferer is powerless against the addiction, it doesn’t state that people should wait until…

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this month’s fabulous prize

Formerly known as Jinger Jack, ZEMP offers a variety of genuine leather handbags, travel bags and wallets as well as watches, polarised eyewear and speciality items with optional monogramming. Creativity has always been the essence of this ever-expanding brand, from collaborations with the FEDISA design school to ZEMP’s Design Safari collection, their monogramming and engraving services and Made to Your Order programme. HAMPER INCLUDES: A Blossom Waxy Tan handbag and Sofia Waxy Tan wallet, each with monogramming ☞ WRITE TO letters@fairlady.com…

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the sweet smell of success

Winter is coming to an end as we head into the final moments of Game of Thrones, with the final episode of season 8 (and ever) airing on 19 May. The show is a cultural phenomenon: it is the most watched series in HBO history; broadcast in more than 170 countries, it has inspired countless tattoos and baby names; and within less than 24 hours of its release, the YouTube clip of the official trailer for the final season had over 19 million views. But it’s the story of Daenerys Stormborn of the House Targaryen, First of Her Name, the Unburnt, Queen of the Andals and the First Men, Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea, Breaker of Chains and Mother of Dragons that has caught the attention of the world and…

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10 questions for emilia

Q: What made you want to work with Dolce&Gabbana? A: They represent strong, empowered, happy women, and an authentic Italian feeling that I feel really proud to be part of. Q: What do you love about the new The Only One fragrance? A: It has some really beautiful notes that just linger in a room. It’s a very seductive smell and it definitely has power. It also has a richness that I love. Smell is a really powerful sense and familiar smells can hold such memory. Finding a fragrance is one of the most fun things you can do! You have your clothes and your makeup, but you need to take time to find the fragrance for you. Q: How does it feel to be back on set with Matteo Garrone and the Morelli…

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