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Grazia Issue 723

Grazia combines 'A-list' celebrity exclusives with thought-provoking, real-life features and agenda-setting fashion. Each week we bring you: - 'A-lister' celebrity news and gossip - The very latest in fashion news and trends - What's hot NOW - Amazing real-life stories - Reports from all the key fashion shows around the world. Love fashion and celebrities? Then you'll love Grazia!

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H BAUER PUBLISHING LIMITED
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fashion + beauty charts

1 ART OF GLASS HANDCRAFTED IN glass, these mismatched earrings are instant outfit-elevators. £225, Leigh Miller (net-a-porter.com) 2 OFF THE CUFF WITH A NOD to the utility trend – thanks to those pockets – this shirt is classic and current. £35, Per Una (marksandspencer.com) 3 TONE UP EAT VEGAN? Now you can wear it, too. These trousers are vegan leather. Blazer, £458, top, £150, trousers, £334, sandals, £282, all Nanushka (nanushka.com) 4 TOUGH LOVE THESE STUDDED gladiator sandals are the perfect mix of tough and pretty. Our summer sole mates. £100, Geox (geox.com) 5 EAU YES IF SWEET PEAR, soft rose and creamy sandalwood sounds like your thing, get spritzing Issey Miyake L’Eeau D’Issey Pure, £56 for 50ml, A-SAP. 6 DOUBLE WHAMMY SKIP THE SHAMPOO and use TRESemmé Shineplex Cleansing Conditioner, £4.99. Its clever camellia oil-rich formula cleans as it conditions. 7…

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grazia view

Reports emerged last week that the male Pill is one step closer to becoming a reality. Scientists at the University of Washington have run a successful trial of drugs that appeared to suppress the production of sperm with minimal side effects. While there are a few obvious concerns (what if men forget to take it?)… this is largely cause for celebration. We’ve had decades of shouldering the responsibility. Now, if we don’t fancy hormones pumping through our veins, potentially suppressing our sex drives and giving us mood swings, hopefully men will have the option to step up. Bring on the ultimate new age of chivalry.…

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chart of lust

1. NEW IN SISTER MICHAEL The breakout star of the second series of Derry Girls. First time a nun’s made number one, but she’s quite a nun, tbf. 2. UP STEVIE WONDER Because Knocks Me Off My Feet is, without doubt, one of the best love songs; also because he was announced last week as a Hyde Park BST festival headliner and we’d like tix. 3. UP RAHEEM STERLING Rising from the ashes of a difficult rep, expressing himself well, showing up racists last week. We like the cut of his jib. 4. NEW IN TARON EGERTON In gold lamé pants with a matching jacket and matching shoes, wishing Elton John (whom he plays in Rocket Man) a happy birthday. We too will recreate this look on our Instagram feed. See if we don’t! 5. UP MARIE KONDO Her ‘Does it spark joy? No?…

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polly vernon

A COUPLE OF weeks ago, Julia Roberts suddenly realised Pretty Woman (the film that made her a star, released in 1990; teen me went twice in one weekend) probably wouldn’t be made nowadays, what with it romanticising the existence of the sex worker and not exactly confronting head-on any of the power issues implicit in a prostitute being ‘saved’ by a millionaire. Or, as she put it: ‘things you could poke a hole in’. (Such a wasted opportunity! She should have said: ‘Big mistake! Huge!’) Roberts’ observation attracted much comment, though not as much as JK Rowling when she confirmed, a week later, that Harry Potter’s Dumbledore definitely was gay, a suggestion she first made back in 2007 in an interview, though she forgot to mention it in the books. Just…

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1 kate at the centre of turnip toffs ‘scandal’

UNTIL NOW, THE Anmer Estate in Norfolk has been the perfect sanctuary for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. They made Anmer Hall their full-time family home in 2014 (three years after receiving it as a wedding gift from the Queen) and have enjoyed an idyllic and relatively private life with children George, five, Charlotte, three, and 11-month-old Louis. Indeed, William and Kate were reported to have taken quickly to Norfolk life on the Sandringham Estate, where William spent many happy years as a child, befriending the local aristocracy, who have become known as the ‘Turnip Toffs’. While they returned to Kensington Palace in 2017 to focus on more royal engagements, William has recently said that he still thinks of Anmer Hall as home. However, now a shadow has been cast over their…

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who are the turnip toffs?

Davina and Tom Barber The Barbers, who live at Pynkney Hall near King’s Lynn, accompanied Prince William on his yachting trip around the Aegean in 1999. The couple are very well-connected: Tom is an old Etonian, while Davina’s mother was Princess Diana’s cousin and her father is a close friend of Prince Charles. Monica Vinader and Nick Zoll Monica is one of Kate’s favourite jewellery designers – she often wears her pieces on royal occasions. Her favourites include the Riva diamond drop earrings and green onyx Siren earrings. Monica runs her company from her 12th-century Norfolk estate. William and Violet Vestey Violet is Tatler’s former social editor, while William is the son and heir of Lord Vesty, and will inherit Stowell Park – a 6,000-acre pile in the Cotswold Hills in Gloucestershire. The couple are…

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