HELLO! Fashion Monthly December 2020/January 2021

HELLO! Fashion Monthly (HFM) - a monthly Fashion and Beauty magazine from HELLO!. Every month HFM will bring you style tips, beauty news, the latest high-street buys, swoon-worthy catwalk looks, and in depth fashion and celebrity interviews. Enjoy every glossy page at your fingertips with the digital edition – exclusive extra content, picture galleries, competitions and videos.

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9 Issues

in this issue

1 min
hfm welcome

For the special Christmas issue you need a pretty special cover star. Step up Izzy Bizu.The London-born singer-songwriter has an infectious personality, the kind of girl you just want to hang out with – a lot. Brimming with energy, the chameleon-like beauty is soulful and demure one minute, then a fierce diva the next, at the change of a dress. If you couldn’t get White Tiger out of your head, wait until you hear the tracks from her second album, launching soon. And, as it’s the season to be jolly, you’ll need a tremendous outfit, so check out the biggest party trends, accessories and influencer-approved brands that will ensure you’re the belle of any (socially-distanced) ball. Merry Christmas and here’s to a happy and healthy new year!…

1 min
luxe issue

Rachel Enjoyed some winter sun at Ca’s Patró March in Deià over a chilled white. Jill Discovered the ultimate long-lasting Out Out lipstick Guerlain Rouge No 25S. Kelly Proved that an Evi Grintela shirt dress makes the most sustainable partywear option. The team Honed their prop-painting skills to bring the circus to the studio for our festive fashion extravaganza. Laura Got into the swing of things on her hen do in Mykonos wearing a Rat & Boa maxi. Izzy Bizu Dazzled in front of the camera in this Paul & Joe metallic dress on our cover shoot. The team Pulled out all of the stops to find THE most jaw-dropping heels to shimmy in, these are The Attico. Fran Followed our Luxe For Less monochrome memo – you can’t go wrong with black and white.…

2 min
the party edit

THE SHINING As you will have spotted on our cover, shimmering silver metallics are big news – not only do they make a statement, but morphing into a human disco ball is the number one cure for situational sadness. So take a leaf out of Marc Jacobs and Paco Rabanne’s look books this season, and go full head-to-toe. BOUDOIR TO BAR Usually, we associate dour times with covering up – so, let’s take all of these lingerie-inspired looks as a sign of serious optimism for the party season ahead. Dolce & Gabbana and Valentino were all about sheer black underpinning, while others went down the bra-on-top route, for a more glam-grunge nod to boudoir. ULTRA FEMININE The new ‘sexy’ is both sophisticated and modern. Hints of lace, curve-hugging dresses and midi-length skirts ooze seductive femininity…

2 min
luxe list

GREEN GODDESS From Quality Street metallics to sculptural works of arm candy, this verdant lot will set pulses racing GOLDEN GIRL Gilded threads, sparkling jewels and tasty tipples to seriously upstage the orange in your stocking MONOCHROME MAVEN Understated and timeless, these black and white beauties are for life, not just for Christmas SCARLET SIREN From the girly-girl to the power dresser, these red-hot gifts will please even the trickiest to buy for…

13 min
the rise of izzy

Sometimes I can really be too much, so it does fit me,” Isobel Bizu Beardshaw says of her middle name, which means ‘too much’ in Ethiopian, where her mother is from. “I was a really big baby, so my mum looked at me and was like…” she adds, before launching into laughter, something she does constantly throughout our interview. Better known as Izzy Bizu, the British singer-songwriter shot to fame after releasing her debut album A Moment of Madness , which clocked up over 225 million global streams and included massive hits Someone that Loves You and White Tiger. It saw her shortlisted for BBC’s Sound of 2016 and the Brits Critic Choice; and win the BBC Music Introducing Award. She has also supported Sam Smith, Alicia Keys and Coldplay on…

2 min
influencer style picks

ROTATE BIRGER CHRISTENSEN Street style mavens Jeanette Madsen and Thora Valdimars founded the label to create items they dreamed of having in their own wardrobes. The Danish influencers are known for their mini dresses and 80s-inspired pieces – from bold prints, lamé textures and power shoulders. Fashion friends of the duo, including Anna Vitiello, Emili Sindlev and Tamu McPherson (right), are often spotted wearing the brand’s bold-coloured looks – anyone looking for an alternative to the LBD, look no further. LES PETITS JOUEURS Handmade by artisans in Florence, Les Petits Joueurs shakes up the familiar aesthetics of shoes and bags by turning them into lively statement pieces. Inspired by vintage references from the 70s and 80s – seen through geometric design, colour pops and retro-glam detailing – LPJ’s accessories have been updating outfits…