HELLO! Fashion Monthly February 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.

Country:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Hello! Limited
Frequency:
Monthly
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9 Issues

in this issue

1 min
hfm welcome

After a turbulent 2020, we’re welcoming the new year with positivity. Looking forward with optimism and grasping the opportunities and challenges it brings. Our cover star is a woman who seizes the moment with passion and drive. Winning the Swedish version of Britain’s Got Talent at the age of ten, Zara Larsson has gone on to be one of the most exciting faces of pop. She’s a strong female voice and inspiration to her millions of fans – and she can rock a puffball dress like a pro.We introduce more new Scene Stealers for 2021, meet the fashion designer giving back to her community, look at the latest feelgood beauty and health buzzes, plus sample the best UK spas for a much-needed dose of TLC.…

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1 min
happy issue

Jodie Made styling adjustmentso a rowing boat and managed tostay dry during our fashion shoot Alice Discovered the secret to Brit model Fran Summers’ fresh glow, it’s from Burberry Beauty. Laura Married her childhood sweetheart, Oli, in Tuscany in a custom Emma Beaumont dress. Fran Took a trip around the Italian Riviera, visiting Capri while wearing this lemon-print co-ord. Rachel Maxed out her maxi dresses into autumn – this red floral number is Spring Time In Brooklyn. Clare Felt overjoyed that she got to visit sunny Greece before lockdown #thesequel. Jill Couldn’t resist trying on the Act N°1 dress on our cover shoot – very understated! The team Channelled Bianca Jagger, one of our style game-changers, in these Giuseppe Zanotti platforms.…

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2 min
the wish list

CHECK MATE A classic shoe that will look great anywhere. From business meetings to off-duty days, we’ll be wearing these on repeat with everything in our wardrobe. Shoes, £545, Roger Vivier FLOWER POWER 15% of sales from this sparkler will help dogs in distress. Charm, £360, Loquet London x Wild At Heart Foundation ROARING TWENTIES Inspired by The Great Gatsby, this amber-scented art-deco glass diffuser is engraved by artisans. Diffuser, from £165, Baobab LEGS 11 Every stylish home will want this saucy new piece from Anissa. Candle holder, £735, Anissa Kermiche SWEET TOOTH This decadent drink has notes of hazelnut and toffee for added velvety deliciousness. Hot chocolate, £8, Fenwick LUXE LOUNGING Almost too pretty to sit on, this adds the wow factor to any room. Armchair, £2,150, Jonathan Adler GOING GRAPHIC We love the 60s shape and retro pattern – we’ll be adding over-the-knee boots to update it. Dress,…

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3 min
fashion’s new mood

1 COMFORT IS KEY With this increased time indoors, there’s certainly been a desire to stay cosy and comfortable, and while we can’t feasibly carry our actual duvet around with us, we can cocoon ourselves in a duvet coat or cover-up instead. 2 BACK TO BASICS In contrast to the highlighter-bright hues we’ve seen in previous seasons, classic neutrals are quietly taking the spotlight in SS21. This pared-back aesthetic emphasises the desire to shop versatile, timeless pieces over anything too trend-led. 3 TIME TO FLOURISH While florals aren’t ground-breaking, they felt slightly different this season. There’s something comforting about the predictable nature of this trend, during what seems like an unpredictable time. Such new blooms signify positive new beginnings, so here’s hoping… 4 ELEVATE YOUR EARS With our Zoom existence showing no signs of abating, designers continued…

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13 min
love to love

Zara Larsson breaks into song with a rendition of her 2018 hit single Ruin My Life, by way of describing her favourite genre of music, ‘crying on the dancefloor’. “I do like to write about ‘You broke my heart’, rather than ‘I’m falling in love with you’, I don’t know why that is,” she quickly ponders. “In my private life I’m very secure and strong with my opinions. But I allow myself to be vulnerable and to sing the opposite… stuff like, ‘Come and ruin my life because I can’t live without you’,” she laughs. The Swedish singer-songwriter is in London to perform at the EDA Awards, where she picked up an award for Best Nordic Artist, and the finale of Little Mix the Search, when we talk on Zoom, in between…

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2 min
new year style resolutions

1 FASHION FOOTPRINT Rent. Reduce. Repeat. The mantra behind fashion rental platform Rotaro, which aims to promote new circular shopping habits for users to refresh their wardrobes. Contemporary cool brands, from Shrimps to The Vampire’s Wife, are at your disposal from as little as £15 for a four-day loan period. Founded by industry insiders, the carefully-curated edit includes current season pieces and, with eco-friendly cleaning, packaging and delivery, it’s the future for a hit of retail therapy minus the guilt (or price tag). 2 STEP INTO VEGAN For those looking to kickstart the year with Veganuary, it doesn’t have to stop at what you eat. Using alter-nappa, Stella McCartney’s shoes and bags are made from polyester and polyurethane, while the coating is largely produced using renewable vegetable oil. The brand’s now cult Emilie…

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