HELLO! Fashion Monthly March 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.

United Kingdom
Hello! Limited
9 Issues

in this issue

1 min

From dancing in her living room, to becoming one of the foremost performers at the English National Ballet, Precious Adams has achieved her dream. One of the most talented (and definitely the most flexible!) stars we’ve had on our cover, hear her journey and marvel at her moves. Precious perfectly captures the vibrance and energy of spring and the new season’s fashion: bold; bright and optimistic. We’ve rounded-up the biggest trends and packaged them with all of your other favourites; nifty styling tricks, purse-friendly loungewear, hot new labels and chic interiors. Also, read our interviews with esteemed British fashion designer Erdem Moralioglu and supermodel and philanthropist Natalia Vodianova – plus, why when it comes to your makeup, you need to think pink!…

1 min
trends issue

2 min
wish list

LOVE STRUCK These earrings are a playful homage to cupid, with their red ruby hearts, threads of delicate chain and golden arrows. Earrings, POA, Aisha Baker BLUSHING NUDE Too pretty to hide, this bralet would look great peeking out of a loosely-buttoned silk shirt. Lingerie, £60, Wacoal POWER PENCIL Add some sass with this punchy column skirt – just pair with an oversized knit and clompy boots. Skirt, £300, Bernadette ROSES ARE RED A scent capturing passionate love. Allegra Fiori D’amore EDP 50ml, £123, Bulgari exclusive to Harrods SWEET TREATS Bring joy to any table with the splendour of the Ottoman empire. Dessert plates, £39 each, Les Ottomans at Maison Margaux PRECIOUS TRINKETS Keep jewellery safe in this box crafted from croc-effect leather. Jewellery box, £1,395, Smythson FLOWER CHILD Make a statement in these 70s-inspired trews. Team with platforms to nail the vintage vibe. Trousers, £710, Paco Rabanne VEGAN FRIENDLY Crafted from…

3 min
the agenda

SPRING TREND REPORT In a season like no other, there was a tangible sense of optimism. Here’s our round-up of the biggest trends to inspire… SIMPLE LIFE A return to the basics propelled pared-back palettes to the forefront of many designers’ minds. It’s about looking simple and effortless through tonality and fluidity. Of course, Hugo Boss and Nanushka had this nailed, but it was also the likes of Fendi and Chloé who stripped back to practical minimalism. Style tip Head-to-toe white is a fierce way to work this trend, just be sure to wear with nude underwear. Creamy-yellow hues help to slightly soften the look BABY DOLL There was no shortage of pink on the SS21 runways, from the unapologetically ladylike froth and frills at Rodarte, to the (albeit surprising) bubblegum-hued denim at Chanel. Consider Barbie your…

11 min
centre stage

To hear Precious Adams talk about why she fell in love with dancing, it all makes sense. “There’s so much possibility, when you see the right performance, something just clicks and you’re like, ‘Oh, my God!’, I want to be able to do whatever I want with my body’.” ‘YOU CAN BE OBSESSED WITH BEING AMAZING. YOU’RE SEARCHING FOR THAT’ She also talks about chasing a hope of having enough physical ability to express anything. “You can become obsessed with being amazing, technically and artistically. So you’re constantly searching for that.” Achieving this is something she demonstrates on set, she turned up with a yoga mat and duly warmed up for half an hour before the cover shoot commenced. Precious, who is one of English National Ballet’s foremost dancers, has been working towards…

2 min
spring-fresh labels to love

1 NOMIS Created for experimentalists, Nomis jewellery is designed to be versatile. A cuff can embellish your ear as well as your fingers. Pieces are multipurpose and compatible with modern life. Made from 18ct gold and lab-grown stones, each diamond and emerald used in the collection is hand-picked by brand creator Alyona Kiperman. Her jewellery doesn’t define sexuality, or the difference between natural and man-made stones. It’s all about expressing your style through the pieces. 2 MARIA LUCA Already spotted on Instagram cool girls, from Lucy Williams to Blanca Miro and supermodel Irina Shayk, Maria Luca first burst on to the scene this winter with her lust-worthy clompy boots. For spring we love the brand’s quirky sculptural heels and signature threads of fine gold chain on court shoes and wrap-around sandals. Founder Carlotta…