HELLO! Fashion Monthly June 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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As we continue to adapt to the events of 2020, if the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that flexibility is key. Our cover star this month is a woman who has learned to continually shape her passion for fashion into several roles: consultant; writer; podcaster; muse. In a digital era, Camille Charrière is the ultimate multi-hyphenate success story, adapting her skills to an ever-changing audience. Find out how she reached ‘un million’ Instagram followers and how she connects the real Camille to the one we see in pictures. Plus, don’t miss our Luxe For Less special, for the most sought-after high-street gems.We see the pieces every girl wants months ahead – and now we can reveal them to you. Sharing is caring!…

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june issue

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the wish list

PEACHY KEEN The much-loved Maysale kitten heel mules get an embroidered update with tawny shades of intricate lacy sunset-coloured thread. Mules, £695, Manolo Blahnik SUMMER STRIPES The LV monogram is a classic, but with deckchair stripes and its signature hardware… we’re in. Bag, £2,890, Louis Vuitton LEMON SQUEEZE Made from slow-grown blue agave, this tipple is designed to be savoured with tonic. Tequila, £36.95, El Rayo SILKY STAPLE Style over classic blue wide-leg jeans – as seen on the catwalk – for a look you’ll wear on repeat. Blouse, £1,200, Chloé IT’S A WRAP The brand’s classic V Avenue timepiece gets a spring refresh with this teal strap. Watch, £258, Michel Herbelin CHECKING IN The Queen’s Gambit has got us loving chequerboard prints. Chess skills optional. Trousers, £192, Staud GOLDEN TOUCH This ultra-soft skincare-infused Phyto-Blush in Shimmer illuminates and freshens your complexion. Blusher, £53.50, Sisley SUITS YOU Meet the hero jacket that’ll…

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recharge, rethink, refresh

From finding the joy in smaller luxuries to embracing a new sense of resourcefulness it’s time to switch up shopping habits… 1 Be more CONSCIOUS A great starting point to lessen your wardrobe’s carbon footprint is to look closely at garment labels and shop from brands that use well-sourced fabrics and have high ethical standards. 2 Treasure an HEIRLOOM If you can’t raid your grandma’s jewellery box, fear not. Designers have been heavily influenced by vintage-inspired ‘antiques’ that hold a personal touch and last a lifetime. 3 INVEST IN CLASSICS We have seen a simplified, trendless approach to fashion this season. It’s about quality over quantity; think sharp, well-tailored suits and classic investment-worthy accessories. 4 Take IT EASY We’ve grown quite fond of our leisurewear – and we’re not ready to give it up just yet. Wear your…

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joie de vivre

Referencing her multiple careers: consultant; designer; muse; podcaster; writer and Instagram influencer with over a million followers, Camille Charrière describes herself as a multi-hyphenated person. Her infinite repertoire is something she explains is generational. “Like a lot of people of my age, I’ve adapted to the market, which probably didn’t allow us the linear career trajectories our parents had. So, instead, we’ve dabbled in lots of different areas. The benefit is that we are able to create a career for ourselves that is rich and allows us to work on various projects at the same time. I feel I can combine my writing and creative work really nicely – along with building an online platform via Instagram.” Scrolling through her carefully-curated feed (@camillecharriere), it’s hard to believe she hadn’t originally imagined a…

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wedding trends to spark joy

1 PERFECT SETTING Couples planning intimate ceremonies are elevating their dinner table styling by layering dinnerware in beautiful stacks – a trick favoured by tablescape aficionados – but trickier to do with larger weddings. “The design focus has really shifted from just having one charger plate, to creating different combinations of textures, colours and stacking dinnerware, giving an opportunity to create a really individual look,” says the creative director at Duchess & Butler. duchessandbutler.com 2 CINDERELLA MOMENT Comfort is key, explains Edgardo Osorio, who founded Aquazzura after a summer attending 11 weddings. Having noticed most women complained about their shoes, he started to create beautiful heels for special occasions and advises brides to “buy more than one shoe”. Opt for your dream heel for the ceremony and then something lower, or with a…