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Marie Claire September 2019

Marie Claire is today's magazine for the fashion minded woman. It reflects all areas of the reader's life, providing the time-pressed woman with a mix of information. Marie Claire remains unsurpassed as the best source for beauty advice.

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Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Hearst
Frequency:
One-off
£4.34

in this issue

1 min
the pick-me-up printed turtlenecks

FOR STORES, SEE SHOPPING DIRECTORY. IMAGE BACKGROUNDS: H. ARMSTRONG ROBERTS/CLASSICSTOCK/GETTY IMAGES…

1 min
worth it: knit dresses

THE EXPERT: Elizabeth von der Goltz, global buying director at Net-a-Porter MARIE CLAIRE: What is the origin of knit used in fashion? ELIZABETH VON DER GOLTZ: Knitting was one of the earliest ways to make clothes. The earliest known knitted items date back to the 11th century in regions of Egypt. MC: Have you seen an uptick in the purchases of knit dresses? EV: We’re experiencing a resurgence. Nanushka’s Cruise 2019 knitted knot dress sold out within three weeks. MC: What makes this an enduring style? EV: Knit dresses are easy to wear and comfortable. It is the best way to look chic and pulled together in an effortless way. MC: How do you style one for the fall? EV: I like pairing a knit dress with a great slouch or…

1 min
true colors

POP TO IT DYE HARD SEE THE LIGHT HAIR: TAICHI SAITO FOR ORIBE HAIR CARE AT MAM-NYC MAKEUP: CAMPBELL RITCHIE FOR CHANTECAILLE AT ART DEPARTMENT MANICURE: YUKIE MIYAKAWA FOR CHANEL LE VERNIS AT WALTER SCHUPFER MANAGEMENT MODELS: ALICIA HERBETH AT SUPREME MODEL MANAGEMENT AND LOUISE LEFEBURE AT THE IDENTITY MODELS CASTING: NOIR CASTING PRODUCTION: FILL IN THE BLANK PRODUCTION…

1 min
la vie en route

WALK ON BY ONE STEP AHEAD NINE TO THRIVE ON THE GO DAYLIGHT IN PARIS HAIR: BRUNO SILVANI AT ARTISTS UNIT MAKEUP: LLOYD SIMMONDS FOR AGENCE CAROLE MANICURE: LAURA FORGET AT ARTLIST MODELS: NINOUK AKKERMAN AT FORD MODELS PARIS AND IMAN KAUMANN AT SUPREME MANAGEMENT PARIS CASTING: RAMA CASTING PRODUCTION: CHARLOTTE MOULIN AT TALENT AND PARTNER…

3 min
q & a brew boss

Starbucks’s chief operating officer started her career as a scientist before rising through the leadership ranks of Kimberly-Clark and Walmart to become president and CEO of Sam’s Club. Based in Seattle, Brewer now oversees operations for Starbucks in the Americas. In February, she also joined the board of directors at Amazon, where she is an advocate for diversity and inclusion. Here, Brewer shares what she’s learned while on her path from the laboratory to the boardroom. Marie Claire: You started out as a chemist at Kimberly-Clark. What was that like, and how did you begin taking a leadership role? Roz Brewer: I was working in the lab for four years. I’m a double minority, and I’m not sure the hiring managers had confidence in my abilities early on. I typically was given…

3 min
who we love land of plenty

On a steamy summer morning in northern Thailand, a group of female farmers takes a tea break. Huddled inside a wooden hut, the women talk about their kids and the latest Korean soap operas while warm rain falls outside. They have been up since 4 a.m., tending to the crops that feed their families before traveling to this hillside just outside Chiang Rai to harvest tea leaves for export. Decades ago, these highlands weren’t so placid. Much of the region was influenced by the drug trade, and the impoverished local people were forced to grow opium poppies to make enough money to survive. The land itself was suffering too: Farmers resorted to slash-and-burn methods to clear forests and make room for more poppies but ended up destroying natural resources and biodiversity…