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Marie Claire September 2017

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
urban renewal

1 min
genius!

AMRITA SAIGALMAKING PADS ECO-FRIENDLY—AND EMPOWERING HER INSPIRATION: When Amrita Saigal’s grandma was a teen in India, she had to miss school when she had her period, because of cultural stigmas and a lack of access to feminine hygiene products. Today, just 16 percent of Indian women have access to pads. “In the U.S., periods don’t stop us from reaching our full potential,” says Saigal, 29. “In developing countries, they do.” Even women who can access pads often don’t use them, because they have nowhere to discard them properly, as 70 percent of the population lacks trash disposal. HER BIG IDEA: In 2015, San Francisco–based Saigal and three cofounders launched Saathi Pads, biodegradable sanitary napkins made of banana leaves. As the world’s largest banana producer, India has an excess of leaves—the trees can…

2 min
game on

Isn’t it funny that our fall fashion issue arrives in the last sweet moments of summer? It’s a little bittersweet to sit on the beach and think about buying coats and boots, but at the same time, I get such a rush from thinking about the season’s offerings. From colorful, folkloric knits shot among ancient ruins in Peru (p. 252) to sleek, futuristic silhouettes captured on city streets (p. 264), I’ve got my own back-toschool shopping list. It’s hard to believe that this month marks my fifth anniversary as editor of Marie Claire. It’s been a wild and wonderful ride. In almost 25 years of working in magazines, I’ve seen and done a lot. But I’ve really never been affected outright by sexism in the workplace. Sure, an offhand comment here…

1 min
the face mask finder

HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOUR SKIN RIGHT NOW? Try:Sunday Riley Saturn Sulfur Acne Treatment Mask, $55 This Martiangreen treatment zaps inflammation and rosacea with sulfur and manuka honey. Layer it on thick to eradicate full-on breakouts, or use it as a spot treatment. Try:Mary Kay Clear Proof Deep- Cleansing Charcoal Mask, $24 Clay masks are here to stay, and this one adds charcoal for double the oil control. Try:Peter Thomas Roth Irish Moor Mud Purifying Black Mask, $58 Sourced from a bog on the Emerald Isle, this mineralpotent mud nourishes while drawing out toxins. Try:Laneige Water Pocket Sheet Mask in Sparkling Water, $6 Still water— you’re benched. For a megadose of hydration, spring for this sparklinginfused sheet mask woven with deep wells that hold extra moisture. Try:Skinfix Calm & Repair Sleeping Mask, $65 Apply this creamy gel before bed and…

2 min
subversion by satellite

Iran’s first all-female talk show judges its success by an unusual measure: how much the government hates it. The pioneering weekly show, Samte No (“New Direction”), launched last October and caused an instant outcry among Iran’s religious hard-liners. With a format similar to that of The View, it features three educated, stylish Iranian hosts in Western dress discussing topics ranging from President Donald Trump’s state visit to the Middle East to voting rights to fatwas against wearing nail polish or riding a bicycle. “Women expressing their opinions on TV is very threatening to our ultraconservative rulers,” says Maryam Faghihimani, one of the show’s hosts. “They label us ‘criminals who shamelessly promote women’s empowerment.’” Iran’s regime is unable to ban the show, however, because it is filmed in London by liberal Persian…

1 min
emma stone

AGE: 28. HOMETOWN: Scottsdale, Arizona. BEST DRESSED: The Academy Award–winning actress arrived in a US Blanks white T-shirt, cropped AG jeans, and brandy-colored Mansur Gavriel slides. FAIRY-TALE ENDING: “Come on, you can do it!” Stone cheered on a fashion assistant who helped her wrangle off a pair of Alexander McQueen boots. “Thank you so much for doing the reverse Cinderella for me.” BEAUTY ROUTINE: Makeup artist Rachel Goodwin buffed Stone’s skin with a light concealer (to let her freckles shine through), then applied bronzer and peachyorange lipstick. Manicurist Emi Kudo completed the natural, feminine look with snowy-pink polish. —Sara Holzman and Taylore Glynn PRODUCT SWIPES, FROM TOP: CHRISTOPHER COPPOLA/STUDIO D, JEFFREY WESTBROOK/ STUDIO D. STONE: GREG KADEL. ALL OTHER IMAGES: COURTESY OF THE DESIGNERS Visit e-shop : djula.fr - Instagram @ djulajewelry J…