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Grazia Issue 766

Grazia combines 'A-list' celebrity exclusives with thought-provoking, real-life features and agenda-setting fashion. Each week we bring you: - 'A-lister' celebrity news and gossip - The very latest in fashion news and trends - What's hot NOW - Amazing real-life stories - Reports from all the key fashion shows around the world. Love fashion and celebrities? Then you'll love Grazia!

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Styling Katie Mossmanat The Wall Group ModelAlanna Arrington at NextModel ManagementHair David von Cannonat SWA Agency Make-upChristine Cherbonnierat The Wall Group usingCHANEL Beauty NailsMartha Fekete usingCHANEL Les VernisBookings and productionJessica HarrisonFashion assistantMegan McDearman…

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self help digested

Sleep Recovery Ey LLVD SDQfiOLSSR (£12.99, Green Tree) From stress and anxiety to ‘mumsomnia’ and jet lag, more than half of us will suffer from a sleep problem during our lifetime. Determining what your sleep personality is – little, light or deep – and putting in place sustainable strategies, such as yoga, will boost your energy during the day and help you access a good night’s rest. A vital part of restoring your sleep is working with your creaturely nature. Focus on actions you can take to repair your sleep. Change your sleep and you can change your life for the better. Need some expert advice on money, work or anything else? Let us know what you’d like to see on this page at feedback@graziamagazine.co.uk…

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the politics of power dressing

The Original Power Dresser Think politics and power-dressing and the image of Margaret Thatcher immediately springs to mind. ‘The essence of a well-dressed woman shouldn’t be exaggerated,’ once said the woman who swiftly swapped demure dresses for skirt suits upon being elected PM. In a bid to keep Middle England on-board, she softened her uniform with pearls, an ever-present handbag – and a penchant for pussy-bow blouses. The Fashion Plate PM Theresa May’s signature leopard-print shoes first made their appearance at the Tory party conference in 2002… and exited when she left Downing Street in 2019. In-between, Mrs May has impressed with some brave choices – thigh-high latex boots, anyone? – as well as a passion for fashion, declaring that her Desert Island Discs luxury would be a lifetime subscription to Vogue. ‘You…

1 min
big apple beauty

High-gloss hair No bun or pony was complete without a precision parting and gloss. ‘Supersonic ballerina buns’ ruled the runway at Brandon Maxwell, and silken hair was styled over the ears at Carolina Herrera. Golden eye There was a healthy dose of 24ct magic, with Adeam showcasing gold-laden lids. Over at Gabriela Hearst, gold cream shadow was teamed with a dusting of glitter to head-turning effect. Bubblegum baby Pink hair is trending, with bubblegum lengths making catwalk cameos at Monse, Kin Shui and Jonathan Cohen. Do you dare? Red alert Forget contrasting liner and fade effects. Block-colour lips at Oscar de la Renta proved nothing beats one strong statement shade of red. Battle of the bands Behold the latest ’90s revival: sport-luxe headbands. Adeam’s collection went all-out with branded versions and a wide stretch iteration, while Chromat kept things…

7 min
dress through the heartache why clothes matter

AS A PISCES, IT is celestially destined that I am a crier. However, even for an emotional livewire like myself, rarely have I cried during a fashion show. But last September, at the Marc Jacobs S/S ’20 show – the final of New York Fashion Week – I began crying, and continued to do so all the way back downtown to my hotel in SoHo. It wasn’t just that it was beautiful and that I was exhausted – although both were true – it was that the collection seemed to mirror and magnify my own relationship with clothes at that moment and magic it into technicolour reality. A dazzling, delicious buffet of looks picked from Marc’s mental mood board – Lee Radziwill, Doris Day and Anita Pallenberg were all referenced – the…

6 min
molly moorish gallagher: ‘dad gives me boy advice’

EVEN IF YOU don’t recognise her face just yet, you’ll know the name – Molly Moorish Gallagher, 21, eldest daughter of former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher. Her mum is singer, actor and eternal cool girl Lisa Moorish, she calls Pete Doherty her stepdad (he is her half-brother’s dad), Noel Gallagher is her uncle and she grew up running around Glastonbury Festival. But rather than follow in the family business, Molly is in her second year at Goldsmiths University, studying politics and sociology. She’s also an ambassador for homelessness charity Centrepoint and recently fronted an All Saints campaign. For her first solo interview, she arrives at Beckenham Place Park in south London bang on time, dressed in cosy sportswear. Perfectly polite and sure of herself but just a little bit shy, she’s…