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Harper's Bazaar UK January 2019

One of the world's most influential fashion titles, Harper's Bazaar has always been famous for its ability to blend inspiring fashion with intelligent features. Harper's Bazaar is for the sophisticated, discerning woman, bringing her a perfect mix of stunning fashion stories, informed arts coverage, informative beauty pages and strong, intelligent features every month.

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flights of fancy

Emily Blunt wears Dior in this month’s cover story (page 112).Kati Nescher at Holkham HallAs a child, I was completely beguiled by PL Travers’ Mary Poppins stories; to such a degree that when I saw the Disney film, it was a slight disappointment. True, the songs were unforgettable, and Julie Andrews was beauteous, but I’d never imagined that Mary would be quite such an angelic figure, and Hollywood’s Technicolor cartoons simply weren’t as astonishing as the mysterious landscape of the original books.In Disney’s new film version, however, Emily Blunt plays the famous nanny with the same streak of thrilling unpredictability as the original character, which is why we are so delighted to be celebrating her on our cover this month (along with a charming robin redbreast and a pack of…

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EMILY BLUNTThis Christmas, our cover star (right) reinterprets PL Travers’ magical nanny for a new generation with her latest film, Mary Poppins Returns. Blunt posed with a resplendent robin redbreast and a pack of mischievous hounds, before riding a carousel horse and taking to the streets of London with her signature umbrella in hand (page 112).An unusual family festive tradition ‘My dad bizarrely likes to watch Zulu or Doctor Zhivago every Christmas.’What’s on your Christmas wish list? ‘Let’s go for world peace, shall we?’Your favourite festive food ‘I love mince pies but they don’t have them in New York so I have to make them.’Your resolution for the New Year ‘To wear high heels – sometimes.’How will you spend New Year’s Eve? ‘For the past couple of years we have…

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joy to the world

£885 Christian LouboutinNecklace, £675 Miu Miu£3,295 Jimmy Choo£199 Burberry£450 Louis Vuitton£1,200 Aspinal of London£5,655 Ralph Lauren CollectionEau de Parfum Intense, £79 for 50ml Tiffany & CoHighlight and Glow Highlighting Powder Duo, £49.50 Bobbi Brown£2,790 Fendi£595 Jimmy Choo£40 Fisura at HarrodsFrom a selection BreguetMoonlit Perle Glow Powder, £100 Chantecaille£565 Bottega VenetaMood Glow Face Illuminator Trio, £40 Laura MercierRing, from a selection David MorrisEarring (sold singly), £330 DiorBangle, from a selection David MorrisFrom a selection GraffMoon charm, £2,500 AnnoushkaGoldomania Nail Colour, £38 Christian LouboutinWhite Moss & Snowdrop Delux Candle, £126 Jo Malone LondonTree ornament, £39 HarrodsAbout £3,015 Dolce & Gabbana£530 Aquazzura£1,845 Erdem£950 Mulberry£355 Jimmy Choo at Harvey Nichols£325 Jonathan AdlerFrom a selection FregoliSwizzle sticks, £55 for six Joanna Buchanan at HarrodsTHE MAGPIEFor the woman who always dazzles at a party, look for…

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my moodboard

looks from the collectionArchitecture and interior decoration proved rich sources of inspiration for Mary Katrantzou’s A/W 18 show in the brand’s 10th-anniversary year. ‘I started by exploring Victorian interiors and the era’s fascination with ornamentation; the beauty of curtain drapes, the geometry of 19th-century tiles and the beginning of the Arts and Crafts movement,’ says the designer. The resulting collection is a rich collage of tapestry, juxtaposed with monochrome pattern and pointillist painting. On velvet dresses, William Morris’ signature romantic floral designs have been overlaid with graphic print and symbols taken from the Bauhaus. ‘I wanted to explore the disciplines of modernism, which culminated in the industrial model of living,’ Katrantzou explains. The effect of such unexpected contrast is both thought-provoking and thrilling: the Bauhaus itself would have dubbed it…

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NO 1 layers upon layers’Tis the season to pile on as much glorious colour and print as possible.tweed coat, £1,395; knit skirt, £325; suede cape top, £1,060, all Fabiana Filippi. Glitter boots, £2,160, Stuart Weitzman.NO 2 a glittering display…when your outfit says winter luxe, but your feet just want to dance the night away.wool coat, £445; tartan dress, £245, both Gerard Darel. From left: gold and diamond bracelet, £10,700; gold and diamond bracelet, £7,375, both Tiffany & Co.NO 3 bold, brave and brightThe maximalist trend for minimalists: think vivid shades, simple shapes and sculptural jewellery.wool blazer, £185, Iris & Ink at the Outnet. Leather bag, £395, Russell & Bromley. Rose gold, topaz and diamond ring, £11,700, PomellatoNO 4 the devil’s in the detailHow to accessorise with seasonal style: why don’t you match your jewels…

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bird of paradise

white gold, diamond and pearl earrings, Chanel Fine Jewellery. From left: white gold, diamond and pearl ring, £4,230, Chaumet. White gold and diamond ring, £1,710, Pomellato. White gold and diamond ring, Messika. Platinum and diamond necklace, Chopard. White gold, diamond and pearl bracelet, Moussaieff. Silk and ostrich-feather dress, Ralph & Russo.from top: white gold and diamond ring, David Morris. Platinum, diamond and tanzanite ring, £5,600, Tiffany & Co. White gold and diamond ring, £7,550, Van Cleef & Arpels. From left: white gold and diamond bracelet, Bulgari. White gold, white sapphire and diamond bracelet, William & Son. White gold and diamond bracelet, Cartier. Silk-feather-embellished top, £3,400, Louis Vuittonplatinum, pink sapphire, ruby and diamond ring, Harry Winston. Ribbon and feather bracelet, £215, Max Mara.platinum and white and yellow diamond earrings, Boodles. From…