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Harper's Bazaar UK October 2018

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.

United Kingdom
Hearst Magazines UK
12 期号


kind hearts & coronets

In the world of celebrity, there are a myriad tantrums and tiaras, divas and diamonds, yet true grace is often sorely lacking. Thank heavens, then, for Cate Blanchett, one of the greatest actresses of the era, who remains thoroughly likeable and utterly unspoilt by her fame. She has appeared on the cover of Bazaar several times before this most recent issue, and on each occasion, she has been a joy to work with; hence our delight in welcoming her return to the magazine. And Cate, in turn, has been equally welcoming to Bazaar, inviting Lydia Slater to a picnic lunch at her home in the English countryside, where their conversation ranged from feminism to jam-making, in the most endearing of ways (page 182). Meanwhile, our fashion teams have also ranged far…


CATE BLANCHETT Our cover star (right) welcomes Lydia Slater for a picnic in her Sussex garden on page 182. This autumn, the two-time Academy Award winner plays a friendly witch in The House with a Clock in Its Walls and, in January, she will be making her National Theatre debut in Martin Crimp’s play When We Have Sufficiently Tortured Each Other. True beauty is… ‘imperfect.’ An evocative scent ‘Firewood and freshly cut grass.’ The most beautiful thing you own ‘My eldest did an amazing pen drawing of a castle and a boy knight with shaggy hair and a sword in his hand. He wrote “melancholy” underneath. It was just a doodle, but I framed it. And my youngest son made a beautiful painting of the Creation, which is on my mantelpiece.’ LARA JADE The Staffordshire-born photographer…

10 things we love

1 THE NEW CLASSICS Always an inspiration, Her Majesty’s favourite tweeds get a bold update this season thanks to our other favourite fashion queen, Miuccia Prada… 2 THE SCARF PRINT Yes, we’re looking to the Queen again, whose love of silk print scarves has turned into an A/W 18 designer obsession – blown up, re-cut and turned into gloriously unique pieces. 3 THE SHOULDER BAG The designer Paul Andrew is making the storied house of Ferragamo cool again – and putting the It bag back on the style agenda. 4 THE PENCIL SKIRT Demna Gvasalia is determined to recode Balenciaga’s heritage to fit our Cyber Age. These are tweeds, of course, but not as we know them… 5 THE POWER BOOTS Extra style points for playing matchy-matchy this season; even if not, slouchy knee-high boots should be top of…

my moodboard

From silver-screen stars to European royalty, Salvatore Ferragamo has always been known for its illustrious clientele. With his debut A/W 18 ready-to-wear collection, the creative director Paul Andrew took this remarkable heritage as his starting point. ‘The archive is a constant source of inspiration,’ he says. ‘I was especially interested in iconic images of actresses wearing Salvatore’s shoes during Hollywood’s Golden Age.’ The moodboard nods to this legacy with photographs of shoe lasts created for Audrey Hepburn, Rita Hayworth and Katharine Hepburn; while Andrew’s other main influence is British royalty. ‘I started looking at aristocratic outdoor codes of dressing and considering how to make them relevant for a generation that’s obsessed with streetwear.’ Prints taken from the vast scarf archive have been reimagined as blouses and dresses. ‘A woman comes…

retro redux

Daytime classics I’LL ACCCESORISE WITH… ‘a top-handle bag like this one from Launer, the Queen’s accessory of choice.’ THE INSPIRATION ‘Quintessential vintage glamour as captured in these 1950s images from Bazaar.’ Evening elegance TIMELESS LOOKS ‘For a modern take on Fifties style, turn to Emilia Wickstead or Michael Kors.’ STYLIST’S TIP ‘Seek out structured silhouettes, such as this Dior bar jacket.’ Goodwood Revival runs from 7 to 9 September. For more information, and to book tickets, visit www.goodwood.com/revival for details. PHOTOGRAPHS: GLEB DERUJINSKY, RICHARD DORMER, GETTY IMAGES, PIXELATE, PHOTOGRAPHS BY RICHARD AVEDON © THE RICHARD AVEDON FOUNDATION, RICHARD DORMER, KAREN RADKAI. SEE STOCKISTS FOR DETAILS. THIS PAGE: COMPILED BY ROSIE WILLIAMS. OPPOSITE: COMPILED BY HOLLY GORST…

the style guide western

NO 1 seeking fringe benefits This is no ordinary leather jacket: our biker looks way out West. NO 2 a fresh take on laid-back luxe The allure lies in the contrast, with a clever clash of textures. NO 3 it’s all in the detail Bohemia for the modernist – structural simplicity with unexpected flair. NO 4 the perfect match New neutrals: an understated shearling coat lends this denim jumpsuit an elegant edge. NO 5 the finishing touch A retro printed silk scarf adds Seventies-style glamour and transforms off-duty staples. NO 6 streamlined chic The attitude may be maximal; the look is anything but. Proof that minimalism is what you make it. NO 7 a wardrobe staple reworked The white shirt reimagined with decorative detailing. NO 8 the contemporary twist A cinched-in waist gives the playful print dress a directional slant.…