InStyle January 2018

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InStyle is nothing without people, so when the January issue came together, I smiled when I started thinking about the ways I first met many of the great talents featured inside. I profiled Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson for Details magazine 13 long years ago. Watching how Dwayne has indefatigably worked to claim his place as a giant (no pun intended) star has been a movie in itself, so it was a kick to get back together for our interview, on page 78. As for Jenna Coleman, the star of Victoria, I was seated next to her at the British Fashion Awards last year. She was sweet, funny, looked like heaven in her Erdem dress—and that face! All we had to do was throw some jewels on her (page 94). Kate Bosworth has always…


“With people who make you genuinely smile.” DANIELLE BROOKS ACTRESS “Living It Up,” p. 36“Be more confident and stop worrying about what other people think.” SISTINE STALLONE MODEL, Style Crush, p. 30“Renta van and drive across the country.” NATAŠA VOJNOVI? MODEL, “Color Me Pretty,” p. 84“Inside a cozy house, with a fireplace roaring and snow falling outside, with a dozen or so good friends and a hearty feast.” JANE LARKWORTHY WRITER, “James Kaliardos: Art & Soul,” p. 54 ZENDAYA’S DREAM TEAM And from the crew behind our cover shoot (“Z,” p. 69)… LAW ROACH STYLIST No matter where you are or what you are doing, celebrate with someone you love.” FRANKIE BOYD MAKEUP ARTIST At the over-the-top beach party in Rio de Janeiro. The energy and heat of the city will have you out until the…

the cover

She may be flying high as a trapeze artist in her upcoming film The Greatest Showman, but Zendaya was more than ready to boogie down for our ’70s-inspired New York City shoot. While posing in the freshest looks from the spring runways—including pieces by Balmain and Dior—she sang and danced along to the entirety of Bruno Mars’s 24K Magic album. (She had just rocked out at his concert two days earlier.) “I didn’t put my disco music on today, but I felt it inside,” said Zendaya. “It just exudes from me.” Her favorite ensembles were Chloé’s matching teal top and pants imprinted with pink horses and a spangled green jumpsuit by Bottega Veneta. “She loved that jumpsuit because it’s soft, and she’s very lazy,” stylist Law Roach said with a…

pump it up

WEARABLE ART A couple of New York Fashion Week’s buzziest stars weren’t designers or models or stylists—or even alive, for that matter—but rather artists whose influence endures. At Calvin Klein, Raf Simons collaborated with the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts to silk-screen Warhol portraits of publishing legend Sandra Brant [right] and actor Dennis Hopper on dresses and denim (you can buy bandanas with the images too). Meanwhile, Coach creative director Stuart Vevers splashed Keith Haring’s playful graffiti-style drawings of dancing dogs and boom boxes across knits, outerwear, and bags using sequins and hand-placed shearling. Masterpieces, all of them. Sports Night Two former athletes you’ll be talking about this month: Molly Bloom and Tonya Harding. Jessica Chastain ably embodies Bloom, an Olympic-class skier who went on to run one of the biggest…

spring sneak peek

Pastel Army If you’ve got a sweet tooth, you’re in luck: The season’s breakout shades are nothing short of sugar-coated. PENCIL SKIRTS Counterintuitive perhaps, but a below-the-knee length of this classic cut makes it even sexier (see Bettie Page, Dita Von Teese, et al.). UPDATED TRENCHES The latest iterations don’t sacrifice playfulness for practicality. Swishy fringe, dramatic cutouts, and a denim hybrid will have you singing in the rain. NOW THAT’S A HAT! Designers prove to be the most SPFconscious among us by creating straw toppers so big, they can double as cover-ups. THE ANTI-LBD Optimism is essential in uncertain times, and nothing says let’s party like a postage-stamp-size dress in vivid prints or with princess poufs. CIRCLE SHADES Round sunglasses shed their hippie connotations for something a bit more severe and steampunk. Chic-quins Razzle-dazzle takes a minimalist(ish) turn in clean lines and…

my style crush

SISTINE STALLONE: So, Emily, I love every outfit you post on Instagram. Your street style is so cute— and you wear everything with such confidence. EMILY RATAJKOWSKI: Aw, I’m blushing [laughs]. Fashion was very intimidating to me at first, but now I’m like, “Let’s have fun with this.” I always try to balance feminine pieces with things that are interesting and masculine. SS: I love that. I’m actually really into menswear lately. ER: Same. I will forever be the most comfortable in a suit with literally nothing underneath it. Boyish, oversize pieces are sometimes the sexiest, you know? SS: Yeah. I like to do a big jean jacket with nothing underneath and some cool biker boots. ER:Oh, boots are my thing too! I have, like, 10 pairs of black ones even though it’s so warm…