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InStyle June 2017

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digital directory

Watch This Now Go behind the scenes of our cover shoot with model multi-hyphenate Karlie Kloss. BEAUTY BOSS DAVID ADAMS & FRANK RIZZIERI How does Kate Bosworth get her bombshell blond hair? Meet the men behind her mane in Beauty Boss, a recurring series in which we spotlight the power players driving the industry forward. THINK PINK Now a thing: Tumblr Pink. This season, the muted pastel appears on everything from bikinis to couches to Instagram backdrops. And since the best way to try a trend is with an accessory, we've rounded up our favorite blush, rose quartz, and light salmon sunnies. I Do, I Do! Whether you're the bride or a bridesmaid, there's something for you in our monthlong wedding extravaganza. Visit InStyle.com/weddings for our list of dreamy yet affordable honeymoon spots as well as proof that…

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hello!

I like New York in June. I like InStyle in June too. From Karlie Kloss as a supermodel superhero (hoisting a car! Dining with robots!) to Seth Meyers on a date with a bunch of Mrs. Robinsons (his idea, obviously), I hope this issue makes you smile. The minute I met Game of Thrones' Sophie Turner at a Louis Vuitton dinner in Paris, she had me laughing. She is the flip side of her long-suffering character, Sansa Stark—a breath of fresh air and a natural blonde to boot. Fashion is about transformation, which is why it was such a kick to shoot hot designer Brandon Maxwell as the inimitable Robert Palmer, complete with his iconic video vixens. When I saw Brandon's New York Fashion Week show, an unabashedly glamorous parade of black…

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the cover

Kloss was every bit the superhero at the old World's Fair grounds in Queens, N.Y. Surrounded by smashed-in car parts, broken glass, and flames from a pyrotechnic prop, a couture-clad Kloss "lifted" a Ford Crown Victoria while hairstylist Harry Josh aimed a leaf blower at her waves. "Oh, I've got my dream hair!" she said, laughing. After scaling a 10-foot ladder in a gold lamé Vera Wang gown and posing with a robot whose body was made entirely out of bathroom fixtures, the model ventured over to the nearby GoodFellas Diner for a milkshake and the day's final shots. She also took a pic with the owner and his son, whose wall of fame includes snaps of Goodfellas stars Robert De Niro and Ray Liotta. It was night by the…

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the start

THE REAL DEAL For his Gazing Ball series in 2015, provocative artist Jeff Koons re-created famous works of art affixed with reflective blue orbs that let the viewer become part of the piece (Lady Gaga even commissioned him to make a sculpture of her with a blue ball, which later appeared on her Artpop album cover). Now Louis Vuitton has invited Koons to emblazon its classic bags with these reproductions (sans spheres), from da Vinci's Mona Lisa to van Gogh's Wheat Field with Cypresses, stamped in silver or gold with the original artist's name, Koons's initials, and, of course, the iconic LV. We'll leave the larger meaning up to the critics, but boy, do these look gorgeous dangling from your arm. Calf-leather and canvas bag, Louis Vuitton, $2,930; louisvuitton.com. Style Cult Los Angeles label…

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on demand

FLASH IT BACK Retro palettes and far-out prints elevate the extras…

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dua lipa

"Chloë Sevigny in the '90s is my ultimate style icon." BEAUTY BEAT To make brows look fuller, fill gaps with a waxy pencil, like MAC Brow Sculpt in Stud ($21; maccosmetics.com), then blend with its spooly brush. If you haven't listened to indie pop singer Dua Lipa (pronounced "do-wah LEEP-ah"), do so immediately. The 21-year-old Londoner with Kosovar Albanian roots has a mature-beyond-her-years voice capable of transfixing stadium-size audiences. And she's got killer style to match, with an eclectic wardrobe of cool-girl brands like Vetements alongside thrift-store finds picked up around her hip Camden neighborhood. "Chloë Sevigny in the '90s is my ultimate style icon," she says at our photo shoot, wearing a fur-lined leather jacket by English label Marques Almeida with jeans from Topshop. One trend Lipa undoubtedly borrowed from the grunge-filled…