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InStyle June 2018

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hello!

Instagram during Fashion Week can be a lot (and I can only imagine how a lot it must be for people not working in fashion). So much preening and twirling, so many cropped tops and cat eyes. It’s like a relentless flauntfest. That’s why I was struck by the Lithuanian model Giedrė Dukauskaitė’s authentically chic Instagram feed. She’s so perfectly put together, the best-dressed model I’ve ever seen. So I asked her to style herself for a story this month (p. 128). It’s absolutely beautiful. Look out for more from Giedrė (left) in issues to follow. Speaking of the inimitably stylish, but in a hemp shorts kind of way, I was thrilled to sit down with actor Woody Harrelson (p. 140) in advance of his début in the Star Wars universe.…

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contributors

“Tropical nights in Florida: sitting by the beach, listening to the waves with a warm breeze rustling through the palm trees. Magical.” OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN ACTRESS & SINGER, Why I Love, p. 164 “Pretending the North Atlantic isn’t that cold.” TONY GOLDWYN ACTOR & DIRECTOR, “What Do Men Do Now?,” p. 126 “Tanning in the sun—and ice cream.” GIEDRĖ DUKAUSKAITĖ MODEL, “The Best-Dressed Model,” p. 128 “Losing the coat and wearing a dress.” KYRA SEDGWICK ACTRESS, PRODUCER & DIRECTOR, “Unreasonable Doubt,” p. 60 “Road trips!” ABBI JACOBSON ACTRESS, WRITER & PRODUCER, Table for Two, p. 155 “Driving. You get cooled down by the wind blowing through the car windows. It feels like an American rite of passage.” ODESSA YOUNG ACTRESS, My Style Crush, p. 56…

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the cover

The moment she arrived on the set of our shoot, a Moroccaninspired private residence in Venice, Calif., Sandra Bullock was captivated by the home’s design. Throughout the day, the self-proclaimed architecture buff admired the space’s airy layout and asked our production team about the history of the house’s unique steel front door. She also loved the bohemian dresses and flowy tops that stylist Paul Cavaco chose to complement the location’s laid-back feel. Even when she wasn’t in front of the camera, Bullock kept the mood light. Padding around barefoot, she cracked jokes about the latest microneedling beauty trends and chatted about the royal wedding. Then, with Pandora’s electro-infused Gramatik station providing the ultimate chill playlist, she put her shoes back on and headed out into the real world. COVER CREDITS Sandra Bullock,…

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the start

IN THE BAG Supermodel Carolyn Murphy is kicking off summer with her design début for Shinola: a multitasking tote that folds at the sides into a chic bucket shape. Named after Murphy’s grandmother Lois, the roomy style was inspired by the pair’s seasonal beach trips from Virginia to Nags Head, N.C. “She would pack her tote with playing cards, hard-boiled eggs, vodka, and Schweppes and then make herself a drink when we stopped at the halfway point,” Murphy says with a laugh. “Now I want something that is fashionable enough for my life in the city but transitions to a weekend bag.” MAKING WAVES Lululemon and brand ambassador Malia Manuel (pictured), the youngest female surfer the prestigious U.S. Open of Surfing at partner on performance-driven bodysuits and bikinis in seriously cool prints. BEACH READ The…

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on demand

HIT REBOOT Be a class(ic) act in time-less extras with a twist. NICE TAN ANOTHER ROUND…

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they’re back

Generation X called. They want their style back. References to the ’80s and ’90s, from high glam and big hair to shoulder pads and mom jeans, were a huge trend in the fall collections. And history is repeating itself not only on the runways but everywhere you look. Roseanne Barr and Murphy Brown are on TV again,Angels in America has returned to Broadway, and Ready Player One, Steven Spielberg’s video-game-adventure film set in 2045, featured more throwbacks than a Thursday on Instagram. This raises the question, Why? “After a long period of minimalism, people want to have a lot more fun with fashion now,” answers designer Alexandre Vauthier. “The ’80s were such extraordinary years of excess spirit, over-the-top fun, and carefree indulgence.” Perhaps creative people are romanticizing the era because it was the final…