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March 2020

ELLE is the international fashion magazine for sophisticated, independent women with a strong sense of personal style. The hottest designers. The latest fashions on the street and on the runways. Plus the beauty, health and fitness finds to keep you glowing. Get ELLE digital magazine subscription today.

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United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Hearst
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12 Issues

In this issue

2 min.
forward, march

LATEST DROP Dolce & Gabbana’s NS1 It’s safe to say the retro sneaker is sticking around. The latest grail: a ’70s-inflected version from Dolce & Gabbana that pumps up the volume with a ribbed sole and totally rad color blocking. (Sneaker, Dolce & Gabbana, $775, select Dolce & Gabbana boutiques nationwide) BEAUTY OBSESSION Olivia Vinten’s Cool-Girl Hair If blow-drying your hair seems like the last way you’d like to spend an hour these days, you’re in excellent company. It model Olivia Vinten has been sporting undone, air-dried, come-as-you-are waves, which were also spotted on the runways of Gucci, Chanel, and Celine. The Danish and Guyanese 20-year-old walked for Marc Jacobs, Ralph Lauren, and Off-White; modeled for Oscar de la Renta and Khaite; and often tops her blond mane with bucket hats and beanies on her…

1 min.
bright side

PETSCH: ARAYA DIAZ/WIREIMAGE; HELMUT LANG MODEL: MATTEO SCARPELLINI/IMAXTREE; HADID: ARMANDO GRILLO/IMAXTREE; ABOAH: DAVID M. BENETT/GETTY IMAGES; REMAINING IMAGES: COURTESY OF THE BRANDS.…

4 min.
elle

NINA GARCIA Editor-in-Chief STEPHEN GAN Creative Director MARTIN HOOPS Executive Design Director AMY SYNNOTT Executive Editor ERIN HOBDAY Executive Managing Editor ALIX CAMPBELL Chief Visual Content Director, Hearst Magazines JENNIFER WEISEL Entertainment Director ALEXIS WOLFE Accessories Director KATIE BECKER Beauty and Health Director MELISSA GIANNINI Features Director VÉRONIQUE HYLAND Fashion Features Director LAURA SAMPEDRO Deputy Managing Editor CARY GEORGES Visual Director FASHION Senior Market Editor SARAH ZENDEJAS Credits Editor CAITLIN MULLEN Market Editors STEPHANIE SANCHEZ, JADE VALLARIO Assistants ROSIE JARMAN, KEVIN LEBLANC FEATURES Senior Fashion Features Editor NAOMI ROUGEAU Strategic Projects and Technology Editor JENNA BLAHA Staff Writer MOLLY LANGMUIR Culture Editor BRIANNA KOVAN BEAUTY Associate Beauty Editor MARGAUX ANBOUBA ART AND DESIGN Deputy Art Director KATELYN BAKER Designer JULIANNA DANIELSON International Coordinator MONIQUE BONIOL HEARST VISUAL GROUP Senior Visual Editor LAUREN BROWN Senior Visual Researcher MEGAN A. VICTORIA Associate Producer SAMEET SHARMA Visual Editor CORI JAYNE HOWARTH Visual Assistant EMILIE BENYOWITZ COPY AND RESEARCH Copy Chief TERRI SCHLENGER Research…

2 min.
more joy

In times of great uncertainty, fashion offers the ultimate escape into a world of fantasy. Nowhere was this more evident than on the spring 2020 runways. From Marc Jacobs’s dramatic floral swirls to Versace’s daring exotic prints, the season’s best looks had an exuberant spirit that felt both bold and optimistic. So this month, with our annual spring fashion issue, our gift to you is a tightly curated tour through the buzziest looks we saw—and gasped over—from New York to Milan. On page 210, supermodel Doutzen Kroes makes a case for a kind of psychedelic hyperfemininity featuring poufy sleeves, oversize ruffles, and ornamental bows (“Design for Living”). In “Portrait of a Lady” (page 232), ’90s icon Carolyn Murphy explores the subtle seduction of spring’s vintage-inspired pieces. And for all the…

1 min.
new arrivals

THE BAG A tasteful top-handle achieves It Bag status when rendered in bold striped pony hair. Handbag, Tod’s, $3,345, tods.com. THE EARRINGS With a panther for a mascot, Cartier has always embraced the exotic. Case in point: these onyx, diamond, and emerald “zebra” hoops. Earrings, Cartier, 1-800-CARTIER. THE PUMP Nicolas Ghesquière elevates the humble loafer to new heights with a bold, scuba-inspired palette. Its towering, petal-shaped heel is a clever nod to an iconic house motif. Pump, Louis Vuitton, louisvuitton.com.…

2 min.
the exhibitionists

Dancing Queen Nightlife may be an ephemeral world, but Studio 54 never gets old. We remain entranced by the iconic shots of a carefree, lamé-clad Pat Cleveland (left), or Bianca Jagger making her indelible entrance on horseback. Beginning March 13 at the Brooklyn Museum, Studio 54: Night Magic takes a deep dive into the social politics, and of course the glamour, of New York City’s most famous nightclub. If you’re inspired to plan your own night out on the town, Bushwick-based designer Kelsey Randall’s latest collection features all the dance floor–worthy rhinestones, chain mail, and fringe you could want. They’ve earned her such A-list music fans as Beyoncé, Kacey Musgraves, Lorde, and Lizzo. Word on the Street Long before Demna Gvasalia was turning out $800 hoodies at Balenciaga, designer Willi Smith was breaking…