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Harper's BazaarHarper's Bazaar

Harper's Bazaar

November 2019

Every issue of Harper's Bazaar speaks to the varied interests of the discerning contemporary woman who seeks the best for her home, career and lifestyle.

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Hearst
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10 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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editor’s letter

Recently the world lost one of its most gifted photographers, my friend and longtime collaborator Peter Lindbergh. Over the years, Peter created dozens of iconic images and award-winning portfolios for Bazaar. He had an incredible warmth about him, which charmed everyone who came into his orbit. We had a long-running joke between us about my “passion for blue skies and smiles.” Peter was, of course, known for his moody black-and-white photography. But as it turned out he was able to give me—and Bazaar—the best of both worlds: images that were at once evocative and jubilant; images that made us smile and pause to wonder. My relationship with Peter was both professional and personal, as we became great friends through the years. I’ll never forget sitting around his kitchen table during the…

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welcome to the issue

FOR OUR annual Daring issue, we strive to honor the women who show us what it means to shoot for the moon. This month’s cover star, actress-producer-entrepreneur extraordinaire Reese Witherspoon, who spoke with fellow multi-hyphenate Natalie Portman about how she balances it all, is a shining example (page 136). Elsewhere in the issue, we asked Judy Chicago, Shirin Neshat, and Nina Chanel Abney to reimagine the Statue of Liberty dressed in boundary-pushing female designers (page 160). And they weren’t the only artists we dared to dream big: Ashley Longshore painted portraits of the royal supermoms, Kate and Meghan, who have taken on the brave responsibility of parenting in the public eye (page 174). Meanwhile, Poppy Jamie told us all about her project, Happy Not Perfect, which is aimed at encouraging us to…

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shopbazaar.com

THE HERO A must-have item from the editors of Harper’s BAZAAR The Kooples is rethinking classic pieces by infusing them with the French label’s edgy aesthetic and adding unexpected details to its latest collection of trend-setting essentials. Featuring a contrasting front and back panel, an easy-to-wear length, and relaxed shape, this trench coat dares the modern woman to be bolder than ever. THE KOOPLES trench coat, $488 SB= BUY ON ShopBAZAAR.com JOSHUA PESTKA/STUDIO D. STYLING: JADE FRAMPTON. MODEL: REBECCA VAN HOVE/ONE MANAGEMENT.…

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harper's bazaar

Editor in Chief DAME GLENDA BAILEY Executive Managing Editor ELLEN PAYNE Executive Editor AMY SYNNOTT Design Director ELIZABETH HUMMER Executive Fashion Director NICOLE FRITTON Fashion Director MIGUEL ENAMORADO Style Director JOANNA HILLMAN Entertainment Director ANDREA CUTTLER Accessories Director AMANDA ALAGEM Managing Editor M. RYAN PURDY Beauty Director JESSICA MATLIN Chief Visual Content Director, Hearst Magazines ALIX CAMPBELL FASHION Executive Fashion & Beauty Editor AVRIL GRAHAM Fashion & Accessories Editor JACLYN ALEXANDRA COHEN Fashion & Retail Credits Editor ALICIA BANILIVY Accessories Assistant GRAHAM KEMP BEAUTY Assistant Beauty Editor SAM NEIBART FASHION NEWS & FEATURES Deputy Fashion News Editor ALISON S. COHN COPY & RESEARCH Copy Chief VICTORIA PEDERSEN Senior Copy Editor DIANE STEGMANN Research Chief JIL DERRYBERRY ART Art Director GARY PONZO Art & Color Coordinator JUSTIN MAIN Designer ELLEN MacDERMOTT PHOTO Bookings & Visual Production Director IGNACIO MURILLO Photo Archivist & Research Editor KARIN KATO Associate Visual Editor CORI JAYNE HOWARTH ADMINISTRATION Editorial Business Director CAROL LUZ Editorial Business Manager KATHERYN REMULLA Executive Assistant to the Editor in Chief SAMANTHA SHORT HEARST VISUAL GROUP Visual Director: JAMES MORRIS; Deputy Visual Director: FIONA LENNON; Senior Visual Editor: LAUREN BROWN; Visual Assistant:…

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wait list

THE DIORODEO BAG In the market for a carryall as worldly as you are? Look no further than the Diorodeo bucket bag, a standout from Dior’s resort collection shown in Marrakech, a city that represents a veritable crossroads of the world for Dior’s creative director, Maria Grazia Chiuri. With a braided-lambskin body and bohemian woven-strap details inspired by traditional African design, it’s the perfect companion for exploring the road less traveled. Dior bag. 800-929-DIOR. KEVIN SWEENEY/STUDIO D. STYLING: JUDITH TREZZA. SEE WHERE TO BUY FOR SHOPPING DETAILS…

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watches

HIS AND HERS Find your match in oversize watches and gender-neutral gold jewelry Photographs by Allie Holloway STYLING: JILL TELESNICKI; MANICURES: SHIRLEY CHENG FOR ORLY…

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