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Harper's Bazaar UK September 2018

One of the world's most influential fashion titles, Harper's Bazaar has always been famous for its ability to blend inspiring fashion with intelligent features. Harper's Bazaar is for the sophisticated, discerning woman, bringing her a perfect mix of stunning fashion stories, informed arts coverage, informative beauty pages and strong, intelligent features every month.

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12 Issues


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welcome to the new season

HOLD ON TIGHTSoft or sturdy, plain or printed, studded or snake-skin: browse our favourite accessories from the latest catwalk showsLIGHT TOUCHHow to master the art of understated make-up, featuring defined eyes, a rosy glow and a subtle finishPOWER UPWhether you opt for well-cut trousers or floaty, feminine skirts, learn to dress for success with our workwear editONLINE NOW AT WELCOME TO THE NEW SEASON WWW.HARPERSBAZAAR.COM/UKPHOTOGRAPHS: ERIK MADIGAN HECK, © MORGAN O’DONOVAN/COURTESY OF DIOR, COURTESY OF MARC JACOBS, REGAN CAMERON ■…

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taking a stand

Anna Lund wears Oscar de la Renta in ‘For Queen & country (page 264)this month’s cover star Cameron Russell in Ralph Lauren Collection, with her baby Asa (page 222)In the mythology of magazines, the September issue has particular resonance, for it marks the start of a forward-thinking new season, in a similar way to the beginning of an academic year. Yet thanks to the determination of our cover star Cameron Russell, the world of fashion has been undergoing a more profound change, ever since she started her campaign against sexual harassment and abuse in the industry last October. The importance of her leadership – on social media and elsewhere – cannot be over-estimated; for she has used her global success as a model to provide a platform for the stories…

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CAMERON RUSSELLAs well as juggling her modelling career with life as a new mother (to her baby son Asa, who also appears in our cover shoot, right; page 222), Russell is a powerful activist, leading the campaign against sexual abuse in the fashion industry.Elegance is… ‘redwood-trees. I went hiking last month and looked up at these towering giants. I hadn’t realised what elegance was until that moment.’A fashion designer you would like to meet ‘Rei Kawakubo, because I admire her seemingly uninhibited creative spirit.’Your personal style icon ‘My grandma and my mother, who both love textiles and making their own clothing.’A poem that inspires you …poetry isn’t revolution but a way of knowing why it must come ‘DREAMWOOD’ BY ADRIENNE RICH ‘Rich is one of the people who helped me find…

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seize the day

If you’ve ever quaked at the prospect of asking for a pay rise, you’ll understand why negotiation skills are so important. Give yourself a fighting chance at this practical, hands-on workshop run by Natalie Reynolds (left), whose new Make Your Ask project aims to equip a million women around the world with the confidence to seal the deal in the world of work and beyond. The breakfast event will run from 8am to 10am on 12 September at 34 Mayfair, 34 Grosvenor Square, London W1. Tickets cost £40, including a glass of Laurent-Perrier Champagne. For more information and to book, visit www.hearstlive.co.uk.VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR EXPERT ADVICE, EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEWS AND THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO YOUR WORKING WARDROBEWWW.HARPERSBAZAAR.COM/UKPHOTOGRAPH: REGAN CAMERON, COURTESY OF NATALIE REYNOLDS ■…

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10 things we love

1 THE HERITAGE COATTrusty tweeds lose their fusty reputation this season: Anthony Vaccarello’s take on the trend at Saint Laurent is anything but reverential.Bag, £2,390 Alexander McQueen. Shirt, £335; skirt, £335; gloves, £305, all Max Mara. Earrings, £308 Oscar de la Renta2 THE CHAIN - STRAP BAGFrom Balenciaga to Valentino and everywhere in-between, this classic once again tops the It Bag index.Boots, £780 Alberta Ferretti. Bag, £795 Jimmy ChooSkirt, £1,750 Giorgio Armani. Shirt, £840 Fabiana Filippi. Bracelet, £2,550; ring, £505, both Bottega Veneta3 THE DISCO BOOTSLow-key these are not. But could there be an easier route to uber-glamour?4 THE EVENING SKIRTSleek, slim and simply the last word in after-dark elegance…Earrings, £399 Atelier Swarovski by Mary KatrantzouDress, £755 Ports 1961. Minaudière, from a selection Hermès. Ring, £285 Lanvin5 THE MATCHING EARRINGS…because…

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my moodboard

the Dior A/W 18 moodboard.looks from the collection (PHOTOGRAPHS: IMAXTREE)Once again, Maria Grazia Chiuri placed the counterculture centre-stage for Dior A/W 18. Surrounded by empowering slogans, magazine covers and placards, her models marched wearing patchwork motifs, peace signs and flower-power dresses that recalled the 1960s ‘youthquake’ – a term coined by Bazaar’s former fashion editor Diana Vreeland. This idea resonates with Chiuri, especially in the 50th-anniversary year of the Paris student protests in 1968. Her moodboard is an ode to the era and the fight for women’s liberation. As it happens, this was also the year that Marc Bohan launched the house’s first ready-to-wear line. And although the collection looked to the past for inspiration, its resonance with today’s resurgent feminism made it feel utterly contemporary. ■…