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ELLE UK October 2018

Everything you ever need in a fashion magazine – ELLE is the glossy you can shop from. It's playful, useful, modern and relevant – inspiring you to be stylish in every area of your life. From exclusive celebrity interviews and shoots to the best edit of designer and high-street fashion and beauty, ELLE will give you insider access to the fashion and beauty world.

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editor’s letter

(Photograph: Kai Z Feng) “FALL IN LOVE with your SOLITUDE ”— RUPI KAUR We live in an age when sharing every aspect of our lives, from what we are wearing to who we are dating, and just how on point our pets/babies/brunch choices are, is the new normal. And despite all the talk around digital detoxing and social media’s impact on our mental health, I still believe there are positive aspects to this new social way of ‘being’. As well as a sense of belonging and a way of discovering new things, in these turbulent political times it’s also a means of actively engaging and voicing our points of view. That said, we all need time off from this 24-hour sharing mode — to re-engage with our inner selves and…

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savour the last days of summer by dining like a greek god and dancing like there’s no tomorrow

1 EAT Dine like Dionysus, the Greek god of wine and ecstasy, at The Vaults’ immersive dining experience Divine Proportions. Hosted by female-led arts collective Shotgun Carousel, expect an epic feast, cabaret and a wild after-party. Tickets from £35; 2 EXPERIENCE Renowned for scouting rising theatre talent, head to HighTide Festival this month. Don’t miss Tallulah Brown’s Songlines – so good it’ll convert any musical cynic. Aldeburgh, 11–16 September; Walthamstow, 18–3O September; 3 SEE Watch the making of one of the UK’s biggest female rappers, M.I.A., unfold in new documentary MATANGI/MAYA/ M.I.A. With personal footage shot over 22 years (from her days as an immigrant teenager to her fierce activism), it’s an insight into what it took to become the Bad Girls hero we know…

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the october issue

KIERAN YATES@kieran_yatesWhen she was young, journalist and broadcaster Kieran’s back-to-school essentials were Toffee Crisps and a Lucozade Original, but this autumn, her focus is on catching the V&A’s Frida Kahlo exhibition before it closes, broadcasting more across the BBC and patiently waiting for Chaka Khan’s new album. Raised in Southall, Kieran got her break by blogging: ‘I started a (terribly named) blog on grime that somehow got me an internship at The Guardian and it went from there.’ Since then, career highlights include having her zine British Values featured in an exhibition, interviewing Erykah Badu and being shortlisted for a few awards: ‘I’m always a nominee, never a winner. But that’s OK, right?’ Kieran investigates the music industry in the age of #MeToo on page 148. TINA BROWN@TinaBrownLMMagazine…

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more sex, more joy

“THE EFFECT WAS MORE CHIC THAN TARTY. ELEGANT, not DESPERATE. and VERY, VERY HOT” “HOW to WEAR SEXY FASHION? DRESS AGAINST TYPE. THE COOL is IN THE CONTRAST” MODEST, ME?The Leggy Black Dress makes a comeback, on the catwalk and off DARE TO BAREAlberta Ferretti and Ashley Williams’ sheer shirts make clever layering pieces. Wear under a tuxedo jacket for evening POWER OF TWO The classic pairing of red and black remains – it’s the styling that’s changed COLD SHOULDERFor a more subtle way to show skin, look to the half sleeves at Isabel Marant and halter dresses at David Koma LIGHT AS RAINThe classic trench coat gets a slick, provocative rework in the hands of David Koma and Tibi THE MASTERSaint Laurent has always been synonymous with…

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the news

CHANEL GUCCI BOTTEGA VENETA BOTTEGA VENETA CHANEL VALENTINO VALENTINO STELLA MCCARTNEY pouch, £37 VAGABOND. IN CONTEXTWOMAN OF THE WOODSSave the drama for your wardrobe with the swish of a floor-sweeping cape, like those from Gucci, Valentino and Bottega Veneta. (The Scottish widow will be pleased to hear her look’s trending.) boots, £195, BIMBA Y LOLA £64O J.W. ANDERSON £1,16O, CHANEL £35O, HOUSE OF HOLLAND £165, CAMPER THE CLASSICSBOOT UPAssociate fashion editor Harriet Stewart rounds up the boots that will see you through seasons of storms. Bum bag, £545, MARQUES’ALMEIDA Trainers, £1O5, VEJA Bum bag, £85O, FENDI. Phone case, £95, ANYA HINDMARCH. FRIENDLY FASHIONTHE ECO PICKVeja has collaborated with illustrator Oliver Jeffers on a pair of cool kicks for the conscious shopper. Made with Fairtrade cotton and recycled…

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the first time

CATWALK KING Armani made his runway debut in 1975 FIRST LOOK Armani’s Seventies UK ad campaign MAN AT HOME Giorgio – and dogs – in 1979 “THE FIRST LOOK is ALWAYS IMPORTANT.IT SHOULD SET the TONE – AND WE DIDN’T HAVE a CATWALK THEN” I WAS NERVOUS before the first womenswear show. It was the first time I had really stood up on my own and said: ‘This is what I believe in’. At that time, nobody really knew who Giorgio Armani was, so this was my opportunity to announce myself to the world. I had shown my men’s collection three months before, in July 1975, but this was new territory. I wanted it to represent a new beginning – not just for myself, but also for the way…