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ELLE UK February 2019

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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United Kingdom
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English
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Hearst Magazines UK
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guest list

THE VISIONARY ANDREW GALLIMORE Growing up in Stoke-on-Trent with his mother, Andrew lived and breathed beauty and make-up. He found his voice by ‘drawing and painting as a kid, or drawing and painting on people’s faces at university, when I was a big kid’. He now creates looks for the likes of Beth Ditto, Björk and Gwendoline Christie. When it comes to style, he looks to DJ Princess Julia, the first lady of London’s fashion scene: ‘We know how to have a laugh and how to look after each other.’ His life lesson? ‘Mother always knows best.’ Turn to page 138 for Andrew’s take on natural beauty THE MASTER MARK MACIVER (aka SLIDERCUTS) It’s always a good hair day when Mark’s around – just look at the regulars at his barbershop in Haggerston, from BRIT Award-winner…

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editor’s letter

The first time I met Stormzy was in February 2O17, at the ELLE Style Awards. What struck me was not his surprising height (6ft 4in), nor (less surprisingly) the fact he is incredibly handsome. No – what I noticed was his obvious and very endearing nervousness on the red carpet. He was asking his long-term girlfriend Maya Jama how to pose for the paparazzi and, though his star was most definitely in the ascendant, he was unfailingly polite and humble in every interaction. Fast-forward almost two years and he has gone from rising star to global superstar, with a number-one album, several Brit and Mobo Awards, and an upcoming headline slot at Glastonbury. But along with this well-deserved success, he is also determined to use his fame for good: he has…

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1o things to do this month

1. EXPERIENCE Christian Dior revolutionised the fashion industry, and this new exhibition traces the house’s history and impact, from his New Look of 1947 to the current directorship of Maria Grazia Chiuri. Expect dresses worn by the likes of Princess Margaret and Jennifer Lawrence. Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams, opens 2 February; vam.ac.uk 2. INDULGE Jo Malone has teamed up with model Karen Elson (pictured) to bring a touch of magic to your signature scent. So move over monogramming – now you can have your birthstone on the perfume lid. Karen and Brit jeweller Duffy have reimagined each stone. jomalone.co.uk 3. FLEX Once considered way too woo-woo, gong baths and crystal bowls are now well established in the wellness world. HighTimes Yoga in London’s Neal’s Yard combines a kundalini yoga and meditation…

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the az of the season

A is for... Airport security The safety-gear trend is going nowhere in 2O19. Armani really flew with the idea, ushering show attendees through airport security for its SS19 spectacle. The venue, we should add, was an aircraft hangar in Milan, and Robbie WIlliams wrapped things up with a stellar performance. We suppose Angels would rather fly with Armani than use their own wings… B is for... Babies Spring has always been known as the season of new beginnings, something many designers took literally: we saw baby bumps at Gareth Pugh and Dolce & Gabbana, and the revival of Comme des Garçons’ SS97 ‘Lumps and Bumps’ collection. Slick Woods, our September cover star, also went into labour after closing Rihanna’s Savage x Fenty show (above). C is for... Craftwork There was a touch of the handcrafted…

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art nouveau

BLEND RIGHT IN …AS if YOU WOULD, THOUGH, WITH A BAG LIKE this AND ITS SUBTLE but NO LESS EYE-POPPING BRIGHT GRADIENT. OH, and THAT BLINDING, POLISHED ‘C’ CLASP JUST MY STRIPE READING BETWEEN these LINES, WE’D DRAW the CONCLUSION that, WITH JUST A LICK of COLOUR, SIMPLE can DEFINITELY STILL MAKE A STATEMENT CUT AND PASTE JOB DON’T be AFRAID to CLASH PRINTS AND SHAPES, like SAINT LAURENT WITH this GEOMETRIC PATCHWORK STYLE. REMEMBER, friend, ANYTHING GOES – YOU’RE an ARTISTE PAINT THE TOWN YELLOW, BLUE, PINK… ANY SHADE goes, AS PROVEN by LOUIS VUITTON’S PAINT-SPLATTERED, POLLOCK-STYLE CO-ORDS. GO ON –GET your HANDS DIRTY TO DYE FOR EVER the ONES FOR HYPERBOLE AND PUNS, of COURSE WE’D SAY THAT. FYI, THIS is PRADA – WE’D WANT to SHOW IT OFF, JUST LIKE SHE IS Photographer’s assistant: Juan Herraiz. Hair:…

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day tripper

FAIR-WEATHER SHIRTING THE PERFECT TRANSITIONAL PIECE: WORN BUTTONED UP or UNDONE, the SHIRT IS FOR all SEASONS THE DETAIL Swap classic shirts for printed styles with a tie collar THE PIECE All manner of hats are trending this season THE DETAIL Socks and sandals: practical, but make it fashion THE REFRESH Work vintage pieces into your SS19 look BRING ME THE HAWAIIAN EVEN the MOST FORMAL LOOK BECOMES a HOLIDAY ONCE PAIRED WITH a PRINTED SHIRT THE PIECE Year after year, chunky ‘dad’ sandals never date THE TIP SS19’s unexpected style star? The baseball cap ON THE TILES THERE’S NOTHING LIKE a TERRACOTTA TILE-PRINT SHIRT to TRANSFORM TAILORING THE PIECE Keep your hands free with a functional backpack THE STYLING Take tailoring out-of-office with lighter colours EASY AS TIE SPRING’s most VERSATILE PIECE? The SCARF, STYLED AS A TOP or SKIRT THE MOOD Clash textures for relaxed, ‘just-thrown-iton’ style THE TIP Update a Seventies palette with bold,…

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