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ELLE UK March 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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guest list

THE STYLIST JOANNA SCHLENZKA Growing up in Epsom, stylist Joanna couldn’t decide whether she wanted to go into fashion or law, but ended up at Edinburgh University studying English literature. She then started her fashion career at Dazed & Confused and went on to become its senior fashion editor. Joanna’s clients include Uniqlo and Cartier. Growing up, she would re-enact Marilyn Monroe and Fred Astaire routines, and she credits them with helping her find her voice. See her work on Pop Culture, from page 216 THE IMAGE-MAKER MARIANA MALTONI Mariana grew up around cameras – her father was a collector and she would often borrow his. Born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, she moved to São Paulo aged 17 to start university, where her career in fashion photography began. ‘I met someone who invited…

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elle editor’s letter

There are certain artists and performers whose work touches us beyond their ability to simply entertain. For me, Michelle Williams is one of those people. It’s something about her on-screen quality – that mesmerising mix of vulnerability, rawness and strength. I can honestly say I have never seen her in anything and not loved her (and yes, that includes Dawson’s Creek). Whether it’s her stirring performance in Brokeback Mountain or her pitch-perfect portrayal of Marilyn Monroe in My Week with Marilyn, she never fails to move and inspire. “NEVER FORGET TO DREAM” — MADONNA Nicolas Ghesquière is another such talent – from his hugely influential tenure at Balenciaga to his visionary work as artistic director at Louis Vuitton, he has the ability to transcend and transform like none other. I was lucky…

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10 things to do this month

1. SEE Oscar-tipped A Private War, directed by renowned documentary film-maker Matthew Heineman, is this month’s must-see. Rosamund Pike (Gone Girl) plays the late war correspondent Marie Colvin. Spanning roughly a decade of her career, it’s a raw exploration of a formidable woman’s inner battles. Hard-hitting and extraordinary. Out 15 February 2. LISTEN From viral singles (if you haven’t already, YouTube Getting Busy!) to festival sets, the weird and wonderful Jimothy Lacoste had a huge 2018. Now he’s back touring the UK: expect kooky rap, playfulness and, of course, some incredible clothes. From 6 to 15 February 3. EXPERIENCE Love life drawing but can’t handle stranger nakedness? London creative hub Carousel has the solution: Wild Life Drawing, where you sketch exotic micro birds that have been rescued (a proportion of sales goes…

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ready for battle

“IT’S NOT JUST TOUGHNESS or JUST SOFTNESS, BUT THE TWO COMBINED” The Cambridge English Dictionary defines armour as ‘strong covering that protects something, especially the body’. While no woman would fare well going into physical battle wearing anything from the SS19 collections, references to the silhouettes of mythical goddesses and sci-fi stars were a recurring theme. Breastplates, pointed shoulders, fierce protrusions, chainmail harnesses, cocooning volume, tough boots, dominant jewellery and heavy belts suggested a wardrobe for warriors. The trend was so pervasive that fashion search engine Tagwalk added ‘armour’ as a new tag this season. ‘The tags “dominatrix” and “warrior” have been used a lot, too,’ says founder Alexandra Van Houtte. ‘But armour was a new one for us this season. It came in strong.’ At Alexander McQueen, laser-cut leather apron skirts,…

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the news

THE MOOD PAL ATE-CLEANSING PASTELS Good news for the sweet-toothed among us: the saccharine colour trends of 2018 are going nowhere, though they have softened for SS19. There are delicate dresses in sweeter hues by Rodarte and Marc Jacobs. But it’s suiting that’s really gone soft, with even the sharpest co-ords coming in limoncello yellow, pale pink and mint at Giorgio Armani and Tibi. Utility wear has lightened up, too, with uncharacteristically bright cargo pants at Alberta Ferretti. The future’s looking bright. SM THE BEST SUSTAINABLE DENIM THE MICROTREND EASY AS A, B, C There’s only one letter to be seen wearing now, with ‘C’ appearing on SS19’s (h)it bags. Celine and Chloé resurrected the single-letter emblem, and there’s always the classics: Chanel and Coach. It’s a discreet take on logomania… but not as subtle as…

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sandy liang

‘I don’t have the budget of someone like Marc Jacobs, so I’ve got to get crafty,’ laughs Sandy Liang, sitting cross-legged on the floor of cult vintage store Procell on New York’s Lower East Side. The designer is installing a pop-up of her vintage-inspired pieces: a just-thrown-together mix of Seventies prairie dresses, Nineties team-style sportswear and bleached denim. It’s the perfect spot to showcase her style: ‘cool’ is a word that crops up often when you read about Liang. And cool she is, having earned a rep as the New York designer to know. ‘I like to keep things small,’ Liang says of the business she has built since graduating from Parsons School of Design in 2O14. She also prefers to keep things personal – enlisting friends to model for her…