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British Vogue

British Vogue January 2020

No other magazines combine beauty, style, glamour, design, fashion and contemporary culture in such an inspiring mix. VOGUE employs the most talented photographers, stylists, writers and editors to fill the pages each month with new trends, controversial images and challenging ideas

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editor’s letter

In the early autumn… of each year, I host a lunch at Vogue House to meet the finalists of our Talent Contest. Since its launch in 1951, this annual initiative has sought to discover the most promising new writing talent and, as of 2018, photographers, too. Nine entrants made the 2019 final – five writers and four image-makers – all of whom were aged 25 or under and passionately engaged with making sense of the world around them. Meeting the finalists is an experience that I always enjoy, and this time was no exception. How refreshing it was to spend a couple of hours talking with those just starting out in their chosen fields. As is often the way with creatives, and certainly young ones, I was struck by how –…

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meet & greet

Turn to page 84 to discover the winning works from 2019’s Vogue Talent Contest. Together, editor-in-chief Edward Enninful and a panel of Vogue staff looked through hundreds of entries to choose one writer and one photographer. So what did it mean to Oulayma Conteh (left), 21, to learn that her portraits had earned a top spot? “Everything and more. I get to share what the world looks like through my eyes and have fun doing what I love.” Meanwhile, Imani Thompson (far left), also 21, wrote her prize-winning essay on re-framing her relationship with nature: “I have been trying to turn my eco-anxiety into eco-curiosity,” she says. Photographer Scott Trindle captured the roster of rising stars set to define the 2020s in Bright Young Things, on page 164. What excites him…

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how to do preppy now

“Think of shirting as you would a poloneck: it’s the best way to get mileage out of your favourite summer dresses”NAOMI SMART SHOPPING EDITOR HAIR: ROKU ROPPONGI. MAKE-UP: KRISTINA RALPH ANDREWS. NAILS: JENNI DRAPER. SET DESIGN: SOPHIE DURHAM. MODELS: THIALDA BOK; SIJIA KANG; IMARI KARANJA; JILL KORTLEVE; ROCIO MARCONI. CLAY STEPHEN GARDNER; PIXELATE.BIZ…

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yesterday once more

Amazon Prime accounts at the ready – the coming months are set to be dominated by a revival of 1970s screen style, and an afternoon spent revisiting the sirens of the era is in order. Barbra Streisand in The Way We Were, Jane Fonda in Klute and Faye Dunaway in Network are all the sort of woman whose high-waisted leathers and buttoned-up blouses have enduring appeal (and, as such, each has secured her position on plenty of designers’ moodboards). With suede jackets, snakeskin-print boots and jewel tones aplenty, the decade’s suavest pieces are back with a vengeance. The way to make them modern? By elevating the aesthetic into polished elegance. There’s not a moth hole in sight. Olivia Singer “Seventies nuances are a subtler way to go: a skinny-strap shoulder bag…

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5 cues from the catwalk

1 PER-SUEDED Pre-spring’s ubiquitous silhouettes recall 1970s thrift-store finds. Look to Alberta Ferretti, Chloé and Prada for statement suede, or drench yourself in a wave of retro colour – from tan to teal. The big takeaway here? A suede jacket, skirt or trench that wouldn’t have looked out of place in Anita Pallenberg’s wardrobe. 2 THE WESTERNJACKET REBOOT An embellished western jacket – one that’s souped-up with rhinestones, flair and fancy (enough to make Lil Nas X green with envy) – will be your next trophy purchase. Cowboy style rode its way through the resort collections, from Christopher Kane to Louis Vuitton and Versace to Paco Rabanne. Partner up with dark, tailored denim. 3 LEGS FOR DAYS The 1980s legging has gone from gym-kit drawer to serious wardrobe proposition (with thanks to Chanel and Louis…

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the vogue supper club

ON A CRISP OCTOBER evening, Wild By Tart founders Lucy Carr-Ellison and Jemima Jones opened the doors of their spectacular London Belgravia restaurant, to welcome 5 Days of Vogue Supper Club guests for an unforgettable three-course dinner and conversation with three trailblazing businesswomen. Liberté was the perfect partner, and not only to the food – as a pioneering brand, founded in 1936, they know a thing or two about success, too. After a chance to meet over champagne, guests were seated together at long flower strewn tables where renowned Jikoni chef Ravinder Bhogal served up a starter of silken tofu and black vinegar dressing with caramelised foxnuts. Next, Lucy and Jemima delivered their mains: platters of sumptuous five-spiced sticky charred venison, brought alive with a spoon of thick, luscious Liberté yogurt. Reflecting…