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British Vogue September 2018

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

So here it is, Vogue’s big fashion special, our definitive 400-page guide to everything you’ll want to buy, wear, admire and be inspired by as a new season dawns. As you know, September issues are important in the fashion world, our largest and most lavish of the year and a real statement about what the coming months will bring. With this one being my first as editor-in-chief, I was determined it would be something special. On top of providing an indispensable guide to the clothes and trends that will define autumn 2018, I wanted these pages to act as a marker for everything that is exciting and varied about the times we live in. Essentially, we are taking you on a journey – from our offices in central London, where I…

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face to face

In There’s No Place Like Home, on page 316, model-to-watch Fran Summers took a break from the catwalks and returned to her native Yorkshire, revisiting local haunts and nipping to the fish-and-chip shop with her brother Lucas and friends. In Vogue Asks, on page 359, actress Tracee Ellis Ross shares everything from her most-used Instagram filter to the novels she always keeps on her bedside table. Nick Knight photographed the inimitable Rihanna for this month’s cover shoot (page 282). His other legendary sitters for the issue? Maximalist duo (and dear friends) Elton John and Alessandro Michele (page 312). Stylist Alastair McKimm travelled to a remote Kent quarry and a rail freight terminal in east London to capture this season’s rave-worthy fluorescent pieces against an industrial backdrop for Can’t Get No Sleep, on page…

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vogue.co.uk

“This project has been bubbling in my mind for a number of years. I wanted to talk to people about the way they look and how that has impacted their lives. How do they perceive themselves? How did they become aware of their beauty? How do they use their appearance professionally and privately? I was interested in how one’s looks affect one’s life. How one falls in love, how one is employed or how one is discriminated against. How simply being attractive in certain people’s eyes can lead to wealth and fortune, by having one’s eyes, nose, lips and cheeks in a certain position, by being of a certain height, weight and ‘race’. The idea of people talking about their appearance was, for me, fascinating. To know one’s face is like studying a painting, especially as…

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’80s hits

“Givenchy’s slouch boot, Vuitton’s polka-dot pump or Magda Butrym’s silken bow upgrade any look”Naomi Smart, shopping editor JASON LLOYD-EVANS; MITCHELL SAMS; PIXELATE.BIZ…

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the coat directory

“With an investment coat, you can decide exactly the kind of woman you want to be”Sarah Harris, deputy editor PHOTOGRAPHS BY SEAN & SENG. STYLING BY POPPY KAIN. JASON LLOYD-EVANS; MITCHELL SAMS; PIXELATE.BIZ…

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desk smart

This new version of femininity is quietly powerful: tear Melanie Griffith from your moodboard, embrace the neck-tie blouse and forgo structured blazers for relaxed tailoring. “This is a new vision of power dressing: one which champions everyday ease”Olivia Singer, executive fashion news editor PHOTOGRAPHS BY SEAN & SENG. STYLING BY POPPY KAIN. JASON LLOYD-EVANS; MITCHELL SAMS; INDIGITAL; PIXELATE.BIZ…

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