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ELLE October 2018

ELLE is the international fashion magazine for sophisticated, independent women with a strong sense of personal style. The hottest designers. The latest fashions on the street and on the runways. Plus the beauty, health and fitness finds to keep you glowing. Get ELLE digital magazine subscription today.

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this month

1 SEE Photographer Alex Prager’s hyperreal images have a cinematic potency: In one, a woman in a blue top with a bouffant huddles waist-deep in the ocean; in another, a blonde in a miniskirt is attacked by pigeons (above). Prager only started taking photos in the early aughts, but she’s already landed a midcareer retrospective at London’s The Photographers’ Gallery (closing October 14). The new monograph Alex Prager: Silver Lake Drive, out October 9, brings a selection of 120 of her lush images to coffee tables and bookshelves. 2 LISTEN After a six-year hiatus, Chan Marshall, the singer-songwriter known as Cat Power, returns October 5 with Wanderer, an 11-track wonder of an album that is groovy, soothing, and haunting all at once. On it, she mines the profound experiences of being diagnosed with…

the perfect pair

STYLE STATS NAME Daniella Duque-Angel PERSONAL STYLE Sophisticated Chic COORDINATES Miami MUST-HAVES FOR FALL Knee-high boots and menswear-inspired jackets This faux fur from Marciano is a must-have for anyone who likes to stand out in a crowd. There are endless ways to style this classic white button down and jeans from Kut from the Kloth, both staples for my fall wardrobe. There is nothing better than a sophisticated and feminine fragrance. I love this fresh and floral scent from Jason Wu. This Stayput Eyebrow pencil is a key part of my beauty routine, keeping my brows defined yet natural. It is essential to take care of my skin so I look for brands that offer high quality natural ingredients, like True Botanicals. STYLE STATS NAME Nikia Provenzano PERSONAL STYLE Vintage Glam COORDINATES Los Angeles MUST-HAVES FOR FALL Deep…

introducing fall’s must-wear trends from the edit

MACY’S PARTNERSHIP As part of her day job, ELLE’s senior market editor Sarah Zendejas scopes out the best of what’s new each season and brings those trends to life on the pages of the magazine. This season she was inspired by The Edit, Macy’s Fashion Office’s selection of the ultimate fall must-haves. Check out what trends and pieces Sarah has her eye from Macy’s curated online cheat sheet of what everyone’s going to be wearing this fall, all instantly shoppable. SARAHʼS FAVORITES FROM MACYʼS IT LIST 1. Get caught red-handed. A crimson-colored bag is a bold update to a classic black tote. 2. Play with plaid. The classic pattern, when scaled up or down, gets a fresh spin. 3. Be one of the boys. Put a feminine twist on menswear with structured jackets and trousers. 4.…

midterms matter

I know my voice is very prominent,” Selena Gomez explains in this month’s cover story (page 205). “I’m not careless with it.” As the most followed person on Instagram, the singer can’t post anything without it reverberating across the internet. (Last July, a gallery of pictures from her twenty-sixth birthday celebration broke the platform’s speed record for likes—garnering one million in just under 13 minutes.) So when it comes to discussing politics, Gomez revealed to ELLE that she can be a little hesitant. But you don’t have to have 140 million followers to relate—all it takes is one heated exchange with a friend or family member who doesn’t share your views to wish you had a mute feature in real life. The great equalizer? Voting. “It’s crucial to our children, to our…

the talent

MARIN COGAN Provenance: Edinboro, Pennsylvania Now: Washington, DC Profession: Writer and journalist Bona fides: BA, creative nonfiction writing and political science, University of Pittsburgh; has written for the New York Times, ESPN The Magazine, and New York Magazine; is currently a senior producer for Pop-Up Magazine This month: Wrote “Saving Grace” (page TK). “Sister Norma Pimentel is revered both by the refugees coming across the border and by the Border Patrol. She’s really shrewd.” First job: Retail worker at the ’90s mall chain Weathervane Reading: The Mars Room, by Rachel Kushner. “It’s about women in the prison system, who are often erased from society by design.” Hobby: Paddleboarding Dream dinner guest: Brooklyn politician Shirley Chisholm, the first black woman elected to Congress CARINA CHOCANO Provenance: Madrid Now: Los Angeles Profession: Writer Bona fides: BA, comparative literature, Northwestern University; has written for the New York…

new arrivals

THE BAG After collaborating with the New York Yankees for fall 2018, Alessandro Michele cast his focus on the West Coast for cruise 2019—specifically, L.A.’s Chateau Marmont. The iconic sign for the legendary hotel and gathering spot for A-listers popped up on sweatshirts and Gucci’s classic Jackie bag, the ideal carryall for not-so-prim ladies who lunch. THE WATCH The daisy has been a mainstay in the Van Cleef & Arpels floral repertoire since the 1920s (Elizabeth Taylor was a fan). New to the storied bouquet: the Marguerite Secrète timepiece, featuring diamond petals, articulated just like the real thing. THE BOOT Pragmatic but playful: Pierpaolo Piccioli’s take on the cowboy boot comes cropped and covered with romantic floral appliqués to soften a tough-girl ensemble. Don Penny/Studio D (styled by Anne Wlaysewski); Chateau Marmont trademarks and copyright are…