Harper's Bazaar

Harper's Bazaar April 2017

Every issue of Harper's Bazaar speaks to the varied interests of the discerning contemporary woman who seeks the best for her home, career and lifestyle.

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2 min.
anti-age overnight

PLENTY OF ATTENTION is focused on protecting skin from the daytime aggressors that can cause premature aging— primarily UV exposure and pollution. But it’s crucial for your evening skin-care regimen to work just as hard as your daytime one. That doesn’t mean the routine needs to be more complicated, however. With the right combination of products, you can fight wrinkles, even tone, and firm your face. In fact, that’s the ideal time, says Dr. Nadine Pernodet, Estée Lauder’s vice president of global research and development, skin biology and bioactives. “The functions that happen in your skin during the day versus the night are extremely different,” Pernodet explains. “Nighttime is when skin naturally repairs itself.” Here, two simple steps you can follow to get younger-looking skin. STEP ONE:START WITH SERUM A SERUM may…

1 min.
welcome to the issue

SPRING HAS SPRUNG, and we’re excited to shower you with the dazzling new fashion of the moment. Lottie Moss, Kate’s younger sister, makes a splash in the season’s vibrant hues (page 210), and photographer Mark Seliger gives the runways’ moody, high-drama looks the cinematic treatment, channeling director Denis Villeneuve’s upcoming Blade Runner 2049, a sequel to the 1982 Ridley Scott classic (page 202). Elsewhere, the annual sandsculpting competition on the beaches of Sarasota, Florida, is the perfect backdrop for playful resortwear that exudes an effortless cool (page 234). Speaking of cool, the Japanese artist Azuma Makoto freezes the latest It accessories in chillingly beautiful ice sculptures (page 224), and novelist Andrew O’Hagan time-travels into the futuristic world of Louis Vuitton designer Nicolas Ghesquière’s creative oeuvre (page 216). Enjoy the issue. COURTESY…

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harpar’s bazaar.com

SPRING’S NEW LOOK Shop our definitive guide to the season’s chicest staples THE EXTRAS The hobo back is back— and sleeker than ever. DON’T MISS… Runway Report: Fall 2017 ? FOLLOW US ON SNAPCHAT JENNIFER LIVINGSTON. FASHION EDITOR: JOANNA HILLMAN. HAIR: JORDAN M FOR BUMBLE AND BUMBLE. RUNWAY: DAN & CORINA LECCA. BAG: COURTESY…

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the hero

FROM THE EDITORS OF HARPER'S BAZAAR Every week on ShopBAZAAR.com, we feature one Hero—an item that deserves your keenest attention—carefully chosen by a Harper’s Bazaar editor. But this Hero easily joins the Superhero ranks. Enhanced with functional details, a sleek form, long-lasting European leather, and the option to personalize, TUMI’s Olive backpack proves that a bag is never just a bag. “I’m always on the lookout for a stylish bag that’ll hold everything for life on-the-go (especially my laptop). This handcrafted TUMI backpack, with its divinely soft leather and signature polished hardware, is more than just an accessory— it’s my new take-it-everywhere companion.” KEVIN SWEENEY/STUDIO D. STYLING: JUDITH TREZZA. HEAD SHOT: COURTESY OF THE EDITOR.…

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editor’s letter

BAZAAR HAS ALWAYS been committed to encouraging each woman’s unique style, and we’ve devoted this issue to saluting the most fabulous women at every age who are leaving their mark on the fashion and culture of today. Lauren Hutton, a fashion icon since the 1960s who has defied industry norms by continuing to model into her 70s—she is even the newest face of Bottega Veneta—walks us through a day in her busy, bicoastal life in “My List.” Veteran author and journalist Gail Sheehy expounds on the evolution of her personal style, as well as her self-confidence, over the decades. Tama Janowitz talks to Debbie Harry on the eve of her latest album release with Blondie, more than 40 years after the band’s first record. And our cover star, Paris Jackson—…

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the new romantics

THE BEST OF WHAT’S IN STORE ON SHOPBAZAAR.COM MAGDA BUTRYM The haunting, punk essence captured in black-and-white by the late American photographer Francesca Woodman served as inspiration for Magda Butrym’s spring/summer 2017 collection. Floral prints and delicate fabrics are punctuated with rugged leather elements, while proportions are oversize and asymmetric for a fluid reinterpretation of masculine and feminine fashion. LELE SADOUGHI Dallas-born, Italian- and English-educated, and Currently residing in new york city,lele sadoughi brings her well-traveled sensibility and artist’s eye to her evocatively titled spring collection, Tahitian Nights. Accessories incorporating ribbons, shells, stones, and hand-painted flowers in island hues will lend more than a touch of magic to any ensemble. GENNY Under the guidance of Creative Director Sara Cavazza Facchini, Genny’s spring/summer 2017 collection is a salute to the romantic, complex nature of contemporary women. Silk…