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InStyle January 2019

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hello!

Welcome to the January 2019 issue of InStyle. Just like that, we’re into another year. My resolution is that now, even more than ever, InStyle will celebrate people who know themselves—and know exactly where they’re going. (Also, this is much easier than going to the gym.) Just looking at the brilliant women on this page makes me smile. First, our cover star, Taraji P. Henson. As the story goes, she moved to Los Angeles as a 26-year-old single mother with $700 in her pocket. But she had tenacity, and talent to spare. Now 48, Taraji has been killing it as Cookie on Empire for five seasons and will be headlining her own comedy, What Men Want, out in February. Not only does Taraji know what she wants, I’d love to have…

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contributors

“The first week of 2018, inspired by a poster at my gym, I said I was going to get into beast mode. I’m still unclear if I ever have or will.”APARNA NANCHERLA COMEDIAN “How to Freak Out in Style,” p. 56“I fail to make any resolutions in the first place—pretty much every year.”CHRISTOPHER BAGLEY WRITER, “The Healer,” p. 88“I wanted to start every morning with a 20-minute meditation, but the truth is I’m usually checking my phone first thing.”ZAINAB SALBI ACTIVIST & AUTHOR “Let the Light In,” p. 58“I’m normally really good with my New Year’s resolution. What I don’t do is start dieting or exercising because that sets me up for failure.”VERNON FRANÇOIS HAIRSTYLIST, The Influencer, p. 44“I haven’t yet learned to speak French.”JEFF GOLDBLUM ACTOR, “Jazzy Jeff,” p.…

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the cover

Taraji P. Henson grew up watching The Mary Tyler Moore Show, so when we asked her to channel the OG career girl for our shoot, she (literally) jumped at the chance. Hitting the streets of downtown Brooklyn in a red Dolce & Gabbana peacoat, she re-created the iconic actress’s spirited beret toss. “I lived out my dream!” she squealed. Henson’s power moves continued at an office space straight out of the ’70s, where she posed in looks from Bottega Veneta, Fendi, and Michael Kors Collection while listening to au courant tunes by Beyoncé and Cardi B. Wearing her final Valentino ensemble, the What Men Want star was ready to kick back and call the shots. With her feet propped up on a desk, she spelled out what women want in…

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FASHION NIRVANA It’s been 26 years since Marc Jacobs sent a zeitgeisty range of ’90s grunge looks down the Perry Ellis runway, lost his job, and launched his solo career. Now, for the resort 2019 season, the designer reissues the iconic collection under his own label, complete with updated handbags and a Doc Martens collaboration—and no, you don’t need teen angst to enjoy it. TEAM TARTAN Burberry’s new chief creative officer, Riccardo Tisci, enlists fashion iconoclast Vivienne Westwood and her husband, creative director Andreas Kronthaler, to collaborate on a limited-edition line of punky It Brit pieces. GAGA, OH LÀ LÀ Mother Monster is heading to Las Vegas! Fresh off the success of A Star Is Born, Lady Gaga kicks off her residency at the Park Theater at Park MGM on December 28, promising fans two…

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PLEASE HOLD This season’s best arm candy is a mixed bag CARTE BLANCHE PERFECT TANS…

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spring flings

Island Time Escape to a vacation state of mind with tropical-print pieces and breezy straw bags. HOOPS, THEY DID IT AGAIN! The latest update: sculpted shapes and exaggerated proportions. Short Orders Hey, baby doll! The leggy silhouette is making a comeback, with options that range from ’60s mod to coquettishly sweet. ELEGANT ANKLETS Hammered metal and delicate charms take this summer-camp staple outside the arts-and-crafts cabin. PICTURE PERFECT Feel like a masterpiece in a museum’s worth of painterly prints. NOT-SO-BASIC UTILITIES Designers recruit surplus-inspired details to give clean, simple shapes some edge. COLOR STORY Meet the hues you’re about to see everywhere. READY FOR THIS JELLY Clear plastic sandals feel surprisingly chic thanks to evening embellishments and pastel tones. Bleach, Please Old-school acid-wash denim goes from ’80s throwback to of-the-moment. Puff Pieces On entrance-making designs, princess-pretty details gain high-fashion cred. TOTALLY HOOKED Show your knit wits with slinky crocheted dresses in…

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