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Marie Claire June 2019

Marie Claire is today's magazine for the fashion minded woman. It reflects all areas of the reader's life, providing the time-pressed woman with a mix of information. Marie Claire remains unsurpassed as the best source for beauty advice.

United States

in this issue

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dive into summer

This month, give yourself permission to have fun. Consider our June issue your dedicated reminder to tap out all those unused vacation days and your inspiration to enjoy every last drop of the season. Everyone needs to go offline every now and then—even the boss—so we asked seven female founders about their plans to relax and reset. Their wish lists include everything from indulging in TV binge sessions to jet-setting to the Amalfi coast (“Summer Memo: Relax!” p. 72). In case you’re not in the market to skip town, we outlined a stress-free summer party plan to bring the fun to you (“Drink to That,” p. 80). We traveled to Miami (where it’s always summer) to learn what makes the locals feel South Beach–level confident (“What I Love About Me,” p.…

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the change makers

Marie Claire’s April 2019 issue was devoted to our very first class of Change Makers—the actresses, screenwriters, directors and multi-hyphenates who are on a mission to change Hollywood both on- and off-screen. To commemorate their incredible progress, we partnered with TIME’S UP™ Entertainment and MCM to throw our first-ever Change Makers celebration. The evening, which took place on March 12th in Los Angeles at the exclusive Hills Penthouse, was designed to empower women everywhere. In that spirit, guests were encouraged to bring a rising star, someone who embodies the entertainment industry’s bright future. To begin the night, Marie Claire Editor-in-Chief Anne Fulenwider, TIME’S UP™ Executive Director Nithya Raman, and MCM Chief Visionary Officer Sung-Joo Kim addressed the crowd and shared their personal experiences within the industry, kicking off a truly…

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15 WARM-WEATHER JACKETS The calendar may say summer, but for those breezy days and cool nights, shop our favorite lightweight cover-ups, from a tailored trench to a sporty zip-up. marieclaire.com/warm-weather-jackets Here Comes the Sunscreen You know the what: Wearing sunblock is an absolute must. You know the why: Sun exposure increases wrinkles, fine lines, and dark spots (not to mention, skin cancer is the most prevalent cancer in the U.S.). So here’s the how: We’ve rounded up the superstar sunscreens that will safeguard skin and keep it looking radiant, thanks to brightening, wrinkle-fighting, and scar-fading powers. For even more sun-protection intel, turn to page 96. marieclaire.com/best-sunscreen INSTA-BEAT Our photo-happy editors hash(tag) it out STAY IN TOUCH SHARE YOUR LATEST STREET STYLE, BEAUTY PICKS, AND MORE! Deepen Your Sleep Feeling well rested requires more than just an early bedtime. We…

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what we love about june

1. FIRST DAY OF SUMMER It's the most wonderful time of the year. June 21 marks the oflkial beginning of summer. We predict music festivals, rooftop parties, and bare feet in your immediate future. 2. MAIN-STAGE SOLANGE Off the release of her brilliant new album, When I Get Horne, Solange takes on the family tradition of totally dominating a festival set. She plays Bonnaroo Friday, June 14-the second night of the marathon four-day festival in Manchester, Tennessee. 3. MAN OF MYSTERY Calling all Hitchcock megafans: The art-book publisher Taschen is bringing the storied director's complete works to beautiful, cloth-bound life in Alfred Hitchcock: The Complete Films (May 23). There are detailed entries for every movie in his entire legendary filmography. 4. SECRET ART HISTORY Jean-Michel Basquiat's Defacement (The Death ofMichael Stewart) was originally painted on the wall…

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what you said

She’s the First I have been an avid reader of Marie Claire for years. March’s issue was especially beautiful. I congratulate all of the women who made their debut as firsts in public office, which included the first two Native American women elected to office. I am Alaskan Native–Aleut/Inupiaq and have sat on the board of the Aleut Corporation as president for a year. I could go on about the many firsts I have encountered in my 60 years of being an educated Alaskan Native. Thank you again for this issue and keep it coming! —Martha Malavansky Mother. Doctor. Wife. Addict. Thank you for running this story. The only way we will begin to address this epidemic is if we get ahead of it, and the only way we can do that is…

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tech vs. the bad guys

“HOW DO WE MAINTAIN RESILIENCE IN THE FACE OF SOME OF THE DARKEST STUFF ON EARTH? ALWAYS REMEMBER OUR VALUES AND WHY WE’RE DOING IT.” “What if we could eliminate child sexual abuse from the Internet?” That’s not an if question for technology nonprofit Thorn, it’s a when, especially now that it shares in over $280 million of funding as one of eight recipients of TED’s Audacious Project in April. “We put forth an audacious goal,” says Julie Cordua, CEO of Thorn. “It’s going to be very difficult but not impossible.” In 2018, approximately 45 million photos and videos of suspected child sexual abuse were reported, and according to UNICEF, an estimated one million children are trafficked worldwide for commercial sexual exploitation every year. The realization that child trafficking is a massive global…