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Grazia Issue 716

Grazia combines 'A-list' celebrity exclusives with thought-provoking, real-life features and agenda-setting fashion. Each week we bring you: - 'A-lister' celebrity news and gossip - The very latest in fashion news and trends - What's hot NOW - Amazing real-life stories - Reports from all the key fashion shows around the world. Love fashion and celebrities? Then you'll love Grazia!

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United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
H BAUER PUBLISHING LIMITED
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fashion + beauty charts

1 HIP TO BE SQUARE HERITAGE CHECKS and floor-length proportions give this coat sophisticated swagger. £1,195, Pringle of Scotland (pringleofscotland.com ) 2 NEW RECRUIT TAP INTO THE utility trend with the perfect parka in cool khaki. £250, Toast (toa.st) 3 AHEAD OF THE CURVE SHOW YOUR LOBES some love with these elegant earrings. £55, COS (cosstores.com) 4 UNDER COVER IF YOU LIKE the original, you’ll love YSL’s Touche Éclat High Cover Concealer, £35, for its staying power, skin-perfecting abilities and 16-strong shade range. 5 CHECK IN LET YOUR FEET do the talking in statement mules with bold bow detailing. £195, Miista (miista.com) 6 ON THE PROWL THE TRAPEZE DRESS is this year’s perennial purchase. Great with both chunky winter boots and sandals. £180, Ganni (ganni.com) 7 MINI MARVEL WITH CLEAN LINES, a sleek structure and in a crimson colourway, this bag had us…

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grazia view

Awards season is now in full swing, and the good news is that more women have been nominated at this year’s Academy Awards than in 2018. The bad? They were still absent from five whole categories, including Best Director, while only one woman was nominated for Best Original Screenplay. Which is why, this week, Grazia is launching our first-ever screenwriting competition to give more women in film a voice. After all, now is the perfect time to celebrate the power of female-led stories: this year’s biggest films, The Favourite and Roma , are competing for 10 Oscars each – and both place women front and centre. More of that, please.…

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chart of lust

1 NEW IN LIZZO Classically trained flautist, singer and rapper, teetering on the verge of setting the world on fire. Won’t play Flight Of The Bumblebee; says it’s ‘for basic bitches’. 2 UP NATASHA LYONNE Formerly of OITNB, now starring in Netflix’s Russian Doll, which is as weird as it is brilliant. We grow increasingly obsessed by this one’s look – wardrobe-wise and existentially. 3. NEW IN BIG SEXY Real name Buddy. A cat model who went missing from a NYC fire department calendar shoot last month. Fears grow for his safety. Find Big Sexy, New York! 4. NEW IN DONALD TUSK President of the European Council, featured here by popular demand. Reasons offered: ‘he’s a bit gangsta’, ‘he pronounces his name Tsk’; ‘he sometimes sounds like Yoda’. 5. NEW IN THE ELEPHANT SEALS Fifty of whom took over Drakes Beach, California, during the…

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polly vernon

us, our new inclination toward high-horse self-righteousness is my least fave. Spare me your high-minded insistence we must Leave, ‘lest we undermine the democracy upon which our entire country is built!’ Spare me your pious, patronising insistence Remain is the one truly evolved way, and those who voted against it ‘are merely hurting themselves!’ Spare me any rhetoric involving ‘young people’, ‘cliff-edges’, ‘Leave means Leave’ and/or ‘Project Fear’. And spare me your ‘People’s Vote’ chat – campaign for a second referendum by all means, but drop this tagline designed to make it sound more salt-of-the-earth meaningful and revolutionary than the original. I voted Remain, and I’d do it again; but I will not be self-righteous about it. I can’t. I voted Remain not because I foresaw the sh show currently unfurling…

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1 inside brad and angelina’s ‘emotional’ reunion

A LAWYER’S OFFICE in Los Angeles was the venue for Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s first public sighting since announcing their sudden split in September 2016. The meeting last month – the final stages of their divorce to discuss financial affairs – followed more than two years of public acrimony, a difficult custody battle over their six children, a child abuse investigation (swiftly dropped) and news that Brad was seeing Charlize Theron. You’d be forgiven, therefore, for thinking that it would be yet another testing moment in a break-up that has routinely been dubbed the most acrimonious in Hollywood history (the couple were once only able to communicate through others following Angelina’s shock decision to file for divorce). But, to the surprise of many, the three-hour meeting, in which they discussed…

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2 ‘instagram caused my eating disorder’

SITTING ON MY bed, the happy noises of my family finishing their evening meal floated up from downstairs. Claiming to be full, I’d left the table after eating a couple of slices of pizza and gone upstairs to ‘do my homework’. Once safely in my bedroom, I grabbed my phone and started scrolling through images of emaciated girls and going into accounts I knew would contain messages to help me stay focused, such as ‘purging means you get to taste your meal twice!’ It wasn’t difficult to find them; they were waiting for me in ‘suggested content’. Desperate to be rid of the feelings of guilt and failure that tortured me every time I caved into hunger, I got up, stuck my fingers down my throat and vomited into the sink…

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