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Grazia

Grazia Issue 784

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!

Country:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
H BAUER PUBLISHING LIMITED
Frequency:
Biweekly
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in this issue

1 min.
welcome to the issue

UNBELIEVABLY, IT’S ALMOST six months since phrases like ‘waist-up dressing’ hit the vernacular and hashtags #wfhfits swept social media. And now, suddenly, we find ourselves in a summer defined by face masks of every variety. So how has coronavirus altered our sense of style – and what long-lasting impact will the pandemic have on the way we dress? Polly Vernon wades into that very debate on page 26. The short answer? Zoom jewellery is sticking around. Enjoy the issue and the rest of the summer, wherever you’re spending it.…

2 min.
over to you...

Have your say… Email us at feedback@graziamagazine.co.uk Post comments on graziadaily.co.uk Tweet us at @GraziaUK Find us on Facebook at Grazia UK Follow us on Instagram @GraziaUK POWER OF DREAMING I loved the inspiring article ‘We need to dream’ in your Summer Fashion issue (27 July). It had everything to brighten up my lockdown state: witty words, fantastic fashion and an invigorating insight into the life of a top designer. It heartens me to have fun through fashion, beauty and my favourite magazines, without letting go of the fundamentals. Of course Black lives matter, of course we need to address climate change, and the pandemic is here to stay, for now at least. But we can still live and love, create and work and – most of all – dream. Your namesake, Maria…

1 min.
gold-standard dina

Taking my first train ride since lockdown, I craved some reading. With Dina Asher-Smith on the cover (10 Aug), making my selection between all the magazines was easy. She is an inspiration: hard-working, humble, smart, career-driven and seemingly a good-natured person, too. I’d much rather read about the life of a gold-medal-winning athlete than a reality star, so I hope to see more cover stars like her. Interview questions from ex-Olympian Tessa Sanderson was a stellar choice to show how conditions for athletes in Britain have improved. I wish her luck in staying focused and smashing the Olympics next year!…

1 min.
grazia view

“When Michelle Obama spoke recently about the ‘low-grade depression’ she has been suffering, it was a powerful reminder that mental health issues don’t discriminate – even one of the most successful, influential and admired women in the world can be affected. Michelle cited coronavirus, racism in the US and the Trump administration as the causes of her ‘heaviness’. Her words spoke to us all – who among us hasn’t struggled with the grind of lockdown, grief for those who’ve died, fear of the virus or unemployment and disillusionment that there are still so many stories of Black oppression (and not just in the US). It’s another reminder that we should be kind to ourselves and check in on each other.”…

2 min.
my eyebrows: ground zero on mounting political unrest

I WAS SUPPOSED to be getting my brows done today. After five untended months; after my forehead fully grew itself a pair of little hair shelves (/privet hedges)… My brows were to be tamed! Along with my ’tache, which I don’t talk about much because embarrassing, so, hoorah, huzzah, hu… Ah. The Government just changed its mind on relaxing the ban on facial treatments in beauty salons, and now: my brows do grow on. Boris has promised he’ll rethink my brow* situation over forthcoming weeks – it might have even happened by the time you read this – which is terribly good of him, except huge damage has already been done. I don’t just mean to the once-gracious sweep of my eyebrows. I mean: to the beauty industry. While all around…

1 min.
chart of lust

1. Up BEYONCÉ Extraordinary in Black Is King, her newly released visual album, which she wrote, directed and starred in, while lookingKKKK wellK The superlatives fail usK 2. New in CHLOE X HALLE Singers who, terrifyingly, were barely born when The Spice Girls first debuted the looks the sisters revisited, consummately, for the 2020 GLAAD awardsK 3. Up HARRY STYLES Tattoos and a ’tache on the streets of Rome earlierK There are perhaps three other men in the entire universe who could pull this off, and one of them’s imaginaryK 4. Up JENNY POWELL TV presenter blast from the ’V0s, looking ripped in coordinating lime lycra during the heatwaveK 5. Up KATE GARRAWAY Back on GMB, while her husband Derek Draper battles on, through the aftermath of CovidK Doing a freakin’ stirling jobK Utter, utter proK 6. Up AMBER GILL Crowned winner of Love Island 2019 a…