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O, The Oprah Magazine

August 2019

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Language:
English
Publisher:
Hearst
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o, the oprah magazine

FOUNDER AND EDITORIAL DIRECTOR Oprah Winfrey EDITOR IN CHIEF Lucy Kaylin EDITOR AT LARGE Gayle King DEPUTY EDITOR Deborah Way CREATIVE DIRECTOR Adam Glassman DESIGN DIRECTOR Jill Armus EXECUTIVE EDITOR Amy Maclin MANAGING EDITOR Abigail Greene BOOKS EDITOR Leigh Haber BEAUTY DIRECTOR Brian Underwood WRITER AT LARGE Lisa Kogan EXECUTIVE PHOTO DIRECTOR Christina Weber ARTICLES ARTICLES EDITOR Katie Arnold-Ratliff SENIOR EDITOR Molly Simms HEALTH AND WELLNESS DIRECTOR Corrie Pikul WELLNESS EDITOR Cathryne Keller STYLE FEATURES DIRECTOR Holly Carter ASSOCIATE EDITOR Zoe Donaldson ASSISTANT EDITOR Melissa Goldberg ASSISTANT BOOKS EDITOR Michelle Hart FASHION FASHION MARKET/ACCESSORIES DIRECTOR Robin Beck Nazzaro SENIOR ACCESSORIES/MARKET EDITOR Paula Lee BOOKINGS EDITOR Alicia Bridgewater Lanigan FASHION ASSISTANT Ashley Tucker BEAUTY ASSOCIATE EDITOR Erin Stovall STYLE CONTRIBUTING STYLE EDITOR Rae Ann Herman STYLE ASSISTANT Raena Loper ADMINISTRATION EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO THE EDITOR IN CHIEF Eden Sandlin ASSISTANT TO THE EDITOR AT LARGE Joseph Zambrano INSTAGRAMMER OF THE MONTH @dani_love247 O MAG FRIEND OF THE MONTH Valerie P. Harvey ART ART DIRECTOR Alexandra Mooney DEPUTY ART DIRECTOR…

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perfect strangers

Sarah Copeland, AUTHOR “WHAT’S COOKING?,” PAGE 118 Someone I’d like to meet is…the Dalai Lama. I’d love to sit quietly in his presence and be humbled about how ridiculous our worries and wants can be when much of what we really need is invisible. A memorable stranger I’ve met is…Harrison Ford. He was in a downtown club in New York City. I said “Hi!” and he smiled that big, charming smile and said “Hi!” right back. The last time I experienced a random act of kindness was…from a little girl in a café who offered me a bite of her cookie after I began chatting with her family. Erin K. Robinson ILLUSTRATOR “TIME AND AGAIN,” PAGE 83 A memorable stranger I’ve met is… a local woman in Bali who saw I was upset at an…

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behind the scenes

I’m saying arrivederci to jeans that sag and bag!—OPRAH Fit For an Oprah “You’ve got to be able to move, knowing your pants will move with you,” says Oprah Winfrey, humanitarian, media mogul, and yet another woman who’s spent her best years on the dream-jeans quest. Lights are adjusted and her top is tucked for a cover shoot where Oprah pretends to go for a drive in a 1966 Austin-Healey convertible against the backdrop of an Italian coastal village. But for all the make-believe, these NYDJ Marilyn jeans are the real deal. “It’s about the rise—the last thing you wanna do is get up and find a bad case of saggy crotch syndrome,” says Oprah, getting up without a stitch of slouch. “They have to fit and stay fitting all the way…

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when was the last time a stranger brightened your day?

I’m a jazz vocalist, and one night I was singing in a lounge where most of the people were either talking or on their phones. I must have had a defeated look on my face, because the waiter brought me a note from a guest saying, “Just wanted to say you are loved.” I never found out who wrote it, but it made my day and night. MANDY GAINES Cincinnati When I was unemployed, I lost my wallet at the grocery store. Back at home I was in tears, when suddenly there was a knock at the door. It was an older woman who was traveling through the city and just happened to stop at the store—where she found my wallet. She took the time to look up my address on my driver’s…

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your take

30% SAVORY’S MORE FLAVORY! Q PIES: SWEET OR SAVORY? 70% SWEET CAN’T BE BEAT Q HOW OFTEN DO YOU CHECK OUT YOUR TUSH? 40% ONCE A YEAR, MAYBE? 60% EVERY TIME I PASS A MIRROR Q DO YOU HAVE A WORKOUT BUDDY? 24% OF COURSE—WE’RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER 76% IT’S JUST ME, MYSELF, AND I Q HAVE YOU EVER PAID FOR A STRANGER’S COFFEE? 44% YES, I LOVE DOING GOOD DEEDS 56% NO, BUT I’D LIKE TO! Q A KNOB THAT LETS YOU CONTROL A RESTAURANT’S NOISE LEVEL WOULD BE… 75% THE GREATEST INVENTION EVER 25% FINE, I GUESS? WE WANT YOUR TAKE! TO WEIGH IN ON FUTURE TOPICS, FOLLOW US @oprahmagazine…

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here we go!

THE IMPACT SOMEONE we don’t even know can have on us is incredible—no matter how brief the interaction. A nugget of wisdom shared in passing, a word of encouragement when we need it most: They can leave a lasting impression. This month we’re bringing you moving stories of compassionate strangers (page 90). They reveal that while you can’t predict who’ll be your Good Samaritan, you can stay open to whomever you meet. Because you never know the significance of a chance moment. Speaking of Good Samaritans, you’ll also be reading about the work done by the caring souls at New York City’s Trans Beauty Clinic. They volunteer their time and expertise to teach trans women the art of hair and makeup, and trans men the fine points of guy grooming. We take…

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