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British Vogue

British Vogue August 2018

No other magazines combine beauty, style, glamour, design, fashion and contemporary culture in such an inspiring mix. VOGUE employs the most talented photographers, stylists, writers and editors to fill the pages each month with new trends, controversial images and challenging ideas

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United Kingdom
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English
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Conde Nast Publications Ltd
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Monthly
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when it comes to public life today…

… whether in fashion, politics or our highly engaged and opinionated lives online, it seems as if the list of faces who inspire almost universal joy and respect is getting shorter. Some days, this can feel like a sad state of affairs, so an extra cheer is in order for Vogue’s cover star. Honestly, thank heavens for Oprah Winfrey. Over the past 30 or so years, the American journalist, talk-show host, network owner, producer, actress and philanthropist has become one of the most beloved presences on the world stage. Why? Sheer admiration for her journey from impoverished Mississippi schoolgirl to becoming her country’s first self-made black, female billionaire is crucial. But there is also a kind of a magic about Oprah – a connectivity that draws people to her – whether…

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meet & greet

HORST; WILLIAM KLEIN; NORMAN PARKINSON; MERT ALAS AND MARCUS PIGGOTT; WALTER CHIN; GETTY; INSTAGRAM @NATHANIELMARYQUINN; NATHANIEL MARY QUINN…

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fashion’s new wave

“Neutral tailoring goes from tame to arresting with a dose of highlighter-bright”Sarah Harris, deputy editor Style note Don’t overload: used sparingly, neon accessories will turn any look bolder, sportier, younger. HAIR: MARI OHASHI. MAKE-UP: LUCY BURT. NAILS: PEBBLES AIKENS. SET DESIGN: KIM HARDING. MODELS: JULIE HOOMANS, AAMITO LAGUM, DANIELLE LASHLEY AND AYOBAMI OKEKUNLE. WITH THANKS TO SPRING STUDIOS. NICOLE MARIA WINKLER; JASON LLOYD-EVANS; MITCHELL SAMS; PIXELATE.BIZ…

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ranch dressing

NICOLE MARIA WINKLER; JASON LLOYD-EVANS; MITCHELL SAMS; PIXELATE.BIZ…

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a right royal mash-up

The inaugural Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design went to Richard Quinn, who received this nod of approval from the Queen – seated front row at his autumn/winter 2018 fashion show – for his abundance of scarf prints (rumour has it that Her Majesty put in a personal order for her Balmoral wardrobe). Quinn’s more-is-more, rather than traditional, aesthetic feels super fresh and sets the tone for a season filled with reworked paisley patterns and eclectic equestrian prints. The new way to wear the sort of designs formerly reserved for regal affairs is by clashing plentiful layers, embracing synthetic fabrics and adding a heady dose of irony. A fashion trend given the Queen’s blessing: how often does that come around?…

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the style agenda

1 PACO RABANNE Paco Rabanne’s girl has long been wedded to a glistening after-dark dress; now, it’s the unexpected daylight appeal of metallic medallion panels with wool that’s impossible to ignore. 2 THE SCARF-NECK BLOUSE Fashion is in a generous mood: capitalise with a lavish neckline and dress your throat with a jaunty knot. 3 THE PERFECT SHADE OF YELLOW Sunny Delight-yellow is the ultimate mood enhancer. Wear it head to toe – with a splash of optic white – and consider it therapy for those inevitable post-holiday blues. 4 THE SKIRT SUIT A skirt suit is strait-laced by nature, but cut long and lean and rendered in sumptuous blush wool it becomes a wild-card wardrobe entry. Take it out for a spin with a vampy pump. 5 THE PENDANT NECKLACE Seventies disco chains have the edge on chokers.…