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British Vogue

British Vogue February 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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editor’s letter

When I first decided that Vogue should put together a starfilled portfolio featuring the biggest names in current cinema to mark an exceptional 2017/2018 awards season, who knew that Hollywood would soon be top of the global news agenda? But then the Harvey Weinstein scandal broke, sending shock waves through the film world and beginning a long-overdue shake-up of the unacceptable power dynamics that have been allowed to exist for too long. In its wake, no industry has been immune (including my own). Having already begun my preparations with legendary interviewer Lynn Hirschberg to shoot our special 20-page portfolio (page 110) in Los Angeles, it was clear to me that the mood needed to change. That it was time for honesty. Enter photographer Juergen Teller, my long-time collaborator and the world’s…

2 minutos
and the nominees are...

Celebrity interviewer Lynn Hirschberg assembled the stars of this year’s buzziest Oscar-tipped films for our first-ever Hollywood portfolio (“Best Performances”, page 110), shot by Juergen Teller. Her cultural highlights from the last year? Best film: “It’s a tie between Call Me by Your Name and Lady Bird.” Best track: “‘You’ by Pharrell Williams featuring NERD.” Best play: “Oslo, which transferred to New York from London – and I finally saw Hamilton, which is the best play of any year.” On this month’s back page, Diane von Furstenberg shares her rules for everything from dealing with critics to making a memorable entrance. What’s your tip for surviving the red carpet? “Remember to smile – and avoid massive hairdos.” Celebrity make-up artist and Vogue contributing beauty editor Charlotte Tilbury shares her red-carpet tricks in…

1 minutos
the joy of socks

Can we talk about the transformative power of socks? Not that we’d ever discourage you from investing in another pair of shoes, but add a pair of plain, neon or patterned pop socks to your favourite kitten heels and they’re as good as new – look to Miu Miu and Missoni for inspiration. Hockey-style knee-high socks (seen at Prada) will put a new spin on exuberant party shoes. Splash out on Fendi’s high-impact tartan versions – or opt for Tabio’s sheer, striped ankle socks, which cost about the same as an exorbitant green juice. JH…

4 minutos
pencil pushers

Pity the humble pencil skirt. It’s currently starring in a series of photo calls at the White House, and there’s nothing it can do about it. In a veritable pencil-case parade of Altuzarra, Victoria Beckham, Michael Kors and Dolce & Gabbana, Melania Trump has made a smart, narrow skirt a touchstone of her First Lady look, along with vertigo-inducing high heels and a belted jacket. So too her stepdaughter Ivanka, for whom a pencil skirt as sharp as a Staedtler is so synonymous with her “first daughter” incarnation that she sells them via her website with the tagline “set to stun”. For both Trump women, a pencil skirt is an indispensable weapon in the internationally sleek, business-casual armoury: respectful, neat, appropriate and with a crucial hint of the vamp. But the…

1 minutos
swing low

Bigger, bolder, braver… Don’t step out the door this season without some XXL ear decoration. Try Balenciaga’s epically proportioned chandelier clusters, or Anissa Kermiche’s elegant renditions of Alexander Calder’s mobiles. And let’s not forget Saint Laurent’s shoulder-grazing paste. But there’s a knack to doing justice to the supersize earring. Sleek hair matters, so keep flyaway strands away from your face with L’Oréal Professionnel Tecni Art Air Fix Spray, £12. CC PHOTOGRAPH: LETTY SCHMITERLOW. HAIR: JONATHAN DE FRANCESCO. MAKE-UP: NAMI YOSHIDA. NAILS: PEBBLES AIKENS. SET DESIGN: MIGUEL BENTO. MODELS: ANA MARIA FIGUEROA, CHAWNTELL KULKARNI, MILENA LITVINOVSKAIA, LORENA MARASCHI. PIXELATE.BIZ…

2 minutos
rodeo drive

Western style may sound intimidating, but it isn’t. Let’s break it down. The new, topstitched dark-denim shirt (buttoned all the way to the collar) is the kick your wardrobe has been waiting for. Wear it in place of last season’s oversized pinstripe version. This is also your opportunity to invest in signature everyday pieces that take couture-like detailing to the next level. Case in point: Céline’s opulent leather cowgirl coat. The mood is polished – think uptown rodeo as opposed to spit-and-sawdust – which means wearing your cowboy boots with sharp tailoring. Aim for the sexy neo-1990s silhouette as seen at Versace, Calvin Klein and Chloé, where the freshest take on Americana offers up ultra-flattering angular shoulders and sculpted waistlines. Details count: wear a western belt with suit trousers, silver…