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British Vogue

British Vogue January 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

As years go, you only have to glance at the headlines to see that 2017 has had its complications. Yet for this, my second issue as editorin- chief of Vogue, I was determined that even difficult years must finish with a celebration, before giving way to a new start and a fresh focus. This time of year always suggests two key elements to me: reinvention and renewal. As party nights turn to early mornings and New Year’s resolutions, it is a moment for transformation – whether that means finding the perfect dress for an unforgettable night out, or making a more profound life change in January for the year ahead. First, though, let’s have some fun. This month, Vogue is embracing everything from modern disco to sensational winter surf fashion straight…

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start all over again

Photographer Colin Dodgson visited some of Britain’s greatest women artists for “Singular Visions” (page 170), from op-art grande dame Bridget Riley to Turner Prize-nominee Rosalind Nashashibi. (Riley, left, first appeared in Vogue in 1966, photographed by Peter Rand.) Dodgson’s favourite New Year’s Eve to date? “One year I took a sunset boat cruise with friends, then prepared a home-made Mexican feast for dinner. I barely made it to midnight.” Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin captured model Rianne van Rompaey in the role of a modern surfer girl for “The Big Blue” on page 144. Their New Year’s Eve plans this year are simple and fail-safe. “We’re spending it with family in our recently completed house in the Hamptons – surrounded by love.” Contributing beauty editor Kathleen Baird-Murray tries out facials that…

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the wider world...

FAST THINKING With moments to spare before she jetted out of London, we played quickfire word association with Bella Hadid following her shoot with Brianna Capozzi (page 162). Watch the video to find out what’s on the model’s mind now. Go the distance Don’t miss Tom Ford’s guide to LA. The fashion, beauty and film polymath took Vogue on a tour of his newly adopted home town (page 156). From Lisbon to Leeds, check out Vogue’s insider travel guides to 30 other cities and discover the local tips that make a stay memorable. Look before you book. GET WITH THE PROGRAM Who better to talk technology than coding aficionado and model Karlie Kloss? Along with her tech column on page 111, look out for the accompanying film on the @britishvogue socialmedia channels this month. PERSONAL TAYLOR This…

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modern disco

“It’s not a disguise: it’s about allowing yourself to feel powerful” – Julien Dossena If you’re on the hunt for a glittering party dress, you’re in luck: right now, designers across the globe are orchestrating a renaissance of shimmering glamour, creating pieces that wouldn’t look out of place on Grace Jones or Cher at Studio 54. Alongside offering abundant inspiration for the party season, these disco looks channel the mood of optimism that’s sweeping through the industry: one that is determined to provide aesthetic escapism. “I think that, right now, people need fantasy from fashion,” says Michael Halpern, the young London-based designer whose glamazonian creations are at the heart of the phenomenon. “Not as an excuse to ignore all the awful things that are happening, but because sometimes you need to…

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team spirit

Sportswear is here to stay, subject to a plush makeover. The runway’s future track stars definitely aren’t gym-bound – luxurious silks and twinkling rhinestones are set to make cocktail hour a leisurely affair. Now is the time to ditch the dress code and perform the ultimate high/low shake-up. Trailing earrings are the all-important plus one for nylon windbreakers and shell-suit pants; while Valentino’s gritty-cum-girly zip-through dress skips the tomboy attitude altogether. Your eveningproof uniform has arrived. JH “That’s the approach: to make extraordinary what is ordinary”– Pierpaolo Piccioli, creative director, Valentino THIS PAGE: INDIGITAL; PIXELATE.BIZ. PREVIOUS PAGE: HAIR: TEIJI UTSUMI. MAKE-UP: LAURA DOMINIQUE. NAILS: PEBBLES AIKENS. SET DESIGN: MIGUEL BENTO. MODELS: AKIIMA, XIE CHAOYU, HANNAH CLAVERIE, SOPHIA FRIESEN…

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go-faster stripes