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British Vogue

British Vogue March 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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2 minutos
editor’s letter

Welcome to the March issue, full of attitude, brilliant women and all the excitement of the change in seasons. I love this time of year. If September issues are for weighty reinvention, March is about keeping things a little lighter, a little more fun. To that end, Vogue’s editors have assembled an unbeatable cast to show off the best of the new season’s fashions. Fantastic, strong faces – some familiar, some new – starting with the world’s ultimate pin-ups, Gigi and Bella Hadid (page 268), starring on the first dual covers of their careers; and the industry’s brightest new star, Kaia Gerber, in a stunning tour de force (“The Swan”, page 288), all captured to perfection by Steven Meisel. I love the variety of beautiful faces in this issue: Jing Wen is…

1 minutos
meet & greet

MARIO TESTINO; NICOLAS NEWBOLD; SAM CHURCHILL; UZOAMAKA MADUKA…

2 minutos
on the road again

Paris “By the last week of fashion month you need a beauty bag that works doubly hard to make you look fresh. My essentials: Nars Natural Radiant Longer Foundation; Chanel Rouge Allure Ink in Enthusiasta (above); L’Oréal Paris False Lash X-Fiber Xtreme Resist; and the Organic Pharmacy Immune Support Tincture, for staving off the fashion flu.” Jessica Diner, beauty & lifestyle director “It’s hard to beat the Hôtel de Crillon for old-school decadence. Spoil yourself with a leisurely afternoon tea at its Jardin d’Hiver lounge.” Poppy Kain, senior fashion editor “The highlight of my fashion month was quite possibly the nail-dryer in my dressing room at the Peninsula. I’ve never been so excited by a gadget. Otherwise, it had to be the Rick Owens show, where the water display meant that all of…

1 minutos
gaining clarity

Transparency is trending, so arrange the contents of your purse with picture-perfect precision and invest in a see-through handbag to showcase your work (see: Chanel, Céline, Valentino). Alternatively – and easier for those with a disorganised disposition – high-gloss PVC raincoats are still riding high. A clear version will allow you to show off what lies beneath. Meanwhile, Off-White’s modern-day update on the Cinderella slipper is the puddle-proof upgrade on satin stilettoes. Pray for rain. OS HAIR: MATT MULHALL. MAKE-UP: LAURA DOMINIQUE. NAILS: PEBBLES AIKENS. SET DESIGN: SUZANNE BEIRNE. MODELS: NINOUK AKKERMAN, LILY NOVA, AYOBAMI OKEKUNLE. MARK KEAN; INDIGITAL; JASON LLOYD-EVANS; MITCHELL SAMS…

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fringe appeal

Formerly the domain of showgirls and Cher, this season fringing semaphores a new grown-up grace. Fashion’s favourite designers are shredding everything from handbags to trench coats, eveningwear to T-shirts – so whether you prefer flapper-style trimmings or crafty techniques, there’s something suitably swish on offer. OS “From fluid rhinestones to swinging silk tassels, pops of playful fringing are the new word in embellished accessories now” Naomi Smart, shopping editor PHOTOGRAPH BY MARK KEAN. HAIR: MATT MULHALL. MAKE-UP: LAURA DOMINIQUE. NAILS: PEBBLES AIKENS. SET DESIGN: SUZANNE BEIRNE. MODELS: NINOUK AKKERMAN, LILY NOVA, AYOBAMI OKEKUNLE…

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big it up

1. GO OVERSIZED The long, slouchy proportions seen everywhere from Michael Kors to Raey feel fresh. Don’t overcomplicate a roomy silhouette: wear simple tonal pieces underneath and limit accessories to statement hoop earrings or embellished shoes. 2. BELT IT Try Céline’s catwalk trick and tuck one side of your jacket behind your belt – or cinch the whole thing. 3. DITCH THE BLOUSE Memo from Tom Ford: pair a double-denim trouser suit with a wear-to-be-seen bra. Spring sass, sorted. 4. WEAR YOUR JACKET AS A DRESS You’ll need a long-line blazer (our pick is from Joseph), a buttoned-up, oversized shirt to wear underneath and a fearless stance. Challenge the smart-casual dress code further by teaming this look with barely-there sandals. 5. DECORATE IT Dries Van Noten scattered diamanté brooches over a check trouser suit. Gather as many as you…