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British Vogue

British Vogue November 2017

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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return to splendour

What woman can resist the urge to dress up and go out? This season, designers celebrate a return to full-scale glamour, tempting us with an abundance of crystal fripperies, micro-minis and metallic tailoring that promise good times. In “Flash!” (page 156), photographer Theo Wenner captures that spirit, taking Freja Beha Erichsen out on the town. There’s much to be said for the pull of a dazzling, glittering, mood-enhancing party piece. On that basis, I have managed to amass a wardrobe of eveningwear that far outweighs the number of black-tie events I attend per year. Hayley Bloomingdale’s “In Praise of Being Over-Dressed” (page 83) makes me want to abandon my daily uniform of blue jeans and dive into that glamorous wardrobe more often. Meanwhile, Claire Foy can certainly attest to the appeal…

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vogue notices

Vermilion LOVE SONGS Photographer Agnes Lloyd-Platt shot the main image for “In the Red”, on page 198. “I was inspired by trophies – and the triumphant feeling of celebrating your individuality,” the 27-year-old explains. “Red stands up for itself. It’s got sass.” Lloyd-Platt took a self-portrait (above) against a scarlet backdrop for Vogue, with her dog, Radish, in her arms. “I’m in a rad/red place,” she quips. PARTY LINE American-in-London Hayley Bloomingdale, right, penned “In Praise of Being Over-Dressed”, on page 83. She shares her tips for getting through the party season: • Hydration is key. Drink lots of liquid: champagne, cider, mulled wine, eggnog, hot toddies… • Always keep something sequined in your purse, just in case you find yourself at an impromptu party. As Christmas approaches, mistletoe is also helpful. It still counts,…

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Top of the class Follow our cover girl’s style evolution, from early red-carpet appearances to her Vogue debut in August 2016 (above, second from right), wearing Elie Saab haute couture. Snapchat to it Make a note in your diary for every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday – because that’s when British Vogue lands on Snapchat Discover. Expect a bite-size, interactive version of the magazine. Witching hour This Hallowe’en, let Vogue inspire your dressing-up choice with our edit of the best celebrity costumes and make-up tutorials. October 31 has never been so much fun... Follow the leaders Miss Vogue charts the most exciting female talents in fashion on Instagram using #InspiredByMe, a series focused on how these ones-to-watch have found success, and what spurred them on. ALASDAIR McLELLAN; GETTY; CLIO PEPPIATT; JASON BELL; JASON LLOYD-EVANS; JOSH OLINS; MITCHELL SAMS; PAUL…

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what’s new

SHELF IMPROVEMENT THREE BOOKS BY FASHION INSIDERS CAST A FRESH LIGHT ON THE CREATIVE PROCESS CATWALKING by Alexander Fury and Chris Moore (Laurence King, £50) “To get a picture of Linda Evangelista, I hid in a corner before taking this shot [above] as the show started,” says catwalk photographer Chris Moore. “This Alexander McQueen image [above right] represents a special moment for many of us who knew Lee and were there to witness Sarah Burton present the last collection he had worked on. The photo of Yves [left] almost didn’t happen – I arrived backstage and was met with a wall of photographers. A security guard swept some diamonds off a table and I leapt up to sneak this shot.” FASHION TOGETHER by Lou Stoppard (Rizzoli, £55) “I’m fascinated by Rick Owens and Michèle Lamy…

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dressing after dark

Glam squad Peter Dundas makes a stellar return to eveningwear d is D-R-A-M-A,” reads the @dundasworld Instagram caption accompanying a candid runway outtake of model He Cong (@heconghc) clad in a bright pink fox coat and jeans. Scroll further into the world of Peter Dundas – the designer’s own brand launched by way of a runway show earlier this year during the couture collections in Paris – and voilà! At D is D-U-N-D-A-S, there’s definitely no shortage of @stellamaxwell sex appeal, @anja_rubik cool factor, @georgiamayjagger gypsy greatness and @yasminwijnaldum glitz, glam and shine to follow. After 10 years in the creativedirector’s chair at Emanuel Ungaro, Emilio Pucci and Roberto Cavalli, this time Peter Dundas is doing it his way. “I first needed a little time to myself,” says the Norwegian-born, Paristrained, London-based designer…

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be more fabulous now

ORDER BY COLOUR New York-based Argentinian artist Conie Vallese makes “very organised” paintings out of “a very complex chaos”. Her exuberant pictures are the only thing to hang on your walls ALL ABOUT THE HONEY A furry evening coat has long been alluring, but this autumn’s standout is Sugar Puffs-inspired. Opt for a mellow honey shade and pair with yellow-tinted sunglasses. Yes, both should be worn indoors and at the same time. NEW SHOE GURU “They’re David Beauciel. You don’t know him? He’s the guy behind the shoes at Balenciaga.” SCOTTISH PLAY Book Carskiey House, an Edwardian pile on the Mull of Kintyre, for New Year’s Eve, and spend the preceding weeks feeling smug. Carskiey.com DISPLAY TEAM The New Hall Art Collection – the most significant collection of women’s art in Europe – is tucked away inside the Brutalist…