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Harper's Bazaar UK July 2019

One of the world's most influential fashion titles, Harper's Bazaar has always been famous for its ability to blend inspiring fashion with intelligent features. Harper's Bazaar is for the sophisticated, discerning woman, bringing her a perfect mix of stunning fashion stories, informed arts coverage, informative beauty pages and strong, intelligent features every month.

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harper’s bazaar

Published on 6 June JUSTINE PICARDIE Editor-in-chief Creative director JO GOODBY Deputy editor/Bazaar At Work director LYDIA SLATER Group managing editor CONNIE OSBORNE Workflow director/chief sub-editor DOM PRICE Assistant to the editor ELLA PHILLIPS FASHION Group fashion director AVRIL MAIR Global fashion director CARINE ROITFELD Executive fashion and jewellery director KIM PARKER Bookings director KIAAN ORANGE Style director-at-large LEITH CLARK Senior fashion editors MIRANDA ALMOND, CHARLIE HARRINGTON Junior fashion editors ROSIE ARKELL-PALMER, TILLY WHEATING, ROSIE WILLIAMS Bookings assistant LAURA MORRISSEY Senior fashion co-ordinator SOPHIE CHAPMAN Senior fashion assistant HOLLY GORST Fashion assistant GEORGIA MEDLEY Fashion intern CRYSTALLE COX Contributing fashion editor FLORRIE THOMAS FEATURES Associate editor FRANCES HEDGES Features director HELENA LEE Entertainment director/associate editor TOM MACKLIN Senior editor/travel director LUCY HALFHEAD Commissioning editor CHARLOTTE BROOK Contributing literary editor ERICA WAGNER BEAUTY AND HEALTH Group beauty director KATY YOUNG Beauty editor SIÂN RANSCOMBE Senior contributing editor, beauty HANNAH BETTS Assistant beauty editor BECKI MURRAY ART Associate editor HANNAH RIDLEY Design director AMY GALVIN Art editor LEANNE ROBSON Designers…

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feel the power

Enchantment is at the heart of Harper’s Bazaar, but like love or courage, it cannot be forced into existence. We always seek to beguile and inspire our readers; and though we sometimes encounter obstacles, there are occasional miraculous moments when a spellbinding alchemy springs into life, as in this month’s cover story, featuring the phenomenal Ashley Graham, whose charm and charisma light up the page. A female team worked together on the story–including the photographer, Pamela Hanson–and I very much hope that the spirit of such a sisterly collaboration is apparent, along with the warmth and energy that Ashley conjures around her. A sense of sisterhood may be similarly evident in our portfolio on magical thinking and contemporary witches in this issue; for as Charlotte Brook reveals in her story on…

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contributors

GRETA BELLAMACINA ‘Whatever the medium, for me every project is about working together to convey a message powerfully,’ says the star of our fashion story (above; page 110), a glorious adventure aboard the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express during which she penned four evocative poems for Bazaar. The writer and model–who also counts film-making and acting among her talents–is set to premiere her new movie Hurt by Paradise at this summer’s Edinburgh Film Festival. What magic means to you ‘Mostly it is love and the simple things we often forget. A walk in the park, flying on a plane to foreign worlds, the age of the trees, the seabirds that understand the secrets of the ocean and the land.’ You’re most confident when… ‘I am performing, whether that is acting in a film or…

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standing together

The annual Bazaar At Work Summit, themed this year around ‘A Better Balance’, brings together inspiring female leaders from around the world to share the hard-won secrets of their success. We invite you to join us for a life-changing day of empowering talks, thought-provoking panel discussions, interactive workshops and unmissable networking opportunities, in the elegant surroundings of Sotheby’s, New Bond Street, London W1, on 13 November. Tickets and tables, starting at £500 (plus booking fee), include access to all talks, plus a light breakfast, lunch and a Laurent-Perrier Champagne reception. An early-bird offer, starting at £400 a ticket, is available until 31 July. For details and to book, visit www.bazaarsummit.co.uk. FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.BAZAARSUMMIT.CO.UK…

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10 things we love

1 ALL THE FUN OF THE PHAROAH With their dramatic, graphic eyes and bold, bejewelled breastplates, the models at Chanel’s Ancient Egypt-inspired Métiers d’Art show shone with the strength and splendour of modern-day Cleopatras. 2 PAIRING UP Jimmy Choo and Ashley Williams have got together to bring us this charming selection of embellished slippers and buckled sandals. 3 COME ONE, COME ALL Behold the fitted, flared and fabulous glory: Dolce & Gabbana is launching its collections in increasingly inclusive sizes. 4 In clover Savour the beauty of bucolic dressing: this summer, clean-cut designs by Emilia Wickstead and Preen bloom with English-country-garden flowers. 5 DREAMIER BOHEMIA This season’s take on the Seventies gets ever more whimsical with stars, platforms and a froth of fringing. 6 Seeing red Set into dazzling drop earrings, glittering rings or a magnificent cuff, exotic rubies take statement…

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my moodboard

To celebrate Longchamp’s 70th anniversary, Sophie Delafontaine, the brand’s creative director, turned to the free-spirited Seventies icons Veruschka and Anita Pallenberg for the label’s first ever New York catwalk show. ‘I was inspired by their elegant style, with an eccentric twist,’ Delafontaine says. The lively collection featured transparent leopard-print maxis layered over leather bikinis, and fringed biker jackets with a dusting of semi-precious stones, worn over diaphanous dresses, all in a palette of purple, turquoise and brown. Models walked in knee-high gladiator sandals or fluffy mules, carrying embroidered saddle purses and holdalls in embossed calf-skin. ‘Our modern-day Amazon has become wilder and embraced hippie-chic,’ Delafontaine says. ‘She is confident; she is free.’ MOODBOARD COURTESY OF LONGCHAMP. PHOTOGRAPHS: LUCKY IF SHARP, IMAXTREE…

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