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HELLO! Fashion MonthlyHELLO! Fashion Monthly

HELLO! Fashion Monthly

September 2019

HELLO! Fashion Monthly (HFM) - a monthly Fashion and Beauty magazine from HELLO!. Every month HFM will bring you style tips, beauty news, the latest high-street buys, swoon-worthy catwalk looks, and in depth fashion and celebrity interviews. Enjoy every glossy page at your fingertips with the digital edition – exclusive extra content, picture galleries, competitions and videos.

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United Kingdom
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English
Editora:
Hello! Limited
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hello! fashion monthly

HELLO! Chairman & Editorial Director Eduardo Sánchez Pérez Editor-In-Chief Rosie Nixon Editor Jill Wanless Editor-at-Large Hilary Alexander Art Director Marion Reilly Features Director Becky Donaldson Assistant Editor (production) Jo Bounds Contributing Fashion Director Jodie Nellist Fashion Editor Rachel Story Shopping Editor Laura Weatherburn Beauty Director Charlotte Jolly Beauty Writer Elle Sixsmith Picture Editor Tijen Denizmen Contributing Sub Editor Elizabeth Lismore Fashion and Social Media Assistant Francesca Scott Publisher Tamsyn Spires Head of Brand Deborah Field Associate Publisher Circulation & Distribution Roger Williams Circulation Marketing Manager Kate Vaughan-Payne Head of Brand Partnerships Kelly Gull Creative Strategy Director Clare O’Sullivan Executive Fashion Director Gila Polak Client Beauty Director Stephanie Fisher Agency Trading Director Katie Rose UK Programmatic Lead Kate Miller Agency Group Head Helena Murphy Agency Account Manager Fabienne Peters Partnerships Content Lead Esther Coombes Digital Content Manager Josephine Kidd ProjectManager Olivia Lord Project Co-ordinator Lucy Flay Insight Manager Harry Williams Senior Marketing Designer & Production Controller Ashleigh Swaile Head of Lifestyle Online Leanne Bayley Social Media…

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welcome

This month we take a first look at new season style. You may still be enjoying the glorious sunnies and sandals weather but, in fashion land, the September issue means the autumn collections are upon us and, as always, we like to keep you ahead of the curve. Speaking of which, let us introduce you to Jasmine Sanders, our latest cover star. The model and social media phenomenon known as Golden Barbie talks about being discovered at the age of 13 and her meteoric rise to fame. Plus, beauty insiders share all the gloss from backstage at the London AW19 shows and we reveal the ten fast-track tricks to being on trend – if you’ve not got a mini bag, split-fronted trousers or bigged up your blazer yet, it’s time!…

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collections issue

TIJEN HFM’s picture editor gets to grips with some candle styling for our bespoke Hello! x Jo Loves collab. ELLE Charts the rise of the blurred red lip trend across four fashion capitals and gets some serious make-up inspo backstage at the shows. JILL Gets up close and personal with our cover star Jasmine Sanders, better known as Golden Barbie, on our shoot in Encino, LA. BECKY Catches up with Alek Wek, wearing Pucci, at Jade Parfitt’s nuptials, one of the biggest fashion weddings of the year. JO Chats to the fashion force that is Caroline Issa, wearing one of her own designs, at the launch of her Mix/Caroline Issa collection for Next. THE TEAM Have to crack out the cagoules and umbrellas for our beachfront fashion shoot in Croatia – oh, the glamour! LAURA Embraces the mini bag trend and tracks down…

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the wish list

BRIGHT OUTLOOK Add an extra splash of sky blue to sunny days with the addition of these acetate sunnies. We’ll be keeping ours at the ready. Sunglasses, £325, Marni DRINK UP From margaritas to bunches of wild flowers, this jug will be a working addition to your crockery. Pitcher, £88, Jonathan Adler VELVET RAINBOW The kaleidoscope of colours will liven up any vintage chair. Cushion, £110, Christina Lundsteen RISING SUN The Phoebe bag goes mini – update your neutrals with a punchy sunset orange pop. Bag, £325, Danse Lente PEARLY QUEEN Brooches and pins are big news for hair – this pearl studded clip is a chic way to trial the trend. Hairpin, £206, Maria Black POSH BREW We’ll be using ours to store trinkets and jewellery, or for the most decadent cuppa. Mug, £265, Gucci TANGERINE DREAM Zesty orange silk is splashed with a bouquet of flowers on…

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the agenda

AW19 COLLECTIONS Welcome to the new season! We showcase the catwalk shows that will shape your wardrobe, from dream dresses at Valentino to everyday luxury at Victoria Beckham. MAX MARA Matching full-pleat trouser suits and coats in camel, charcoal and tawny brown – this was true, timeless Max Mara at its best – with a few jolts of unexpected colour and animal print in the mix. ALEXANDER MCQUEEN Sarah Burton paid homage to her northern roots with a darkly romantic collection, referencing hallmarks of British culture and using cloth from the local Macclesfield mills. Sharp, masculine tailoring contoured in the most perfect McQueen way, while bold English rose patterns prevailed, finally sculpting models Adut and Anok in blooming silk taffeta folds. DRIES VAN NOTEN Using flowers from his own garden, Belgian designer Dries Van Noten delivered a…

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pure gold

Right back in the (relatively) early days of social media, model and influencer Jasmine Sanders sat with her sister playing around with various monikers. “We were trying to figure one out, because I wanted to create an Instagram handle,” she tells us when we speak on the phone ahead of her HFM cover shoot in LA, where she is now based. “I started remembering how people at school would say I looked like a Barbie doll, and they’d also call me Goldilocks, so we put the two together and came up with ‘@golden_barbie’. “I’m really happy that we picked something cute because it really did stick,” she says, laughing with relief. “I’m so glad that it wasn’t something too crazy, although it is slightly annoying, because it has the underscore, but I think…

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