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Marie Claire

May 2019

Marie Claire is today's magazine for the fashion minded woman. It reflects all areas of the reader's life, providing the time-pressed woman with a mix of information. Marie Claire remains unsurpassed as the best source for beauty advice.

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Hearst
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what we love about may

2. Ethan Herisse, Caleel Harris, and Marquis Rodriguez in Netflix’s When They See Us. (2: ATSUSHI NISHIJIMA/NETFLIX)3. Heritage Studies #20, by Iman Issa, will be on display during the Whitney Biennial.4. Marc Jacobs Illustrated features some of the designer’s most iconic looks, with drawings by Grace Coddington. (4: COURTESY OF PHAIDON)5. Tribeca Film Festival presents 12 days of what’s next in the world of film. (5: COURTESY OF THE TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL)1. VIVA ITALIAIf you’re in the market for some summer travel ideas, Texas-born photographer Gray Malin has your back with his utterly transporting photographic ode to the Italian Riviera, Gray Malin: Italy (Abrams, May 14). Inspired by his best-selling photo series “La Dolce Vita,” the images capture the coast’s mesmerizing glamour and dramatic seaside scenery. Dive in.2. CENTRAL PARK…

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take the leap

Have you ever had a this-will-make-me-millions idea? A passing thought you’ve had in the shower or on your way to work, only to be distracted by the obligations of the day? Most of us probably wouldn’t up and quit our day job at the first flick of an idea. But a genius one that has stuck with you, that you can’t quite shake because you know it’s just that good, is worth the leap—even if, at first, it’s only your after-hours side hustle. Our guide to launching a business (“Everything You Need to Know to Strike Out on Your Own,” p. 68) will help you transform your budding idea into a full-fledged venture. We tapped 20 successful women entrepreneurs for advice on everything from raising funds to changing course to…

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marieclaire.com

SWEAT IT OUTWhether you want to go with the flow or need to throw some punches (ahem, at a bag), try our favorite BPM-raising workouts.marieclaire.com/best-workouts-2019Sneak PeakThis spring, step into one of our top sneaker picks, from dad-inspired gym shoes to studded high tops to athlete-appropriate trainers. marieclaire.com/spring-sneakersSNEAKERS $120, Vionic; vionicshoes.com.INSTA-BEATOur photo-happy editors hash(tag) it outAbigail Haworth senior international editor @abihaworth #Salerno skyAlyssa Haak assistant copy & research editor @akhaak Still obsessed with this tiny #plant displayMegan DiTrolio associate editor @megdit When you’re the elephant in the room @bushcampcompanyAdrienne Faurote market assistant @adriennefaurote This view never gets old @cabovillasbeachclub #mexico #vacation #caboDream in ColorStory, the Manhattan concept shop that changes themes every two months, is taking its “Color Story” pop-up nationwide. Macy’s shoppers can now discover curated rainbow products and interactive…

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#readwithmc

Learn more about our book club on marieclaire.com/ read-with-mc.In her debut novel, The Farm (Random House, May 7), Filipino-born Joanne Ramos explores just who gets left out of the American dream. The book follows Jane, a struggling single mom and Filipino immigrant who is offered the lucrative opportunity to act as a surrogate for an anonymous rich person. The catch? For her entire pregnancy, she has to stay in a facility where everything she does is closely monitored. Ramos spoke to Marie Claire about dystopia, luck, and family.Marie Claire: I expected The Farm to be a dystopian thriller, but it feels like this could be happening now.Joanne Ramos: I wasn’t trying to make it sci-fi, but it almost is fundamentally. I was hoping that people would wonder if this was…

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what you said

A Cut AboveSandra Beltracchi Applegate: I was delighted to see that you featured an older woman in your February issue. Older women still care about beauty, fashion, and expressing ourselves. Thank you for being inclusive.@ellyzuluaga: Mood-boarding while getting ready this morning. (Oh and yes, I did place these things strategically. It just looks prettier to me. I’m not sorry.)Cruz in Control@joysbyjo: Isn’t Penelope Cruz so gorgeous? @marieclairemagPenelope Cruz in Chanel on our February coverHow to Survive Losing Your Job@AboutK: Great feature on the inimitable @bethcomstock who is so much more than a brilliant marketer. In my earliest days at GE, she invested in folks like me in so many small ways (she probably didn’t even know it, which makes it all the more meaningful).@acidphreak: I had the fortune of meeting…

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the things they carried

THANDIE NEWTONBEAUTY ESSENTIALS: “Whenever I fly, I have to have Jurlique Rose Hand Cream and Optrex Eye Gel Drops.” IN-FLIGHT COMPANIONS: “A good book that I can get lost in is a must. I’m currently reading James Baldwin: A Biography, by David Leeming. I also always carry my Andraab pashmina, a gift my husband got me when he was shooting in Rajasthan, India.” TRAVEL TIP: “You shouldn’t drink or brush your teeth with the tap water on planes. The water tanks aren’t flushed or tested as often as you’d hope.”DREAM GETAWAY: “Ibiza for sure. There’s an abundance of quartz—which has an incredibly powerful, cleansing energy—in the ground. Es Vedrà, a tiny rocky island off the west coast, is known to be the third most magnetic place in the world.”ON-THE-GO WORKOUT:…

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