ELLE February 2021

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United States
12 期號


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fresh picks

1. MAKEUP FOR ALL Gender-fluid fashion designer Harris Reed is expanding their vision into your makeup bag. “I hope people use makeup to explore a side of themselves they didn’t know they could inhabit, even if just for a second,” they say of their new limited-edition collection with M.A.C, which includes lipsticks, eye shadows, and multi-use creams, plus one highly covetable glimmery gold eyeliner. M.A.C x Harris Reed Collection, starts at $20, maccosmetics.com. 2. MATCH POINT Tennis has triumphed as the socially distant sport of choice during quarantine. Looking to make your own splash on the court? Saint Laurent has partnered with Wilson on the chicest of gear, from a black-and-white-checked racket with a matching cover to white tennis balls. The collection is available exclusively at the French house’s Rive Droite boutique and…

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PISCES FEB 19–MAR 20 Letting go isn’t easy, but in that unencumbered state, you’re an attractive force through the 18th. Find your chill, and miracles will find you—if not exactly as you ordered. Partnerships blossom under the full moon on the 27th, but you’ll be your independent best once Pisces season begins on the 18th. ARIES MAR 21–APR 19 You’re poised for bigger earnings, especially if you embrace the power of teamwork. Near the 17th, you may break from a draining alliance. Life takes a dreamy turn when Pisces season begins on the 18th. Let your guard down, but don’t ditch all boundaries in the process. TAURUS APR 20–MAY 20 As Mars continues its tour of Taurus, a career disruption could lead to a breakthrough near the 17th. Coupled Bulls can achieve a big goal together near the…

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beat generation

NOT ONE, BUT TWO, LATIN SUPERSTARS grace our covers this month: Jennifer Lopez and our first-ever solo male cover subject, Maluma, Lopez’s musical collaborator and costar in the upcoming romantic comedy Marry Me. Latin artists are shaping the future of music, and they owe JLo a debt of gratitude for helping pave the way. As she tells Laia Garcia-Furtado in our cover story, “Spanish music [is] becoming American music, becoming global music.” Maluma, who calls Lopez “someone I admire…someone I’ve followed since I was a little kid,” happens to be from my home country, Colombia, and is breaking out with his distinctive sound—working with everyone from The Weeknd to Shakira—and headed for worldwide fame himself. Lopez is the ultimate Latina who can do it all: sing, dance, act, and be both…

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lights, camera, zoom!

FOCUS GROUP No hairdresser? No problem. A dramatic collar, be it a piecrust or pilgrim style, frames the face as perfectly as any blowout. GEM DANDY With so much focus above the waist, it’s time for your jewelry collection to shine—and bigger is definitely better. GOING PRO The brightest bulbs and foolproof concealer ensure you never lose your luster during your next virtual cocktail. VIVETTA MODEL: PHOTOGRAPHED BY GRANT JAMES-THOMAS; RODARTE, MARKARIAN NYC, AND ERDEM TOPS: COURTESY OF MODA OPERANDI; REMAINING IMAGES: COURTESY OF THE DESIGNERS; FOR DETAILS, SEE SHOPPING GUIDE.…

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new arrivals

1 The BAG Giorgio Armani’s retro-chic shearling shoulder bag channels the glamour of ski destination Cortina d’Ampezzo in the ’60s. 2 The WATCH The tried-and-true navy blue Calatrava Pilot from Patek Philippe gets an update, thanks to a colored dial and a slimmed-down size. 3 The SHOE The house that gave birth to the fur-lined-sandal craze ups the ante with the softest slides yet. COURTESY OF THE DESIGNERS; FOR DETAILS, SEE SHOPPING GUIDE.…

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just getting started

If you want to know who’s in line to be the next fashion superstar, it helps to ask a current one. Christopher John Rogers, the CFDA’s 2020 American Emerging Designer of the Year, has his money on Edvin Thompson, whom Rogers calls “undoubtedly one of New York’s most promising stars.” Thompson landed the cover of Women’s Wear Daily right before showing the spring 2021 collection for his line, Theophilio. He paid tribute to his home country of Jamaica via button-down shirts with corset ties at the back, sheer slipdress-es, and mesh tops. And his work has already found fans in Gabrielle Union, Tinashe, and model Alton Mason, thanks to what Rogers calls his “uniquely pointed aesthetic—one that’s rooted in, and informed by, his specificities and idiosyncrasies, and doesn’t look to…