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GLAMOUR South Africa

GLAMOUR South Africa

October 2020

GLAMOUR will be bringing you fresh, NEW content. With breaking celebrity news stories that are trending NOW. Forecasting all the NEXT fashion and beauty trends.

Country:
South Africa
Language:
English
Publisher:
Content Nation Media (Pty) Ltd
Frequency:
Monthly
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in this issue

2 min.
taking regular afternoon walks

has been one of the most therapeutic things I’ve done for myself during the lockdown. For an hour or so, I get to be alone and process my thoughts, so I consider it a form of self-care that’s been as mentally rewarding as it’s been physically beneficial. It’s also reminded me how important it is to take some time for myself. This issue of Glamour serves as a gentle reminder to take a deep breath and do what makes you feel good because it’s been a tough year for all of us. Whether that means having a long chat with your bestie, exercising or enjoying a glass of wine with a good book, self-care goes a long way. Our cover star and self-taught professional makeup artist Sir John is at…

1 min.
all eyes on me!

RETOUCHER: ZAHAR BAKUTIN; HAIR: KIYONORI SUDO (@KYO_SUD0) AT L’ATELIER NYC USING BUMBLE AND BUMBLE; MAKEUP: MARIKO ARAI (@MARIKOARAI) AT THE WALL GROUP USING CHANEL; MODEL: IRIS VAN BERNE AT WOMEN 360 MANAGEMENT; LOCATION: GO STUDIOS, NEW YORK CITY…

3 min.
pan-african to hemp, or not to hemp?

What does Hemporium do? South Africa’s largest and most original hemp company’s dedicated to educating people about industrial hemp’s potential by manufacturing innovative products and raising awareness of its benefits. We’ve developed over 2 000 locally made products, including sustainable textiles, accessories, packaging solutions and cosmetics. Our long-term goal is to promote legislative change so that cultivation of industrial hemp in South Africa becomes a reality. We’re positive that, given the opportunity to grow this sustainable crop, the hemp industry could help alleviate many of the challenges this country faces by providing sustainable housing, nutrition and job creation. We believe the masses must adopt environmental consciousness for positive changes to occur on a planetary scale. With this in mind, we aim to move hemp out of alternative culture and into the mainstream. Duncan…

1 min.
what’s on our fashion radar?

It’s a wrap Who said Self-care Sundays can’t be stylish? Throw on one of these locally made blankets, milled by Mungo (mungo.co.za). Ola CBD Vida e Caffè has teamed up with Goodleaf to create the Olà CBD-infused flat white, which will bring calm to your daily grind. All-rounder Joburg-based model, writer, DJ and budding stylist Ponahalo Mojapelo has accomplished a lot for a 20-year-old. She’s lined up styling and modelling collabs and will release new music on SoundCloud. “I’m also involved in a writing club that documents how various industries have adapted during the pandemic,” she says (@ponahalo). Organic creations Ceramic artist and sculptor Ceri Müller handmakes textural, one-off pieces in Cape Town, which give us all the feels (@cerimuller_studio). WORDS: MIRA LEIBOWITZ; PHOTOGRAPHY: PONAHALO/INSTAGRAM, CERIMULLER_STUDIO/INSTAGRAM, SUPPLIED…

4 min.
has anything really changed in 2020?

2020 It was the year we stayed at home and took a long, hard look at ourselves. None of us liked what we saw. As if Covid-19 wasn’t enough, the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and Elijah McClain were sobering reminders of a much older disease that still plagues the world: racism. While this series of events was nothing short of devastating, it galvanised the world to the tune of social justice for all, including within the fashion industry. London’s gender-free Fashion Week was one of the most thought-provoking and inclusive events in the industry to date. It’s not that the world’s forgotten about the #MeToo or the Trans Lives Matter movements or the ongoing issue of violence towards foreign nationals in South Africa; none of these issues is…

1 min.
get the look

PHOTOGRAPHY: DAN DRURY/CONDÉ NAST DIGITAL STUDIO, JACQUES GIRAL, JOSEPHINE SCHIELE, JEREMY PELTIER, CORINNA TANNIAN…