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GLAMOUR South Africa January/February 2018

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:
Conde Nast Independent Magazines Pty Ltd
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10 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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glamour confidential

“Woman power was my 2017 lesson, from marches and #metoo to our #PoweredByWomen issue. Coming up in 2018: sisters on the up and up!” “Take time to travel, explore and rejuvenate. If your reserves are low, you can’t give freely to others who may need help.” – Michelle Brownlee Smith, deputy editor and beauty director “Don’t be afraid to take big risks. A lesson that’s already paying off for this year.” – Ziyaad Bassier, art director “Live to the fullest. My cousin, Joan, passed away from cancer last May and that’s where my lesson came from: if there’s something you want to do, just do it! Don’t wait.” – Lesley Mathys, syndication executive “In 2017, I started letting go of the need to control everything and saw that a…

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what things do you say you’ll do but don’t?

Editor Pnina Fenster pnina@condenast.co.za… Eat all the lettuce I so diligently pack in the fridge.Deputy Editor and Beauty Director Michelle Brownlee Smith michelleb@condenast.co.za… Give up sugar. In reality, I just can’t. (Translate: don’t want to.)Managing Editor Staci Lazarus staci@condenast.co.za… Exercise more than once a week. A walk on the promenade counts as cardio, right?Art Director Ziyaad Bassier ziyaad@condenast.co.za… Practice mindfulness and find calm in difficult situations. In truth, I’m stress eating and crying at the end of every day.Special Projects and Events Manager Sarah Tuft saraht@condenast.co.za… Answer the GLAMOUR question of the month!Online Editor Danica van der Veen dan@condenast.co.za… Stop eating McDonald’s. I try, really, but those crispy chicken nuggets with jalapeño sauce keep pulling me back in.Syndication Executive Lesley Mathys lesley@condenast.co.za… Fulfil New Year’s resolutions. I’m always the…

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glamour alert

Nothing like twinning with your bestie. Liked from @blackfashionmag. Best advice ever! Liked from @danimansutti. It’s time to sparkle. Liked from @the_wild_ones.co. #BrowGoals! Liked from @violette_fr. Sweet as a bonbon. Liked from @shopbando. See it, share it Our favourite forwards! Share with @GLAMOUR_sa on Instagram. GLAMOUR TO GO! Congrats to Samantha Swart pictured in Mozambique. She’s won a Lenthéric hamper worth R1 000. Send us a photo of you with a recent copy of GLAMOUR in an exciting spot to glamour@condenast.co.za or GLAMOUR Mailbag, PO Box 16414, Vlaeberg, Cape Town, 8018, and you could win, too. SHORT ’N TWEET @GLAMOUR_sa @GLAMOUR_sa @Zendaya This is a great start. Excited to see the next issue. – @TayaneLee “Hey, it’s OK if your idea of being productive…

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summer style do

(Photography: Dan Smith) Fresh, sexy, modern – that’s the new way to do lace. It won’t look bridal if you go short, add accents of sharp black, and pair with flats and a structured bag. Styling ideas here from labels Acler, Rebecca Vallance and Maria Korovilas. ■…

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do turn over a new leaf

Lupita Nyong’o in Elie Saab. Solange Knowles in Pencey. Kendall Jenner in Dolce & Gabbana. Kate Middleton in Prada. Natalia Dyer in Zara. Elle Fanning in Gucci. FOR MORE CELEBS AND THE LATEST TRENDS, VISIT GLAMOUR.CO.ZA. ■…

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do swoon over his style

who would have thought fashion would take this small-town kid around the world?’ So tweeted Stayfly Thrash from the SA Fashion Week front row last year. And it’s surely been quite a journey for this self-described ‘Sartorial Rockstar’, from a conservative small town in Georgia, US.Style wasn’t an interest until an uncle unintentionally sparked his passion. “My uncle spent most of his money on his appearance and he believed in only wearing things once,” he says. As a result, the young Quentin was on the receiving end of multiple hand-me-downs, some of them still brand new.“I got a lot more attention when I started dressing well,” he says, and spurred on by the experience, he began uploading images to social media. Interest from photographers as well as styling commissions…

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