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HELLO! Fashion Monthly April/May 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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9 Issues


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We like to think that every issue of Hello! Fashion Monthly is special, but this one will take some beating. Legendary photographer, and personal hero of mine, Tim Walker shot our striking cover with model Edie Campbell and her BFF artist Christabel MacGreevy. Their fledgling fashion brand Itchy Scratchy Patchy collaborated with some of the biggest names in the industry to create a wonderland of graphic art and self-expression. We handed the duo the reigns for our accessory special cover shoot and we were blown away by the results. Inside, we showcase the most eye-catching accessory trends for SS19, from Miu Miu to Mango, celebrating every glorious detail. Bag, shoe and bijoux lovers prepare to be wooed!…

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accessories issue

BECKY Meets the Bros twins Matt and Luke when they visit Hello! Towers to show their support for our #HelloToKindness campaign. ELLE Falls in love with the new Dior Addict Stellar Shine lipstick in shade 439 since discovering it on this month’s beauty shoot. JO Chats to activist and model Adwoa Aboah at the launch party of the new Range Rover Evoque in east London. MARION Has a ball prepping for our accessories still-life shoot after finding the perfect pink. CHARLIE Discovers the ace of bases in our foundation beauty shoot with our beautiful model Ayanna. THE TEAM Make sure model Margaux is camera ready for our accessories trends shoot. CHARLOTTE Channels the minimalist accessories trend with her fave ATP Atelier cross-body bag. LAURA Hits the slopes and practises the art of layering in a Colmar puffa jacket and Ganni scarf on a skiing trip…

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the wish list

THE LAST STRAW These chic raffia mules are set to be our live-in shoe this summer. They’re perfect to take you straight from poolside to party. Shoe, £475, Zyne BEACH READY The square neckline and super chic belt make this the most flattering swimsuit out there. Swimsuit, £270, Evarae PINA COLADA This stone pineapple is subtle enough to layer with other chains. Necklace, £220, Catherine Zoraida MELLOW YELLOW Seventies lemon shades are still having a moment. These golden tinted specs are cooler than cool. Sunglasses, £335, Moscot LINEN LOVE The muted shade, pretty pattern and cinched-in waist make for a seriously flattering summer frock. Dress, £45, Asos FLUFF FACTOR Aptly named the Bon-bon, this lambswool bag is guaranteed to inject a playful edge. Bag, £150, Charlotte Simone KNIT WIT Cardis have had a comeback and this is top of our shopping list. Cardigan, £450, Dorothee Schumacher FLORAL SCENT The spring blooms in…

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the agenda

TREND REPORT From crafty 70s bags to hyper-feminine shoes, these are the ten accessory trends you need to know about for SS19 TOTALLY TRANSPARENT In the age of oversharing, no accessory gets the job done quite like a clear bag or shoe. Make like Brandon Maxwell and slip a bottle of bubbly into a see-through tote. TO THE MAX In this Insta world, it is the embellished and outright kooky that grab our attention most, and the catwalks have cottoned onto this. From the rebirth of Fendi’s baguette bag, complete with parrot print and embroidered flowers, to Dolce & Gabbana’s opulent headgear – if it works for the ‘gram… STYLE TIP You’ll have to adopt a more-is-more attitude when it comes to layering. Think pom-poms, fringing, scarf prints – the lot. MODERN MINIMALISM Thanks to brands like By Far,…

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a step ahead

Despite her relaxed demeanour what strikes you instantly about Kurt Geiger’s chief creative officer, Rebecca Farrar-Hockley, is that everything she executes is considered, albeit accompanied by a good dose of luck. Like when she fell into her first retail job by accident. “When I left university I needed to earn some money desperately; so I started temping at Selfridges – I didn’t leave for 11 years,” she tells us, explaining how she moved up via the company’s management training scheme, eventually becoming a buyer – “it just happened,” she says. We meet Rebecca at Kurt Geiger’s London headquarters, a slick red modernist building accessed through a blink-and-you’llmiss-it passage in Clerkenwell’s Britton Street. “We moved here about seven years ago,” she explains. “We were in the same offices for ages on Bermondsey Street, next…

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off the scale