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HELLO! Fashion Monthly June 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.

Country:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Hello! Limited
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hello! fashion monthly

Editor Jill Wanless Editor-at-Large Hilary Alexander Art Director Marion Reilly Features Director Becky Donaldson Assistant Editor (production) Jo Bounds Contributing Fashion Director Jodie Nellist Fashion Editor Rachel Story Shopping Editor Laura Weatherburn Beauty Director Charlotte Jolly Beauty Writer Elle Sixsmith Picture Editor Tijen Denizmen Contributing Sub Editors Elizabeth Lismore, Alice Snape Fashion and Social Media Assistant Charlotte Harney Business Director Kevin Petley Publisher Tamsyn Spires Head of Brand Deborah Field Associate Publisher Circulation & Distribution Roger Williams Circulation Marketing Manager Kate Vaughan-Payne Digital Content Manager Josephine Kidd Associate Brand Director Katie Rose Retail Director Helen Walker Head of Brand Partnerships Kelly Gull Executive Fashion Director Gila Polak Beauty Client Director Stephanie Fisher Client Sales Executive Fabienne Peters Client Creative Solutions Executive Sarah Golisti (maternity leave) Associate Brand Managers Katie Jackson, Helena Murphy Partnerships Content Lead Esther Coombes Senior Marketing Designer/ Production Controller Ashleigh Swaile Senior Digital Brand Manager Kate Miller Digital Content Manager Josie Kidd Project Manager Olivia Lord Project Co-ordinator Lucy…

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welcome

This month we’re celebrating the amazing British high street. Yes, online fashion is thriving, but we all still love the experience of going into a store and walking out with a new purse-friendly purchase that makes us feel fabulous. HFM’s 30-page special is the ultimate edit for SS19, plus the finest high-street wedding looks for brides keeping it real. Also keeping it very real is our beautiful cover star Malaika Firth, who talks candidly about her struggle with mental health. Malaika’s modelling career went stellar when she was catapulted to fame with high-profile campaigns, before suffering from anxiety and then taking time out. Now she’s back and determined to highlight the emotional problems young models face – read her inspiring story.…

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high street issue

CHARLIE Picks up tips from make-up artist Sir John, he’s the man responsible for giving Queen Bey that gorgeous glow! ELLE Hot-footed it to Paris to interview mega model Luma Grothe and hear all about her beauty must-haves. JILL & LAURA Got the coat and cross-body bag memo at LFW wearing Paper London and The Frankie Shop. CHARLOTTE Arranged the shoes extremely neatly for our cover shoot – if only we could keep them all! JO Chatted to model and entrepreneur Lydia Graham about her soon-to-be launched lingerie label. THE TEAM It’s a wrap! We created a Moroccan terrace in an east London studio to shoot the incredible Malaika for our cover. RACHEL Wurking it at fashion week wearing her snakeskin coat from Stand and hot-white-now ankle boots. LAURA Scoured the high street to pick the very best bits for our 30-page special. How cute…

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the wish list

ROSE-TINTED Based on the brand’s iconic range of precious stone rings, these eye-candy shades in pretty pastels will bring the bling to your face this summer. Sunglasses, £465, Pomellato SCENT SURROUND Fill your home with clementine flowers and orange blossom. Diffuser, £65, Jo Malone London AZURE BLUES This summery shade, aptly named Santorini, delivers a breathable film to keep nails healthy. Nail polish, £15.40, Nailberry SHINE ON The plaid shirt gets a girly update with a smattering of tonal sequins across the shoulders. Shirt, £155, Essentiel Antwerp EASY BREEZY These printed flares practically spell summer – swap out your denim and tuck in a white tee. Trousers, £295, Beulah London GET STUFFED For the woman who has everything, this cushion keeps your bag in shape when it’s not in use. Bag cushion, £50, Bagpad SWEET TREAT Organic lemons, crunchy poppy seeds and creamy white choc are a match made…

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the agenda

THE PRINT REPORT ‘BILLOWING BELL SLEEVES AND DELICATE RUFFLES ADD A SWEET SENSIBILITY TO DELPOZO’S CANDY STRIPE CONFECTIONS’ Elaborate swirls, painterly motifs, bold stripes and striking florals – the SS19 catwalks were a rich collage of print and pattern. SPRING STRIPES While stripes, in all of their wildly different iterations are nothing new, the cool ways in which we’ll be wearing them this season are. Take your cue from Delpozo, Halpern and Dries Van Noten and opt for vibrant candy colours – they’ll add verve to casual ensembles and quiet charm to sophisticated renderings. STYLE TIP Chunkier stripes work best in two-tone colourways. Pair with a contrasting lip and everyday sandals for the ultimate high-low look. BOLD FLORALS Every type of floral appeared on the runway this season, but it’s the sizeable, striking Miu Miu kind we’re most…

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the making of malaika

There’s an unmistakable ethereal quality to Malaika Firth as she glides on to the set of her HFM cover shoot. Sans make-up she’s dressed comfortably in cashmere loungewear, hair in a top-knot and she’s all smiles. The model, who broke into the fashion industry in 2011 aged 17, is a heady mix of British, Swiss, Kenyan and Seychellois. “My family is very diverse, it's such a huge story,” she begins in her butter-soft tones – an affable product of her native Swahili tongue. Malaika (pronounced Mal-i-ka) tells us that, contrary to belief, it was actually she who persuaded her mum to let her become a model, after watching fly-on-the-wall documentary The Model Agency in 2011, and not the other way around. “We watched the show as a family and my mum always…

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