HELLO! Fashion Monthly

HELLO! Fashion Monthly March 2020

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.

United Kingdom
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9 Issues

in this issue

1 min.

This month’s cover star shot to fame when she was casually hanging out at Coachella festival with a friend. A photographer took her picture, it went viral and suddenly Charlotte D’Alessio was thrust into the fashion limelight. She now hangs out with supermodels like Kaia Gerber and is causing quite a stir on the red carpet for her feline looks. The Canadian beauty is a modern-day social media phenomenon and the perfect muse to showcase this season’s new looks. We’re predicting you’ll be embracing neon, nomad and polka dots as the spring trends sweep in. Plus, we speak to Mary Katrantzou at the launch of her SS20 collection in Athens and talk wellness with inspirational boxing champion Ramla Ali. Enjoy!…

1 min.
trends issue

Marion Got a cheeky selfie with model Charlotte D’Alessio on our cover shoot in south London. Elle Uncovered the best facial peels to give you the ultimate peachy glow for spring. Jill Teamed up with brand stylist Maddy at a Hobbs reader event, while wearing the brand’s latest looks. Becky Took off for a flight of fancy to Lime Wood for the night with Deichmann shoes – that’s how we roll! Rachel Ticked SS20’s volume sleeve and acid bright trend in her lime green Amazon Fashion dress. Fran Captured some behind-the-scenes action on our trends shoot, including this Preen chiffon dress. Laura Found the cutest polka dot beaded bag from V by Very for her Top Ten page in Luxe for Less. Kelly Visited Ceylon Tea Trails in Sri Lanka wearing the prettiest ditsy floral dress by Sleeper and a Loewe basket.…

2 min.
the wish list

SPRING BLING The perfect dress-up partner to jeans once the weather starts to warm up. Invest now and wear all season long. Heels, £975, Manolo Blahnik OUR VOTE In Suffragette colours – violet for dignity and green for hope – profits go to Women’s Aid. Pinky ring, £360, Dinny Hall FLOWER POWER This floral tea dress is ideal for wearing with everything from knee-high boots to trainers. Dress, £120, Ghost BALMY DAYS This printed cotton skirt will look super chic with a crisp white shirt. Skirt, £595, Three Graces London x Zandra Rhodes KING OF CLUBS This statement cushion is inspired by vintage playing cards. Cushion, £110, Christian Lacroix at Designers Guild PEARLY PRINCESS Handmade from gold-plated silver and delicate freshwater pearls. Pearl earrings, £485, Pacharee from net-a-porter.com TIE DYE Made from sustainable fibres, the brand also distributes 90 per cent of profits to charity. T-shirt, £60, Ninety Percent LOVED UP This…

2 min.
the agenda

THE TREND REPORT From reinventing wardrobe classics to embracing the drama of floor-sweeping gowns – we introduce the eight key trends for the season ahead… GARDEN PARTY From pretty patchwork pumps to rose-dotted dresses, the best spring fashion is garden-party appropriate say Dior, Stella McCartney and Prabal Gurung. For a new season take on the trend, mix-and-match contrasting floral prints with patchwork gingham and macrame. Bouquet headgear optional. WILD, WILD WEST Paco Rabanne presented the most extravagantly appealing incarnation of the elevated Western trend with its bibbed button-down dresses and souped-up double-denim. Elsewhere, the trend was far more literal. Dion Lee had bandana-print dresses, while YCH introduced the stetson as an everyday staple. Yee-haw! NEW WAVE NEON In past seasons, during the reign of Phoebe Philo’s sleek minimalism, designers turned a blind eye to such bold displays…

11 min.
insta model

When Charlotte D’Alessio attended the Coachella music festival in 2015, she was scouted three times: twice by two different model agencies and once (most crucially) by social media – the latter changing her world overnight. The 16-year-old Beverly Hills High student had attended the event with best friend Josie Canseco, daughter of major league baseball player José Canseco and his former wife, model Jessica. It was while the duo were dancing; wearing cut-off denim shorts, flash tattoos, bracelets layered up theirs arms and pink vest tops, that photographer Bryant Eslava, who is acclaimed for his pictures of photogenic festival and party-goers, spotted them. He uploaded a sun-drenched hippy-inspired shot of the girls to his Instagram feed, which had just under a million followers at the time; but now has four million, it instantly…

2 min.
ones to watch

MILO MARIA Launched in 2017, London-based womenswear label Milo Maria mixes menswear tailoring techniques with feminine fluidity. Already spotted on Jourdan Dunn, Leomie Anderson and Lady Gaga, and known for its bold leather tailoring, this season the collection is softened with pieces in delicate chiffon, feathers and tactile fringing. Prices from £179 POAN Short for People of all Nations, after JA Hammerton’s book, which inspired founder of the brand, Georg Weissacher – previously head of menswear at Vivienne Westwood – to bring it to life in his own label. With a store in London’s Soho there are six capsule collections per year, which explore a certain topic. This collection, entitled Bacchus, is inspired by Arthur Schnitzler’s novel Dream Story, which revolves around a relationship in turmoil over their secret desires. Expect plenty of drama,…