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8 Jan

Color, Color, And More Color…

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We’re kicking off 2018 with a fresh wardrobe and chic new style aspirations. With 150 years of fashion and beauty authority, Harper’s BAZAAR editors know exactly which trends will become forever classics and the pieces worth investing in for ageless style. Take note as our editors share their New Year’s style resolutions for a covetable wardrobe and unrivaled fashion sense.

1 Nicole Fritton, Fashion Director

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“Wear more color.”

Calvin Klein 205W39NYC earrings, $840, shopbazaar.com. SHOP

2 Joyann King, Editor, BAZAAR.com

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“The easiest way to combat the winter gloom is with color. I’m embracing bold hues year-round and not just in the summer for constant exuberance.”

3.1 Phillip Lim top, $595, shopbazaar.com. SHOP

3 Cassie Anderson, Senior Fashion Editor

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“I usually...
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8 Jan

Bomb Cyclone Be Damned! 4 Seriously Chic Ways To Layer This Winter

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There are cold, wintry days, and then there are days when you’re hit with a bomb cyclone, or the foot of snow and Arctic chill that ravaged the Northeast this week. In moments like these, fashion tends to take a back seat—no longer will your thin cashmere sweaters and slightly cropped jeans suffice! Or so you thought. In truth, there is an easy way to keep wearing your favorite pieces come snow, sleet, or even bomb cyclones: Instead of layering endlessly outward with puffer jackets and enormous knitwear, turn attention to your base layers. Simply swap your dainty intimates for thicker-grade items, and add a layer of wool, cashmere, or Uniqlo HeatTech between you and your favorite tee. Here, four next-level...
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8 Jan

The 5 Makeup Trends That You’re About To See Everywhere

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In 2017, we said goodbye to the Instagram eyebrow, highlighter that can direct airport traffic, and the harsh contouring that flooded our feeds for the last 365 days. Now it's all about the future of beauty and what 2018 holds. We asked celebrity makeup artist Patrick Ta, who works with Emily Ratajkowski, Bella Hadid, Camila Cabello, to predict the five biggest beauty trends for the new year. Spoiler: Lip gloss is back and it's poppin'. (It's poppin'.)

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Ultra Violet is the color of the year according to Pantone, and Ta also predicts it will be huge for 2018. "Be prepared to see a boom of violet everywhere," says Ta. "Especially pretty on eye’s inner corners." If you're...
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8 Jan

Four London Designers Tell Us How Their Favorite Objects Inspire Them

Photography Mads Perch

Ahead of London Fashion Week Men’s fall/winter 18, Christopher Raeburn, Daniel W. Fletcher, Matthew Miller, and Tourne De Transmission’s Graeme Gaughan share objects of significance with us.

This article was originally published by i-D UK. On the eve of the fall/winter 18 men’s show season, Dalston-based content creators Document Studios divert our attention away from the catwalk to focus on the inner workings of four London-based designers and four objects. “We were keen to share the story behind the story,” Document Studios's David Hellqvist explains. “These designers present their collections, we like them and buy the garments six months later. End of story, right? But there’s more to it than that. What inspires them, how do they work, what objects influence them, what’s...
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8 Jan

Let Pat McGrath’s New Eye Palette And Lipsticks Warm Your Cold Heart

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The holidays may be over, but Pat McGrath is the gift that keeps on giving. The mother of beauty announced two new gorgeous product launches coming soon.
The first is a brand new addition to the Mothership eye shadow palette series. McGrath’s fourth eye palette entitled Mothership IV: Decadence will join McGrath’s Mothership I: Subliminal, Mothership II: Sublime, and Mothership III: Subversive.
“It’s a beautiful new formula that feels creamy and easy to blend,” said McGrath at the launch event in NYC. “One stroke, full pigment, with really insane texture.”

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COURTESY OF PAT MCGRATH LABS
The Decadance palette's packaging is covered in a heavily bejeweled crown. The shadow pigments range from a deep, sea blue to a gold fit for a night at Studio 64. “It’s very...
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8 Jan

Chasing Suburban Dreams With Luna B And Imaan Hammam

Luna wears coat MSGM. Imaan wears gilet Hermès. Dress Pringle. Gloves The Contemporary Wardrobe Collection. Ropes (around waist) stylist’s own. Earrings Balenciaga.

Shot by Oliver Hadlee Pearch and styled by Julia Sarr-Jamois, suburbia never looked so fashion.

This article originally appeared in The Sounding Off Issue, no. 350, Winter 2017.

Coat Balenciaga. Belts (worn around waist) stylist’s own. earrings Balenciaga.
Coat Balenciaga. Belts (worn around waist) stylist’s own. earrings Balenciaga.
Dress and cape Louis Vuitton.
Dress and cape Louis Vuitton.
T-shirt Balmain. Trousers Y/Project. Socks Pantherella. Shoes Gucci.
T-shirt Balmain. Trousers Y/Project. Socks Pantherella. Shoes Gucci.
Rollneck Erika Cavallini. Sunglasses Gucci.
Rollneck Erika Cavallini. Sunglasses Gucci.
Vest James Perse. Jeans Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci.
Vest James Perse. Jeans Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci.
Top Yohji Yamamoto. Gloves The Contemporary Wardrobe Collection. Ropes (worn around waist) stylist’s own. Earrings Balenciaga.
Top Yohji Yamamoto. Gloves The Contemporary Wardrobe Collection. Ropes (worn around waist) stylist’s own. Earrings Balenciaga.
Top and skirt Junya Watanabe. Gloves The Contemporary Wardrobe Collection. Ropes (worn around waist) stylist’s own. Boots Moschino.
Top and skirt Junya Watanabe. Gloves The Contemporary Wardrobe Collection. Ropes (worn around waist) stylist’s own. Boots Moschino.
Swimming costume Araks. Earrings Charlotte Chesnais. Boots Moschino.
Swimming costume Araks. Earrings Charlotte Chesnais. Boots Moschino.
Vest James Perse. Trousers Jeremy Scott. Necklace model’s own.
Vest James Perse. Trousers Jeremy Scott. Necklace model’s own.
Jumper Balenciaga.
Jumper Balenciaga.
Dress Paco Rabanne. Socks Pantherella. Shoes Gucci.
Dress Paco Rabanne. Socks Pantherella. Shoes Gucci.
Coat Diane Von Furstenberg. T-shirt Jeremy Scott. Jeans G-star raw. Boots Miu Miu.
Coat Diane Von Furstenberg. T-shirt Jeremy Scott. Jeans G-star raw. Boots Miu Miu.
Coat Miu Miu. Rollneck Erika Cavallini. Ropes (around waist) stylist’s own. Sunglasses Gucci.
Coat Miu Miu. Rollneck Erika Cavallini. Ropes (around waist) stylist’s own. Sunglasses Gucci.
Top Andreas Konthaler for Vivienne Westwood. Jeans G-Star raw.
Top Andreas Konthaler for Vivienne Westwood. Jeans G-Star raw.
Dress and headpiece Prada. Rollneck Erika Cavallini.
Dress and headpiece Prada. Rollneck Erika Cavallini.
Credits Photography Oliver Hadlee Pearch Styling Julia Sarr-Jamois Hair Jawara at Bryant Artists using TIGI. Make-up Nami Yoshida at Bryant Artists using NARS. Nail technician (for Imaan only) Ama Quashie at CLM. Photography assistance Jack Day. Styling...
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8 Jan

Coconut-Chocolate Mousse

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Choose a chocolate that does not exceed 64% cacao for a mousse with the smoothest texture. If you want the mousse to be fully non-dairy, look for a vegan chocolate bar, though the flavor may differ slightly.

INGREDIENTS

2 5-ounce cans coconut cream, chilled

7 ounces semisweet chocolate, coarsely chopped

½ cup strained aquafaba (from one 15-ounce can chickpeas)

¼ teaspoon cream of tartar

Kosher salt

6 tablespoons coconut or light brown sugar, divided, plus more for serving

Special Equipment

Six 4-ounce ramekins or one 7-inch ramekin

RECIPE PREPARATION Open both cans of coconut cream and poke a hole into cream with a skewer or paring knife, going down to bottom of each can. Pour out all but 2 Tbsp. of the separated coconut liquid. Heat chocolate, 2 Tbsp. coconut cream, and...
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8 Jan

The Controversial American History Of The Canadian Tuxedo

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How did double denim go from a working class staple to a runway (and red carpet) hit?

Is there anything more all-American than all-denim? The Canadian tuxedo was certainly a stateside invention. Back in 1951, according to Levi Strauss, Christmas crooner Bing Crosby was almost denied entry into a fancy Vancouver hotel because he was dressed completely in denim. When Crosby’s friends back home caught wind of the story, they contacted Levi Strauss, who designed an actual denim tuxedo jacket for the singer (complete with an interior “Message to Hotel Staff”). The look would later become as American as apple pie, the Marlboro Man, or Madonna singing a Don McLean song against a ten-foot American flag. Lately, the Canadian tuxedo has been crowding not...
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8 Jan

Coach’s Chic Monograms Just Got Personal

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While adding a personalized touch to a leather bag might usually just involve monogramming or adding on a tag with your initials on it, Coach is about to take customization to a whole new level. Unveiling online and in 88 stores across the U.S. and Canada, Coach Create allows customers to make leather bags unique by adding Tea Rose applique, rivets, pins, and monograms. By simply customizing online or with the help of a Coach Craftsman in select stores, bags can be personalized by changing the leather strap, adding a tie-on scarf, or a bag charm. Eye-catching details, including monograms, hangtags, Tea Rose applique, Western-inspired rivets, and Souvenir pins can also serve as chic additions to leather items. Customers will also have the...
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