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GRAZIA
WE SALUTE THE BRAVE WHISTLEBLOWERS
Christine Blasey Ford, the professor accusing
US Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of
sexual assault (which he strenuously denies), stood
up in front of the Senate last week and, with a
nervous dignity, told her story to the world. Ford
says it?s her civic duty, but in giving her testimony
she put herself in the iring line ? her family has
had to move house because of death threats. But
her story resonates with victims of sexual assault
everywhere. And on the one-year anniversary of
#MeToo, we couldn?t be witnessing a more stark
reminder of the importance of a movement that
encourages victims to come forward with their
stories of past abuse by powerful men.
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NEW IN
NICKI AND
LEWIS
Maybe dating
Maybe not.
Inciting much
internet specu
Filling the ?K
Hawes really
dead in Bodyg
then? conspir
theory void?
5. NON MOVER
JARED LE
CHARLIE
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Hapless leeting
love interest of
the relentlessly,
delightfully
murderous Vil
in Killing Eve.
Delicieuse.
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NON-MOVER
CHRISSY
TEIGEN
Last week reve
she had sex wit
John Legend o
their irst date,
doesn?t care wh
knows it. Our
kind of woman
In a be-tas
embroider
kimono an
hiking boo
with full Je
hair and be
because W
THE HEL
2.UP
RAHUL BAKE OFF
We don?t know much
about baking; inding
that both bread and cakes
are available in shops
rather put us of it. But
Rahul?s gonna win, right?
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NON-MOVE
DAVE CHAPPELLE
Excellent comic,
cameos in Gaga?s A
Star Is Born, which
reminded us how
hot he is, in addition
to being funny and
naughty. Got the sexy
tooth gap thing going.
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UP
7. UP
DIVORCED
WOMEN
ARYA STARK
Ater whom so many
actual real-life babies
have been named
lately, Arya is
predicted to be 18th
most popular girls?
name of 2018. (Side
note: 76 baby girls
were named Khaleesi
last year. 76.)
Much happier
than divorced men,
according to a new
survey. It?s sort of
oddly cheering, if
you think about it.
CHART O
4. NEW IN
T
WHO
we?re
loving
and
living
for this
week
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UP
JIM McDONALD
How to explain
our curious and
enduring ixation on
Coronation Street?s
repeat-returner
blundering charmer
clich� of an Irishman?
Honestly, we can?t.
It is what it is.
10. NEW IN
TOMASZ KOT
Actor, star of Cold
War, which we
haven?t seen yet,
though a trusted
friend assures us it?s
terribly good and
we?d deinitely
fancy Tomasz.
POLLY
VERNON
by female protesters at various demos, which
I thought was cool; I also thought it was cool
? funny! ? when my mate swaddled his baby
daughter up, handmaid-style, for Instas. Had
I had the chance to assess the Yandy costume
(where the red cape is slit to the thigh, styled
with ishnets), before it got Twitter-damned
to hell ?n? back, I would?ve declared that cool,
too. Why? Because you have to appreciate
what the original costume symbolises before
you can subvert it into something sexy,
which doubles down on that original
symbolism via irony, while also making it
funny, because of irreverence, which I adore,
but social media takes a dim view of, because
why be irreverent when you could be
po-faced, joyless and pseudo-sincere?
Oh, feminist Twitter was ablaze about
Sexy Handmaid! ?No, no, no, no, no, no!?
said one. ?here?s nothing like ighting the
patriarchy by sexualising a show about
misogyny and rape,? said another. A third
called it ?tone deaf ?, a phrase that gives me
the willies because it implies anyone doing,
thinking or feeling anything that doesn?t
align with whatever half-arsed groupconceived moral stance is making the rounds
on Facebook that day must be cast out.
But he Handmaid?s Tale is made up,
iction, a story! I thought. Who exactly is
being diminished, ofended here? he nonexistent women of non-existent Gilead,
a non-existent nation in a non-existent
dystopian future, where no one actually
wears red capes ?n? bonnets, or is repeatedly
raped, because IT?S. NOT. REAL? But
Yandy apologised and disappeared the
outit; and my soul shrank further still.
of
the reviled ?sexy
Handmaid?s Tale?
Halloween outfit
tells you EVERYTHING
THE STORY
UPS
you need to know about Twitter morality
and righteous indignation in the modern
age. And it?s depressing. One more thing
making me wonder if I can even call
myself a feminist any more.
It started when an online costumier made
a sexed-up version of the red cape and white
bonnet costume worn by Elisabeth Moss
and her colleagues-in-reproductive-slavery
in the brilliant TV adaptation of Margaret
Atwood?s brilliant novel. If you haven?t
watched he Handmaid?s Tale, OMG, do!
For context: it?s set in a world in which most
women are infertile, so the handful who
aren?t are enslaved, dressed in red capes and
white bonnets, raped by socially elevated
masters and forced to carry resulting
pregnancies to term. he show was a wild hit
among the woke ? as well as the non-woke
(people like me, capable of appreciating the
political subtext on ine drama without
making a big, fat deal about it). he red-capewhite-bonnet optic was promptly co-opted
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LEOPARD COAT
Just diferent
enough to be
dead exciting.
Exclusively on Net.
The best I?ve
seen on the
high street so far.
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EARRINGS
JEANS
What, no Bodyguard?
Bereft, I am. It?s like
the aftermath of Love
Island all over again.
Still cool,
TBF *, but I?m
beginning to feel
bracelets, too.
I?m starting to
think a checked
trouser might be
the new them.
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RIXO LONDON
+ LAURA JACKSON
Specifically the Zadie
maxidress, which
I?d like in XS.
DOWNS
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SUNDAY NIGHTS
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DRESSED IN ANOTHER gown
by Givenchy, the label that created her
wedding dress, Meghan Markle arrived
at the Royal Academy of Arts to give her
irst solo engagement as a royal last week.
And we saw a duchess hard at work:
rubbing noses with a guest in a Maori
greeting (ahead of her and Prince Harry?s
trip to New Zealand later this month) and
shaking hands with her now familiar warmth.
But, only days later, it emerged that Harry
and Meghan had secretly been on a very
diferent kind of engagement. According to
reports, the couple took a private trip to
Amsterdam days earlier for the A-list launch
of Soho House. hey are said to have dined
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mayne at the members? club
usly where they irst met),
ooth and Simon Pegg also in
ey danced at the ater-party
enjoyed Sunday brunch,
. ?here was no VIP area
ted to chat with Meghan or
d. hey were very relaxed
in,? an insider revealed.
rst time Meghan has
with the A-list. Grazia
reveal that the pair made
trip three weeks ago, to
Saturday with George and
at their Berkshire home.
s summer, the royals quietly
weekend break at the
ke Como summer house.
fully blended mix of royal
ts and a glamorous, of-duty
y the balance Meghan has
trike ever since quitting her
actor and starting afresh as
er of the royal family,? says
ell-placed source. ?She has
Meghan Markle
undertook her irst
solo engagement
last week, just as
it was revealed she
had earlier jetted
of to Amsterdam
to party with the
A-list. Grazia
reports on the tale
of two duchesses...
happily given up her former life and home
in Toronto for Harry. But she has said she
is determined not to leave everything
behind. Her A-list life, and guarding the
friends that came with that, is top priority.?
Indeed, it?s been noted at Kensington
Palace that Meghan and Harry ?are mapping
out a remarkably glamorous life, even by
royal standards?, as one insider puts it. Last
month, Serena Williams revealed that she
and Meghan were in almost daily contact
and had been leaning on each other in
recent weeks as they both navigated testing
times. Rumours are also swirling about the
possibility of Meghan attending the next
high-proile wedding. No, not Princess
Eugenie?s this month (where Meghan will
be a guest), but that of her close friend
Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas, who are
expected to have two ceremonies, both
attended by an uber A-list crowd.
According to insiders, this is ?yet more
evidence that Meghan is determined to do
things her own way?. Indeed, last week,
ahead of an engagement with Harry at
Loughborough University, Meghan lew
in her close friend Daniel Martin from the
US to do her make-up. He later wrote in a
now-deleted Instagram post, ?Spent some
QT with my friend yesterday? Couldn?t be
more proud of you lady.? Similarly, when
she launched her charity cookbook
Together (believed to have been her own
idea), to raise funds for the victims of
Grenfell, her mother Doria lew into town
to support her. ?It was unprecedented,? said
a royal source. ?But Meghan has made it
clear she wants her mother to be kept close.?
So determined is Meghan to ensure her
mother will be able to spend more time in
London, Grazia can also reveal that she?s
found Doria a lat. ?Doria will stay in a lat
in a smart block within walking distance of
the couple?s Kensington Palace home. It?s
in a quiet alley to ensure both Doria and
Meghan can come and go discreetly. It?s a
huge relief to Meghan to know that her
mother can be so close,? says a second source.
Last month, we reported that Meghan
had been let isolated by her royal
existence and had been forced to cull her
friendship group to keep only the most
trusted conidantes. But Meghan is also
thought to ind some of Harry?s longstanding high-society friends tricky,
because their behaviour doesn?t always
chime with her lifestyle.
?here is a feeling that Meghan might
not be able to keep up with Harry?s party
Left: Meghan arrives
at the Royal Academy
of Arts last week.
Below: her charity
cookbook; her A-list
friends, the Clooneys
WORDS HANNAH FLINT
AND HARRIET KEAN
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MEGHAN DANCED
UNTIL MIDNIGHT,
HAD SUNDAY
BRUNCH, THEN
FLEW HOME
set. At a raucous bash he held at their
Nottingham Cottage, which went on into
the early hours, guests began to dance on
the tables and raid the freezer for ice cream.
But the revelry was cut short because
Meghan was asleep upstairs. She has a very
diferent set of friends and focuses on cleanliving, eating well and doing yoga at her
own studio at home, where she has private
lessons,? one source recently told Grazia.
At the weekends, the royal couple have
been decamping to their rented cottage
in the Cotswolds village of Tew. ?It?s so
hidden away even the locals are confused
about where the unmarked entrance is,?
the source adds. ?heir neighbours include
David and Victoria Beckham and it?s just
a stone?s throw from Soho Farmhouse, the
Soho House ofshoot. hey?re regulars and
enjoy how private they can be there.?
?For a royal, she really is having the best
of both worlds; and doing a pretty good
job of striking a balance between her duties
and everything that entails,? said royal
biographer Katie Nicholl. ?All of these
things are a clear signal that she?s been
allowed to do things diferently. I think
the royal family recognise that in Meghan
they?ve got a very independent, successful,
intelligent royal. hey trust her, and
so far it?s been a great success.?
Now the couple are looking ahead to
their irst overseas royal tour to Australia,
Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand, when they
will be away for more than two weeks.
?Meghan is very much aware that all eyes
will be on her, in terms of her style, her
behaviour and how she interacts with
everyone she meets there,? said an insider.
?here is no doubt she?ll put her own mark
on this tour. Within Kensington Palace,
it?s been noted that she is a deeply warm,
spiritual person and makes a huge efort to
really connect with the people she meets
on engagements. No one is in any doubt
that she will make a huge success of this.?
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W hy t he
duc he s s
won?t dre s s
dow n
REBECCA LOWTHORPE ,
GR A ZIA FASHION
DIRECTOR
The world turned on its axis
last week, when the Duchess
of Sussex closed her own car
door. She was attending the
opening of Oceania at the
Royal Academy of Arts on
her ?rst solo public outing
and wore a sleek black
Givenchy dress that cost
�510. The day before, she
attended the Coach Core
Awards at Loughborough
University and wore a navy
blue, asymmetric-hemmed
Oscar de la Renta top
(�636), black Altuzarra
trousers (�5) and ?
shocker ? high heels, while
being thrown netballs in front
of the global media. (Nice
catch by the way, Meghan.)
Cue the hoo-hahs of dissent
about her polished and pricey
wardrobe versus what was
apparently expected ? a
dressed-down duchess.
What? No ?ats, ripped jeans
and boyfriend shirt, as she
wore for her ?rst public
appearance with Prince Harry
at the Invictus Games in
Canada? Well, no, of course
not. That was a year ago,
when the duchess was
Meghan, pre-Firm, pre-royal,
pre-chauffeur. As for her
latest work uniforms of
chicness, they convey the
deepest respect for her role.
These clothes are her
armour, her security, her
weapons. Do they say she is
elevated and above us? Yes,
that too. She is a duchess,
after all. A newly anointed
one at that. After seven years
in pearls and custom-made
McQueen, her sister-in-law
the Duchess of Cambridge
has earned the right to wear
trainers and roll around on
the grass at the polo in
high-street brands with the
kids if she so likes ? and
don?t we all like her the
better for it? But our latest
duchess isn?t there yet; she?s
only just begun to build her
royal identity. Along with
her Te?on-coated con?dence.
And who of us can deny
the power of professional
elegance? Especially in hers
? the most intensely watched
and pressurised of all
environments?
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ALL BE
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MILAN?S
VERSACE
PHILOSOPHY DI LORENZO SERAFINI
MOSCHINO
PR ADA
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DESIGNER DECADES
WORDS REBECCA LOW THORPE
if designers in milan
are known for one thing, it?s
delivering the trends ? and they
didn?t disappoint last week.
heir ability to ind commerce in
creativity, cut through the noise
and sieve the winners is what
makes these brands so vital to
the fashion system. So, what will
we all be wearing next spring?
Which decade do you prefer? ?60s? ?70s? ?80s?
he latter was served up in deliciously witty
form by Jeremy Scott, a child of the ?80s. He
based his collection on a recurring nightmare
in which he rolls up to his show only to ind
there are no clothes. Hence his ?80s power
suits were printed with furious pen marks,
as if they?d just been dashed of backstage.
One model resembled a giant pair of scissors,
another a measuring tape, while two more
held bolts of fabric that unfurled as trains as
they swept down the runway. Want a more
romantic take on that decade? See Lorenzo
Seraini?s Philosophy show for big-shouldered
tafeta tops, polka-dot lace and high-waisted
mom jeans. As for the ?70s, Donatella
Versace?s opening looks ? orange leather, printclash stripes, checks and knee-high boots ?
will suice. And for a rule-breaking take on the
polite codes of the ?60s, head to Prada. ?I want
to break the rules of classic,? said Miuccia,
who subverted the era?s stereotypes. Crisp
shirts had peekaboo holes in the front, prim
sweaters had holes in the back. here were
A-line skirts and gold-buttoned princess
coats, high-neck tops and pedal-pushers.
Her favourite, she said, was the T-shirt dress:
MANTRA
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Milan is traditi
full of polish an
glamour, but su
glossiness, all g
to be immacula
mass-produced
can sometimes
A L L T H E B R OW N S
Still here. And for good reason: if Milan
is sticking with all hues of brown for next
spring, it?s because you?ve been buying
them. And we all know why: they look
delicious and latter any skin tone.
he update is how to mix them. See
Max Mara?s intermingling of beige, taupe,
honey, khaki and pops of searing yellow
i
k F
amo?s standout show
olivey-brown. Fendi
watering suedes in all
olate with punches of
new shade alert! Tod?s
pink.
TRENCH
NS
esigners turned
rologists? hey were
y telling us something
THE
NEW
TRENCH
SPORTMA X
HOMESPU
IS SEXY
MISSONI
What clothes? It was all about molto
merchandise in Milan: bags! Shoes! Hats!
Gloves! Earrings! Worn all at once! So,
which brand did it best? PRADA. Back
on form in every way, particularly in the
accessories department, with the most
unlikely front-runners: pop socks (trust
me, they look crazily chic) and, please
note: You. Will. Want. A. Prada.
Headband. Make Miuccia?s chunky satin
halos your crowning glory. When it comes
to bags, think twice about resembling a
pack horse ? as so many models did in
Milan, weighed down by multi-bagging,
the trend that got out of control. Most
sophist? Look out for Tod?s new rendition
of its classic D-Bag. Fendi also reissued
its famous Baguette ? lavishly embellished,
of course ? but the brand?s new utility
tool belts are totally 2019. Jil Sander,
meanwhile, won in the biggest bag
category with the most ginormous totes,
closely followed by Alberta Ferretti?s swag
bags. As for designer trainers, you know
they?re not going away when everyone
from Giorgio Armani (sparkling sock
trainers) to Donatella Versace ? think
supermodels prancing on bubble soles ?
sends them down the runway. he most
ridiculously luxurious, however, were
found at Jimmy Choo: crystal-encrusted
sneakers with diamond-faceted resin
soles. hey drop on 25
cost �795.
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hing, then, to
see two design houses
serve up collections
that had been crated b
human hand ? glorious
imperfections and all. C
Francesco Risso at Marni, a hot talent
whose show set was a fashion dormitory
? we all sat on beds, the same bed as Anna
Wintour, no less. His collection looked as
if it had been put together in an artist?s
garret, not a clinical fashion studio, with
raw canvas toiles, uninished hems and the
occasional scattering of grandma?s jewels.
Leather coats were sploshed with paint and
dresses naively printed. Likewise, the
Missonis, marking 65 years of masterful
knitting, celebrated with a collection that
put the human touch front and centre.
Michael Nyman, who played piano in the
background, may have lost his music in the
wind (we were on a rootop), but those
delicate cobwebby knits never looked
lovelier swishing in the breeze. Oh to be the
woman with the bohemian lifestyle who
slinks around in Missoni?s zig-zag knits.
S A LVAT O R E F E R R A G A M O
and embellished with jewels ? and with
that she brought the ?60s bang up to date.
GO TON A L
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Carla Bruni (left), Isabella
Rossellini with daughter
Elettra and grandson
Ronin (below) and
Ashley Graham (bottom)
at Dolce & Gabbana
te at
night and too far; but how privileged and
spoilt we are! Especially to be fast-tracked
through security, champagne in hand, and
sit comfortably on raised stands to see the
action on the thousand-foot catwalk and
giant video screens. It was quite a moment
for Mr Armani, who sent forth men
and women, some 170 exits, that at
80-something showed his tireless stamina
for creating new and youthful looks out
of his Emporio style arsenal. For the great
democratiser, it was also a way of opening
fashion up to the public ? Armani
devotees won tickets to the event, as
did Robbie?s fan club.
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wardrobe, darling. Waistcoat-jacket-coat
or double-jacketing is a ?thing?. Ermanno
Scervino nailed this.
?My name is Robbie fucking Williams. You
may remember me from the early ?90s.? So
said the entertainer when he performed
live at the Emporio Armani show ? held,
insanely enough, in a giant aircrat hangar
at Linate Airport. he one that has
displayed the designer?s name and logo
since 1996 ? lest anyone forget who?s boss
in town. Oh, how the fashion industry
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1 0 H OT _STORIES
Last week, Weight Watchers announced it
was rebranding to WW, signalling a more
holistic approach. But when did it become
so shameful to say you simply want to
lose some weight, asks Polly Dunbar
BEFORE MY recent holiday
3
26
to Mallorca, I realised, while
trying on a normally trusty pair
of shorts, that I?d put on weight.
I knew why: during those glorious weeks
of sunshine over the summer, I?d skipped
from barbecues to al-fresco ros� sessions
with all the carefree abandon of someone
with the metabolism of a teen supermodel.
Sadly, that someone is not me, so
I did what I always do when I want
to lose a few pounds. I went on a diet.
A diet? hat?s not a word you hear
very oten in 2018. Our current obsession
with holistic wellness and body positivity
has loaded it with connotations of
outdated beauty standards, deprivation
and self-loathing. It?s become pass� ?
shameful, even ? to admit you?re on
a diet. Hence Weight Watchers, the
grande dame of the slimming club world
for the past 55 years, is dropping the
?weight? from its name and rebranding
CEO of ?WW? Mindy Grossman
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ABOUT
DIETS
itself as WW. CEO Mindy Grossman said
in a statement that the company remains
?committed to always being the best weight
management program on the planet?, but
that it also wants people to focus on eating
healthily, exercising and having a more
positive mind-set.
his is all very zeitgeist-embracing, but
people go to Weight Watchers for one
reason: to lose weight. So, why has it
become taboo to admit that sometimes,
when we know we?ve been overindulging
and our clothes feel uncomfortably tight,
it isn?t meditation we?re ater, but a plan
that helps us cut back on pizza and cake?
OK, we all know diets are problematic.
he average dieter in Britain starts four
new diets a year, losing an average of 3kg
before gaining the weight back again.
Adopting a healthy lifestyle in the longterm is better for us than a cycle of getting
on and of the short-term dieting wagon.
And, of course, as Jameela Jamil pointed
out in her brilliant iWeigh campaign, there
are far more important ways to measure
our worth than by a number on the scales.
But, the reality is, most women I know
? including me ? do diet occasionally. We
all have our own, perfectly valid reasons:
because we like looking a certain way, or
we want to get back into a nice dress, or we
ind dropping a few pounds gives us more
energy. It?s just that nowadays, rather than
admit what we?re doing, we oten say we?re
on a ?health kick? or trying to ?eat more
healthily?. We?re worried that if we say
we?re dieting it?s like admitting we?re bad
feminists, who can?t accept ourselves as we
are. What we?re doing is the same, though
? we?re reducing the amount we eat. It?s
boring and involves self-restraint, but it
works. And if it?s done in a healthy way,
what?s wrong with that?
Personally, I?d rather join a club that
promises to help me lose weight than one
that cloaks the issue in concern about my
wellbeing. Let?s call a diet what it is and
stop feeling ashamed. We are entitled to do
whatever we want with our own bodies ?
and sometimes, what we want is to be able
to it into our favourite pair of shorts.
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SECRET
FRIEND
WITH K
REEVES!
EVER SINCE Angelina Jolie triggered
an explosive divorce battle two years ago,
it?s been widely reported that Hollywood
has sided with Brad Pitt (the actor has
maintained close friendships with A-list
power couples, including George and
Amal Clooney, and was greeted with
supportive cheers when he presented an
award at the Golden Globes last year).
But Grazia can reveal that Angelina
does have at least one A-list ally. According
to LA-based insiders, Angelina has formed
an unlikely friendship with Keanu Reeves
? with the pair even going on holiday
together in Greece last summer, along
with two of Angelina?s children.
It?s understood that they irst bonded
when Angelina moved into the same
Los Feliz compound as Keanu?s mother,
Patricia Taylor, in July 2017 (Angelina?s
sprawling $24 million mansion is not
far from Brad, who remains in the
family?s former home in LA). Within
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The A-listers are
said to have travelled
to the Greek island
of Paxos together
THEY BONDED
AS NEIGHBOURS
? A NATURAL
FRIENDSHIP
STARTED FORMING
to talk to fans, but if I want to rest and
live some private moments, I know how
to do that. Sometimes, a hat and a pair
of sunglasses are enough. I love the food,
the sun, the sea and the story [of Greece].
Nowhere else have I felt so calm?.
Last week, Angelina returned to work
on the set of new ilm he Kept, about
a woman whose husband is murdered.
It comes ater a summer of turmoil for
Angelina, 43, in her never-ending divorce
battle with Brad. At the last count, she
was ordered to give him more visitation
rights and was warned that she faced
d joint custody, despite
d for full physical
ldren since the
negotiations.
He was rumoured to
mystery woman earlier
ut now, like Angelina,
ved to be single.
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rough a lot with the
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just a few short weeks, Keanu and
Angelina had become so close that they
secretly travelled to the Greek island
of Paxos together, apparently so that
Angelina could ind some ?calm? amid
her diicult divorce proceedings.
Greek media reported the pair arrived
in Preveza on a luxury yacht and travelled
to Parga and the Acheron River. ?Two
well-known actors, accompanied by
bodyguards, arrived with a boat in Parga
and from there leased a vehicle,? wrote one
Greek online news website. ?Angelina
Jolie, with her two followers, went to
Acheron?s horses and made the usual
stroll. Nobody realised they were famous
Hollywood stars.? A Trip Advisor user
named Jodie E also spotted the pair;
she claims that Angelina used he
Pony Club?s services during the trip.
?Angelina Jolie and her entourage
were there the day we went, so it?s
visited by the stars,? she wrote online.
So how did Angelina and Keanu get
so close? ?hey bonded as neighbours in
the ultra-private area that Angelina and
Patricia live in,? says one insider. ?Angelina
and Keanu have never worked together
and didn?t really get to know each other
until last year. But everyone knows
that Keanu is one of the nicest
most down-to-ear
Hollywood. He is
to his mum and vi
a lot, so a really na
friendship started
forming with Ang
Perhaps tellingl
Keanu, 54, told
journalists in 2013
that Paxos was wh
he went when he
wanted ?to go
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THE FUTURE?S BRIGHT
NEON IS HAPPENING. If you?ve
ventured on to the high street recently,
or looked online, you?ll know this already,
of course ? because these highlighter hues
are literally impossible to miss. And
yet, for such an attention-commanding
trend, neons have been something of a
slow-burn for IRL wear.
Just a few weeks ago, the ultimate
neon champion was Kim Kardas
who, in the space of a few days,
sported acid-green hair, a barely
there Barbie pink dress (right) an
hi-vis yellow Versace at a Miami
wedding (side note: wearing neo
to someone else?s nuptials might
be the new wearing white ? aka t
ultimate bride-upstaging faux pa
Now, however, it seems many
women are considering this pow
palette. he always-appropriate
Olivia Palermo, for example, who
was seen wearing an acid-green
trim on a tailored white jacket
(top). Or actress Alexis Bledel (fa
right), who disrupted a saccharin
blush-pink Delpozo gown with a
sweep of yellow at this year?s Em
Meanwhile, Blake Lively (centre) recently
commanded attention in an acid green
Versace menswear suit while out in NYC.
he rise of understated neons has made
us ponder the questions: 1) Can you wear
neon in winter? And 2) Can you wear neon
if you?re not a raging attention-seeker? he
answer to both is an airmative yes. Peppy
accessories are the easiest place to start.
the street-style set, it?s Prada
that are working overtime. (See
el Adwoa Aboah in pink satin
u Miu with Prada lame-appliqu�
heels at fashion week, right.)
?I deinitely credit Miuccia
Prada for bringing it back. he
fashion crowd has all bought into
her neon nylon in some shape
or form. We?ve seen her bright
ouches and Neon Dream wedges
ll incredibly well for us,? says
lizabeth von der Goltz, the global
uying director at Net-A-Porter.
hey are the perfect ?pop? to all the
autiful neutrals that we are seeing
urrently. Les R陃eries? neon-yellow
urtleneck under any camel
uit, and the new Wandler bags
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in bright neon or with neon trim are the
perfect fun addition to any look.? hink of
them like fashion central heating ? a blast
of a hi-vis shade is the easiest way to add a
little heat to cool winter hues.
?here?s no reason neon can?t be
sophisticated,? agrees Isa Arfen?s Seraina
Sama. ?But what you wear it with is
essential ? it?s all in the mix. I am a big
fan of highlighter pink with tobacco.?
According to Seraina, cut and fabric are
also key. ?Ladylike silhouettes are essential
and luxe, natural-feel farbics work best.?
So, instead of going for second-skin cuts
in shiny materials, opt for generous
proportions and tactile textures, like
languid silks and super-sot knits.
he trend shows no sign of slowing
down, with luoros all over the spring/
summer 2019 catwalks: a lash of zingy
yellow pants under a sheer loral dress at
Dries Van Noten; lurid green roll necks
under natty skirt-suits at Rejina Pyo;
colour-block dresses like a pencil case of
highlighters at Prabal Gurung; and acidic
tie-dyes at Prada ? all perfect examples of
the wearable, thoughtful brands tapping
into the trend. Resistance, it seems, is futile.
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? WE MUST
NEVER
FORGET THE
77 KILLED BY
BREIVIK?
WORDS: SOPHIE GODDARD
NEXT WEEK, the Paul Greengrass-
directed ilm 22 July is released,
documenting Norway?s deadliest terror
attack since World War II. On that date in
2011, right-wing extremist Anders Behring
Breivik detonated a bomb outside the
Norwegian Prime Minister?s oice in Oslo,
before travelling to the nearby picturesque
island of Ut貀a, where a youth camp run
by Norway?s Labour Party was taking
place. Dressed as a police oicer, he opened
ire on the island, killing 69 people and
injuring at least 110 ? nearly all of them
children. he attacks claimed 77 lives.
?Ater hearing the bomb in Oslo had
gone of, our daughter Synne texted us
from Ut貀a, asking if we were OK,? says
Lisbeth R貀neland. ?We texted back and
forth, obviously not knowing anything
was about to happen on the island where
she was staying for her very irst summer
camp. As soon as we learned what was
going on, we desperately tried to contact
her. She never answered her phone.?
Sadly, Synne became one of Breivik?s
victims. She was 18.
Breivik was convicted of mass murder in
6
2012 and sentenced to 21 years in prison
? the maximum sentence in Norway. News
of Greengrass?s ilm depicting the massacre
and subsequent court case is receiving a
mixed response. While it?s been critically
praised, some think graphic scenes could
be traumatic for those afected; others
worry that giving Breivik?s crimes the
oxygen of publicity might be what he craves.
But British director Greengrass ? whose
ilm United 93 was based on the real-time
transcript of the hijacking of a plane
Lisbeth (below)
and her daughter
Synne (right).
Above: scenes
from the ?lm
involved in 9/11 ? insists he has worked
with survivors throughout the process,
and Lisbeth, chairwoman of the national
support group for survivors and relatives,
has seen the ilm twice. ?I think it?s a great
movie and I?m glad it was made,? she tells
Grazia. ?Paul Greengrass has done a good
job and he?s treated us with the utmost
respect. I?m glad he was the person to do it.
Yes, it?s obviously very shocking, but this
was a terror attack and a shooting. I had
my own pictures in my head beforehand,
and nothing can be stronger than that.?
Lisbeth?s aim for the ilm ? and the
work she does ? is to encourage people to
remember and honour those who lost their
lives, as well as openly discuss the dangers
of far-right extremism. ?I can see people
afected are now coping better seven years
on, but I still want to teach young people
about democracy and extremism, as well
as ensure survivors are given psychological
help. I think it?s really crucial to share what
happened with young people. In Norway,
25% of people have been afected by it
[one in four Norwegians know somebody
afected by the attacks]. It?s very important
not to forget the 77 who were killed.
hey were bright young people who
were engaged in society and wanted to
do something ? and he just shot them.?
Lisbeth?s campaigning is her way of
coping with the tragedy. ?Some people
don?t want to think about what happened.
For me, I have to do something. Working
with the government to help people
cope with what happened gives me
a great deal of hope.?
Synne, she hopes, would be proud ?
and happy with the ilm. ?Synne was very
interested in society ? she had a blog and
would write a lot about the pressure young
girls face, particularly concerning how you
should look. I think she would be proud of
what we are doing. So in a way, it feels like
she?s on my shoulder throughout it all.?
?22 July? is on Netlix and in selected cinemas
rom 10 October
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SECRET TO
?G O O D G I R L ?
K AT E ? S
WORDS: EMILY MADDICK. PHOTOS: INSTAR IMAGES
REINVENTION
KATE MOSS IS the human equivalent of
black in the fashion world ? she never goes
out of style. So it feels a bit odd declaring
?Kate Moss is back!? But that?s been the
chat among the fashion crowd at the recent
set of shows, including Saint Laurent?s in
Paris last week, where Kate sat front row.
When asked in a TV interview in New
York why she was looking so happy, her
own take was simple: ?I?m a good girl now.?
So what does that involve exactly?
As previously reported in Grazia, Kate
has been sober for nearly a year and friends
say this is her most major lifestyle change.
It?s also a pretty phenomenal feat given
that her reputation as a legendary party
animal has, over the years, almost eclipsed
her status as an international style icon.
But no more. A number of factors,
including the sobriety of her boyfriend,
Count Nikolai von Bismarck, 30, and
the devastating death of some of her
former friends, including, most recently,
model Annabelle Neilson, have all
contributed to this lifestyle overhaul.
?Kate?s loving her new life,? a friend told
Grazia. ?She?s been surrounding herself
with friends who are also sober and
clean-eating and she?s never felt happier.?
Indeed, just last week Kate was pictured at
Sexy Fish in Mayfair drinking ginger beer
as she celebrated her daughter Lila Grace?s
16th birthday with fellow healthy lifestyle
advocate Sadie Frost.
Grazia can also reveal that Kate is
understood to be taking the beauty
industry?s new ?miracle? anti-ageing pills,
Lumity. he supplements cost from
�.50 and were apparently recommended
to Kate by her friends Helena Christensen
and Rosemary Ferguson, who both swear
by them. ?You take two sets of three pills
in the morning and at night,? said a source.
?All Kate?s friends have been raving about
them on Instagram.? he mocha-coloured
morning pills contain a mix of vitamins
A, B, E and C, plus selenium, turmeric
root and extract of laxseed oil, while the
evening ones contain potent amino acids
that help you sleep better and for longer.
In a recent ? and rare ? interview, Kate
admitted that she?s also trying to get eight
hours? sleep a night. Promoting her new
skincare range with Japanese brand Decort�,
she said, ?I?m a good girl now. I go to bed,
I drink lots of water, I try not to drink too
much cofee? I take care of myself.?
Indeed, sources say Kate ? the woman
who reportedly once threw crisps at
Gwyneth Paltrow for exercising the
morning ater a massive party ? is now
alternating yoga with instructor Nadia
Narain and near-daily gym sessions.
?I?ve never been a gym bunny,? she said
of her new-found love of exercise in an
interview last year. ?I was always like,
?Ugh!?, it made me feel ill, but now
I?ve actually started working out.?
Finally, Kate is also said to have been
giving veganism a whirl, having been
introduced to it by her ex-husband, Jamie
Hince, a devout vegan. She was pictured
at hot Notting Hill vegan restaurant
Farmacy recently. ?Kate started cutting out
meat when she was with Jamie, but lately
she?s really been enjoying the health
beneits,? said a source.
However, Kate still has one vice let
? the fags. But she admitted last month,
?I?m trying to cut down.? he moment
those go, it really will be the end of an era.
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IN NORMAL circumstances, socks are to
be iled away under: Practical Purchases Not
Worth Getting Excited About. Socks are a
worthy, grown-up, essential purchase, there?s
no doubt about it, but exciting? Really?
Well, yes, actually. If the fashion
set doing the rounds at Milan
Fashion Week, last week, were
to be believed, socks are at the
forefront of our style radars.
hanks to the autumn chill,
plus shorter trousers and the
dominance of sneaker culture,
they?ve gone from add-ons to gamechangers. Finally, socks are getting their
moment in the spotlight ? music to the ears
and toes of anyone who?s not ready to do
tights yet. (hough, if you are a tights person,
it?s all about the 10-denier right now.)
he sock savviness makes sense. Because
they were all over the A/W ?18 catwalks ? at
Miu Miu, schoolgirl white ones completed a
1950s vibe, at Gypsy Sport they were pulled
up to the knee, and at Ralph Lauren argyle
versions added a preppy punctuation point
to dufel coats and berets. Mind you, this
isn?t about just any old socks, of course,
but look-at-me socks. hat rif on classic
sportswear styles. Just like the ones you?d
wear to the gym, but brighter, bolder, with
bigger logos. he apologetic trainer sock is
over ? it?s all about the status sock now.
Don?t hide under boots ? showing them
of is essential. Team with slides or strappy
sandals to give summer?s shoes new-season
mileage, or play up their sporty credentials
by wearing with souped-up dad trainers.
hey?re the easiest statement you can make
right now, adding a playful twist to any look.
If you want to go all-in, opt for the logo
emblazoned versions from Gucci, Fendi and
Prada. Or Calzedonia?s metallic pair come
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vaginal eggs, pastel-pink vibrators named
Fireman and Millionaire, the paradoxically
named ?no-make-up-make-up?, and a set
of chakra-healing crystals ?activated by
mantras and blessed with Reiki?. It could
only be the arrival of Goop in London
(served with dairy- and gluten-free ish
and chips to the irst customers).
Marking 10 years of Gwyneth Paltrow?s
wellness empire, Goop opened its irst
ever London pop-up shop in Notting
Hill last week. For many, it was a sign
that Gwyneth?s business, said to be worth
$250 million, is ready to go global. It
perhaps also marked a new era for Goop,
following a summer of embarrassment.
A New York Times article earlier this
year reported that Conde Nast ceased
publication of Goop magazine because the
brand refused to be ?fact-checked?. hen,
last month, Goop was accused of using
?deceptive marketing claims?. One such ?
that its Inner Judge Flower Essence Blend
could cure depression ? contributed to
a $145,000 ine under California law.
hat move seems to have prompted
change. In an exclusive interview with
Grazia, Elise Loehnen ? Gwyneth?s
right-hand woman and Goop?s chief
content creator, said that the brand has
become ?super rigorous? in the wake
of the lawsuit ? employing a team of
scientists to make it ?bullet-proof ?.
?We have a science and research team
and they look at every single product,? she
said. ?It?s beyond fact-checking to ensure
How
Gwyneth?s
?taking on the
Goop haters?
we are completely bullet-proof. Our
readers don?t really care, but we?re doing
it now just to be completely covered. But
we?ll continue to write about the things
that are completely beyond explanation,
like ?energy?. Because that?s Goop.?
he London launch came as Grazia
received word that Gwyneth was inally
about to marry her TV producer ianc� at the
weekend, in a lavish A-list ceremony. Invites
seen by LA sources featured a hashtag for
the wedding, #heFaltrows, a cocktail party
on the Friday night and mini golf on the day.
Perhaps the wedding planning is why Elise
said celebrations at Goop HQ were muted
(?we just had cake in the oice?). When
asked about the wedding she demurred to
answer, but said of her boss, ?Gwyneth is
unlappable. She?s incredibly hands-on, she
cares about all the details, approving all the
products, all the stories and the newsletter.
?She?s not shy about her kids being irst
priority. When they were younger she would
leave every day to do the school pick-up
and then get back online. She?s been really
resolute about standing up for Goop. Taking
on the haters is just part of the brand.?
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THERE?S A NEW COOL
FOR PRE-SCHOOL
With ive-year-old North West taking to the runway last week,
it seems there are new benchmarks to meet to be a cool kid
1. YOU OWN THE CATWALK
We?re not talking Kaia Gerber-style ? a
teenage model career is too easy. We?re
talking Kim Kardashian?s daughter North
West, walking in the LOL Surprise!
catwalk show in LA, in an outit echoing
Michael Jackson?s hriller, with diamant閟tudded shades. Because if you?re going to
go extra, why not go EX-TRA?
2. YOUR TOYS ARE
INSTAGRAM STARS
We were already in love with Alexis
Olympia Ohanian Jr?s hilarious Instagram
account (we presume run by her mum
Serena Williams and dad Alexis Ohanian).
Now, we?re obsessed with @RealQaiQai,
Olympia?s mistreated doll, who can usually
be found wearing a leg cast ater being
dropped on her head (again), has 29.3k
followers, a Twitter account and has
already starred as a Snapchat ilter.
Your Tiny Tears is embarrassing, hun.
3. YOU CAN TURN ALL
WEDDINGS INTO HEADLINES
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there?s Prince George and Princess
Charlotte at a wedding. he adorable
siblings draw the camera every time
? especially if they?re wearing some kind
of Victoriana outit. We?re not even sure
who got married last week, but we were
very into George?s loafers and have crea
three memes using pictures of him doin
the robot while there.
4. YOU?RE A FASHION ICON
(BEFORE MOST OF YOUR
FRIENDS CAN EVEN SPELL ICO
Aged seven, Harper has a Vogue cover, h
FROWed before she could walk, her ne
bob made headlines worldwide and she h
designer wardrobe to rival VB?s. Imagine y
mum saying this about you: ?She?s been
to run in Ala颽 platforms since she was th
5. YOU BANG YOUR OWN DRU
In the meaningful, emotional way, obvs
But also literally. At their New York
Fashion Week show, designers Eckhaus
Latta soundtracked the catwalk with
toddlers banging plastic buckets. And o
mums complained about violin practice
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West. Below:
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and George. Far
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Joanna (let and below), a new
mum who hates her life. Her
baby cries continually, she?s
surviving on two hours? sleep
a night, her husband?s too busy working to help and
other mums openly criticise her.
Motherhood isn?t supposed to be like this.
Motherhood isn?t usually portrayed like this. Long
before most of us are even considering trying for a
baby, we?re bombarded with fuzzy images of gurgling
newborns snuggled against their mothers? chests.
Celebrities ? as well as actors playing mothers ? coo
that they never knew happiness until they held their
infant in their arms. he message is that the only way
women can ind completion is through having children.
Except the reality for most ?real mums? ? as opposed
to Beyonc� gushing that God gave her ?a chance to
assist in a miracle? ? is that motherhood, especially
in the early years, is exhausting and relentless, boring
and, simultaneously, nerve-racking.
?She?s exhausted,? says Jenna of Joanna. ?She feels like
she?s lost her identity and she?s struggling to connect
with Noah [her baby]. hat?s where we begin.?
he twists and turns the story takes ater that point,
as Joanna is forced to face public scrutiny in the face
of (no spoilers) the unthinkable, are, of course, not
relatable for most of us. But the claustrophobic sight
of Joanna desperately trying to stop Noah screaming
his way through a 30-hour light, or looking dismayed
as a non-baby friend ditches her for the kind of work
she used to be preoccupied by, certainly rings true.
And such honesty about motherhood being shown on
prime-time television is something to be applauded. i
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Like Joanna, many of us ind our babies? earliest
weeks less sot-focus bliss and more something from a
horror ilm. hirteen years ago, ater a petrifying birth
involving my womb being removed from my body
to be stitched up, I returned home from the ilthy,
noisy hospital to enter a cycle of endless agonising
breastfeeding and nappy changing, with my daughter
yelling all day and night. If I?d been on that 30-hour
light to Australia, surrounded by disapproving
passengers, I?d have lost it completely.
Watching scenes of doctors seeming to assess Joanna
for post-natal depression, I remembered the statistic
that 10% of new mothers sufer from the condition.
My own GP tried to put me on Prozac when I burst
into tears in her surgery. But I knew I wasn?t clinically
depressed ? I was simply, like thousands of women, at
the end of my tether because I hadn?t slept, hadn?t had
time to wash properly or had a conversation that
wasn?t about Pampers versus Huggies for months.
Still, because I knew it was the done thing, I sent out
a group email blathering on about how my partner and
I ?had never been happier?, probably conning several
childless friends into thinking they?d better up-duf
to. Just one mother (of two) replied:
t inding life as grim as I did; vodka
ped.? I?ve never forgotten the relief
perhaps I wasn?t alone in loathing my
fe. In those early days, it was honest
m friends, like her, who kept me sane.
elped that my baby quickly became
ch easier to handle, so much so that,
years later, I had another.
he cried far more than her sister, but I
y noticed, distracted by the horrors of
antrummy toddler period. hen came
of starting school ? with competitive
g about their children?s love of
ow we?re entering the slamming-door
already my youngest is asking, ?Mum,
m will you look ater my children??
ever ends.
st my children who?ve changed
ars. Everywhere, inally, women
p aking frankly about motherhood?s
downsides. In my new-mum days, the only celebrity
baby book was Jools Oliver?s Diary Of An Honest
Mum, whittering on about how she was a bit tired
ater giving birth, but luckily Poppy slept through the
night within weeks. No wonder she had four more.
Now mums can be comforted by he One Show?s Alex
Jones?s brilliant Winging It!, recounting how breastfeeding
made her cry with pain and how, in those early months,
she and her husband ?struggled to like each other?.
Even some celebrities are inally admitting to feeling
#Unblessed; Serena Williams wrote on Instagram
about her worries she wasn?t doing enough for her baby.
Paloma Faith recently told me how she and her partner
looked at their newborn and asked: ??What have we
done?? Not as in, ?Wow,? but as in, ?What the hell???
It?s clear why ilms like Bad Moms have been
smash hits, while inluencers such as he Unmumsy
Mum?s Sarah Turner have amassed hundreds of
thousands of followers. he Cry is creepy stuf, but
TV?s also welcomed a spate of mum sitcoms, such
as Motherland, with harried mum Julia in continual
meltdown over childcare, and Netlix?s he Letdown,
with its post-natal sex scenes punctuated with cries
of, ?Ouch, my haemorrhoids.?
Laughing at this, knowing I?m far from the only
mother fuming at fathers who call looking ater their
own children ?babysitting?, makes me feel less isolated
and ? oddly ? empowered: realising my imperfect
mothering is still ?good enough?.
Some women, battling infertility or having chosen
not to have children, may claim that mothers should
simply shut up and be grateful. But I think this new
candour is performing a vital public service.
So oten women, terriied by stories about fertility
dropping over a clif at 35, settle for dodgy partners or
spend thousands on painful IVF, sold a dream that they
soon ind isn?t everything it had appeared on screen. But
things are changing. he proportion of British women
who never have children has doubled in a generation.
Most aren?t silly career girls who forgot to freeze their
eggs. More likely, they?ve heeded the words of women
like Adele, who sufered from post-natal depression,
saying that she and her friends were pressurised into
having children ?because that?s what adults do?, but
?the bravest thing to do is not to have a child?.
Deciding whether to become a mother is an
intensely personal choice, which involves so many
factors ? but at least inally some of the culture
surrounding it isn?t selling a harmful fantasy.
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N E WS F E ATU R E
A year on from #MeToo, the
Weinstein survivors have united
in a mission to make sure victims
of sexual assault never feel alone
again. Anna Silverman reports
?SOMETHING INSPIRING HAS COME
?I WAS ONLY 23 when I was Harvey-ed,?
says Zoe Brock, one of the 100 or so
women who have come forward to allege
they were sexually harassed or assaulted by
Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.
It was 1998 and Zoe, then a model, was
at the Cannes Film Festival. Ater a glitzy
party, she says Weinstein tricked her
into coming back to his room at the
super-luxe H魌el du Cap-Eden-Roc.
She accepted the invitation under the
illusion that others would be joining them,
but says she was persuaded under false
pretences and suddenly found herself alone
in his room. ?My body went into high
alert? Harvey let the room and reemerged naked and asked if I would give
him a massage,? she says. ?Panicking and
in shock, I remember weighing up the
options and wondering how much I
needed to placate him to keep myself safe.?
Zoe, now 44 and a writer, web designer
and brand consultant in Australia, says
Weinstein pleaded with her to let him
massage her, so, terriied, she ran into
the bathroom and locked the door. ?He
promised to cover himself and leave me
alone if I came out,? she adds. ?When I did,
he was sitting on the bed in his bathrobe,
crying. He whimpered, ?You don?t like
me because I?m fat.? I shouted that he had
tricked me and told him to take me back
to the yacht I was staying on.?
Zoe?s story bears a chilling resemblance
to the tsunami of allegations that emerged
against the Hollywood mogul a year
ago this week. On 5 October 2017,
he New York Times published an article
cataloguing decades of accusations
of sexual harassment that quickly led
to Weinstein?s fall from grace ? although
his spokesperson responded that any
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Weinstein being
escorted into the
Supreme Court last
month on further
abuse charges
O U T O F S O M E T H I N G S O A W F U L?
allegations of non-consensual sex
were unequivocally denied by him.
Up until then, powerful perpetrators
sailed through life unencumbered,
exploiting a culture that relied on a victim?s
silence. But last year, we saw that dam
start to shatter and break. Not only did
the Weinstein efect embolden women to
share their own experiences ? stories of
#MeToo illed every social media feed ?
it galvanised his alleged victims to unite
and stand with other survivors of abuse.
Zoe met Louise Godbold and Katherine
Kendall ? who both claim to have sufered
similar experiences involving Weinstein in
the ?90s ? when they took part in a Power
Women breakfast in Hollywood last
October. Over the past 12 months they
have connected over their shared experience
of trauma, their drive and their desire to
support each other and help other women.
?We began working on an organisation
to provide a home for survivors,? Zoe
explains. ?We are a group of people who
share a shitty experience and the courage
to have spoken up about it because we
wanted to change the world. I?ve made
some beautiful friendships in the group
and feel like some of us are real sisters.?
Originally, the women talked about
starting a non-proit organisation, but now
they are focusing on championing work that
already exists. heir bond means boundless
support for each other, too. Louise, 56, now
a trauma specialist who lives in LA, has
conducted training with many Weinstein
survivors, where she teaches them about
dealing with trauma and resilience.
?Over the years I?ve told so many people
the story it became a gross but humorous
account about a famous asshole in
Hollywood,? Zoe adds. ?But the #MeToo 49
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WE HAD THE
COURAGE TO
SPEAK UP ? WE
WANTED TO
CHANGE THE
WORLD
movement made me unpack my own
experience again and reframe Harvey from
a mostly harmless pig into a dangerous
rapist. It messed me up and I had to talk
myself through the guilt of not going to
the cops and not somehow stopping him
from hurting all these other women. My
conversations with Lou [Louise Godbold]
really helped me get a glimpse into my own
trauma and how it had impacted me.?
Louise?s encounters with Weinstein
took place when she visited Miramax ?
Weinstein?s production company ?
to talk about an intern position in 1991,
when she was 28. She had already known
Weinstein for several years through her
friend, the actor Lysette Anthony ? who
alleges Weinstein raped her. Louise,
now 56 and still living in LA, says she
realises now the details of what she says
Weinstein did to her are not unique.
?here was the oice tour that became
an occasion to trap me in an empty
meeting room. he begging for a massage,
his hands on my shoulders as I attempted
to beat a retreat,? she says.
?When I moved to LA to continue
working in ilm production, Lysette tried
to push me back to the UK, out of
Abuse survivors
Zoe Brock
(pictured) and
Louise Godbold
(below)
Harvey?s reach, because she knew he was
a predator. It naturally caused a rit. We
only reconnected ater the [#MeToo]
revelations last year,? she adds.
When Katherine, 49, an actor in LA
who starred in Swingers, met other survivors
at the breakfast in Hollywood last year, it
was the irst time she had been in a room
with other alleged Weinstein victims and
they each wore nametags that said ?survivor?.
?It was a very powerful moment,? she says.
She heard about Louise?s work with
trauma and was interested immediately.
?I knew it was a pivotal moment in my
journey and my mission was to ind ways
to heal. I took several workshops with
Louise. One of the most important
things I?ve been taught is to have
compassion for myself. Learning about
the way our brain works when we?ve been
through trauma has been eye-opening.
here were suddenly explanations for
things in my life I?d never understood
? like that trauma survivors don?t know
how to take control of situations because
control was taken from us.?
When Katherine was 23, her agent set
up a meeting between her and Weinstein.
He then invited her to a screening that
turned out to be a solo trip to the cinema
with him. Aterwards, he asked if they
could go to his apartment to pick
something up. She says he went to the
bathroom, came back in an open bathrobe
and asked her to massage him.
?I could feel my body trembling. I
thought I might faint,? she recalls. ?He
told me everyone does it and mentioned
speciic famous people. I said no and he
went back into the bathroom. I thought he
was getting dressed, but then he came out
completely naked. I was absolutely stunned
and truly didn?t know what was going to
happen next. We did this dance back and
forth where I was trying to get past him to
the door, then he asked me to show him
my tits. I was furious and kept saying,
?How could you do this to me???
Like many of his survivors, Katherine
says she felt alone and experienced a deep
sense of shame in the years that followed.
She had no idea he had allegedly abused
other women and only told a few trusted
people what had happened, terriied she?d
be punished if it got back to him. She tried
to block it from her memory but bumped
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Why are women still not
believed in rape cases?
Katherine
Kendall says
#MeToo has
given people a
chance to heal
? which would always trigger panic attacks.
?I felt a great sense of relief and healing
watching the #MeToo movement unfold last
year,? she adds. ?It meant I wasn?t alone. But
I felt awful that all these other women had
gone through it as well. A lot of us are friends
for life now. Some of us are in diferent places
on our journey but we are there to support
each other throughout. We have various
WhatsApp groups and frequently bounce
ideas of each other. he movement has
been incredible because it has encouraged
people to feel things they may have buried
and gives people a chance to heal.?
It has taken serious guts, but the
survivors? support network has picked up a
momentum of its own. Now, unlike before,
survivors stand together, support one
another and blame the perpetrators instead
of themselves. housands of women like
Louise, Katherine and Zoe are taking
control of the narrative and asserting that
they aren?t going to take it any more.
Zoe calls for an end to a culture of
?bro? enablers that allows the powerful to
manipulate situations to their advantage.
?he world needs to understand how trauma
impacts people. We must hold abusers to
account; we can no longer allow men like
Trump and Kavanaugh [Trump?s US supreme
court nominee accused of sexual assault,
which he denies] to hold oice,? she says.
?his network of women who have come
together has felt extremely positive. here is
a connectivity and a sense of solidarity. his
is the beginning of the ight. It is crucial the
millions of abused victims of sexual assault
have a safe place and feel supported
enough to come forward when they do.?
For more info about trauma and resilience,
visit Echo at echotraining.org
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US Supreme Court nominee Brett
Kavanaugh currently stands accused of
sexual assault by not one, not two, not
three, but four women. He denies all of
the allegations. One of them ? Professor
Christine Blasey Ford ? gave her testimony
to a Senate panel. Last week she said
the assault ?drastically altered my life?.
Donald Trump has, of course,
weighed in. ?I have no doubt that, if
the attack on Dr Ford was as bad as
she says, charges would have been
immediately ?led with local Law
Enforcement Authorities by either her
or her loving parents,? he tweeted.
In doing so, the President implicitly
condoned all of the rape myths and
misinformation that undermine
women?s credibility. He con?rmed what
many people think privately ? that
women would report rape if it actually
happened, if they were upset enough,
if it mattered to them enough, if it
had been bad enough.
It?s prompted women?s anger and
outrage to ?y around on the internet,
razor-sharp and coming together through
a hashtag: #WhyIDidn?tReport. The
tweets are upsetting to read, so many
saying the same thing, over and over again:
?I didn?t know if I would be believed?.
The statistics back us up: one in ?ve
women in England and Wales has
experienced some form of sexual
violence since the age of 16. The very
word ?rape? conjures up ?lm noir images
of a stranger attacking a woman in a
dark alleyway, but we know the majority
of rapes are committed by someone
familiar and, often, occur at home. In
the UK, the perpetrator was a stranger
in only 10% of rape and serious sexual
assault cases. Yet the latest ?gures from
the Crown Prosecution Service show
that prosecutions for rape have
dropped by 23% over the last year. The
CPS took on fewer rape cases for the
fourth year in a row, partly because
fewer cases were referred by police.
Conversations about power and
assault erupted with #MeToo. And now,
they keep coming. Increasingly, we ?nd
we are not bound together by shame
and silence but by the stories we have
in common about the way we were
mistreated. We are thinking back to
our own experiences, the experiences
of our friends ? and wondering about
the experiences of our mothers and
grandmothers. We?re asking ourselves,
what would I do if I was in Professor
Ford?s position? If the man who assaulted
me was about to become one of the
most powerful people in my country?
We must keep them going because
for every #WhyIDidn?tReport story,
there will be a woman who stays silent
because she fears she might not be
believed if she speaks out.
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A year on from #MeToo, the new
#WhyIDidn?tReport movement
proves we still have a long way
to go, says Victoria Spratt
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says Scarlett Cur
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in december 2
I helped organise
2,000-person pro
against period po
outside Parliame
Square. he days
before the protest were an insan
jam-packed ight to the inishin
line where every minute was ill
with organising, calling, tweeti
zine-making. As I looked at my
schedule for the day of the prot
itself, for the irst time in a mon
began to feel guilty. I had penci
an hour and a half to blow-dry
do my make-up and change int
outit. I immediately felt like a
screaming ?NOT A TRUE FEM
was hovering over my head.
It?s not surprising that we?ve
a point in 2018 where question
whether you can be a true femi
and still contour your cheekbon
the Google search histories of m
a political young woman.
he second wave of feminism
Fashionable feminists
(clockwise from left): Alicia
Garza; Emma Watson;
Meghan Markle; Jameela
Jamil; Sarah Sophie Flicker
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place in the 1960s and was largely ighting
for women and girls to have choice over
their identities. Up until then, a woman?s
femininity was not an option, it was a
rule. hese second-wave feminists fought
to break down the culture of beauty,
making sure women could be valued
for more than their looks, sex appeal
? and ability to keep a clean house.
Fity years on, we modern-day feminists
are let in a bind. In a world where choices
are abundant, the choice to dedicate time
and energy to frivolous fancies, such as
fashion and make-up, seems to contradict
all that our feminist forebears fought for.
I see fashion as self-expression, and have a
rather alarming fondness for
the colour pink. But if I was
choosing these fashion
predilections with the goal
of securing myself a man,
you?d have to argue I was
going about it the wrong
way. From what I?ve
seen, 23-year-old
men want girls in
jeans, with beachy
waves and an
IDGAF attitude. I
show up to parties
in loor-length tulle
and sequin capes,
and am more oten
than not mistaken
for a children?s party entertainer rather
than a potential love interest.
But what I love about feminist fashion
is that it has no rules. Over the past ive
decades, women have changed the world
without ever having come into contact
with a stick of lipstick. hey?ve also done
it in loor-length gowns with a bouncy
blow-dry. Look at Emma Watson and
Megan Markle, women who ooze oldschool glamour and sophistication,
meaning when they open their mouths
and deliver their feminist manifestos
it?s like a sneak attack. Or Alicia Garza,
founder of Black Lives Matter, who has
spent the past ive years protesting and
changing the fabric of the world we live
in, her long, lowing braids and red lipstick
an iconic symbol of change.
Sarah Sophie Flicker, national organiser
of the Women?s March, looks like a
character from a fairy tale, with lowing
lace dresses, jet back hair, pale white skin
and red lipstick. She is one of the most
fashionable people I have ever met ? and
spent last year raising three children and
resisting the Trump administration one
two-million-person protest at a time.
My friend Jameela Jamil (who?s written
an essay for my book, Feminists Don?t Wear
Pink) has a mantra that I try to remember
every time I ind myself questioning this
topic: ?A woman never needs a manicure.
She may want a manicure. She may enjoy a
manicure. But she never needs a manicure.
She needs food and water and sex but a
manicure is simply her hobby.?
I truly believe that feminism is about
two things: women having equal rights,
and women having equal choices over
what they do with those rights. At the
#FreePeriods protest we were ighting for
the rights of women to have access to
menstrual products, and within that
it was my choice to wear a red tutu a
a full face of make-up.
It?s your right to be able to leave th
house with greasy hair and no make
and be taken seriously, and it?s also y
choice to understand that and still w
to look like a glowing goddess with
perfect brows and do the same. hat
is true equality.
?Feminists Don?t Wear
Pink (And Other Lies)?,
curated by Scarlett Curtis,
is published 4 October
(�.99, Penguin)
Fe minis t
f a s hion
s t at e m e n t s
1850s The bloomer or
?freedom? dress was a less
restrictive option for women.
1912 The power of the pout!
Elizabeth Arden handed out
red lipsticks to Suffragettes
marching in New York.
1920s Comfort was intrinsic to
Coco Chanel?s chic. She did away
with corsets, offering women
the same ?exibility as men.
60s A rejection of a
strained, restrictive de?nition
femininity, the miniskirt was
ymbol of cultural rebellion.
66 Anything men can wear
omen can wear better.
e: Yves Saint Laurent?s
e Smoking? tuxedo, which
fed on the men?s classic.
1974 Diane Von Furstenberg?s
jersey wrap dress represented
sexual liberation. ?If you?re
trying to slip out without
waking a sleeping man, zips
are a nightmare,? she quipped.
1980s Shoulder-padded jackets
became the armour of the glass
ceiling-smashing career woman.
2016 Maria Grazia Chiuri
unveiled her S/S ?17 Insta-bait
?We Should All Be Feminists?
T-shirt, borrowing the words
from Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
2017 Millions took part in the
Women?s March to protest
President Trump?s inauguration,
many wearing Krista Suh and
Jayna Zweiman?s ?Pussyhats?
? a reference to Trump?s ?grab
them by the pussy? comments.
2018 The Golden Globes?
red-carpet blackout was
a powerful gesture of
solidarity for #MeToo.
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I N TH E K N OW?
You don?t need
millions to start your
own art collection.
Read on for curator
Kate Bryan?s top tips
on where to look ?
and what to buy
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bit-by-bit over many years. It always looks so striking
and allows you to place quite diferent work together
without being jarring.
1. MEET THE ARTISTS
he best thing about the art world is artists.
It?s an incredibly brave and beautiful thing to sit
alone in a studio each day and conjure new work.
Events like he Other Art Fair allow you to have
a chat with the artist on their stand while you
check out their work. here?s no such thing as
a stupid question and it?s a great opportunity
to personalise that piece you?re investing in.
Clockwise from above:
Day Dreaming by Will
Teather; last year?s fair;
Balloon Dog by VeeBee
VeeBee; Copper in
Verdigris XII by
Mark Beattie MRBS
2. USE INSTAGRAM AS A TOOL
A lot of smaller galleries that show emerging art are
sadly closing because rents are too high. his means
that artists ? a large percentage of whom are female
? are now showcasing their work on Instagram. Find
someone in the art world with similar taste to you and
follow their artist network. If your feed is brimming
with art it?s going to be easier to identify what you love.
3. CHALLENGE YOURSELF
Weird is good. Humour is good. Masculine sat next
to feminine works is good. Try diferent mediums ?
embroidery, ceramics and collage are all as important
as paintings and photography and will add diferent
dimensions to your collection.
4. TRY A SALON HANG
I acquire all the art globally for Soho House, and key
to the look of many collections is the salon hang ?
lots of small works installed in one space. he idea
is to make it feel like they were lovingly assembled
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5. MAKE FRIENDS WITH A FRAMER
Framing is a vital component of acquiring and installing
most art. Shop around for someone who knows their
stuf and has a good selection of framing options. Take
your time, and maybe try some coloured or gilded frames
every now and again to break up your salon-hang pattern.
6. GET POLITICAL
Text-based art continues to be a vital and interesting
part of the contemporary art market. It?s frequently
employed by artists like Sarah Maple to make a social
or political point alongside imagery. It has good wall
power and allows you to align your beliefs with an artist.
7. FINALLY? DON?T TRY TO MAKE
A MILLION
You?ve heard some artists sky-rocket in value
overnight, but it?s extremely rare. For many artists,
this kind of hype can be a poisoned chalice. Do
your homework by asking for biographies and CVs
to see how respected and established the artist is, as
this will dictate price. But, ultimately, buy what you
can aford ? and buy what you love.
Kate Bryan has curated Not 30%, a show dedicated to
emerging female artists at he Other Art Fair, which
runs 4-7 October at he College at Old Central
St Martins and Victoria House, London WC1;
theotherartfair.com; @theotherartfair. Get 30% of
he Other Art Fair tickets with code GRAZIA30
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WOMB WITH A VIEW
Every week, a woman relects on
motherhood ? whether she has children or not
?THE IDEA OF THE SUPERWOMAN
IS JUST A CRUEL MYTH?
Cathy: ?Working mothers are so hard on
themselves. he myth of the superwoman is
just that, a cruel myth. You can?t have the big
career and be the big super-mum. I couldn?t
do my high-pressure job without John.
Having that bedrock of stability means
that when I close the door to go to work,
I don?t have to worry about my home life.
?John and I irst met at Oxford
University. We married when I was 26 and
had Scarlett four years later. When she was
born, John was working on a magazine and
took some paternity leave but we had a
nanny when we both went back to work
full-time. Our younger daughter?s birth was
a much more stressful time, however. I?d
lost two babies in-between, so it was a relief
that we?d managed to have a second child.
But one month before she was due, John
was made redundant. By then I was working
at Channel 4 and had become the main
breadwinner. So John working freelance
from home and doing the majority of the
childcare seemed the right solution. To pay
tribute to John, I think some men would
have a massive problem when their wife
earns more than they do, but he accepted
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that that was the way it had become.
?Our weekdays have quite a rigid
structure. We start the day with a sit-down
breakfast because it?s the only time I can
chat to the girls about school ? one of the
things I miss most when I?m working late.
I?ll get ready while John puts breakfast on
the table and makes Scarlett?s packed lunch
? I barely know how the cooker works!
hen John takes Molly to school while I
listen to Today and clear away the breakfast
things. I?m out of the house at 8.40am, and
not normally back until 9pm. Molly will be
in bed but Scarlett is normally still up so
I?ll have a chat with her. Like most working
mums, I make a real efort to make family
time at the weekend ? we?ll have at least
one big meal together and then sit down to
watch something on TV, like he Durrells.
?I?m aware I?m in a really fortunate
position but we?ve both made sacriices
? I can?t see the kids as much as I?d like
to, and John has arguably missed out on
things career-wise. here have been tough
moments. When they were very little,
the children would cry out for ?Daddy?
at night; something that was hard to hear.
?Another challenge is that my job means
I?m constantly juggling emails, even on
holiday. I don?t like checking my phone in
front of the kids, so I?ll oten hide away in
Cathy with her ?bloody
brilliant? husband John
the loo to read them. I?m a perfectionist
? I want to be the perfect employee, the
perfect mother, the perfect wife. But that?s
impossible. I used to come home at night
and feel stressed seeing the kids? shoes all
over the place, for instance, but I?ve learned
to embrace the chaos a bit more.
?More than anything, though, I love the
fact the girls have such a positive male role
model in their life. A lot of men want to be
more involved in bringing up their kids. he
climate is deinitely changing.?
John: ?From quite early on, it was clear
that Cathy?s career was taking a diferent
trajectory to mine. hat oten happens in
couples and you just have to accept it. And
there are lots of plus-sides for me and the
family. If one of our daughters needs help
with her homework, for instance, I can be
there. In many ways I feel that children
need their parents more as they become
teenagers than when they are babies.
?I?m so lucky to have such a close
relationship with my daughters. Nothing is
of limits when it comes to our conversations,
from periods to ?80s pop. he one thing I do
miss is the lack of adult conversation. I?m
currently writing a book on David Bowie
but I don?t get that day-to-day contact with
colleagues you have in the oice. It can also
feel a bit uncomfortable at the school gate,
which is still overwhelmingly female. Any
men there will skulk around the sides.
?Even today, men are congratulated on
being able to do even the most basic ?dad
duties?: use a washing machine, say, or take
their kids to the playground. hey?re seen
as a New Dad as opposed to simply being a
dad. I?ve had so many positive experiences
from having the main caring role. Whatever
works best for your family is best for you.?
?Bloody Brilliant Women? by Cathy Newman
(�99, William Collins) is out 4 October
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You?ll probably recognise Cathy Newman
from her role anchoring Channel 4 News.
She?s also just written her irst book,
Bloody Brilliant Women, an enlightening
look at the unsung pioneering British
working women ?your history teacher
forgot to mention?. Oh, and she?s mum
to Scarlett, 14, and Molly, nine. So
how does she do it all? ?My husband
is a bloody brilliant man,? she admits,
of writer and arts journalist John
O?Connell. He does all the school
drop-ofs and pick-ups, cooks the meals
? and did ?mountains of research? for
Cathy?s book. Here, Cathy, 44, and John,
47, talk about how they make it work?
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Are you a square? Triangle? column?
Or hourglass? Figuring it out ?
and dressing for your real shape
? is the key to a happy-ever-after
wardrobe, says Anna Murphy
a lot of us spend a lot of
time thinking about clothes. I
certainly always have done. But
how oten do we actually think
about how those clothes relate to the body
that will wear them? Our body. Sure, if we
have big thighs we probably tend to steer
clear of a miniskirt. And if we have our
own in-person shoulder pads, we?ll rarely
buy a jacket with an additional set.
But beyond the basics, many of us
have very little idea as to what suits us.
Of course we don?t. We never get taught
this stuf. If we are even slightly tuned into
a fashion wavelength we are bombarded
with ?in? colours, hot cuts, this season?s
skirt length or trouser cut. Yet none of
this is anywhere near as important as
what actually works for our body shape.
Even celebrities struggle. As the
red-carpet stylist Rebecca Corbin-Murray
observed to me recently, ?People come
to me with very little idea of what they
like, what suits them. We?re thrown trends
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all the time and, mostly, people just see
what sticks, and then they don?t know
what their style is.?
When you think about it, it?s not in the
brands? interests to bother us with what is
the most important sartorial information
out there. To quote Nora Ephron, it?s
complicated, not to mention highly
personal, the matter of what suits whom.
Besides, the last thing they want is for
us to nail what?s right once and for all. If
we did that we might start shopping less.
But I do want you to shop better. I want
everything you buy to work for you; more
than that, to make you happy. hat?s why
I have written a book that is a fashion
N E W YO R K FA S H I O N W E E K
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as to say, about empowerment. But at
least as importantly it is about the nitty
gritty. About teaching you how properly
to identify and then latter your lines.
About inding your style, not a version
of someone else?s.
You need to get your head around your
true body shape irst. Forget about apples
and pears. he more precise terminology
of geometry is more helpful than that of
the orchard. here are seven main shapes:
full hourglass; neat hourglass; triangle;
inverted triangle; column; rectangle;
rounded. With the exception of the two
hourglasses, all the others can co-exist.
I am both a triangle and an inverted
triangle, for example: big shoulders and
big hips, but with a less deined waist
and smaller bust (sigh) than an hourglass.
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the work is done for you. You just need to
wear clothes that follow your lines, not
hide them, nor ? in the case of a full
hourglass ? add bulk. Belting it is always
going to work for you; I like Topshop?s
skinny Dalmatian version.
he rest of us need to enact Operation
Hourglass, trompe-l?oeiling our way to
something that presents as similar. If
you are a triangle or inverted triangle,
identify your largest section. Skim it
with well-itted clothes, rather than
making the common mistake of swamping
it. hen draw attention elsewhere by
wearing bright colour and/or pattern
on your smaller section.
A triangle might go for Mango?s suede
biker in red, yellow or pale blue with
neutral trousers; an inverted triangle
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should switch things around with a neat,
plain knit on their top half and Ganni?s
frill-trimmed silk leopard print trousers on
their bottom, or John Lewis & Partners?
culottes in orange, cobalt or emerald.
Emphasise your waist, because whatever
variation on the theme of triangle you
are, you will have one.
Columns, rectangles and roundeds
don?t have waists. Columns ? who are
straight up and down, as the nomenclature
suggests ? can add the illusion of one,
and of curves more generally, by way of
a peplum jacket or top, a full skirt, a frill
or two. (I like Zara?s check top.)
Rectangles and roundeds need to
even more on that skim factor. A to
dress itted to below the bust that th
lares into a subtle A-line will proba
be the best bet, like Marks & Spenc
brown-on-blush loral chifon frock
on-trend asymmetric hemline. Diag
can disguise lumps and bumps brill
Try Warehouse?s honey-stripe midi
Long-line single-breasted jackets ar
your friend, like Ceinn?s classic Jam
in assorted colours. Flat-front trous
and lashing your wrists or ankles ?
woman?s skinniest parts ? will latte
everyone. Me+Em?s stitch-detail sli
in assorted colours, tick both boxes
Seek out brands that work best f
lines. Oten one that serves a count
where lots of women share your ph
will serve you well. If you are petite
French brands like Sandro and Spa
ones like Zara; if you are tall, Scand
brands like Arket and Ganni. If you
curvy, homegrown brands like the
John Lewis & Partners and Phase E
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With adult acne on the rise, Emma Strenner discovers
HIT THE SPOT
the latest treatments to address the problem head on?
THREE WEEKS before I was due to get
married, my skin literally combusted into
cystic acne. It could have been the guest
list, parents, juggling lots of travel for
work, but let?s give it the umbrella title
of ?stress?. And there was no overnight
?quick-ix?. Cystic acne is persistent and
it took up camp all down my cheeks ? the
central point of stress-induced breakouts.
But I?m not the only one: he
International Dermal Institute found
that 40-55% of adults aged 20-40 are
diagnosed with low-grade acne and oily
skin, while the Journal Of he American
Academy
of women aged 2 -p us now sufer from
acne. Begging the question: why now?
?Hormonal changes, rising pollution
and increased levels of stress are all
contributing to a surge in cases of adult
acne,? says Dr Barbara Kubicka, aesthetic
medical physician. Consider it the insult
of insults from life?s revolving door of
karma: whether you managed to avoid
an adolescence of breakouts or not, to
then have to contend with them in later
life feels incredibly unfair. So what can
you do about it?
W HY, OH W HY ?
?Acne is driven mostly by clogging of pores
and bacterial overgrowth,? says Dr Robert
Anolik, fellow of the American Academy
of Dermatology. ?When overactive oil
glands are combined with a clogged
pore, this ultimately leads to swelling
and a breakout.? However, bad cleansing
habits are not public enemy number one.
?Genetic factors are the most inluential,
closely followed by particular medications
and hormones.? Or, more speciically,
heightened levels of the male hormone
testosterone, which rises in the system 89
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B E AUT Y
when faced with the ight-or-light
situations brought on by stress. ?If male
hormones are elevated in women, these
oil glands can become particularly
active and acne can strike.?
?Adult acne skin tends to be less oily
and with fewer comedones [the clogged
hair follicle that manifests as blackheads
or whiteheads], but is oten more
inlammatory compared to teenage
acne,? explains cosmetic dermatologist
Dr Stefanie Williams. ?Adults suferin
with acne oten report combination or
even dry/sensitive skin, which makes
treatment a little more challenging than
that of teenage acne, where skin tends
to be more ?robust? and oily.?
1.
BREAKOUT STARS
Sarah Chapman Power A Renewal
System, �5 [1]
A gentle but effective vitamin A
derivative, see through the whole 10-day
system and remember to avoid applying
oils while on this programme.
Origins Clear Improvement Charcoal
Honey Mask, � [2]
A deep pore cleansing mask that
draws out environmental toxins,
with added wild?ower and honey
to soothe disgruntled skin.
Dr Dennis Gross Spotlite Acne
Treatment Device, � [3]
A nifty little device with medical grade
red and blue light technology to kill
the acne forming bacteria. Look out for
the full face version, out November.
P RO BL E M S O LVE R
?A typical response of those sufering
from adult acne is to tackle the
surrounding dry, irritated skin, but
applying skincare that?s too rich or oily
around the area can easily aggravate the
acne itself,? warns Dr Williams. ?By far
the best way to deal with acne is to see
a dermatologist for prescription creams
(or tablets if needed). hese are oten a
mix of anti-inlammatory, comedolytic (to
prevent clogged pores) and antibacterial.?
Equally, it?s imperative to get your
day-to-day routine down to a T. ?To
prevent acne breakouts, opt for light but
hydrating products and/or medical grade,
oil-free serums with pollution prevention,?
suggests Dr Kubicka, who stresses that a
thorough cleansing regime is absolutely
key. ?Seek out cleansers with active ? but
not abrasive ? ingredients like polylactic
acids.? And remember the basic rule: if
your skin feels ?squeaky clean? post-cleanse,
the formula is probably too harsh for you,
stripping your skin of its natural oils.
Speaking of which, consider facial oils
a no-go for anybody with a tendency to
breakout, warns Dr Williams. ?hese
clog up pores, ?congest? skin and aggravate
breakouts.? As for that tea tree oil so loved
in your teens? ?It may have mild antiinlammatory efects, but its pore-clogging
properties, in my professional experience,
greatly outweigh the mild beneits.?
Post-basics, look for vitamin A
derivatives such as retinol and
retinaldehyde, alongside exfoliating acids
like glycolic and salicylic to clarify the
pores, prompt cell renewal and prevent
further breakouts. Just be sure to keep
an eye on the numbers. ?he ideal 2.
4.
3.
Elemis Dynamic Resurfacing
Facial Pads, � [4]
With patented Tri-Enzyme technology,
these gently exfoliating pads will get
the job done without causing
unnecessary upset.
Bare Minerals Blemish
Rescue, � [5]
This is the holy grail of breakout
make-up ? with a non-comedogenic
formula that works with in?amed
skin rather than against it.
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with Antibacterial Charcoal, � [6]
Naturally antibacterial charcoal in this
brush ensures base application won?t
exacerbate your breakouts.
6.
Dr Sam?s Flawless Cleanser, � [7]
Formulated for adult acne-prone skin,
this creamy cleanser gets rid of every
morsel of make-up and daily grime
without disturbing skin?s delicate barrier.
La Roche Posay Redermic [R],
� [8]
his 0.3% retinol-enhanced formula
gentle enough for ?rst-timers but
werful enough to address uneven
skin tone and dark spots, while
preventing spots.
8.
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Vitamin A Speeds up skin cell
regeneration to prevent further
clogging and reveal newer,
clearer skin, while preventing
clogging in the ?rst place.
Consider it the gold standard.
These are key forms:
Retinol ? from 0.15%-1%
depending on skin tolerance.
Retinaldehyde ? or retinal,
vitamin A aldehyde ? from
0.015%.
Adapalene ? more stable to
light and oxygen compared
to tretinoin (and available
over the counter).
Isotretinoin ? a good option
for severe acne.
Tretinoin ? the strongest,
prescription-strength vitamin A.
percentage of active ingredients depends
very much on the individual?s skin type
and condition as well as the overall
formulation and co-ingredients of the
product, so no general rules can be
applied,? explains Dr Williams. Remember
that the percentage of active ingredients
may change over the course of treatment,
as many topicals ? such as retinol and
retinoids ? need to be slowly integrated
into your routine, as your skin learns to
tolerate them. Start by applying a low
percentage of over-the-counter retinol
once a week, slowly working up to daily
use and, inally, prescription formulas.
T E C HY T R E ATM E N T S
Topicals aside, Dr Anolik ? like many
other top derms ? currently favours
supericial chemical peels in combination
with light and laser technologies. He
opts for the Isolaz laser, which combines
suction to unclog pores and uses an intense
pulsed light (or IPL) to kill bacteria and
even out skin tone (ie, those pink and
brown marks let behind from previous out
breaks). Finally, for any remaining acne
scars, he injects the area with a drop of
cortisone to help bring them down faster.
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For regular anti-spot maintenance,
there?s LED Light herapy, which uses a
combination of diferent light spectrums
to tackle lare-ups and ? unlike other more
invasive options ? requires zero downtime.
?Blue light has antibacterial properties
and red helps with healing, making a
combination of the two a very efective
and safe treatment for acne suferers,?
explains Dr Kubicka. ?By gently heating
up the skin, red light improves blood
circulation and oxygen absorption while
stimulating a release of cytokines ? the
body?s messengers that promote healing.?
But not all machines are made equal: look
out for Dermalux Tri-Wave, which
combines red, blue and near infrared light.
As for the future of our spots? Still
under development ? but set to be groundbreaking alongside existing technologies
? is the silver nanoparticle treatment
co-developed by Sienna Biopharmaceuticals
and Nano Composix. he topical
photoparticle therapy sends silica-shelled
silver nanoplates straight down the hair
shat within the oil gland to reach the base
of the breakout. From here, infrared laser
is used to target and damage the gland ?
halting acne-causing oil production at
the source. Watch this space?
Acids These are the expert
exfoliators ? great for getting
out the gunk before it causes
any upset. ?The percentage of
acids depends on whether the
products contain one type of
acid or a combination. The rule
of thumb is single acids should
be from 10-15%,? recommends
Dr Williams. Look out for:
Azelaic acid ? with antiin?ammatory bene?ts.
Salicylic ? speedy at penetrating
pores (avoid during pregnancy).
Glycolic acid ? shrinks pores
while improving scarring.
Lactic acid ? less irritating and
great for sensitive skin types.
Mandelic acid ? ideal for
brightening skin.
Vitamin B In?amed skin needs
some soothing TLC to get it
back on track. Consider adding
calming vitamin B3 and B5 into
your routine with a savvy serum
like Skinceuticals Hydrating
B5, �, or Drunk Elephant
B-Hydra Intensive Hydration
Gel, �.
Avoid: harmful stabilisers,
mineral oils or heavy metals
and opt for non-comedogenic
(non-pore-blocking) make-up.
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?If you heat up MAC?s Face
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manipulate it with your
?ngers, it thickens and
becomes more like a balm
revealed make-up artist
Thomas de Kluyver at Ji
Sander. The result? It mel
into skin like a concealer
and makes blemish
coverage a doddle.
Like a ray of sunshine
spreading light over the
face, the new way to apply
bronzer is in a W-shape
over cheekbones and nose,
with a dusting of lush
pink or coral blush on the
apples of cheeks for a
lived-in efect. Take
Alberta Ferretti and
Genny for inspiration.
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LUSCIOUS LASHES
Forget dainty, delic te lashes,
now is the time to l ad up with
layers of thick black mascara. he
sporty surfer girls at Etro wore very
little on their dewy complexions
but made an impact with tons
of black mascara, while at Prada
girls were given clumpy black
lashes reminiscent of Twiggy.
More is most deinitely more.
Bobbi Brown
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?Baby hair? is of?cially a
thing. Kendall Jenner and
Edie Campbell walked for
Fendi with curled wisps
of ?uffy hair, while at Jil
Sander, Eugene Souleiman
wanted locks to look
?slightly dishevelled?
around the hairline?.
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products that not only
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OCTOBER OFFICIALLY MARKS
Breast Cancer Awareness Month ? which
is why our favourite beauty products
are suddenly in the pink. Every year, a
power pack of beauty brands get involved,
creating lust-worthy limited editions
of their cult classics and donating a hety
chunk of the sales to Breast Cancer
charities. So, if you?re looking to replenish
your beauty supplies, you couldn?t have
picked a better time?
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COMING UP ROSES
What?s not to love about Elemis ProCollagen Rose Cleansing Balm, �?
A supersize tub with a beautiful design
by Lily & Lionel (which, by the way,
was printed using celery dipped in ink),
plus a new, limited-edition rose scent.
We recommend stockpiling while it lasts.
Give back: Elemis is donating �,000
directly to Breast Cancer Care.
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PREPARE FOR LIFT-OFF
Who doesn?t want bouncier, voluminous
hair? Exactly. Which is why Bumble and
bumble hickening Spray, �, is such
a cult classic. A clever concoction
of wheat protein, honey and polymers
restore moisture while adding oomph,
for that Gisele B黱dchen bounce.
Give back: �from every sale of the
pink-packaged hickening Spray
will be donated to the Breast
Cancer Research Foundation.
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STRAIGHT TALKING
his year, GHD has teamed up with
designer Lulu Guinness to bring us the
chicest tools in the trade. Upgrade your
kit with the GHD Gold Styler, �9,
adorned with Lulu?s signature lip print,
and kiss bad hair days bye-bye.
Give back: � from every styler will
go to Breast Cancer Now. Plus, for
every pouting selie posted on Instagram
using #KisshisCancer and tagging
@ghdhair and @breastcancernow,
GHD will donate an additional �
SWEET SCENTSATION
Jo Malone Red Roses Cologne,
�, ofers a modern update on the
classic loral. With seven varieties
of its namesake lower alongside zingy
lemon, violet leaf and comforting
honeycomb, this scent gives us
warm summer evening feels.
Give back: � from every bottle sold
in October will be donated to the
Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
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PINK
PAMPERING
Cowshed and beauty
therapist Jennifer Young
have created organic
treatments for those
dealing with cancer.
Visit cowshed.com
LIP LOVE
Fan-favourite lipstick shades Pink and
Sandwash Pink have coupled up in Bobbi
Brown?s Pinks with Purpose Lip Colour
Duo, �. Creamy in texture with a
semi-matte inish, these blush bullets
look good on literally every complexion.
Give back: �from the sale of each
duo goes to he Breast Cancer
Research Foundation.
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Louise Redknapp has collaborated with Harveys to create
a BOLD interiors collection that?s as stylish as she is
JUST AS WE long for a
stylish new coat as autumn
approaches, who doesn?t lust
ater some luxe new interiors
pieces as the nights draw in?
If, like us, you spent most of the long hot
summer outdoors, it?s time to show your
home some TLC.
Which is why we?re excited by the new
BOLD by Louise collection for Harveys
? a chic furniture range designed in
collaboration with singer, dancer and
actress Louise Redknapp.
Just as Louise has shaken up her career,
going from girl-band sensation to Strictly
Come Dancing inalist and West End star,
her interiors collection will shake up your
home with fresh vibrant designs that are
full of personality. he BOLD by Louise
collection features sofas, cushions and rugs,
and each piece is something that the star
would put in her own family home. ?For
me, the living room is a chill-out zone and
the hub of the home, so as well as bold and
boundary pushing, the collection had to be
comfortable and great for lounging,? she
says. She picks the coral pink love seat as
one of her favourite pieces, along with the
classic grey corner sofa ? but if those aren?t
the shades for you, each style is available in
a range of colours and fabrics, so you can
mix and match to personalise your own
individual look. From conident neutrals to
look-at-me jewel tones, and textures ranging
from tactile linen-look Crot to velvety
Serene with its subtle sheen, the BOLD
by Louise collection is contemporary,
with a hint of vintage glamour.
Design details are key. For example,
Louise used piping around sofa corners
to keep the silhouette smart and crisp.
Plus, you can select from ive diferent
inishes for the feet, making it easy to slot
pieces into your existing look: maybe you?d
like the classically understated light beech
wood? Or a gold inish to make an opulent
style statement? Whichever fabric, shade
or design you opt for, you can be sure
you?re getting a quality piece of furniture
worthy of an A-list home.
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Mykonos, Greece
Grab a table at Kastro?s Restaurant
& Bar, a Mykonos institution,
and while you enjoy grilled
calamari washed down with a
chilled glass of Greek Sauvignon
Blanc, take in the sublime view
of whitewashed houses set against
a shimmering blue sea. It?s the
Insta-perfect vista this Cycladean
island is famous for. Choose
dinner and you will see the sun set
over the Aegean, too. Gorgeous.
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post-holiday blues? A
cheeky mini-break! hese
10 UK hotels deliver on
style and comfort, but
won?t break the bank
the castle inn
Lulworth Cove, Dorset
WHY WE LOVE IT his 16th-century thatched
pub is in the heart of picturesque Lulworth on
the Dorset coast. Recently refurbished, the Castle
Inn is all about homely food, coastal walks and
ireside drinks, topped of with a brilliant night?s
sleep. A warm welcome on arrival in a bar busy with
both locals and guests sets the relaxed vibe; indeed,
unwinding is terribly easy here. All 12 individually
designed bedrooms are named ater nearby landmarks.
Ours had a comfy double bed, pretty wallpaper,
embroidered cushions and all the usual facilities
you?d expect.
WHAT TO DO OUTSIDE With the South West
Coast path on your doorstep, the area is great for
walking and the coastline is truly stunning. Take the
path westward and, within half a mile, you?ll reach one
of Dorset?s most iconic landmarks ? Durdle Door. Do
take the short walk from Castle Inn down to Lulworth
Cove, a horseshoe-shaped bay with crystal-clear waters
(great for rock-pooling and fossil hunting). Boat Shed
Caf� at the water?s edge serves a brilliant hot chocolate
and there?s a mean selection of cakes, too.
HOW MUCH Double rooms from �9 per
night; castleinn-lulworth.co.uk
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brownber hall
Kirkby Stephen, Cumbria
WHY WE LOVE IT A magniicent mid-Victorian
country house with views of the Howgill Fells and
North Pennines, this Grade II-listed property,
which mixes stained-glass windows and original
William Morris wallpaper with contemporary art, is a
quintessential British country home with a chic twist.
Owners Peter Jaques and Amanda Walker let London
life behind in 2016 and headed north for a new
challenge, completing the restoration of Brownber
Hall. here?s tea and homemade cakes on arrival, a cosy
lounge with log ire and board games, plus an honesty
bar with an excellent gin selection. Special mention
to the sourdough pizza suppers, made by Peter; utterly
delicious and reasonably priced from just �
WHAT TO DO OUTSIDE Bring your walking
boots and stomp up the aforementioned Howgill
Fells, or take a short drive into the Lake District. here
are plenty of wild swimming options close by, too.
HOW MUCH Rooms from � per night;
brownberhall.co.uk
the rectory
Crudwell, Wiltshire
WHY WE LOVE IT It?s a toss-up between the luxe
the parisi hotel
York
WHY WE LOVE IT his colourful boutique hotel
in the heart of York is small but perfectly formed,
its interiors illed with abstract canvases, painted
by the owner?s father, that lit the spirits at every
turn. Breakfast is generous and locally sourced,
and incredibly friendly staf appear as if by magic
when you need some pointers on the historic city.
WHAT TO DO OUTSIDE he Parisi is so central
that you can walk to all the big attractions, but it?s well
worth taking some time to explore the lesser-known
streets of York. Fossgate, Walmgate, Stonegate and
Petergate are all lined with quirky shops, caf閟 and
bars and are easily reached from the hotel. A walk
around the city walls gives you a real sense of its
history and is a lovely way to spend a morning.
HOW MUCH Double rooms from � per
night; sawdays.co.uk/theparisihotel
bedrooms, the heated outdoor pool, or the wales and
DIY Bloody Mary station at breakfast ? there?s much
to love at this former rectory. Interiors are exquisite,
with a dramatic Farrow & Ball palette and original
ixtures such as high ceilings and grand ireplaces.
Upstairs, the 18 bedrooms are soter, with calming
neutrals, crisp linens and freestanding baths. Evenings
start in the sitting room with a ireside Negroni, before
moving into the excellent restaurant for seasonal
delights such as grilled octopus and pork belly. Do
get up for breakfast ? the buttermilk wales (�
are legendary, for good reason.
WHAT TO DO OUTSIDE he towns of
Chippenham and Cirencester are both within
easy reach. If you?re stopping on a Friday night,
Stroud Farmers? Market on a Saturday morning
is a 30-minute drive away and well worth a visit.
HOW MUCH Double rooms from �0;
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bang in wells
Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
WHY WE LOVE IT An unpretentious and
the sheppey
Godney, Somerset
WHY WE LOVE IT A little bit of Shoreditch in
fantastically priced bolthole in this popular seaside
town. Service is impeccable and the all-day seasonal
and locally sourced menu is popular with residents
and locals alike. Part caf�, part B&B, the location is
ideal ? right in the heart of Wells at the top of Straithe
Street, the town?s pedestrianised shopping lane. In the
other direction, he Butland?s, a tree-lined green and
home to two nice pubs, is a hop across the road.
WHAT TO DO OUTSIDE Head for the town?s
superb sandy beach with colourful beach huts (below)
and, if the tide is out, sands that roll on for miles. If you?re
feeling energetic, walk to neighbouring Holkham.
HOW MUCH Double rooms from �5;
banginwells.co.uk
Somerset, he Sheppey is a bizarre cross between
a cool London club and a cider barn ? but it
works. With funky local art, eclectic collectables,
whitewashed walls and plenty of fairy lights, it?s
fun, random and, crucially, not too try-hard. Food
and drink options don?t disappoint, with plenty of
ciders, crat beer, infusions and biodynamic wines,
plus fantastic food fresh from the grill. he ish stew
with Parmesan bread comes highly recommended.
An outdoor terrace area looks down to the tranquil
River Sheppey ? the perfect spot for a sundowner
or a starlit nightcap.
WHAT TO DO OUTSIDE Stroll around the cobbled
streets of Wells, lined with medieval buildings, tearooms,
pubs and old-fashioned shops. he glorious cathedral
dominates ? it?s well worth a look inside to
appreciate the architecture and intricate
stained glass. In nearby Bruton, visit worldclass gallery Hauser & Wirth, currently
Ramsgate, Kent
exhibiting Takesada Matsutani?s ?drop
WHY WE LOVE IT Dating back to 1791, Albion
in time?, and eat at the Roth Bar & Grill.
HOW MUCH Double rooms from �0,
House occupies a dramatic clitop position in
including breakfast; thesheppey.co.uk
this seaside town, just a two-minute walk up from
Ramsgate?s pretty harbour. Interiors accentuate the
elegant surrounds with a heritage colour palette
throughout and lovingly restored original features
such as cornicing, imposing ireplaces and beautiful
wrought-iron balconies. here?s a restaurant serving
excellent food throughout the day and a buzzing
cocktail bar with baby grand piano.
WHAT TO DO OUTSIDE Start your morning with
a bracing walk along Main Sands, Ramsgate?s big, lat
beach to the side of the harbour. he Royal Harbour
Brasserie is our pick for an al-fresco lunch; if it?s dry,
head for the roof terrace ? on a clear day, you can
see across to France. Nearby Margate has undergone
a massive regeneration over the past 10 years and
the town centre is now illed with fantastic vintage
shops and brilliant bistros and bars. Don?t miss
the Turner Contemporary gallery, a hive of cultural
activities, exhibitions and shows.
HOW MUCH Double rooms from �0 including
breakfast; albionhouseramsgate.co.uk
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Penzance, Cornwall
group, owners Justin and Charlotte Salisbury have
again worked their signature restoration magic:
think rustic furniture, bold prints and rooms
decorated by local artists, resulting in an eclectic,
laid-back vibe. It makes a great base for exploring the
beautiful coastline of West Cornwall, while the
in-house restaurant, he Cornish Barn, serves up
a seasonal menu with meat and ish cured, hung,
smoked and charred on the premises.
WHAT TO DO OUTSIDE Head up and around
Chapel Street for a rummage around the town?s
antique and vintage shops. Land?s End and St Ives are
both less than 30 minutes? drive away, while the coast
has some of Cornwall?s most dramatic scenery.
HOW MUCH Double rooms from � per night.
he Artist Residence Penzance is running a 3-for-2
night promotion, valid 1 Nov-15 Feb (excluding
Christmas); artistresidence.co.uk
COMPILED BY: JANE DELANY. PHOTOS: SHUTTERSTOCK,
BEN CARPENTER PHOTOGRAPHY, ALEX MAGUIRE,
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WHY WE LOVE IT Part of the Artist Residence
number 11 brunswick
street
Edinburgh
WHY WE LOVE IT his stylish hotel is full of
period character and atmosphere, from its grand
Georgian architecture to its slate-grey and green
interiors. he 10 individually designed bedrooms are
elegance epitomised, with calming colours (a subtle
dose of tartan here and there, naturally), goose-down
duvets and comfortable mattresses. he fabulous
bathrooms come with heated loors, freestanding
baths or walk-in showers, and fresh lufy robes.
WHAT TO DO OUTSIDE No 11 is in a quiet but
practical location, a short walk from Princes Street
and Carlton Hill, with all the main tourist sites
easily reached. he nearby Botanic Gardens, home to
273,000 plants spread across 70 acres, is a must-see.
HOW MUCH Double rooms from �3, including
breakfast; 11brunswickst.co.uk
timbrell?s yard
Bradford-on-Avon
WHY WE LOVE IT his Grade II-listed building is
tucked away by the river near the iconic Town Bridge
and Lock-Up in this pretty Wiltshire Town. hink
inn-meets-upmarket-boutique-hotel, with plenty
of crooked stone walls and wooden beams. he
comfortable bedrooms include window seats with
views out across the river Avon, and roll-top baths
in all the bathrooms. Do book early for the in-house
restaurant ? executive chef Tom Blake, formerly head
chef at River Cottage, and his team serve up simple,
fresh and utterly delicious food, making best use
of local West Country produce. he roast illet of
Cornish hake, chorizo and romesco is a favourite.
WHERE TO EXPLORE Oten described as a
mini Bath, Bradford-on-Avon is a fabulous little
town full to the brim with independent shops, caf閟
and delis, plus riverside walks and running routes.
Indeed, if you do work up an appetite, a cream tea
at the award-winning Bridge Tea Rooms is a great
way to spend an aternoon, while the champagne
option is pretty good value at � for two.
HOW MUCH Double rooms from �, including
breakfast; timbrellsyard.com
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ORECCHIETTE WITH
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Serves: 2
Preparation: 5 minutes
Cooking: 25 minutes
INGREDIENTS
75g walnut halves
� small garlic clove, peeled
Pinch of sea salt lakes
100g basil leaves
50-60ml olive oil
20g pecorino, inely grated,
plus extra to serve
Sea salt
200g dried orecchiette
200g tenderstem broccoli
METHOD
1 Preheat the oven to 180篊/Fan
160癈/Gas Mark 4. Spread the walnuts
out on an oven tray and roast for 10
minutes. Tip out on to a clean tea towel
and rub the nuts to remove the skins.
2 Pulse the garlic, salt and two-thirds of
the nuts in a food processor to a rough
crumb consistency. Add the basil and oil
and blend to a smooth paste. Stir in the
cheese and taste, adding salt if you like.
3 Bring a large pan of salted water to
the boil, add the orecchiette and cook
according to the instructions (leave in
for a minute less than it says for al dente).
4 While the pasta is cooking, separate
the broccoli stalks from the heads and
then thinly slice. Add the sliced broccoli
stalks to the pan 3 minutes before the
pasta is ready, then the broccoli heads for
the ?nal 2 minutes of cooking. Drain and
tip into a large, warmed bowl, add the
pesto and toss to coat. Top with crushed
walnuts and a little grated pecorino.
SUPER
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Each week, we feature two delicious recipes
? one that?s fast and easy, making it perfect
for when cooking just for yourself or for
two. he other is a dish that?s big on wow
factor for when you have guests. his week,
Rich Harris gives us pasta with a pesto
twist and, for friends, luscious wontons
RECIPES E X TR ACTED
FROM ?ROOT AND LE AF?
BY RICH HARRIS
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WONTONS WITH
CHILLI OIL
Serves: 4
Preparation: 20 minutes
Cooking: 40 minutes
FEED
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FRIENDS
INGREDIENTS
Vegetable oil
2 garlic cloves, peeled and finely chopped
30g ginger, peeled and finely chopped
4 spring onions, white parts finely
chopped, green parts sliced
1 carrot, peeled and finely chopped
200g rainbow chard, stalks finely chopped
and leaves shredded
1 tsp cornlour mixed with 2 tbsp
vegetarian oyster sauce until smooth
Light soy sauce, to taste
4 tbsp Chinese roast chilli oil
1 tbsp Chinkiang black rice vinegar
1 tsp toasted sesame oil
32 wonton wrappers
1.5l vegetable stock
METHOD
PHOTOS: MARTIN POOLE
1 Heat a little vegetable oil in a wok over
a high heat, add the garlic, ginger and
spring onion whites and stir-fry for a
couple of minutes. Add the carrot and
stir-fry for 2-3 minutes. Add the chard
stalks and stir-fry for a couple of minutes,
then add the chard leaves and stir-fry
until the leaves start to wilt. Stir in the
corn?our and oyster sauce mix, season
with soy sauce and cook until thickened.
Remove from the heat and leave to cool.
2 Combine the chilli oil, rice vinegar and
sesame oil in a small saucepan and bring
to a simmer, then remove from the heat.
3 Line a baking tray with greaseproof
paper. To form the wontons, take a small
spoonful of the vegetable mixture and
place in the centre of a wrapper. Lightly
moisten one edge with water, then fold
one tip of the wrapper over to meet the
opposite tip to form a triangle. Press the
edges together to seal. Working along
the longest edge, wrap the opposite
corners around your little ?nger to meet,
then pinch together. Place on the tray.
4 Bring the stock to the boil in a pan.
Add the wontons, in batches, and cook
for 2-3 minutes. Serve with a little stock.
5 Reheat the chilli oil mix, spoon over
the wontons and scatter over the spring
onion greens to garnish.
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Houndstooth tea towels,
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SHELF LIFE
Prepare to be haunted by
Sarah Perry?s latest novel, a Gothic
masterpiece about the nature of humanity
THIS WEEK:
Melmoth
Sarah Perry
NEW
RELEASE
(�.99, SERPENT?S TAIL)
he follow-up to Perry?s best-selling he Essex Serpent is
a more intimate but deliciously creepy novel about grief,
loneliness and regret. Adopting the tone and style of an
18th century Gothic novel, it combines the modern-day
story of Helen Franklin ? an Englishwoman in Prague
living a life of frugal reclusiveness ? with the strange tales
of a manuscript let in her possession. hey are stories of
Melmoth, a female spectre who roams the earth seeking
the guilty to try to tempt them into darkness, and they
unleash something in Helen herself. Lush writing and
a high concept make for a gratifying autumnal read.
OT H ER SP OOK-TASTIC STORIES?
he Haunting
Of Hill House
Shirley Jackson
he Woman In Black
Susan Hill
he Little Stranger
Sarah Waters
(�.99, VINTAGE)
(�99, VIRAGO)
here?s a reason Susan
Hill?s 1983 classic spawned
a blockbuster stage play
and ilm: it?s terrifying. A
cult Gothic-style novel, it?s
set at a remote house oten
cut of when the causeway
is submerged at high tide,
trapping those who enter
with a haunting igure
in black. he benchmark
for modern horror.
An aristocratic family is
struggling with the inances
of its crumbling country
estate, the atermath of the
war? and strange noises
in the night. A departure
for Waters, some ind it
frustratingly inconclusive
but, as ever, it?s beautifully
researched and absorbingly
atmospheric. Read it; then
see the movie adaptation.
(� 99, PE NGUIN MODERN CLASSICS)
WORDS: ALEXANDRA HEMINSLEY. PHOTOS: GETTY
TOP OF
THE PODS
Shirley Jackson?s near
perfect haunted house novel
is set in 1950s America.
What makes it stand out is
the weirdness of the house?s
inhabitants and the strong
undercurrent of female
sexuality. It wrong-foots the
reader with wry humour
and unexpected twists for a
perfect pre-Halloween read.
David?s Out For
A Good Time
Spotify?s new podcast
is by David Olshanetsky,
the creator of LGBTQ+
Tumblr blog The
Shitney Spears.
Each week, David and
co-host Naledi Dube
discuss life and pop culture
with a guest and
their accompanying playlist.
(Think a more woke version
of Desert Island Discs.)
30 For 30: Bikram
Take a trip into the sweaty
world of Bikram yoga in
this ?ve-part ESPN series.
Julia Lowrie Henderson
explores the complex
community following
sexual-assault allegations
aimed at its controversial
founder, Bikram Choudhury.
The Ratline
Presented by barrister and
writer Philippe Sands, this
is an exploration of Otto
W鋍hter, a senior Austrian
Nazi indicted for mass murder,
and the ?ratlines? ? post-war
Nazi escape routes out of
Europe ? to discover what
really led to Otto?s death.
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involvement of Nazanin?s
husband, Richard Ratclife,
who is tirelessly campaigning
for her release, this harrowing
story of her Tehran arrest and
continuing incarceration has
been turned into a gripping
play. Touring the UK until 12
Oct; howellproductions.co.uk
C AT P O W E R ,
WA N D E R E R
his 10th studio album
from the US musician is her
irst in six years and features
a collaboration with Lana
Del Rey. Recorded over recent
years, the album launches
Cat on a worldwide tour.
TH E M E A DOW
S P A AT T H Y M E
his photography exhibition
from charity Breaking Barriers
highlights the dreams and
challenges facing refugees in
the UK today. From 4 Oct,
London; proteinstudios.com
TURNER PRIZE
A S TA R I S B O R N
One of the world?s bestknown artistic prizes returns
to Tate Britain for its 34th
edition. he prize is awarded
to a British artist for an
outstanding exhibition or
presentation of their work.
And this year?s exhibition,
featuring four ilms, is one
of the most political to date.
tate.org.uk
Lady Gaga stars in this
critically-lauded remake of
the popular tale (it?s the
fourth outing for the story)
alongside Bradley Cooper.
Seasoned musician Jackson
Maine discovers and falls in
love with Gaga?s Ally ? but
how will their relationship
survive when her star
begins to rise?
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Pufed-up egos, bad suits
and poor maths are all in
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HARD CAPITALISM?S favourite
pantomime he Apprentice returns to a
strange world, partly of the programme?s
own doing. Its irst US host, Donald
Trump, is President. Its loudest celebrity
mouth, Piers Morgan, briely stropped of
social media. Its most disagreeable UK
dame, Katie Hopkins, is in liquidation.
One of Lord Sugar?s old righthand men
has turned the benign words-based quiz
Countdown from afable cosiness into a
tense, taciturn place. Happy earning, folks!
Lord Sugar cuts boldly to his chase.
?Make me money,? he says, in his reverse
Chris Tarrant?s chair, ?or piss of.? It?s
chilling to the bone. Sixteen contestants
nod, as if listening to the wisdom of gods.
One of them calls herself ?he Beyonc� of
Business?, which sounds fun until it quickly
transpires she?s industry?s own Michelle
Williams, not even its Kelly Rowland. A
new piercing (eyebrow) is introduced to
the skill sets and CVs on display. A woman
stands out from the amorphous crowd by
virtue of wearing a bad old Roland Mouret
copy in the colourway of the day, ?Amal
Clooney yellow? (Farrow & Ball: take it).
he luckless participants, who surely
must arrive aware of the mental challenges
ahead in the search to become the new
Katie Hopkins, are dispatched to Malta.
Which, I suppose is the concession to he
Apprentice becoming, in 2018, a little bit
Love Island. Everyone?s business practice
feels as if it?s been learned at a suburban
cocaine dealership. he men wear too
tight acrylic suit trousers and hold
smartphones at right angles. Perhaps with
this cokey vibe in mind, part of the irst
task is to buy 40kg of pure Maltese salt.
Unlike the last three seasons, there is no
naked male torso on display, oven-ready for
the cover of a forthcoming naked issue of
one of the UK?s leading gay titles. Which
kind of deies the whole point of Malta.
A vaguely buf team leader is seen in vest
and pants in the pared-down townhouse
of this year?s bufoons? HQ. Genuinely
fractious class war erupts in the boardroom.
In 12 weeks? time, given the current
reality TV climate at Westminster, one
can fully expect Alan Sugar to be running
for Conservative leadership against
Jacob Rees-Mogg and Rylan. I guess I?ll
still be watching. Because within all the
mean-spirited, greed-is-good, hatcherite
toxicity of he Apprentice?s instruction,
there?s still something certiiably wonderful
about watching horrible people fail.
Begins Wednesday, 9pm, BBC One
Former Shameless
actress Sarah
Byrne means
business
A Real treat
The more The Real Housewives
Of Beverly Hills entrenches on
the schedule, the more it feels
like the ghost of Jackie Collins
walks among us. Fabulous,
trashy, dreamlike and full of
the most incredible surgery,
it introduced us to Yolanda
Hadid and the inimitable Lisa
Vanderpump. The latter?s
tagline for season eight? ?The
Queen of Diamonds always
has an ace up her sleeve.?
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hank you for featuring models
with a physical disability in your Big
Fashion Issue (24 Sept). I?m 44 and
have been an avid reader of women?s
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LET ? S SAY IT LIKE IT I S
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Sept). I?ve gone up several sizes
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A DATE WITH DE STINY ?
A lot of he reality of dating ater
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I was moved by ?Childbirth
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also made very frightened of
childbirth by other women?s
horror stories. I was terriied
of the pain and loss of control.
I now have a son and I can?t
tell you how wonderful it is to
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I?d expected and, with the
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and more able to cope than I?d
thought. Insist on help. Frankly,
I think that women planning to
give birth without pain relief is
ridiculous. It?s not a competition
and you shouldn?t get kudos for
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TWIGS AND
her Shia guy
IS THERE A couple more suited?
Ater Shia LaBeouf ?s split from
long-term girlfriend Mia Goth,
the American actor is now dating
singer and artist Tahliah Barnett
? aka FKA twigs. Sources say that
the arty duo are ?very happy? ater
meeting on the set of Shia?s new
ilm, Honey Boy.
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DOWNTON?S
making us Abbey!
THE CAST of the hotly
anticipated new Downton
Abbey ilm have shared a
few behind-the-scenes snaps.
?Quick catch-up ater 9 holes
of golf? ater rehearsals,
rehearsals and scene study!?
wrote Alan Leech (centre)
alongside his Instagram post.
Oh, what larks!
month, throughout October Marks
& Spencer will be donating 20% of
sales from a selection of pink products
(modelled by survivors of breast cancer
and their loved-ones, above) to Breast
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(net-a-porter.com)
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SOMETHING
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of proits from each product
going to support the charity. A
must. From �0, until 9 Oct
�5, Sydney Evan
(net-a-porter.com)
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PETER CRO
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chy with
Clancy
but stay with us. he 6t 7in Stoke City
FC footballer has bagged a sot spot in our
hearts ? and it?s not for winning 42 England
caps or doing the robot dance (although we
still remain huge fans of that, obviously). No,
it?s Crouchy?s recent hilarious revelations,
via his BBC Radio 5 Live Podcast, hat
Peter Crouch Podcast. First, he disclosed
that he?d had a deck of specially printed
business cards made to hand to people
who commented on his height (answering
questions like: ?What?s the weather like
up there?? ?Why didn?t you choose to play
basketball??). hen he revealed that Prince
Harry had told him he was punching above
his weight. ?I remember Harry said to me
once, ?Crouchy, how did you bag Abbey??
I told Abbey? she was buzzing. He was
dissing me, he was laughing his head of,
then walked of. I was like, ?Did that just
happen?!?? He also claimed, ?I basically
invented Come Dine With Me,? that he beat
Brooklyn Beckham at ping-pong and had
to put him to bed at the 2006 World Cup,
and that Steven Gerrard once dressed up
as an old man to dodge the paps. Perhaps
it?s no wonder his podcast is riding higher
than Serial in the charts ? at number one
? with tall tales like that.
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BEST FOR COLUMNS,
RECTANGLES AND
ROUNDED SHAPES
should switch things around with a neat,
plain knit on their top half and Ganni?s
frill-trimmed silk leopard print trousers on
their bottom, or John Lewis & Partners?
culottes in orange, cobalt or emerald.
Emphasise your waist, because whatever
variation on the theme of triangle you
are, you will have one.
Columns, rectangles and roundeds
don?t have waists. Columns ? who are
straight up and down, as the nomenclature
suggests ? can add the illusion of one,
and of curves more generally, by way of
a peplum jacket or top, a full skirt, a frill
or two. (I like Zara?s check top.)
Rectangles and roundeds need to
even more on that skim factor. A to
dress itted to below the bust that th
lares into a subtle A-line will proba
be the best bet, like Marks & Spenc
brown-on-blush loral chifon frock
on-trend asymmetric hemline. Diag
can disguise lumps and bumps brill
Try Warehouse?s honey-stripe midi
Long-line single-breasted jackets ar
your friend, like Ceinn?s classic Jam
in assorted colours. Flat-front trous
and lashing your wrists or ankles ?
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everyone. Me+Em?s stitch-detail sli
in assorted colours, tick both boxes
Seek out brands that work best f
lines. Oten one that serves a count
where lots of women share your ph
will serve you well. If you are petite
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ones like Zara; if you are tall, Scand
brands like Arket and Ganni. If you
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(net-a-porter.com).
4. �0, no 21
(matchesfashion.com).
5. �0, saptodjojokartiko
(modaoperandi.com).
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(net-a-porter.com)
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bromley.co.uk). 2. �195,
jimmy choo (jimmychoo.
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ungaro x malone
souliers (matches
fashion.com). 4. �0,
miista (shopsplash.com).
5. �0, stuart
weitzman (stuart
weitzman.com).
6. �9, kurt geiger
(kurtgeiger.com).
7. �5, sergio rossi
(sergiorossi.com).
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2. �5, yuul yie (modaoperandi.
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(matchesfashion.com). 4. �4,
jacquemus (jacquemus.com).
5. �0, camper (camper.com).
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(marksandspencer.com). 7. �5,
neous (neous.co.uk). 8. �5,
rejina pyo (brownsfashion.com)
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com). 2. �, schuh
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ugg (ugg.com). 4. �0,
jennifer chamandi (harrods.
com). 5. �, office (office.
co.uk). 6. �5, proenza
schouler (harveynichols.com)
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com). 2. �5, dorateymur
(farfetch.com). 3. �0,
isabel marant (isabelmarant.
com). 4. �5, lk bennett
(lkbennett.com). 5. �0, geox
(geox.com). 6. �0, ecco
(eccoshoesuk.com). 7. �9,
hobbs (hobbs.co.uk). 8. �0,
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With adult acne on the rise, Emma Strenner discovers
HIT THE SPOT
the latest treatments to address the problem head on?
THREE WEEKS before I was due to get
married, my skin literally combusted into
cystic acne. It could have been the guest
list, parents, juggling lots of travel for
work, but let?s give it the umbrella title
of ?stress?. And there was no overnight
?quick-ix?. Cystic acne is persistent and
it took up camp all down my cheeks ? the
central point of stress-induced breakouts.
But I?m not the only one: he
International Dermal Institute found
that 40-55% of adults aged 20-40 are
diagnosed with low-grade acne and oily
skin, while the Journal Of he American
Academy
of women aged 2 -p us now sufer from
acne. Begging the question: why now?
?Hormonal changes, rising pollution
and increased levels of stress are all
contributing to a surge in cases of adult
acne,? says Dr Barbara Kubicka, aesthetic
medical physician. Consider it the insult
of insults from life?s revolving door of
karma: whether you managed to avoid
an adolescence of breakouts or not, to
then have to contend with them in later
life feels incredibly unfair. So what can
you do about it?
W HY, OH W HY ?
?Acne is driven mostly by clogging of pores
and bacterial overgrowth,? says Dr Robert
Anolik, fellow of the American Academy
of Dermatology. ?When overactive oil
glands are combined with a clogged
pore, this ultimately leads to swelling
and a breakout.? However, bad cleansing
habits are not public enemy number one.
?Genetic factors are the most inluential,
closely followed by particular medications
and hormones.? Or, more speciically,
heightened levels of the male hormone
testosterone, which rises in the system 89
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when faced with the ight-or-light
situations brought on by stress. ?If male
hormones are elevated in women, these
oil glands can become particularly
active and acne can strike.?
?Adult acne skin tends to be less oily
and with fewer comedones [the clogged
hair follicle that manifests as blackheads
or whiteheads], but is oten more
inlammatory compared to teenage
acne,? explains cosmetic dermatologist
Dr Stefanie Williams. ?Adults suferin
with acne oten report combination or
even dry/sensitive skin, which makes
treatment a little more challenging than
that of teenage acne, where skin tends
to be more ?robust? and oily.?
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BREAKOUT STARS
Sarah Chapman Power A Renewal
System, �5 [1]
A gentle but effective vitamin A
derivative, see through the whole 10-day
system and remember to avoid applying
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Origins Clear Improvement Charcoal
Honey Mask, � [2]
A deep pore cleansing mask that
draws out environmental toxins,
with added wild?ower and honey
to soothe disgruntled skin.
Dr Dennis Gross Spotlite Acne
Treatment Device, � [3]
A nifty little device with medical grade
red and blue light technology to kill
the acne forming bacteria. Look out for
the full face version, out November.
P RO BL E M S O LVE R
?A typical response of those sufering
from adult acne is to tackle the
surrounding dry, irritated skin, but
applying skincare that?s too rich or oily
around the area can easily aggravate the
acne itself,? warns Dr Williams. ?By far
the best way to deal with acne is to see
a dermatologist for prescription creams
(or tablets if needed). hese are oten a
mix of anti-inlammatory, comedolytic (to
prevent clogged pores) and antibacterial.?
Equally, it?s imperative to get your
day-to-day routine down to a T. ?To
prevent acne breakouts, opt for light but
hydrating products and/or medical grade,
oil-free serums with pollution prevention,?
suggests Dr Kubicka, who stresses that a
thorough cleansing regime is absolutely
key. ?Seek out cleansers with active ? but
not abrasive ? ingredients like polylactic
acids.? And remember the basic rule: if
your skin feels ?squeaky clean? post-cleanse,
the formula is probably too harsh for you,
stripping your skin of its natural oils.
Speaking of which, consider facial oils
a no-go for anybody with a tendency to
breakout, warns Dr Williams. ?hese
clog up pores, ?congest? skin and aggravate
breakouts.? As for that tea tree oil so loved
in your teens? ?It may have mild antiinlammatory efects, but its pore-clogging
properties, in my professional experience,
greatly outweigh the mild beneits.?
Post-basics, look for vitamin A
derivatives such as retinol and
retinaldehyde, alongside exfoliating acids
like glycolic and salicylic to clarify the
pores, prompt cell renewal and prevent
further breakouts. Just be sure to keep
an eye on the numbers. ?he ideal 2.
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Elemis Dynamic Resurfacing
Facial Pads, � [4]
With patented Tri-Enzyme technology,
these gently exfoliating pads will get
the job done without causing
unnecessary upset.
Bare Minerals Blemish
Rescue, � [5]
This is the holy grail of breakout
make-up ? with a non-comedogenic
formula that works with in?amed
skin rather than against it.
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Naturally antibacterial charcoal in this
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6.
Dr Sam?s Flawless Cleanser, � [7]
Formulated for adult acne-prone skin,
this creamy cleanser gets rid of every
morsel of make-up and daily grime
without disturbing skin?s delicate barrier.
La Roche Posay Redermic [R],
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his 0.3% retinol-enhanced formula
gentle enough for ?rst-timers but
werful enough to address uneven
skin tone and dark spots, while
preventing spots.
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Vitamin A Speeds up skin cell
regeneration to prevent further
clogging and reveal newer,
clearer skin, while preventing
clogging in the ?rst place.
Consider it the gold standard.
These are key forms:
Retinol ? from 0.15%-1%
depending on skin tolerance.
Retinaldehyde ? or retinal,
vitamin A aldehyde ? from
0.015%.
Adapalene ? more stable to
light and oxygen compared
to tretinoin (and available
over the counter).
Isotretinoin ? a good option
for severe acne.
Tretinoin ? the strongest,
prescription-strength vitamin A.
percentage of active ingredients depends
very much on the individual?s skin type
and condition as well as the overall
formulation and co-ingredients of the
product, so no general rules can be
applied,? explains Dr Williams. Remember
that the percentage of active ingredients
may change over the course of treatment,
as many topicals ? such as retinol and
retinoids ? need to be slowly integrated
into your routine, as your skin learns to
tolerate them. Start by applying a low
percentage of over-the-counter retinol
once a week, slowly working up to daily
use and, inally, prescription formulas.
T E C HY T R E ATM E N T S
Topicals aside, Dr Anolik ? like many
other top derms ? currently favours
supericial chemical peels in combination
with light and laser technologies. He
opts for the Isolaz laser, which combines
suction to unclog pores and uses an intense
pulsed light (or IPL) to kill bacteria and
even out skin tone (ie, those pink and
brown marks let behind from previous out
breaks). Finally, for any remaining acne
scars, he injects the area with a drop of
cortisone to help bring them down faster.
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For regular anti-spot maintenance,
there?s LED Light herapy, which uses a
combination of diferent light spectrums
to tackle lare-ups and ? unlike other more
invasive options ? requires zero downtime.
?Blue light has antibacterial properties
and red helps with healing, making a
combination of the two a very efective
and safe treatment for acne suferers,?
explains Dr Kubicka. ?By gently heating
up the skin, red light improves blood
circulation and oxygen absorption while
stimulating a release of cytokines ? the
body?s messengers that promote healing.?
But not all machines are made equal: look
out for Dermalux Tri-Wave, which
combines red, blue and near infrared light.
As for the future of our spots? Still
under development ? but set to be groundbreaking alongside existing technologies
? is the silver nanoparticle treatment
co-developed by Sienna Biopharmaceuticals
and Nano Composix. he topical
photoparticle therapy sends silica-shelled
silver nanoplates straight down the hair
shat within the oil gland to reach the base
of the breakout. From here, infrared laser
is used to target and damage the gland ?
halting acne-causing oil production at
the source. Watch this space?
Acids These are the expert
exfoliators ? great for getting
out the gunk before it causes
any upset. ?The percentage of
acids depends on whether the
products contain one type of
acid or a combination. The rule
of thumb is single acids should
be from 10-15%,? recommends
Dr Williams. Look out for:
Azelaic acid ? with antiin?ammatory bene?ts.
Salicylic ? speedy at penetrating
pores (avoid during pregnancy).
Glycolic acid ? shrinks pores
while improving scarring.
Lactic acid ? less irritating and
great for sensitive skin types.
Mandelic acid ? ideal for
brightening skin.
Vitamin B In?amed skin needs
some soothing TLC to get it
back on track. Consider adding
calming vitamin B3 and B5 into
your routine with a savvy serum
like Skinceuticals Hydrating
B5, �, or Drunk Elephant
B-Hydra Intensive Hydration
Gel, �.
Avoid: harmful stabilisers,
mineral oils or heavy metals
and opt for non-comedogenic
(non-pore-blocking) make-up.
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Like a ray of sunshine
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Breast Cancer Awareness Month ? which
is why our favourite beauty products
are suddenly in the pink. Every year, a
power pack of beauty brands get involved,
creating lust-worthy limited editions
of their cult classics and donating a hety
chunk of the sales to Breast Cancer
charities. So, if you?re looking to replenish
your beauty supplies, you couldn?t have
picked a better time?
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COMING UP ROSES
What?s not to love about Elemis ProCollagen Rose Cleansing Balm, �?
A supersize tub with a beautiful design
by Lily & Lionel (which, by the way,
was printed using celery dipped in ink),
plus a new, limited-edition rose scent.
We recommend stockpiling while it lasts.
Give back: Elemis is donating �,000
directly to Breast Cancer Care.
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Who doesn?t want bouncier, voluminous
hair? Exactly. Which is why Bumble and
bumble hickening Spray, �, is such
a cult classic. A clever concoction
of wheat protein, honey and polymers
restore moisture while adding oomph,
for that Gisele B黱dchen bounce.
Give back: �from every sale of the
pink-packaged hickening Spray
will be donated to the Breast
Cancer Research Foundation.
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his year, GHD has teamed up with
designer Lulu Guinness to bring us the
chicest tools in the trade. Upgrade your
kit with the GHD Gold Styler, �9,
adorned with Lulu?s signature lip print,
and kiss bad hair days bye-bye.
Give back: � from every styler will
go to Breast Cancer Now. Plus, for
every pouting selie posted on Instagram
using #KisshisCancer and tagging
@ghdhair and @breastcancernow,
GHD will donate an additional �
SWEET SCENTSATION
Jo Malone Red Roses Cologne,
�, ofers a modern update on the
classic loral. With seven varieties
of its namesake lower alongside zingy
lemon, violet leaf and comforting
honeycomb, this scent gives us
warm summer evening feels.
Give back: � from every bottle sold
in October will be donated to the
Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
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treatments for those
dealing with cancer.
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LIP LOVE
Fan-favourite lipstick shades Pink and
Sandwash Pink have coupled up in Bobbi
Brown?s Pinks with Purpose Lip Colour
Duo, �. Creamy in texture with a
semi-matte inish, these blush bullets
look good on literally every complexion.
Give back: �from the sale of each
duo goes to he Breast Cancer
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No one?s beauty arsenal is complete
without a WetBrush ? especially not
a prettiied Breast Cancer Awareness
Detangler, �.99. It?s the ultimate
mane-taming tool that detangles
knotty hair in seconds without
snapping delicate strands.
Give back: 20% of proits go directly
to Breast Cancer Awareness.
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Louise Redknapp has collaborated with Harveys to create
a BOLD interiors collection that?s as stylish as she is
JUST AS WE long for a
stylish new coat as autumn
approaches, who doesn?t lust
ater some luxe new interiors
pieces as the nights draw in?
If, like us, you spent most of the long hot
summer outdoors, it?s time to show your
home some TLC.
Which is why we?re excited by the new
BOLD by Louise collection for Harveys
? a chic furniture range designed in
collaboration with singer, dancer and
actress Louise Redknapp.
Just as Louise has shaken up her career,
going from girl-band sensation to Strictly
Come Dancing inalist and West End star,
her interiors collection will shake up your
home with fresh vibrant designs that are
full of personality. he BOLD by Louise
collection features sofas, cushions and rugs,
and each piece is something that the star
would put in her own family home. ?For
me, the living room is a chill-out zone and
the hub of the home, so as well as bold and
boundary pushing, the collection had to be
comfortable and great for lounging,? she
says. She picks the coral pink love seat as
one of her favourite pieces, along with the
classic grey corner sofa ? but if those aren?t
the shades for you, each style is available in
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Serene with its subtle sheen, the BOLD
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Design details are key. For example,
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to keep the silhouette smart and crisp.
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Mykonos, Greece
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chilled glass of Greek Sauvignon
Blanc, take in the sublime view
of whitewashed houses set against
a shimmering blue sea. It?s the
Insta-perfect vista this Cycladean
island is famous for. Choose
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10 UK hotels deliver on
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the castle inn
Lulworth Cove, Dorset
WHY WE LOVE IT his 16th-century thatched
pub is in the heart of picturesque Lulworth on
the Dorset coast. Recently refurbished, the Castle
Inn is all about homely food, coastal walks and
ireside drinks, topped of with a brilliant night?s
sleep. A warm welcome on arrival in a bar busy with
both locals and guests sets the relaxed vibe; indeed,
unwinding is terribly easy here. All 12 individually
designed bedrooms are named ater nearby landmarks.
Ours had a comfy double bed, pretty wallpaper,
embroidered cushions and all the usual facilities
you?d expect.
WHAT TO DO OUTSIDE With the South West
Coast path on your doorstep, the area is great for
walking and the coastline is truly stunning. Take the
path westward and, within half a mile, you?ll reach one
of Dorset?s most iconic landmarks ? Durdle Door. Do
take the short walk from Castle Inn down to Lulworth
Cove, a horseshoe-shaped bay with crystal-clear waters
(great for rock-pooling and fossil hunting). Boat Shed
Caf� at the water?s edge serves a brilliant hot chocolate
and there?s a mean selection of cakes, too.
HOW MUCH Double rooms from �9 per
night; castleinn-lulworth.co.uk
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brownber hall
Kirkby Stephen, Cumbria
WHY WE LOVE IT A magniicent mid-Victorian
country house with views of the Howgill Fells and
North Pennines, this Grade II-listed property,
which mixes stained-glass windows and original
William Morris wallpaper with contemporary art, is a
quintessential British country home with a chic twist.
Owners Peter Jaques and Amanda Walker let London
life behind in 2016 and headed north for a new
challenge, completing the restoration of Brownber
Hall. here?s tea and homemade cakes on arrival, a cosy
lounge with log ire and board games, plus an ho
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