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that he?ll star in
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the forthcoming
Amazon adaptation
of the New York
Times sex and
relationship column.
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POLLY
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to whoever. Whether they?re that lot
previously mentioned or? a footballer
accused of rape! Or Harvey Weinstein!
Jonathan Franzen got it for his ?writing
rules?. Jamie Oliver got it for his ?jerk rice?.
I got it for writing a book: an offence
punishable by RIP-I, because? actually,
I?m not sure why. Unsure why most of the
above got RIP-I?d, TBH.
I assume we deserved it. Why else would
we have been attacked, lampooned, vilified
with such alacrity by complete strangers?
Why else would they e-scream so loudly
about our stupidity, incompetence,
insensitivity, foolishness? Insist we?d
triggered their mental health issues. Rage
against the danger we pose ?young people?.
Ignore or deny or stay wilfully ignorant to
the fact that, when one lone individual is
RIP-I?d, is mass-monstered online ? they?re
likely to become distressed in real life.
Confused and befuddled. Humiliated by
comments about their appearance. Anxious;
ashamed. Paranoid to the point of PTSD;
their sense of self so diminished by the
judgements of a hundred Online Others
? they stop knowing quite who they are.
I mean, I suppose, in the future, when
contemplating taking part in a RIP-I, we
could pause to ask if the latest subject is
deserving of such treatment. Distinguish
between, say, an RIP-I on a rapist, and one
directed at a daft student with a crush, or
a woman who?s not so great with money.
Consider what might happen to them,
emotionally, if we proceed. Wonder if,
one day, they might be us?
Or we could just carry on.
Righteous
Internet Pile-In Day,
everyone! Today?s
THE DAY! The day
UPS
we?re allowed to express extraordinary
online offence at? anybody, really. As long
as we all do it together, in one lovely pack!
Like with that Grazia interviewee who
revealed she couldn?t survive on �k
a year. Or the white American teenager
who wore traditional Chinese dress to
her prom. The Oxford uni chump, who
last week posted about being infatuated
with a lowly waitress. Who knows who?s
next? The rapidly developing ways in
which people can be considered to have
transgressed mean we can only know for
sure that, sooner or later, someone will.
And once they do: yay! We may pile in
upon them, as one! Unleash social
media-platformed hell because that?s how
we demonstrate what flawlessly, perfectly,
good humans we are, relatively!
I mean, I say Righteous Internet Pile-In
Day?s today. Actually: every day is RIP-I
Day! Has been for, what? Five years? What
a fabulous five years they?ve been! A time
to lump together, give equivalency to,
then dole out the same pile-in punishment,
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Last week saw relentless
headlines about divisions
between the Cambridges
and Sussexes. Here,
Grazia reveals the inside
story on the royal rift
IT COULD BE A SCENE straight
out of Downton Abbey; from the servants
in the downstairs quarters to the horse
grooms in the mews, there was no escaping
the chatter in the royal palaces last week.
The hot topic? Have William and Kate
really fallen out with Meghan and Harry?
?There?s no smoke without fire,? a royal
insider told Grazia. ?Yes, there?s tension
within The Firm.?
Indeed, last week was by no means an
easy one for Meghan. Exactly a year after
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T H E FA B F O U R ?
she and Prince Harry announced their
engagement, the Duchess was the subject
of damaging claims about her new life
? and her relationship with the other
members of the royal family.
First, it was reported that Prince Harry
and Meghan are due to move out of
their Kensington Palace home, which is
next door to Prince William and Kate
Middleton, and into Frogmore Cottage
in 2019 ? a sign, commentators said, that
they were physically distancing their
courts. Frogmore is a royal residence in
Windsor, which was previously (and
perhaps rather ironically) once occupied
by Wallis Simpson and Prince Edward.
Then there were claims that Meghan
and Kate have failed to see eye-to-eye.
Reports claimed Kate had been ?left shaken
and in tears? because of Meghan?s ?strict
wedding instructions? at a bridesmaid
dress fitting with Princess Charlotte in
the run-up to her marriage.
The royal drama then continued when
it was claimed that the two princes
themselves had also suffered a fallout
before Harry and Meghan?s big day,
apparently because Harry felt William
?wasn?t rolling out the red carpet? for his
new wife as she joined The Firm.
It was also claimed that Meghan was
unpopular with royal staff, with endless
gossip about her going on behind closed
doors and insiders speculating on their
marriage, ?giving them just five years?.
Last week?s explosive headlines come
in the wake of near ceaseless reports about
the nature of relations between Meghan
and other members of the royal family.
Earlier this month, it was reported that
Princess Eugenie had been irked by the fact
that Meghan announced she was pregnant
during her nuptials. Then, there was news
that the Queen had had to step in to advise
Harry that Meghan would not always
be able to get her own way: she wasn?t
allowed to wear the tiara of her choice for
her wedding, leading to Harry apparently
saying, ?What Meghan wants, Meghan
gets!? in an outburst.
So, what is going on behind the scenes
at Kensington Palace?
Grazia understands that Prince Harry
is ?frustrated? at the near endless leaks
coming from Kensington Palace, especially
in the last week. ?Harry is absolutely
furious, and he is convinced that
disgruntled aides are leaking information,? 21
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said a royal insider. ?He considered putting
out a statement, which he famously did
when they first got together. However, his
advisors pushed back, saying he shouldn?t
get involved. He is absolutely besotted by
Meghan, and hugely protective. The more
talk there is of her out there, the more
protective he becomes.?
Meghan, meanwhile, has been described
as ?not to everyone?s taste?, with royal
insiders saying that while William is one
of the few people close enough to Harry
to be honest with him, that in itself meant
big problems at the start of his relationship
with Meghan. ?William did have concerns
and voiced them, which didn?t go down
very well,? said a royal source. ?So clearly
there have been some tensions.?
In the months following the wedding,
it?s become apparent that there are teething
problems. ?There have been whispers of
Meghan?s difficult behaviour for a while,
but I think no one wanted to rain on their
parade,? said a source. ?The wedding was
a huge success and they did a really good
job oversees in Australia. But the turning
point came during ?tiara gate?, because
that was the first time we got a different
perspective on Meghan. Then came the
story about 5am emails to courtiers. It
opened the floodgates.?
However, while rumours of tensions
and fighting have grabbed the biggest
headlines, there were also royal staff who
last week spoke up in support of Meghan.
?Meghan has a different approach to life
and work, which is taking a lot of adjusting
to within The Firm,? added a royal source.
?They?re certainly not having the smoothest
of starts to a marriage, but for most people
involved this is all just friction as Harry
and Meghan find their feet ? and who
they are within the royal show.?
Others point to the fact that she was a
36-year-old woman with a career behind
her when she entered The Firm ? facts
that have undoubtedly led to her having a
different approach, but a positive one. ?To
some, she is a total breath of fresh air who
is doing things differently,? said the insider.
?The whole situation is definitely taking
some getting used to but, in general,
Meghan is considered within the family
to have been a positive influence.?
Indeed, some speculation should be
taken with a pinch of salt ? especially
when it comes to the new family home,
Frogmore. ?Harry is a newly married man
with his own family on the way,? added
another royal source. ?How many people
stay living next door to their older brother
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THERE HAVE
BEEN WHISPERS
OF MEGHAN?S
DIFFICULT
BEHAVIOUR
and his wife at that stage in their lives??
Meanwhile, talk of friction between
Meghan and her new sister-in-law
appeared to be dispelled by Kate herself
last week, during an official engagement in
Leicester. There she told onlookers how
excited she was about Meghan and Harry?s
baby. ?It?s such a special time to have all
the kiddies,? she said.
?Kate is very clever,? said a royal source.
?She knows that these stories about them
not getting on shouldn?t be out there ? that?s
why she commented. Kate has gone out of
her way to make Meghan feel comfortable.
But in reality, they are very different
women; they?ve got different personalities.
They were never going to be best friends.?
Observers have also been quick to point
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Currently sub-divided into ?ats,
Frogmore Cottage will undergo a
multi-million-pound renovation to get
it ready for Meghan, Harry and Baby
Sussex. The couple already own
a country pad ? Great Tew in the
Cotswolds ? and have hired the
interior design company to the
Beckhams and Clooneys, Charles &
Co, to create its interior. Founded
by Vicky Charles, former global head
of design at Soho House, and Julia
Corden, wife of comedian James, the
pair are known for creating a stylish
vibe that?s also kick-your-heels-off
comfy and child-friendly.
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choose them for Frogmore, expect
a blend of old and new with lots of
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layering, statement rugs, soft-to-touch
throws, scented candles, along with
modern sofas juxtaposed with
traditional armchairs and a mix of
natural materials from wood to linens.
This approach is tuned in to
Meghan?s style, which we got to see
via her now defunct blog, The Tig.
Her Toronto home was decorated in
Scandi-meets-California cool with
a neutral palette, natural textiles and
her own take on mixing traditional
with modern ? for instance, a
Saarinen-style marble-topped tulip
table combined with modern chairs,
retro table lights and a vintage mirror.
A large sofa was draped with throws
(and often a dog), while cowhide and
Moroccan rugs warmed the ?oors.
Art ?lled the walls and vases of
?owers were often combined with
Diptyque candles, while coffee table
books were stacked on console
tables. In fact, books were a big part
of her decorating scheme ? colourcoded, they were piled on the ?oor
and ?lled ?oor-to-ceiling bookshelves.
While the look of Frogmore
Cottage is likely to be somewhat
more re?ned, we?re betting it will be
rooted in this laidback cool vibe.
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out that Meghan has, at many points
throughout her first year as part of the
family, been happily accepted by the royal
family. She and the Queen, for example,
got on ?famously? while on their first royal
engagement together in June. Plus, there
have been reports that Meghan has in fact
acted as something of a ?peacemaker?
between Harry and his father Prince
Charles, with whom she is thought to get
on well. Earlier this year, it was revealed
that the Queen had even invited her
mother, Doria Ragland, to Sandringham
to spend Christmas with the family.
Indeed, Christmas is the next major
event in the House of Windsor calendar
when all members of the family
traditionally come together. But last week
there was talk that William and Kate
wouldn?t be present.
?William and Kate do alternate
Christmases; one year at Sandringham,
then the next with the Middletons,? says
royal expert and author of Harry: Life,
Loss And Love, Kate Nicholl. ?James
Middleton hinted recently that they were
all going to be together at Christmas.
Remember, Pippa?s just had a little boy;
and it?s Louis? first Christmas. William
promised Kate when they got married
that she would always stay close to her
family ? and Christmas was one of those
things that Kate was adamant she
wouldn?t give up.?
Another source added: ?If they spend
Christmas apart, it will probably be more
to do with alternating years. But saying
that, clearly there doesn?t appear to be a
close bond between them at the moment,
so that could also be a deciding factor.
From what I understand, the invitations
haven?t gone out yet??
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would say must) wear
sequins in the day.
But how to do them?
Temper disco metallics
by opting for a wearable
silhouette ? not too
tight, not too short
? and layer over a
roll-neck knit. Up
the cool credentials
with cowboy boots.
Bag, �, M&S Collection
(marksandspencer.com)
5, Topshop
op.com)
IT?S FINALLY DECEMBER! Which
means we are now bauble-earrings deep
in party season. But you?ll know that,
of course, from the influx of sparkly
clothes, sparkly drinks and much less
sparkly faces on your morning commute.
Whether you don?t have a free night
until January, or just a couple of blowout dos on the agenda, the pressure is
on. No wonder we all slip into hysterical
language: ?I?m dying!? we declare. ?How
will you be surviving party season?? we
ask. December, it seems, transforms us
all into Bear Grylls in a bandage dress.
So, what should be the tactics of
the intrepid party-goer? Plasters, a
portable charger and a pint of water
before bed all deserve a shout out. ?An
exceptionally good Bloody Mary is the
single most effective hangover cure,? says
designer Olivia von Halle. The interior
designer Matilda Goad, meanwhile, is
all about milk thistle ? ?A welcome hero
at this time of year.? ?In the way that yoga
is all about your breath, party season
is all about your hydration,? says writer
and creative director Raven Smith.
?Keep it interesting by bulk-buying
different drinks ? still, sparkling, coconut,
charcoal, birch ? removing the labels
and rouletting your liquid intake.?
One area you should avoid rouletting,
however, is your wardrobe. The question
of what to wear is laden with a particular
kind of pressure at this time of year. An
outfit must be glamorous but not garish,
special but not safe, festive but not fancy
dress. Furthermore, not all parties are born
equal ? the demands of a daytime do are
different to the night out-out ? and all of
them require slightly different dress codes.
Exhausting? Of course ? but our SOS
style guide has you covered for every party
eventuality. Don?t worry, you?ll survive it. PA RI S FA S H I O N W E E K
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(katespade.co.uk)
Shoes, �0, Sergio Rossi
(sergiorossi.com)
Top, �.99, Mango
(mango.com)
GOING FROM
DESK TO
DANCE FLOOR
PA RI S FA S H I O N W E E K
Skirt, �0, Raey
(matchesfashion.com)
Jacket, �.99, Mango
(mango.com)
WHEN YOU?RE
PARTY HOPPING
PA RI S FA S H I O N W E E K
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Bag, �5, MONUTAS
(net-a-porter.com)
Heading home to chang
before a night out is
a luxury few of us are
afforded as the holidays
creep closer. But how t
?ip your 9-5 look to a 5
one? Prep starts in the A
a silk slip skirt and tuxed
jacket are perfect for w
and play. Add megawat
earrings after dark.
We?ve all done it:
double, triple, even
quadruple-booked our
evening. So how do
you do a night out
when it involves more
pit stops than a Formula
One race? Comfortable
shoes that go the
distance and a fabulous
coat to keep you cosy
between parties. Oh,
and have a cab number
on speed-dial. Trousers, �0, Equipment
(net-a-porter.com)
Top, �, & Other Stories
(stories.com)
Shoes, �, Topshop
(topshop.com)
Bag, �, Skinnydip
(urbanout?tters.com)
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(brownsfashion.com)
WHEN THE
DRESS CODE
SAYS ?SMART
CASUAL?
Top, �5, 16Arlington
(16arlington.co.uk)
Friday night uniform
of the early noughties,
the dressy top, is back.
The best solution to
the frustratingly vague
?smart casual? dress
code, wear with
jeans for the ultimate
high/low mix.
Blazer, �, Simply Be
(simplybe.co.uk)
Bag, �.99, New Look
(newlook.com)
Boots, 2I糉H
(of?ce.co.uk)
WHEN YOU?RE
GOING TO YOU
PARTNER?S
PARTY
N E W YO R K FA S H I O N W E E K
COPENHAGEN FASHION WEEK
1 0 H O T _STORIES
This is the one where y
really must be on your
best behaviour. And w
does your most charm
self wear? A sequin dr
with a sophisticated
silhouette ? which will
make you memorable
Earrings, �, Simply Be
(simplybe.co.uk)
Jeans, �, Levi?s
(levi.com)
Heels, �0, Marella
(marella.com)
Earrings, �, River Island
(riverisland.com)
Headband, �, Anthropologie
(anthropologie.com)
you can?t go for it
ow, then when can you?
dulge your show-off
de with lashings of
quins, a high dose
f beads and even a
rban for a hint of oldollywood-meets-discobulousness. Opt for
pared-back palette
hree colours max),
keep the sparkle
o
Top, �.99, Zara
(zara.com)
Dress, �5, Rixo
(rixo.co.uk)
Bag, �0, Staud
(net-a-porter.com)
Skirt, �.99,
Zara (as above)
Heels, �9, Kurt Geiger London
(kurtgeiger.com)
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RITA?S
DATES WITH
IT?S THE SHOCK relationship no one
saw coming. Rumour emerged last week
that Rita Ora is dating Andrew Garfield
following her split from her musician
boyfriend Andrew Watt.
They met through ?the party set? and
have been together ?since November?, a
well-placed source told Grazia. ?Rita is
gushing to her friends about him, saying,
?I can?t believe I?m dating Spider-Man.??
Andrew previously dated Emma Stone
on-and-off after they met on the set of
Spider-Man in 2011, before eventually
splitting in 2015. Since then, he?s been
pictured with actor Susie Abromeit. Rita,
meanwhile, dated musician Andrew for
13 months, splitting in September.
Despite keeping her new relationship
under wraps, ?Rita let slip to pals about
Andrew a month ago,? said a close source.
?Their schedules make things difficult but
they have a real connection.? ?It?s early days,?
another insider told Grazia. ?They?ve been
on a few dates in New York, where Andrew
is based. Rita was there for Thanksgiving and
also went to Soho House with him. She likes
how private and unstarry he is. She?s been
with people who are real fame-whores
before, but Andrew is not like that at all.?
Indeed, despite being seen together at
the Evening Standard Theatre Awards two
weeks ago, Rita was apparently worried
about the story leaking. ?Andrew is private
too. They were hooking up but trying to
keep it on the down-low. It?s going well,
though, and Rita is happy.?
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Rita at the
Evening Standard
Theatre Awards
two weeks ago.
Above: Andrew
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MADAM PRESIDENT, Claire
Last week, John Lewis
released new statistics saying
there?s been a 10% increase in
pyjama sales this year. That?s
a trend actor Robin Wright
and her co-collaborator
Karen Fowler have tapped
into with their altruistic
sleepwear range
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Underwood, has just flown in from Los
Angeles and is sitting on a plumped cream
sofa in her suite in London?s Corinthia
hotel. She is dressed head-to-toe in sleek
black ? a nod to #MeToo? ? her trademark
short blonde hair is smoothed behind her
ears, her fringe swooshed over watchful
ice-blue eyes. She is every inch precise and
powerful ? and alarmingly intimidating.
Has she slept well, someone asks?
?Three hours! Woohoo, partay!? she
exclaims, punching the air in a manner
that is not at all presidential. And ? bam!
? just like that, the actress Robin Wright,
who has for the last five years embodied
the character of Claire Underwood in the
cult Netflix series House Of Cards, appears.
She is here in London with her friend
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and co-collaborator Karen Fowler to
promote their brand, Pour Les Femmes,
a sleepwear line they set up two years ago.
On the rail beside us hang feather-light
pyjamas, robes and slips in the finest
cotton and linens ? the kind Madam
President, who cemented the trend for
power executive shift dresses and lethal
court shoes, would never wear. (?No!
She?s cashmere and silk all the way.?)
The pair have tapped into a growing
fashion category ? the nightwear and
loungewear market is now worth �486
million, according to market research
company Mintel. It?s an indicator of our
times, as the trend for staying in-in and the
rise of the 8pm bedtime brigade gathers
speed. All acknowledged by John Lewis,
which last week released data on the ?cosy
status? of women?s choices in the UK,
noting a 10% increase in pyjama buys in
the last year. Meanwhile, nightdresses are
most popular in Liverpool, with a 51%
uplift in sales, Glasgow is the most luxury
region with the biggest increase in silk
pyjamas, and in Exeter there?s been a 108%
increase in sales of cashmere bed socks.
So it?s no wonder Pour Les Femmes is
resonating in the UK. ?We have noticed
a spike in sales for versatile pyjamas created
with comfort in mind. Pour Les Femmes
is key for this trend, inspired by vintage
designs ? the perfect option for day and
evening,? says Matches buyer Chelsea
Power, who set up the Pyjama Project
this Christmas, working with 12 designers,
including Richard Quinn and House
of Hackney, to create exclusive PJs
Star print, �0, Pour Les Femmes
(matchesfashion.com)
Blue, �0, Pour Les Femmes
(matchesfashion.com)
Animal print top,
�5, Marc Cain
(marc-cain.com)
Patterned, �5, House of
Hackney (matchesfashion.com)
Pink, �5, Pour Les Femmes
(matchesfashion.com)
Floral, �8, Richard Quinn
(matchesfashion.com)
Striped, �, M&S Collection
(marksandspencer.com)
Contrast, �9, The White
Company (thewhitecompany.com)
that double as night and eveningwear.
But Pour Les Femmes (meaning ?For
Women?) also taps into the sweeping
global trend for fashion with compassion.
The PLF project has a serious aim: to aid
and transform the lives of women in the
Congo. ?It?s the worst place in the world
to be a woman. The rape capital of the
world, where every 48 seconds a woman
is raped,? says Wright.
Eleven years ago, Wright was introduced
to the issue by the American human rights
activist (and former special advisor to Bill
Clinton) John Prendergast, and has now
been to the Congo many times to meet
the women in crisis centres and hear their
stories. ?Their lives, you can?t even imagine.
One time I met a 16-year-old and an
82-year-old woman, both raped by 14
or 15-year-old boys with machine guns.
What struck me was their stories were no
different, their pain was no different, their
shame was no different. All I could say was,
?What can I do for you ? what do you
need?? They both simply said the same
thing: ?Can you be our voice? Because
we don?t have one here?.?
When their label launched, it sold
$200,000 worth of pyjamas in a month.
Working with two local charities, Action
Kivu and Synergie des Femmes, they helped
et up community centres that provide
women with work, fair wages and purpose
learning to sew; their beauty bags are made
here. Now they are about to add menswear,
idswear and bed linen to the line.
So, why the global consumer shift
owards fashion with a conscience? ?I think
t?s shifting because knowledge is power,?
ays Karen. ?An educated consumer who
eally cares about the planet and cares about
air wages ? it?s just something you can?t
gnore any more ? or you don?t want to
gnore any more. You?re wearing this item
n your body and you want to feel good
bout where it came from.? It?s about
reating something that people can
articipate in, adds Robin: ?People can
hut down, they don?t want to see it or
know about it often because the situation
is so big and so brutal, which can leave
people feeling helpless. But by gently
offering a great product, something that
you genuinely want and love, and that has a
story behind it, you realise you are helping.?
Pour Les Femmes, priced from �0 to �0,
is available at matchesfashion.com,
net-a-porter.com and in Selfridges
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Jen, 49
SWIPE
Jen
RIGHT FOR
EVER SINCE JENNIFER Aniston
split with Justin Theroux in February,
her former husband has been linked
to a number of A-list stars, including
Emma Stone and Laura Harrier.
Jen?s love life, on the other hand,
has been more under the radar. Now,
though, Grazia understands that the
former Friends star has sought advice
from LA dating coach Julie Ferman.
?A friend suggested she seek
the advice of a professional to help
her in the dating game,? says an LA
source. ?After her split from Justin
she vowed to remain single, but now
she?s hoping that, with Julie?s help,
she?ll be able to move forward.?
?As well as seeking professional
advice, Jen is relying on her friends
to set her up on dates,? added another
LA-based source.
In an exclusive interview with
Grazia, Julie told us what her agency
offers: ?My programmes range in
price but my top programme for VIP
clients costs $10,000, where we work
together closely for six months. It
includes coaching, guidance and
personal introductions with the end
goal resulting in my client meeting
their perfect match. Right now, I?ve
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people who come to
me because they?re
so well-known and
can?t put themselves
out there online.?
Julie devises a
?romance marketing
plan? for her client.
Firstly, she looks at
?patterns in their dating
behaviour?, and their
successful relationships to determine
their ?top three criteria?. The biggest
mistake, she says, is ?vetoing a great
suitor because of a small issue like
height?. Julie helps identify ?all those
things we do by accident that serve
to sabotage our dating results and
modify behaviour and that?s when
we start to see results?.
So is there a chance Jen might join
Bumble? ?If my client does want to
use online dating in addition to my
matchmaking community, I?ll also
watch over their shoulder while they do
online dating and guide them through
it all.? Indeed, Julie guides her client
to ?make the right choices?, she says.
?I help them make their own magic.?
Julie?s top ?ve dating tips
1. Know your own strengths, the
qualities and characteristics that make
YOU a great catch.
2. Understand your weaknesses in order
to have a realistic idea of who you might
have a shot at. It?s competitive out there.
3. Be more open to meeting and seeing
those people who are interested in you.
4. Don?t be afraid to make the ?rst
move and initiate invitations.
5. Be willing to date off-type, if dating
your type hasn?t been working out
all that well.
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(brownsfashion.co
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(topshop.com). 4.
current/elliott
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6. �9, zara (zar
7. �0, acne stu
(matchesfashion.c
8. �0, fendi
(matchesfashion.com).
9. �7, nanushka
(farfetch.com)
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Gerber in Valentino,
Alexa Chung and the
Duchess of Cambridg
4.
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THE VALENTINO P
FALL 2019
show in Tokyo last week opened and
closed with a parade of models wearing
striking looks rendered completely in red
? the house?s signature shade. It?s a shame
we?ll have to wait until mid-next year to
get hold of them because the pack-a-punch
primary is having a moment right now.
Running the gamut from zingy tomato
all the way through to deep burgundy,
red has recently wooed everyone from
Zo� Kravitz to the Duchess of Cambridge.
It?s a confident choice ? a guaranteed
statement that?s still classic enough to
never feel contrived. There?s nothing
wishy-washy about red. It?s danger signs
and roses, fast cars and full-fat coke. It?s
gutsy, glamorous, strong, sexy and also
completely and utterly all-in festive.
For a Thanksgiving dinner she hosted
a couple of weeks ago, Alexa Chung opted
to wear a pillar-box red dress from her
own label. It was the dress equivalent of
a party season starting pistol.
So how to wear it now? Day or night,
either goes ? but there?s something alluring
about the bite it gives to elegant, even
demure, silhouettes and tailoring. Crimson
5.
looks particularly peppy offset with camel
or deliberately clashing with blush pink,
while cherry and black will always make for
a strident combo; take your cue from Alexa
and wear a red dress with 10-denier black
tights. Although if you really want to make
an impact, then head-to-toe is the way to
go (don?t forget the lipstick: Dior Rouge
999, �.50, is our ultimate favourite).
And the best bit of the red revival? It?s
universally flattering (primary red suits
all skin tones) meaning we can all heed
the advice of American fashion designer
Bill Blass: ?When in doubt, wear red.?
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To mark World Human
Rights Day next week,
Lena Corner visits
Uganda ? recently
declared one of the
best places in the
world to be a refugee
PHOTOG R APHS
HANNAH MAULE-FFINCH
UGANDA TREAT THEIR REFUGEES
So why can?t the rest of the world?
WHEN CLEMENTINA BINIA, 21,
turned up at the Ugandan border, fleeing
the war in South Sudan, she had no money
and one change of clothes. The Ugandans
made her a hot meal, checked her health
and gave her a bed for the night. The next
day, she was given a plot of land to cultivate.
In stark contrast to much of Europe,
where desperate migrants are attempting to
cross the Channel in dinghies, and the US
? where troops last week fired tear gas at
women and children trying to cross the
border from Mexico ? this is a remarkably
progressive attitude to asylum-seekers. As
we celebrate World Human Rights Day on
10 December, Uganda is now recognised
as one of the best places on earth to be a
refugee. ?Refugees here are treated with
respect and dignity, receiving support to
help them integrate,? says Jacob Opiyo, an
emergency specialist with Unicef.
Not only was Clementina given land,
she was also granted many of the same
rights as a Ugandan citizen. She is allowed
to own property and work, plus she has the
same access to healthcare and education.
?Finally I feel safe,? she says. ?I left South
Sudan because it got so dangerous. At
night, all you could hear were gunshots.
My neighbours were killed. People
everywhere were being attacked.?
Since arriving, Clementina hasn?t
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Clementina (above)
and in her restaurant
(below)
stopped. First she planted food on her plot
of land, then she got work with an NGO,
carefully saving her small monthly salary.
After a year she had 300,000 Ugandan
shillings (�); enough to buy a thatched
hut and open a tiny restaurant, to free up
her time so she could go back to school.
?I had to drop out of education when
I was 15 as my father couldn?t afford it,?
she says. ?All my siblings are uneducated
and so they live in poverty. I don?t want
that. I want to be someone.?
Now Clementina employs two people in
her restaurant and last year enrolled at the
local secondary school, where she is now
head girl. In September, she used �7 out
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WITH RESPECT AND DIGNITY
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Lillias has
learned to make
beads, which she
sells to support
her family
As a refugee, Nadia
was taught tailoring
to support herself
of her restaurant?s profits to pay for her
mother and other family members to cross
the border and join her. She now supports
eight of them. ?My family were scattered
but now, through this land and this
business, we have a home,? she says.
So how can Uganda, one of the world?s
poorest countries in terms of GDP, afford
this level of care for its refugees, when far
wealthier countries fall so short? Partly, it?s
because they have the space. Two years ago,
this part of Northern Uganda was bush land
as far as the eye could see. And partly it?s
because many Ugandans know what it?s like
to be a refugee ? memories are still fresh.
But also it?s because they recognise the
value refugees can bring. There are 230,000
refugees living in this part of Northern
Uganda and the benefits for the local
economy have been remarkable. Where
once there was empty bush, now there are
schools, hospitals and thriving businesses.
Locals, who once had to travel far for
such facilities, benefit too. So unlike other
parts of the world, where there is pressure
on resources and conflict when refugees
arrive, here there are mutual benefits.
One Ugandan salesman we meet says he
has doubled his income since the influx.
It?s no coincidence the Ugandan
economy is also showing impressive growth.
?The change in this area has been amazing,?
says Unicef ?s Jacob. ?We have given them
the things they need to make their lives
better. It makes me proud to be Ugandan.?
Unicef ?s education in emergencies
programmes are supported by players of
People?s Postcode Lottery; postcodelottery.co.uk
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WEARING A show-stopping
Valentino couture brocade gown and
matching swim cap, Amber Heard made
a serious entrance at the premiere of her
new film, Aquaman, in London last
week. But for the actor, the reason to
go all-out on the red carpet ran much
deeper than winning fashion acclaim.
?There?s a huge amount riding on this
movie for Amber and it?s affecting every
decision she makes,? an insider close to
her tells Grazia. ?The irony of turning
up to the premiere of her first major
role since divorcing Johnny Depp and
looking as though she might sink or
swim was not lost on her ? it was a
statement. She?s been to hell and back
and she?s hoping that this could mark
a new era for her if the film is a hit.?
WORDS: HANNAH FLINT. PHOTOS: GETTY.
AQUAMAN IS IN CINEMAS FROM 14 DECEMBER
Sink or swim?
Story behind
Amber?s
red-carpet
statement
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Certainly, Amber?s movie career has
been in limbo since her bitter 2016
divorce from Johnny (who is currently
starring in the Fantastic Beasts sequel)
amid claims of domestic abuse, which he
has denied. ?Amber believes this is her last
roll of the dice in terms of being elevated
to a bona-fide movie star, and the fact the
film is closely following a blockbuster
starring Johnny has only made her more
determined to give it her best shot,? the
insider adds. ?She sees this as her chance
to leave the drama of her divorce behind
her and be part of something bigger than
being known as the actress who was once
married to Johnny Depp.?
Amber, 32, sought a restraining order
against Johnny, 55, just a week after she
filed to end their 15-month marriage,
claiming he had been abusive on several
occasions. However, following a $7m
out-of-court settlement in January
2017, the former couple released a joint
statement saying ?there was never any
intent of physical or emotional harm?.
Yet, when asked about domestic abuse
last week, Amber told US Glamour,
?When a woman comes forward, she?ll
be met with scepticism, hostility and
shame. All a man has to do is point to
an incentive. He will. Or society will.?
So is the film any good? Early reviews
of the $160m budget film have been
promising, with one critic gushing that
it?s a ?big, fun, wild ride?, while others
praised Amber?s on-screen chemistry
with Jason Momoa.
Our insider adds: ?Amber has always
felt that her status in Hollywood has
been in jeopardy from the moment the
abuse claims were made. But if the film
is a success, Amber feels as though she
can finally step out from the shadow
of the nasty divorce. There?s no doubt
this is her big moment.?
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RAPE LAWS
ARE FAILING
BRITISH WOMEN
When a rapist was given the right
to apply for access to his son last
week, the mother and victim
Sammy Woodhouse waived her
right to anonymity to express
outrage over our dated rape laws.
Sophie Wilkinson reports
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SAMMY WOODHOUSE, a Rotherham
grooming gang survivor, started a national
debate last week over whether rape laws are
stacked against women, after her rapist was
offered access to their son. The campaigner,
who was 15 when she became pregnant after
an attack by Arshid Hussain, was told by
Rotherham Council that he has a right to
access to his son, even though, Sammy, 33,
says, ?He is a danger to me and my child. I
can?t bear to think of him near our family.?
Hussain was sentenced to 35 years in
prison in 2016 for the sexual abuse and
grooming of more than 50 girls, including
Sammy. ?I honestly thought I?d never have to
deal with this man again,? she said last week.
?I thought, ?This is it, my life can finally start
over.? But I was wrong.?
Sammy is now calling on MPs to close the
legal loophole to ?ensure no rapist can apply
for access to a child conceived through abuse
and rape?, aided by a petition that has to date
attracted over 270,000 signatures.
Rotherham Council, which contacted
Hussain without Sammy?s knowledge,
saying he could request prison visits from
her son, won?t comment on individual
cases but issued a statement saying it
?welcomed the debate around this issue?.
Sammy?s case isn?t the only incident that?s
thrown light on how rape laws are letting
down women. In 2017, only 15% of rape
cases reported even made it to court. And
Stockport MP Ann Coffey has uncovered
figures showing that while 45% of men aged
25-59 charged with rape are convicted, this
drops to under a third of those aged 18-24
? prompting her to call for juries to be
scrapped from rape trials. ?The huge issue is
jurors? understanding of consent,? she told
Grazia, adding that the public is susceptible
to believing, ?All the rape myths, which,
except for the ?Why would he need to
commit rape, he?s a good-looking man?? one,
are myths about women and their behaviour.?
Victim-blaming myths suggesting alcohol
intake, short skirts, a kindly worded text,
previous sexual behaviour or ? as in Sammy?s
case ? being in thrall to her abuser count as
consent are exploited by defence teams, says
Coffey. ?A barrister whose job is to get their
client off knows they can play into the myth
with their questioning,? she says.
Reports of rape have risen by 250% since
2013, but prosecution rates are at a 10-year
low. The problem isn?t women reporting,
Coffey says, ?It?s how the system responds.?
As well as scrapping juries, she proposes
?prerecorded cross examination? and ?a wider
public understanding of rape myths?.
However, while social justice campaigner
Baroness Helena Kennedy agrees undoing
rape myths is key, she disagrees with
dispensing with juries: ?Law schools, judges,
prosecutors and defence lawyers and juries
should be trained. They have to address their
own attitudes towards rape? Once you turn
it into just old judges, don?t kid yourself
that?s going to be a great improvement.?
The pernicious normalisation of rape
myths was underlined by a report published
last week showing a third of criminal
barristers find rape case rules unclear, in
particular those preventing victims from
being questioned on previous sexual history.
Rachel Krys, co-director of the End
Violence Against Women Coalition, told
Grazia, ?We have to get better at prosecuting
rape. Otherwise, we?re saying to rapists?
you?re fine, you won?t be held to account.?
Sammy has a simpler message. ?As a rape
victim, I?m told he?s got human rights.
Well what about my human rights??
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Bauble, �.95,
(libertylondon.com)
bright, light, happy and optimistic as we
approach 2019,? she says.
Last Christmas, she was one of a number
of influencers who created the rainbow tree
with baubles hung in bands of colour. It has
gone mainstream this year, proving a popular
addition to John Lewis?s Christmas range.
?A lot of our customers are coming in and
buying the whole look,? says Dan. ?It?s a tree
that?s about inclusivity and happiness and
the rainbow is universally liked as a symbol.?
Kitsch decorations are a hot, hot trend
? and the more bonkers the better. ?We are
seeing a more-is-more approach, with
people not taking their tree too seriously
and using lots of mismatched baubles,?
says a Liberty London spokesperson.
?Vegetable decorations are a particular hit
this year ? with garlic, asparagus and
avocado baubles being a sell-out success.?
At online boutique Rockett St George,
the gold Converse-style sneaker
Statement trees
decorations have sold out, and the Peeled
(clockwise from
Banana is flying. Iconic figures, such as
top): Claridge?s;
those of Frida Kahlo and David Bowie,
Victoria Beckham?s
are also proving popular.
store; The London
And hurrah! Tinsel is back in from the
Edition hotel; Aqua
cold, too ? DJ Jo Whiley named Rockett?s
Shard restaurant
tinsel with baubles as her Christmas
essential decoration. At the same time, the
natural look remains strong. Creative
nt Matilda Goad, whose scallopmpshades were a big thing for
l be combining real-life scallop
with on-trend straw stars (hers are
m Sweden; if you?re super-fast, you
ght be able to snap up the last few
cks at rajtentclub.com).
But perhaps the most unusual
realism,? says Dan
rend is for two trees. ?People have
Cooper, Christmas buy
statement tree in their main
Bauble + tinsel garland, �
(rockettstgeorge.com)
at John Lewis, which ha
ntertaining space that?s smart and
seen a 72% growth in sa
tylish, and a family tree for their
of real trees. ?Even if the
ostalgic decorations,? says John
an artificial tree, they w
?s Dan Cooper.
look as real as possible.?
here a
One trend is the tabl
os wh
real but so much more manageable than a
trends. ?I?m re
six-footer. ?Our sales have doubled year on says Kate Wats
year from 2015, showing just how popular Mad About Th
smaller trees are becoming,? says Sara
tree is all abou
Gordon of Bloom & Wild.
look forward t
As for decorating, with so much doom
box of baubles
and gloom around, 2018 is all about
and remember
channelling happiness and fun. This year,
each one came
Geraldine Tan of blog Little Big Bell will
hang it. It?s a w
treat her 270,000 Insta followers to a tree
moment to loo
Letterbox tree, �
(bloomandwild.com)
decorated with baubles in orange, yellow
over the year ?
and lime. ?I wanted to create something
indeed the yea
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BONKERS BAUBLES
As the Christmas trees went up
around London?s landmarks,
Rachel Loos discovers how we should
be decorating ours this year?
IN ONE OF the more unusual Christmas
tree themes, last week pictures showed
Melania Trump walking between 40 scarlet
berry trees in the East Wing of the White
House. Social media lit up with memes,
including one where the trees were topped
by white bonnets, � la The Handmaid?s Tale.
So if Melania?s choice has been
universally panned, what should we be
doing with our trees this year?
The obviously artificial tree ?
especially if it looks like it?s
been drenched in rhesus
negative ? is definitely out.
?People want maximum
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When A-listers use their
fame to support good
causes, as Angelina Jolie did
in London last week, they
often stand accused of
cynically trying to boost
their own PR. But their
backing can deliver real
change, finds Polly Dunbar
CAN CELEBRITY ACTIVISM
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Right: Foreign
Secretary Jeremy
Hunt with Angelina
last week. Left: she
leaves the BFI
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festival launch
WHEN JEREMY HUNT posed for
photographs with Angelina Jolie at the
British Film Institute last week, few could
blame him for the look of slightly surprised
delight on his face. For Angelina, however,
meeting the Foreign Secretary and Sophie
Wessex at the launch of a film festival
honouring survivors of rape in war zones
was all in an ordinary day?s work.
The Fighting Stigma Through Film
festival, which featured film-makers from
countries including Syria, Myanmar and
Russia, was the first organised by the
Preventing Sexual Violence Initiative
(PSVI), which Angelina co-founded with
former Foreign Secretary William Hague
in 2012. Last week, it was also announced
that on 28 December the actor will
uest edit Radio 4?s prestigious Today
gramme, using her episode to discuss
AC T UA L LY M A K E A D I F F E R E N C E ?
th sexual violence in conflict and the
global refugee crisis.
It did not go unnoticed by the cynical
media that Angelina?s latest philanthropic
efforts have coincided with a new round of
damaging headlines about her acrimonious
divorce from Brad Pitt and their ongoing
custody battle over their six children.
Using humanitarian work to deflect from
potentially reputation-harming personal
crises is a charge that?s long been levelled
at her, ever since she hired a ?philanthropic
advisor?, Trevor Neilson, to guide her
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TH E TA K E
ANGELINA?S
DEDICATION TO THE
REFUGEE CAUSE IS
EXTRAORDINARY
Sexual violence in conflict zones is a
cause the actor has worked on for many
years, since becoming aware of the scale
of the problem through her visits to
refugees in countries including Bosnia,
Congo, Somalia and Iraq. The UNHCR?s
Marie-Noelle Little-Boyer emphasises that
Angelina?s is no fleeting celebrity interest.
?Her dedication to the refugee cause
is quite extraordinary,? she says. ?Having
undertaken more than 60 field missions,
she can spend anywhere from several
days to several weeks in the field. She?s
known to spend many hours meeting
with refugees, sometimes spending the
entire day in their tents or makeshift
homes. As a result, she has acquired an
in-depth understanding of some of the
horrors refugees face and has used her
position to shine a spotlight on their
plight and speak on their behalf.?
Such is the extent of her passion that,
in 2011, she made a film ? her directorial
debut ? In The Land Of Blood And Honey,
highlighting the systematic rape of women
in refugee camps during the war in Bosnia.
William Hague admitted it was her film
that ?alerted? him to the issue ? further
proof of the influence stars can wield.
The pair?s PSVI initiative promised to
increase support for survivors and help
end the culture of impunity that has
allowed perpetrators to go unpunished.
In 2014, they hosted a global summit
in London, featuring leaders from 141
countries discussing how to improve the
investigation of large-scale sexual violence
during wartime. Then, last week, the film
festival launch included the unveiling of
the Murad Code to set the standard for
investigating and documenting the crimes.
?We need to make justice the norm,
not the exception, for these crimes,?
Angelina said. By making them the
focus of international attention, it?s
hoped governments will be pressured
into taking concrete action against them.
Kathryn Cramer Brownell, author
of Showbiz Politics, says the A-lister is a
perfect example of how successful celebrity
philanthropy can be when targeted
carefully. ?The most effective celebrity
activists really research issues, see some
of the problems for themselves and think
about ways they can use their fame to
amplify some of the solutions,? she says.
?If they?re not informed, they risk
misdirecting the public conversation
around issues in ways which aren?t helpful.?
There?s no denying that activism can
also be a tool for self-promotion. Eyebrows
were raised, for instance, when Kim
Kardashian seemed to climb aboard the
humanitarianism bandwagon by visiting
Donald Trump in the White House to
lobby for prison reform. ?Celebrities
depend on public support, so it can be
beneficial to their brand and, ultimately,
their bottom line to show they care,? says
Brownell. ?Ultimately, there will always
be cynicism about celebrities adopting
causes, but if they?re trying to use their
public platform to make the world
better, it?s a positive thing.?
To support UNHCR?s vital work with
refugees, please donate at unhcr.org/uk/help
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Celebrity activism has never been
as popular as it is today. Every major
star, from Leonardo DiCaprio to Kim
Kardashian, professes to be passionate
about human rights, animal welfare or
environmental issues. For the A-list,
becoming a UN ambassador like Angelina
? a goodwill ambassador since 2001 and
special envoy to the UNHCR, the UN?s
refugee agency, since 2012 ? is an essential
badge of elite status, shared by George
Clooney, Emma Watson and Victoria
Beckham. But does the support of
someone like Angelina really help?
According to Lord Tariq Ahmad of
Wimbledon, Britain?s special representative
for preventing sexual violence, the answer
is an unequivocal yes. ?The scale of sexual
violence in areas of conflict is truly
appalling,? he tells Grazia. ?As co-founder
of the PSVI, special envoy Jolie has used
her profile to help raise public awareness
of the stigma survivors have to endure,
which compounds their suffering.?
Victoria Beckham is
a UN AIDS goodwill
ambassador. Below:
Emma Watson is
a UN women?s
goodwill ambassador
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DRINK, DRUGS, THE GLAMOUR
AND THE GUTTER.
INSIDE MY YEAR WITH MEL B
for the last 18 months, Mel B?s divorce
from Stephen Belafonte has played out
in public, with shocking allegations of
domestic violence, substance abuse and
explicit sex tapes used to blackmail her. As
the headlines rolled on, the former Spice
Girl teamed up with Grazia contributing
editor Louise Gannon to write one of
showbiz?s most explosive tell-all books. The
result is the aptly named Brutally Honest,
a difficult and sometimes shocking account
of abuse. In it she reveals that her troubles
resulted in her snorting six lines of cocaine
a day during her time as a judge on The X
Factor, as well as attempting suicide ? and
that when she finally split from Belafonte,
following a promise to her dying father,
she was left with just �0 in the bank.
Here, Mel, now patron of the domestic
violence charity Women?s Aid, and Louise
give their own brutally honest accounts of
just how difficult Mel?s story was to tell.
Melanie Brown, Spice Girl
and television presenter
A month ago, my co-author Louise rang
me at home in LA to tell me she?d been
given the very first two copies of the book.
?It looks so perfect and neat,? she said. ?That
book should have blood running out of it,
ripped pages, a torn cover, an IV drip and
it should be beaten up and covered in dirt.?
I laughed. She was dead right.
I went through hell living that book
and we both went through hell writing it.
Louise ended up in hospital at one point
after having a panic attack so severe she was
50
throwing up and her arms were paralysed.
The A&E doctor asked her was anything
causing her stress. Writing a book with me
was the answer. She told me she felt like
Whoopi Goldberg in Ghost ? that she?d
absorbed everything I?d been through.
?Wouldn?t wish that on anyone,? I said.
But then how do I explain that we also
had a lot of hysterical, laugh-till-you-cry
moments? I can?t.
It makes me laugh now when she tells
me what I was like to write a book with. I
knew, at the beginning, I was being really
difficult ? but I didn?t know why. I knew
I wanted to talk, but I couldn?t. That I
should trust Louise, but I couldn?t. That
I was boiling with anger and drowning in
tidal waves of guilt and shame, even
though I kept saying I was fine.
?In AA, when people say they?re fine it
means Fucked up, Insecu N
i d
Emotional,? she shot bac
day. ?Patronising clever c
I was thinking, even as I
begrudgingly laughed. S
spot on. Not that I was g
to admit it. Looking bac
was just putting her thro
one test after another.
I?m Scary Spice. I terrify
people. It makes me laug
sometimes that I have th
effect on people. Our car
were hysterical. She?d nev
driven in LA and I lived
the canyons on knife-edg
with sheer drops. She ne
looked even remotely fazed. That made me
feel safe. She was going to be able to hang
on to the roller coaster that is my life. And
even enjoy the ride.
It?s funny what makes you trust people.
I can?t help pushing people to their limits.
It?s what I?ve done ever since I was a kid,
which is why my mum would beg her
sisters to look after me to give her a break.
But I?d been pushed way beyond my
limits in a 10-year marriage that had left
me trapped, degraded, ashamed, turning to
drink and drugs just to block out emotions
I couldn?t begin to deal with. When I left
my ex, I thought that everything would be
sunshine and light and my book would
reflect that. But I was actually letting Louise
see everything ? the darkest corners, the
flashes of light, the good, the bad, the ugly
and the Spice Girls. She lived with me,
b
of my family and me hers.
ves me bollockings.
s, you don?t know what is
u.? (Her, grumpy.)
do. I always know what
for me.? (Me, annoyed.)
m? have you read your book
Melanie?? (Both laughing.)
an?t believe this book. I?ve
t about 10 times already.
the way it?s structured like
l but reads as if I?m speaking
word. It says exactly what
through, how I feel, how
women feel and who
t?s made sense out of
hing that made no sense.
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Left: Mel and Lousie at
their book launch last
week. Top (L-R): with the
Spice Girls, ?97; in 2014
with ex-husband Stephen
Belafonte, who denies
abusing her; the Spices
(minus Posh) last month,
in talks for a second
comeback; with Stephen
and daughters Angel,
Madison and Phoenix
at the Paddington
premiere in LA, 2015
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I?m so proud of it, of Louise, of me.
Women?s Aid ? who?ve made me a patron
? says it?s a book that ?may change lives?. I
bloody well hope so, because it?s changed
mine. It?s made me feel unbreakable.
Louise Gannon, Grazia
contributing editor
?Why should I write this book? Why
should I let the whole bloody world know
every awful, shameful thing that?s
happened to me? I want to stop this whole
thing right now.? It was 2am. I was on
holiday with my family, sitting on the floor
of a hotel shower room as Mel B sobbed
and cried down a crackling phone line.
?It?s OK, Melanie,? I said. ?We?ll stop the
book. We won?t do this.?
?It?s just so hard, Louise. It?s just so hard.
I don?t know if I can?t do this? any of this.
I don?t know if I can even carry on living.?
And on she talked into the early hours
as I listened, interjecting when I could into
her stream of consciousness from a hell
that was now as familiar to me as my own
life. As dawn broke, things were calmer.
?We can?t stop the book, can we?? she said.
?No,? I answered. ?It?s already being printed.
But you needed me to tell you we could
stop it and then you?d say we had to do it.?
And then she laughed. ?You know me
too bloody well.?
I thought I knew Melanie pretty well
when I embarked on this book in April
2017. I?d known her as a wannabe Spice
Girl, looking for a TV break with the rest
of the group. I?d interviewed her over the
years and the last time I?d seen her was in
2014, just weeks before she appeared on
The X Factor covered in bruises. I?d met her
ex, Stephen Belafonte, and, like a lot of
people, I?d loathed him on first sight (and,
52
women. I realised I?d been doing it all wrong.
When I went back, I left my notepads and
tape recorder in my room. I kept going back.
We went on trips, watched comedies,
occasionally got hammered, talked about
her dad, took the kids to school, she made
me drive her around LA, shouting at me to
go faster in the gridlocked traffic with
Name That 90s Tune blasting out over the
satnav, so I had no clue where I was going:
?Come on, come on, Louise. Name it!?
She laughed, she cried. I met her family,
The Spice Girls
her friends, her lawyers, accountants,
perform at the
hairdressers, mums from school, sat next to
O2 on their
her in a hospital bed, had big rows with her.
comeback
?I am never going to speak to you again,? she
tour in 2007
said once. I saw her catatonic for days after
being forced to watch tapes Belafonte made
of her having sex; I watched her fold her
daughter, Madison, in her arms, rocking her
being a celebrity journalist, I?d heard a lot
to sleep, tears falling on her baby girl?s head.
of pretty gruesome stories about him).
I?d be woken in the night with her
When she shocked the world by going
crying inconsolably about her father?s
back to him, I?d written a piece for Grazia death. I tucked her up in my spare room?s
saying how sad I was that she hadn?t had
single bed, my husband would make her
the strength to leave him. I didn?t hear
roast dinners and my eldest son would
from her again until the day she filed a
make her laugh with stories of travels
restraining order against him and the story with his indie-punk band. I spoke to Geri
of their split went viral with tales of sex,
Horner, Janet (her former assistant),
drugs, threesomes and abuse. I was at home her old best friends ? all strong, amazing
when my phone rang. ?Louise, it?s Melanie, women who were so glad to have her back
I want to see you.? Incredibly, I happened
in their life after 10 years of silence.
to be flying to LA the very next day.
Her court case kept her name ? and
So that?s how Brutally Honest began. We sordid details about her marriage ? in the
sat in her kitchen and she told me a couple
press constantly. Sometimes I would tell her
of little things that made my jaw drop and
the worst things people were saying about
my heart break. I?d never written a book
her, things people were too afraid to say
before but, in the few conversations we had, to her face. ?Drunk?, ?drug addict?, ?bad
I could see it all ? Sleeping With The Enemy mother?. I?d watch her eyes as she answered
meets girl power(less) meets #MeToo meets me. She looked haunted but almost relieved
shame and fame; drink, drugs, the glamour to talk. I made her watch Ted Talks, told
and the gutter. ?You come and live with me
her the statistics around emotionally
for weeks at a time until we get it done,? she abused women who self-medicate and then
said. This was going to be amazing.
we?d talk about dancing in Leeds, the Spice
But it wasn?t and I didn?t really have a
Girls. Nicking clothes from Victoria. What
clue who Melanie Brown was. Armed with is was like in the crazy, crazy days. How
notebooks, tape recorders and a million
much she loved Eddie Murphy, father
questions, I sat down in her Beverly Hills
to her middle daughter Angel.
home, but something was wrong. Melanie
Ten months later she said, ?Are you
had gone from friendly to hostile. ?I?m not actually ever going to do interviews with
talking about that. Don?t ask me that,? she
me for this book?? ?You have no idea,? I said.
said. As soon as I stopped asking questions I had never stopped writing.
and turned the tape off she would be fine
A year later, she got the first draft. Her
again. ?Don?t forget, you?re not a therapist,? first response was somewhere between
she said. ?Don?t ask me about my feelings.?
exhilaration, terror and
I came back with nothing apart from a
shock. ?Fuck. This is me.
string of anecdotes about her kids, her
Fuck, fuck, fuck. How did
fainting goats, her Reiki ? and in absolute
this happen? This is my
confusion about her behaviour. I started to story. What have you done??
read about abusive relationships and PTSD, ?Brutally Honest? by Melanie
went to talks on domestic violence, spoke to Brown and Louise Gannon is
police who deal with emotionally abused
out now (�.99, Quadrille)
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As increasing
numbers of women
are opting to take
a sex sabbatical,
Emma Ledger
explores the
growing trend for
Netflix, no chill?
for laura jane williams, the turning
point came when she found herself in a
stranger?s bed after yet another unsatisfying
one-night stand. She was using hook-ups to
try to get over acute heartbreak, after her
boyfriend dumped her then got engaged
to her best friend. But after two years she
decided to swear off sex completely.
?I was sleeping with lots of men to try to
fill the void and take back power, but it was
so unfulfilling,? says Laura, 32. ?I decided to
have a year of sexual abstinence. It was a
quiet time of reflection, and it was inspiring.
My internal dialogue had become quite
mean, so it was a chance to rewrite that.?
In a culture where sex sells, few of us want
to shout about not getting any. Until now.
The number of people choosing a period of
celibacy is on the rise. One US study found
32% of women have abstained from sex for
six months, and 27% for a year or more.
Another report prompted claims that
Millennials are undergoing a ?sex recession?.
The American General Social Survey of
nearly 27,000 people found 20-somethings
are more than twice as likely to be abstinent
as Generation X were at the same age.
It?s a similar story over here. A UCL
study of 16,000 Millennials discovered one
in eight were still virgins at 26, while the
National Survey Of Sexual Attitudes And
Lifestyles reported in 2001 that people
aged 16 to 44 were having sex on average
over six times a month ? by 2012, that
had dropped to fewer than five times.
The reasons range from masturbation and
porn being less taboo, to people actively
choosing to wait longer to have sex.
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Laura (right)
found celibacy
offered a chance
to reconnect
with herself
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Still, whether it?s a decision or
circumstantial, hitting pause on sex can be
positive. Lady Gaga and Nicki Minaj have
spoken about using periods of celibacy to
boost their creativity, and US self-help
guru Tim Ferriss advocates trying it to
increase confidence and focus.
For Priya, 28, 18 months of abstinence
was unplanned, sparked by dating app
burnout. ?I?d been single for two years
and was disillusioned with the datingdrinking-disappointing-sex carousel never
leading anywhere,? she says. ?I didn?t wake
up one day and decide; I just started
thinking more carefully about what I
wanted. Then two months without sex
turned into six, and I found I loved having
more time for me. Some of my friends
thought I was mad, especially those in
couples who I think believed I?d be
turning down loads of hot sex.?
The pervasive feeling that everyone is
having more frequent and better sex than
you can be oppressive. For Priya, stepping
away from that helped bring clarity to
other parts of her life. ?I found it really
helpful to focus on ways to make my life
better that weren?t to do with men. I got
a great new job, had more time for my
friends and moved to a much nicer flat.
I continued to date and decided to tell the
guy around date two or three. It did change
the vibe a few times, but my thinking was
if they couldn?t handle a finite period of
no sex they weren?t the man for me.?
For some it seems that taking sex off the
table is part of self-care. Sex therapist Dr
Nan Wise says that although there aren?t
any physiological benefits
to abstaining from sex, if
you believe it will improve
your mental health, it
probably will. ?For people
who believe abstinence is
going to help them, the
belief itself may drive some
of the benefits,? she says.
According to Melissa, 30, who took a
year-long sex sabbatical last year, there are
unexpected positives. ?I found myself more
confident in my body. I was looking good
for myself and that is one of the best
feelings,? she says. ?I no longer had hangups or insecurities before and after having
sex with someone, and developed a better
connection with who I am. That feeling
has stayed with me and I?m stronger for it.?
During Laura?s planned year of
abstinence, she moved to Italy to teach
English in a convent. But when she moved
back after 11 months she met somebody
at a work event and they had sex. ?The
opportunity presented itself and I felt
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empowered,? Laura says. ?It was good,
respectful sex. Just what I wanted. I didn?t
feel I had to get to an arbitrary date that I?d
set. I had healed and I now liked myself.?
Laura met a boyfriend soon after, but
they have since split and she?s celibate
again. ?I appreciate not having the
distraction of having to pander to a man,
and the substandard sex. I know so many
clever, successful women who aren?t having
sex because the sex on offer isn?t good
enough,? she says. ?Sexual abstinence has
changed me. It?s an opportunity to connect
with yourself, to properly enjoy going out
with friends rather than looking for a
bloke to take home. It allows me to be a
lot more present and focus on the positive
relationships in my life with friends and
family, rather than seeking out a new one.
For now, this serves me very well.?
Celibacy might be defined as a lack of
sex, but perhaps not putting out could be
the secret to sorting your life out.
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ABOUT
MONEY?
before an appointment with financial
coach Simonne Gnessen, you have to
answer a few questions about your cash.
There are the expected ones: how many
bank accounts do you use? Do you have
a will? Then there are some that may make
you think differently about why you
struggle with finances: what are your
biggest fears about money? What is your
first memory of it? What stories most
influence your behaviour with money?
?People pour their hearts out,? Simonne
says. ?We never reflect on our relationship
with money, even though it is one of the
most important relationships of our lives.? 57
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Simonne trained as a traditional
financial adviser but found that what most
people need more than recommendations
of complicated investment products is the
space to examine the emotional blocks that
are causing them to feel poorer. Why, for
example, are they always in the red, even
when earning bonuses, accumulating more
debt as soon as it is paid off ? ?We all have
emotional blocks about money,? she says.
?But we rarely share them. Most people
I see have never told anyone about their
money worries, not even their partners. I?ve
seen people who?ve been in counselling for
10 years and money has never come up.?
Perhaps part of the reason money
remains a taboo is because shaming other
people for mismanaging their personal
finances has become a popular pastime.
That was evident given the reaction to the
recent Grazia article in which Sian Teasdale
dared do something so few women feel able
to: admit that she struggles to live on an
above-average salary without help (in her
case from her parents, though others may
turn to credit cards and payday loans).
People couldn?t wait to take to Twitter to
denounce her fecklessness, arguing that
they were much better at handling their
own salaries, bills and savings. The reaction
demonstrated that discussing your money
woes is still fraught and divisive.
Lindsey Stanberry, author of new book
Refinery29 Money Diaries: Everything
You?ve Ever Wanted To Know About Your
Finances... And Everyone Else?s, was
surprised that comments on online money
diaries have become so prolific, until she
realised that the comment section can be
an anonymous outlet for financial anxiety.
But the rush to condemn is only going to
make us clam up further for fear of similar
ridicule, and cost us more, warn debt
charities. Half of those who seek help from
StepChange delayed doing so for at least a
year because they were embarrassed, but in
just six months the charity says someone
with a typical range of debts could pay an
additional �300 in interest. Some clients
say that finally being honest about their
finances quite literally saved their lives.
The Money and Mental Health Policy
Institute (MMHPI) was set up in 2016 to
research the link between two taboos that
compound one another. ?There has been
a lot of progress in accepting that mental
health problems are not the fault of the
person experiencing them,? says Helen
Undy, director of MMHPI, ?but there is
still a perception that being in financial
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5 money h a c k s
1. Get a phone-based bank
account, such as Starling, to
track your spending and
identify money-wasting.
Transfer your salary into pots
for expenses, bills and savings
as soon as you are paid.
2. Having a decent credit
history will not only enable
you to get a mortgage or loan
? it will also help you save
money, because you will be
offered better deals. If you?re
renting, you can now add rent
payments to boost your credit
?le through Credit Ladder.
3. There are lots of apps to
help you save little and often.
Chip analyses your bank
account and puts aside how
much it thinks you won?t
miss. You can do the weekly
savings challenge with Monzo
and the app IFTTT, saving �on Monday, �on Tuesday,
up to �on Sunday. You?ll
have �500 in a year.
4. The more frictionless a
transaction, the less we have
to think about it ? so ditch
contactless and give yourself
pocket money in cash.
5. Forget loyalty. If you
haven?t switched your fuel,
mobile phone, insurance or
broadband provider after the
end of your ?rst contract you
won?t be on the best deal.
difficulty is because of your lack of
judgement or control over your spending.?
Naomi, 34, and her husband were in
�k of debt before they sought help.
Talking about it gave them a level of
accountability. ?People started to check in
with us to see we were OK. They weren?t
being nosey, but caring. This gave us the
motivation to keep on.? They are now
debt-free and run website Skintdad.com.
Naomi thinks a lack of financial education
was partly their problem. ?We grow up,
move out and just have to get on with it.
When I was 18, there was very little in the
way of support to know the pitfalls of not
paying off credit cards. Mismanaging
money can also come from the fear of being
judged by others. I compared my situation
to friends? and wondered what I?d done so
wrong to not have been able to achieve the
things they had, like buying a house. Now I
realise it?s just the hand we?re dealt, but that
doesn?t mean we can?t change it.?
Author and podcaster Daisy Buchanan
compares the shame surrounding money to
that around food and dieting. ?There is so
much guilt and anxiety,? she says. ?I earned
so little in my first job that I was in a lot of
debt, but I thought I was ?bad? and
?extravagant?, rather than realising that I
simply wasn?t making enough money to
live.? Apart from a student loan, she no
longer has debt. Earning a bit more has
allowed her to ?breathe out?, but it is work
in progress. ?I am trying to remember that
the number in my bank account is just a
number. It doesn?t mean I?m good or bad,
but I still feel a stab of guilt about spending.?
A lot of problems with money boil down
to an inability to believe that we are capable
of designing our own life, says Simonne.
?I have clients who aren?t overspending but
under-earning. We might be talking about
money, but that is just the context for
deeper things that are driving our decisions.
Our self-esteem and how deserving we feel
can manifest in mismanaging money, in the
same way that it might manifest in us not
being able to commit.?
Her advice is to stop mindlessly falling
into patterns of doing what you?ve always
done. Work on saying no to the lure of, say,
clothes sales or things like Black Friday
?deals?. ?You are the one in charge of your
earnings ? not your family, not companies
trying to tempt you with marketing. What
do you want to do with your money, and
what can you do to take control??
Laura Whateley is author of ?Money:
A User?s Guide? (�99, Fourth Estate)
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Every week, a woman reflects on
motherhood ? whether she has children or not
Chemotherapy robbed
Laura Moses of her chance
of conceiving, but now she?s
cancer-free, she?s determined
to become a mother
hen the
consultant
told me the bloated
tummy, back pain and
exhaustion I?d been
experiencing was
down to cancer in my
ovaries, I didn?t think
about my fertility. I heard the word ?chemo?
and thought simply of my hair. Would it all
fall out? Going bald was a more immediate,
digestible fear than the enormity of never
having my own child. And anyway, the
key thing at this point ? the consultant
reiterated ? was to survive the treatment.
I was 27 and my ovaries were riddled
with cancer, so harvesting eggs to freeze
pre-chemo was out of the question. There
was no time; I had the most aggressive
female cancer there is. So by the end of the
30-minute meeting, the decision was made.
My first cycle of chemotherapy started three
days later and, as I felt the cool, poisonous
liquid travel into my veins, I went into
survival mode, thinking only of endurance.
I had tested positive for the BRCA1
gene mutation in 2015, so I knew I was high
risk for breast and ovarian cancer, but the
latter tends to affect women over 45, so the
focus had always been on my breasts, with
regular six-monthly checks. And yet here I
was, being told my hysterectomy was going
to include removing my cervix, fallopian
tubes, ovaries, womb, two-thirds of my
diaphragm, most of my peritoneum (the
W
lining that covers the organs inside your
abdomen) as well as some cancerous
bits sitting on my liver and bowel. If the
chemotherapy hadn?t already wiped out
my fertility, this operation certainly would.
At the time, I was teaching at a primary
school in North London and, like most
single 20-somethings, having children
wasn?t on my radar. But now I was suddenly
forced to think about it, simply because
the choice was being taken away. I was
never going to know what it was like to be
pregnant and that was devastating.
But upmost in my mind was simply
wanting to live. My family and friends were
amazing, allowing me to talk about my
fears and loss, but their biggest kindness to
me was treating me just the same; never
avoiding talking about pregnancy or babies.
Over time, I accepted I didn?t need to
give birth to be a mother. I started watching
adoption videos, seeing babies being lifted
into tearful couples? arms or a grin splitting
a child?s face while enclosed in a hug by new
parents. It gave me hope, knowing families
could be constructed in all sorts of ways
provided there was one ingredient: love.
After the operation, I was plunged into
the menopause. I couldn?t sleep, alternating
between sweating under the covers then
shivering without them. I?d compare
symptoms with other menopausal female
relations in their fifties, joking how I was
a young person trapped in an old woman?s
body. But beneath the laughter, I struggled.
Some days I was too exhausted to move
from bed and my bones and joints ached so
much they couldn?t bear my weight. I had
to keep reminding myself my body was in
this state for a reason: it had saved my life.
When I was well enough, I had another
three cycles of chemotherapy to make sure
every trace of ?Cyril? (my name for my
cancer) was obliterated. Then in November
2016 I heard that magic word: remission.
I wrote about it on my blog and a guy
called Alex messaged me, asking if I wanted
to meet. We had friends in common and
I knew he?d been diagnosed with NonHodgkin lymphoma in his early twenties,
so when we met for a coffee we didn?t stop
chatting. I was still having maintenance
chemotherapy treatment and he?d come with
me, keeping me calm, knowing how it felt.
That was the thing about Alex. He was six
years cancer-free but he totally got it: the
worrying about every twinge for fear the
cancer had returned; the sadness at losing
your fertility ? chemotherapy had made him
sterile at 22. We had so much in common
? not just cancer, but also our love of food,
theatre and swimming. We fell in love and,
after 18 months, he asked me to marry
him. It was a no-brainer. We talked about
our dreams of having a family with ease.
Adoption was always something Alex had
wanted to do, so the idea that we could
pursue it together became an exciting focus.
I?m two years in remission now and there
is a preventative double mastectomy on the
cards ? to get rid of the breasts that might
one day kill me ? but we?re talking seriously
about adoption. We might have lost our
fertility to cancer but we?re hoping to gain
something incredible one day very soon.
Read Laura?s blog at findingcyril.com
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LINGER
MILLIONS OF people tuned in to watch
the 2018 Victoria?s Secret show last
weekend. That the multimillion dollar,
bright-lights-and-boobs bonanza was a
spectacle, entertaining even, is a given.
What?s debatable, though, is how many of
those people watching would have seen
themselves represented on the New York
catwalk? And how many of them looked at
models, including Bella Hadid and Stella
Maxwell, and felt genuinely empowered?
For something as everyday as underwear,
the visual language tends to be exclusive
and excluding. Which is an odd fit, when
you think about it. Defenders say that
the airbrushed, 0.1% definition of beauty
(which is not exclusive to Victoria?s Secret,
of course) offers fantasy and inspiration.
But for many of us, the endless stream of
cut-and-paste ?perfect? bodies serves less as
a source of inspiration and more as one of
flagellation. Rare is the woman who has
not at some point looked at herself
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and thought her body was somehow
?wrong?. And nowhere are those feelings
made more starkly apparent than in the
nothing-to-hide-behind world of lingerie
branding and advertising.
But the kickback is happening.
Bored of the conventional narrative,
a new generation of underwear brands
is seeking to champion a version of
empowerment that is built on something
much more substantial than abs, tans
and thigh gaps: inclusivity.
One such brand is ThirdLove, the
lingerie label founded by Heidi Zak. Last
month, Heidi published a full-page open
letter to Victoria?s Secret in The New York
Times, as a reaction to the comments
(subsequently apologised for) made by
the brand?s chief marketing officer, Ed
Razek. Ed said that the brand has not
to date cast trans or plus-size models
?because the show is a fantasy?.
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pretending certain sizes don?t exist or
aren?t important enough to serve,? she
wrote. ?To all women everywhere, we
see you, and we hear you. Your reality
is enough. To each, her own.?
?We don?t think inclusivity is a trend,
we think it?s a movement,? ThirdLove?s
chief creative officer, Ra?el Cohen, tells
Grazia. ?Women are no longer accepting
the singular vision of female beauty that
we were spoon-fed for so many years. Now,
women are making deliberate choices
about the brands we tie ourselves to?.
That choice is growing ? with a host of
new mould-smashing names making noise
in the crowded lingerie market. Brands
like Rihanna?s Savage x Fenty lingerie
collection, which closed last New York
Fashion Week with a strong, sexy,
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and ethnicities (including a nine months
pregnant Slick Woods) slinking around a
Garden of Eden-style catwalk.
Then there is American brand Aerie,
which broke the internet last year for
all the right reasons when it released a
campaign starring disabled models
and those with chronic conditions ?
including one with a colostomy bag.
Meanwhile, Kiwi brand Lonely has been
commended for including trans and
older women in its campaigns.
Serena Rees made her name in the ?90s
when she founded Agent Provocateur.
In 2016, she set up Les Girls Les Boys, a
youth-focused, primarily unisex underwear
line that puts comfort at the top of the
agenda. She sees it as her responsibility to
promote authentic, unretouched imagery.
?The younger generation wants to see
imagery that feels honest, unpretentious
and ?real? ? something they can relate
to, rather than an unattainable picture of
perfection,? Serena explains. ?Having lived
surrounded by teenagers growing up in
this ?social media? generation, I have seen
first-hand the negative effect this can have
on confidence and identity. I believe in
celebrating these differences and so-called
?imperfections?. Part of the reason for
starting this brand was to help people
suffering from anxiety and depression.
We want to effect positive change!?
This spirit is also translating to the
product, though. Not only are these
new-gen underwear brands prioritising
comfort and wearability, but also offering
extended sizing. New brand Cuup wants
women to stop feeling ?too big? or ?too
small? ? a result, they say, of it being easier
and cheaper to squeeze women into the
15-20 sizes typically offered in the industry
than produce the 30+ sizes women actually
need (they have had an ?overwhelming
response? from women on social media,
since launching this year). Furthermore,
brands are also cottoning on to the fact
that nude no longer means a single
peachy-pink tone: ASDA and ASOS have
both expanded their nude tones recently.
This diversity-embracing spirit makes
sense commercially. According to Mintel?s
2018 Underwear UK report, 49% of
British female underwear shoppers believe
the range available at a lot of retailers is
too similar; 78% of them think campaigns
should feature models who represent the
average person. That?s 78% of the market
up for grabs. ?We?ve seen an increasing
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is sexy by companies that are run by men
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designer all actually wear bras, they
understand what we really want: comfort
ease, support, confidence. They understan
that we don?t want underwear designed
with a teenage boy rather than a busy
woman in mind. They understand that w
all ? AA or GG ? just want to feel good.
As Chloe Hayward, one of the models
in Cuup?s debut campaign, puts it, these
new brands ?make women who have felt
invisible and therefore ashamed of their
bodies visible in the lingerie market. The
idea of the ?perfect? body and ?perfect?
boobs is being turned on its head because
these brands aren?t asking women to
change, they are showing women that
they are already perfect. The product
needed to transform to fit the customer,
not the other way around.?
SAVAGE X FENTY
Rihanna?s rise as architect
of inclusive power brands
continues. The fashion
forward Savage X Fenty
launched earlier this year
and goes up to a 44DD.
?Savage X means making
your own rules and
expressing your mood,
character and style ? for
you, not for someone
else,? says the superstar.
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Founded by Heidi Zak
in 2012, ThirdLove?s
bras are designed from
the measurements of real
women. The brand offers
74 sizes. ?Whatever her
shape or size, we want
every woman to see
herself re?ected on
ThirdLove?s website,
and feel welcomed by
our offerings,? says chief
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CUUP
Launching in the US this
year and coming to the
UK early 2019, Cuup?s
mission is simple:
to create ?attering,
lightweight, supportive
bras for every woman.
?Why can?t a G cup
customer have the same
experience as a B cup??
asks co-founder Abby
Morgan. shopcuup.com
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AERIE
American Eagles-owned
Aerie has made a splash
with its boundary-breaking
advertising campaigns that
celebrate our differences.
The #aeriereal Insta hashtag
encourages customers to
join in the transparency
conversation. ae.com
EMONADE DOLLS
BEIJA LONDON
Founded by sisters
Abbie Miranda and
Mazie Fisher in 2016,
Beija London?s tagline
is ?One Size Does Not
Fit All?. The three-tiered
sizing system celebrates
different body shapes,
while understanding
that different sizes
have different needs.
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Launching 14 December,
Lemonade Dolls is a sassy
brand making a play for
the 18-30 market. ?Women
are fed up of just being
able to buy push-ups and
?chicken ?llet? bras,? says
founder Lemon Fuller.
?Girls want something
comfortable but still fun
and sexy on their own
terms. It is about feeling
comfortable in your skin.?
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(marksandspencer.com)
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Love Stories
(net-a-porter.com)
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This Christmas, partywear does double-duty as daywear, thanks to Boden?s
luxe separates, perfect for dressing up or down
THIS PARTY SEASON has a distinctly
?laid-back luxe? vibe, which Boden is
delivering with bells on. So sumptuous
fabrics ? velvet, silk, sequins ? in rich jewel
tones are in, while your traditional little
black dress can, well, take a little rest. And
the best part is that we?re not saving these
statement-makers just for after-dark or
going out-out, but dressing them down
for super-stylish daywear too. So a pair of
forest-green velvet, wide-leg trousers look
party-ready with a sequin long-sleeve top
and jewelled flats, but would look just as
great teamed with a sneakers-and-sweater
combo. A black blazer is your best friend for
the festive season, looking super-chic but
not try-hard with a white shirt and jeans.
And a gold velvet top delivers glamour with
black trousers and a velvet collarless coat.
So, this festive season, remember your
luxe looks aren?t just for parties, but drinks
with friends and easy Sunday brunch.
Buy now, wear now ? and forever, and
with everything. Now that?s what we
call chic-onomics!
See the full collection at boden.co.uk, in their
London shops (Westfield London, King?s
Road and Hanger Green) or in selected
John Lewis concessions countrywide.
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floral prints, bold checks and elegant silky fabrics.
Bra, �, and briefs, �, Aubade
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B E AUT Y
T R E A S U R E
W O R D S H A N N A H C O AT E S
When it comes
to skincare, our
faces get all the
TLC. But what
about the area
that lies beneath?
on average, we spend nine minutes
a day on our skincare routines ? cleansing
like crazy, slapping on serums and
mainlining masks like there?s no
tomorrow, in pursuit of healthy, youthful
complexions. But when you think
skincare, does only your face spring
to mind? Because, when it comes to
keeping your skin on side, that?s where
you?re going wrong. ?Many of us don?t
realise that the d閏olletage extends
from the bottom of the earlobe to
the exposed part of the bust and
shoulder line,? says Dr Lancer, Beyonc�
and Kim K?s go-to dermatologist.
So how to take care of that?
RETHINK YOUR ROUTINE
Ask any dermatologist worth their salt, and
they?ll recommend a from-the-nipple-up
approach to applying skincare products.
Why? An extension of our face, the chest
area has fewer oil glands than the rest of our
body, which makes it prone to dehydration
and a cr阷ey appearance. Pair that with the
fact it?s often neglected in the SPF arena
and you have advanced pigmentation and
subsequent collagen reduction to boot.
Naturally, prevention is key, but don?t
worry if you?ve already gone too far. ?Use
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C H E S T
essential to ward off ageing, as well
as fine lines, creasing and sagging.
BOOBS MEAN BUSINESS
active ingredients, like brightening and
collagen-boosting vitamin C, cell-renewing
retinol, exfoliating glycolic, tone-evening
niacinamide and spot-busting salicylic acid
to help even out the d閏olletage?s colour to
that of your neck and face,? says Dr Lancer.
Aesthetic doctor Dr Maryam Zamani
agrees, touting SPF as her everyday
Beauty brands have increased their focus
on d閏olletage recently, with products
specifically formulated for that area.
Take Fillerina [1], a topical hyaluronic
acid (HA) filler in a light gel that contains
eight types/different sizes of HA (to help
penetrate skin on every level) and three
different types of collagen. The topical
collagen kick-starts the skin?s own natural
collagen production, while the HA
holds up to 1,000 times its weight in
water and thereby plumps and hydrates
the area. Think of it as topical filler
without the needles. There are two
options, Grade 4, which is for noticeable
wrinkles and sagging (�5), and Grade 5
2.
s (�0).
has been known
to t
kle?s face and
d閏oll
s a Neck and Chest
Rejuvenat
mplex [2], �, in her
range. It?s a silky cream that helps soften
dull, dry skin and contains ingredients like
niacinamide to help repair skin damage.
Meanwhile, Clarins? Bust Beauty
Extra-Lift Gel [3], �, uses oat sugars
to form a firming film over the breasts?
surface, leading to a a tighter feel. Or try
Mio?s Boob Tube+ Multi Action Bust
Cream, �.50, rich in omega oils to
smooth and fortify the skin?s surface, or
Prai?s new Ageless Bust Cr鑝e [4], �,
which calls itself a ?padded bra in a jar? and
contains a special extract that has a ?filling?
effect to make boobs look plumper. 87
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And don?t forget your boo
yes, you heard right, there?s n
of masks on offer specifically
Nannette de Gasp�s Bust Dry
[5],
�0, promises to define the breast thanks
to clever, ?techstile? technology that sees
HA and marine collagen dry-printed
(or infused) on to the mask. The only
downside? You need to wear it for an
hour each day for six days in a row.
Commitment-phobes might prefer
Skin Laundry?s Wrinkle Release Neck &
Chest Sheet Mask, �, which contains
a selection of organic vegetable extracts
to help lessen lines and brighten skin.
And for the laziest? Lancer?s Contour
Decollet� Firming Concentrate [6],
�5, is expensive, but contains marine
cone snail venom to combat wrinkles
and boost collagen.
RUB IT IN
From Meghan to Mossy, those in-theknow swear by facials that use massage
to benefit the face, neck and d閏olletage.
Celebrity facialist Michaella Bolder is
known for her firm-handed massage
technique during her treatments, but says
you can also do it yourself at home. ?You
should be massaging this area every day
? it?s still part of the face,? she says. ?The
breast muscle and the fascia tissue that sit
underneath the skin both hold so much
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and fascia tissue
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collarbone inside the base of the neck,
by using four of your fingers to hook inside
the bone and press down, slowly, 10 times.
?On the lower side of the collarbone, use
sweeping motions to slide the same four
fingers from the centre to where your
shoulder blades start,? advises Michaella.
This light, sweeping motion helps gently
move surface fluid and activates the
detoxification process.
Start the massage using a product that
gives enough slip so that the skin doesn?t
drag. Michaella recommends Time Bomb?s
Troubleshooter Neck & Jaw Cream [7],
�, or Romilly Wilde?s Active Boost Face
Oil [8], �. ?With deep pressure and big
sweeping circular motions, use the palms of
your hands to work from the centre of your
chest, round to the shoulder, and then back
around the breast,? says Michaella, who
also suggests using the opposite hand to
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7.
the shoulder you?re working around. Then
use circular motions in-between the boobs
to help stave off tram lines and stimulate
collagen production. After you?ve done this
for as long as you have time for, go back to
the draining techniques you began with.
OFF YOUR CHEST
Where skincare fails (a topical product can
only do so much), dermatologists also offer
treatments of varying degrees that can help
target the pigmentation, fine lines, uneven
texture and sallowness. ?If you?re suffering
from pigmentation and have a [lighter]
skin tone that can burn, IPL [intense pulsed
light therapy] is a great way to help,? says Dr
Zamani. ?Skin can?t be suntanned when
doing it so this is a good treatment to have
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LIVE AND LET LIFT
Looking for an alternative to breast
implants? ?A lot of women who come to
me want their implants taken out,? says
plastic surgeon and breast specialist
Dr Rozina Ali, ?but still want the breast
volume they once had with them in. For
that, I suggest lipofilling.? This process
injects fat taken from the thighs, knees and
underneath the bum into breast tissue. It?s
a lot less invasive than breast augmentation
and helps build shape without surgery.
Alternatively, the PDO Thread Lift, a
technique that involves inserting super-fine
micro threads (with a needle, so no scars)
through the mid layers of skin to lift the
breast. As well as lifting skin, the threads
prompt better collagen production and
makes boobs look fuller and firmer. It lasts
around nine months, by which time the
threads dissolve into the body. Dr Barbara
Kubicka in London?s ClinicBe specialises in
PDO Thread Lift (clinicbe.com, from �0).
during winter months.? You?ll need up
to five treatments, one month apart.
Head to efmedispa.com for IPL treatments
nationwide (from �0).
For wrinkled texture, Dr Zamani?s Glow
Rehab treatment (drmaryamzamani.com,
from �500) combines three different
treatments to tackle skin from all angles:
Profhilo, PRP and Laser Genesis. ?Profhilo
treatment is where a form of hyaluronic acid
is gently injected into the skin to hydrate
deeply while stimulating collagen,? explains
Dr Zamani. PRP is where we take the blood
(and isolate the platelet-rich plasma) and
reinject it into the skin to stimulate collagen
production, and finally Laser Genesis is
a laser that helps stimulate collagen.?
Radiofrequency is another treatment
gaining traction. Plastic surgeon Patrick
EVEN STEVENS
Mallucci, medical director at Mallucci
London (mallucci-london.com), advocates
it for ?skin tightening and regeneration?.
He combines it with Profhilo and
recommends from three to six treatments,
separated by a couple of weeks. Then
there?s ultherapy, which uses ultrasound
technology to tighten and lift the skin on
the chest for up to two years. ?Treatment
is uncomfortable, but you only need one,?
says Dr Zamani. You should then see
pronounced results within six months.
Never underestimate the power of make-up.
?Look for lightweight products, like a
tinted moisturiser or CC cream. A full-on
foundation can be ageing and messy,? says
make-up pro Mel Arter. A faux tan can
work wonders too, but be careful. ?If
the chest has visible pigmentation or
sun damage, as they often do, fake tans
can cling lighter and darker in certain
patches,? says tanning extraordinaire James
Harknett, who recommends a noncommittal wash-off tanner. Vita Liberata?s
Body Blur [9], �.50, is name-checked
by both pros, as well as the Grazia beauty
team, and offers the ultimate, even, glowy
tan in just a swipe of a mitt.
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Want more time snoozing?
these foolproof hacks will
shave precious minutes off
your morning routine?
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4.
FUN FACTS: on average, every morning
Grazia readers spend nine minutes on
skincare, 15 minutes putting on make-up
and 16 minutes styling their hair. So,
that?s an average of 40 minutes on beauty
routines. Which works out at 4 hours 40
minutes a week! Seize the day ? and your
time back ? with these savvy shortcuts.
TIME TO CUT BACK
Forget an elaborate 12-step Korean regime
? there?s no need to spend that much time
on your skin, especially in the morning,
when the aim of the game is protection
against the day ahead (think antioxidants
and SPF). ?Skincare nowadays is so
intelligently formulated that you don?t
need to take time layering many individual
products if you?re time poor,? says aesthetic
doctor Dr Maryam Zamani. ?Instead, opt
for multifunctional formulas that cover
all bases and keep skin clean, hydrated and
functioning optimally.? Cut corners with
MZ Skin Hydrate & Nourish Age Defence
Moisturiser [3], �, which contains
SPF30, hyaluronic acid to plump and
hydrate and an encapsulated retinol
to speed up cellular turnover and target
fine lines. Equally good is De Mamiel Skin
Recovery Blend, �, a balm that is both
anti-inflammatory (to calm stressed skin)
and full of antioxidants to protect skin
from the environment. Then there?s
Lumene?s Pure Glow Cleansing Balm,
�.90, which will boost skin with
vitamin C while removing make-up.
SWIPE ?N? GO
Soup up your cleansing routine with a
speedy stick; containing 11 skin-nourishing
oils and shea butter, Rodin Olio Lusso
Luxury Face Oil [2], �, can be scribbled
on and washed off, or applied on-the-go to
nourish dry skin or create a dewy highlight
on cheekbones. Alex Steinherr X Primark
Plump & Glow Facial In A Stick [4], �
pairs antioxidants and hyaluronic acid to
remove make-up and plump skin.
13.
MAKE-UP
CREAM OF THE CROP
What?s more satisfying than double-duty
make-up that can be swooshed on to skin
in multiple places? ?To save time, I go for
cream products,? says make-up artist Lynsey
Alexander. ?They layer up nicely so it?s easy
to achieve a gorgeous balmy finish.? RMS
Beauty Lip2Cheek [6], �, can be used
on lips, cheeks and eyelids and sinks
imperceptibly into skin for a radiant finish,
while Lynsey?s go-to MAC Paint Pot in
Groundwork [10], �.50, is a universal
taupe that works just as well as a ?wash
of colour on the eyes? as it does below
cheekbones to sculpt the face. Find your
most flattering tones by looking for colours
that occur naturally in your skin tone.
A creamy consistency is also ideal for
foundation, just don?t fall into the time
trap of applying it everywhere. ?The key
areas to cover are under the eyes, around
the nose and on any blemishes,? says Lynsey.
By opting for pinpointed touch-ups rather
than a full-on mask, your natural glow will
shine through. Try BECCA?s Skin Love
Weightless Blur foundation [5], �, or
IT Cosmetics CC+ Cream Illumination,
�, both of which come with fuss-free
pump dispensers. Alternatively, if you?re
naturally blessed in the skin department,
a concealer is all you need. We love Sisley?s
speedy click-and-go Stylo Lumiere [9],
� 50 hi h
l d brightens.
5.
THE NO-GO ZONE
The one time-saver to avoid? ?Wipes
just move whatever is sitting on the fac
around and can cause further irritation
on the skin,? advises Dr Zamani. The la
girl?s answer? Face Halo Makeup Remo
Pad [1], � a microfibre cloth that
only requires water to magic every
last trace of make-up off your face.
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but is notoriously tricky in a hurry.
Monthly maintenance with threading
and tinting means there?s less work to
be done day to day (Blink Brow Bar
are nationwide and uniformly good,
from �). For those who like to DIY,
Maybelline?s Tattoo Brow [8], �.99,
will tint brows for up to three days,
while for every day, Benefit?s Brow
Contour Pro [7], �.50, houses four
different nibs ? from highlighter to definer
? to craft the perfect arch in record time.
?Try tinting your eyelashes, too,? says
Lynsey. ?It makes them appear fuller and
thicker so you won?t need to apply
mascara.? Or for real devotees, lash
extensions last up to four weeks.
HAIR
G R E AT H A I R D AY S
Blow-drying is one of the most timeconsuming elements of any beauty routine
and hair brands are wisely seeking ways
around it. Take Sisley?s new Straightening
Shampoo [11], �, which uses moringa
oil to smooth flyaways and frizz even before
you?ve dried. Then there?s Aveda?s Blow Dry
Accelerator [13], �, which contains
lactic acid to seal the hair cuticle and
subsequently create increased air flow
around each strand for a speedier result.
As for the swiftest of hair refreshers,
Klorane Dry Shampoo with Nettle, �
and Living Proof Perfect Hair Day [14],
�, are two of the very best.
Finally, if you want to call in the big
guns, the Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer,
�9.99, has been shown to cut blowdrying time in half, thanks to a motor that
delivers three times the air flow as your
average hairdryer. Pair with Tangle Teezer?s
Wet Brush, �[12], for a speedy detangle.
Considering we spend over four days a
year styling our strands, we?d say that?s
a worthwhile investment.
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Over the last year I?ve started to take my
skincare regime more seriously and will
pretty much experiment with anything to
get the best possible skin. Exfoliators, oils,
facial peels, LED lights, ingredients from
my kitchen cupboard ? I?ve tried them all.
But there is one product I?ve remained
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Anyone who uses it will tell you it has
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THINK YOU?VE NEVER heard of ARGIRELINE�
Take a look at the bottles on your dressing table or in your
bathroom cabinet. If you have anti-ageing products in
your beauty arsenal, it?s highly likely they?ll contain this
wonder ingredient (aka acetyl hexapeptide-8). It?s one
of the cosmetic industry?s best-kept secrets ? until now!
Developed over 10 years of intensive research as
a non-invasive, safer alternative to injectables by those
clever people at LipotecTM, ARGIRELINE� peptide
has been proven to actively reduce the appearance
of expression wrinkles ? with noticeable effects in
just a week of use. Which is why so many of the biggest
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already have experienced the effects of this super-peptide
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Petra, Jordan
Despite the many troubles of the
region, don?t dismiss Jordan as
a viable travel option. One of the
attractions is the Rose City of Petra,
which is not just a UNESCO World
Heritage Site, but also one of the
New Seven Wonders Of The World.
The Treasury or Al Khazna is the
emblematic fa鏰de of this famous
archaeological site, standing almost
40 meters high and intricately
decorated with Corinthian
capitals, friezes and figures.
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Want some ski action this
winter? These four destinations
are guaranteed to deliver snow
? and plenty more besides
Ski lifts, Courcheval 1850
OUT OF OFFICE
Courcheval by night
Luxe chic at?
courcheval, france
This famous and fabulously glam ski area is at one end
of the Trois Vall閑s, the world?s largest lift-linked ski
area. With north-facing slopes, Courcheval has some
of the best snow ? and an impressive apr鑣-ski too.
THE SKIING Courcheval?s slopes rank among the
best in the world ? expect long, smooth, confidenceboosting pistes and soft, squeaky snow that?s fab for
intermediate skiers. There are 150km of runs, of
which 23 are green, 34 blue, 32 red and 10 black.
The vast lift system includes the resorts of M閞ibel,
St Martin de Belleville, Les Menuires, Val Thorens
and La Tania too. Head to Creux, a long red piste at
the top of Courchevel, first thing ? it?s more often
than not sunny, quiet and offers plenty of variety for
brushing up on technique. When visibility isn?t
great, nip to Foly鑢es, a long blue that runs through
Narnia-style trees into La Tania.
WHERE TO STAY Courcheval 1850 has long
attracted the glossy posse, but Courchevel 1650 (also
known as Moriond) is cosier and has identical skiing.
Check into Portetta, a 38-room hotel that?s pitched
perfectly piste-side and run by owners of UK hotspots
Lime Wood and The Pig. It channels stylish but cosy
mountain chic with squishy sofas, reclaimed wood and
stone floors, open fires, an impressive spa and a brilliant
hassle-minimising ski hire facility in the basement.
THE APR萐-SKI Acclaimed Brit chef Angela
Hartnett has a residency at Portetta?s Cucina Angelina
and, oof, it?s good. Expect an Italian-influenced
menu celebrating locally sourced produce, with an
impressive array of meat grilled on an open range
within the restaurant itself. Or check out Koori
at L?Apog閑 in Courcheval 1850; it sure isn?t cheap,
but serves up mouthwatering sushi with impeccable
service (oetkercollection.com). Folie Douce
(lafoliedouce.com) in Meribel is the place for wild
afternoon parties and La Boulotte in Moriond
(laboulotte.ch) is great for live music and beers.
THE LOWDOWN Rooms at Portetta start from
�5pn (portetta.com). Fly to Chambery airport,
which is just over 100km away, from � one way
(skyscanner.net). Daily lift passes are about �pp.
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Scenic skiing, Lake Louise
PL AY LI ST
Picture perfect skiing at?
lake louise, canada
Cucina Angelina
The hype about Lake Louise is not hyperbole.
Set in Alberta?s Banff National Park, the turquoise
glacier-fed lake is insanely beautiful and the nearby
Lake Louise Ski Resort has an astonishing 4,200
skiable acres of pristine champagne powder to carve.
THE SKIING Free shuttles ferry you to the ski area,
and the chances are, if you?re still adjusting to the
Canadian time zone, you?ll be up and at ?em early
enough to enjoy fresh tracks ? 139 runs of empty
perfection. Refuel at the timber-framed Lodge of
Ten Peaks at the base, where well-earned comfort
food is served in front of huge stone fireplaces.
WHERE TO STAY The rooms at the five-star
Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise are simple and
elegant and the setting is magical. If you can,
splash out on a lake view. From here, skate in
picturesque perfection, or book a place on a
horse-drawn sleigh around the perimeter. Don?t
miss an authentic snow-shoeing experience or a
half-day trip to the frozen falls at Johnston Canyon.
THE APR萐-SKI This resort is not really about
nightlife, but what it lacks in apr鑣-ski is more than
compensated for at the Fairmont, where waist-busting
Swiss fondues are served up in the Walliser Stube
(� for two) and romantic formal meals can be
savoured in the Fairview (about �pp). There?s
an ice bar outside and, if you get the chance, switch
your usual apr鑣 pint for Canadian Ice Wine ?
it?s so good it?s rarely exported.
THE LOWDOWN Rooms start from �5pn
(fairmont.com). Day passes for Lake Louise cost from
� (skibig3.com). Flights from London to Calgary
cost from �3 per person (aircanada.com). Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise
Ice hockey, Lake Louise
Loft 3, Portetta
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Dolomites, Trentino
Snowboarder heaven at?
flims, switzerland
Unlike its showy neighbour Zermatt, Flims has
retained much of its original Alpine charm, with
pretty chalets populating the village and a rapid
gondola that connects it with the huge Laax ski area.
THE SKIING There are slopes for all abilities
among the 224km of pisted runs at Laax and,
unusually, snowboarders are encouraged here ?
there are four snow parks and it plays host each
January to the Laax Open, a mind-blowing fourday contest of slopestyle and halfpipe technique.
WHERE TO STAY Set within its own parkland
above Flims, the Waldhaus is more of a resort than a
hotel, with rooms, suites and chalets spread around
multiple elegant Belle 蓀oque buildings. The spa is
amazing ? as well as a menu of impeccably delivered
treatments, there?s a spectacular indoor and
outdoor pool complex. The mixed naked sauna,
followed by a dip in the ice-hole carved into the
pond outside, is a life-changing experience.
THE APR萐-SKI The recently re-opened
mountain station Gaalaxy (laax.com/skigebietschweiz/galaaxy) has a restaurant with 360� views.
Come evening, head for Laax village and the
underground Riders Palace nightclub (ridershotel.
com/club) for Ibiza-style DJ-ing. For something
more refined, enjoy regional specialities at the
Waldhaus?s Epoca (the Alpine hay soup is delicious)
or head to the hotel?s Summit Bar for a cocktail.
THE LOWDOWN Superior double rooms at the
Waldhaus from about �0pn B&B; chalets from
�9pn (waldhaus-flims.ch). Fly to Zurich or
Geneva on SwissAir from �(swiss.com). Download
the Inside Laax app to get a lift pass from about �.
High in the Dolomites, this resort in the Trentino
region is a UNESCO National Heritage area
dominated by towering, rugged peaks that turn
spectacular shades of pink at dawn and sunset.
THE SKIING Something for everyone, from broad
and gentle to intermediate slopes and plunging blacks.
Part of the Dolomite Superski area, as well as skiing in
San Martino di Castrozza itself (48km of pisted ski
runs), lift passes give you access to the entire area with
its 1,420km of downhill skiing that includes 668
pistes, served by 573 ski lifts. The Trentino Ski Sunrise
programme also gives you exclusive early-morning
access to the slopes ? breakfast in a mountain hut
followed by skiing as dawn breaks. Magical.
WHERE TO STAY The recently renovated Historic
Residence Madonna has five apartments with views
of the magnificent Pale di San Martino mountain.
THE APR萐-SKI The cowboy-themed Ranch
(facebook.com/ranchthedolomitesbar) is where everyone
heads for post-skiing drinks. For dinner, Ristorante
Da Anita serves delicious local fare (ristorante-daanita.com). On weekends only, try the scenic Refugio
Rosetta, high on Pale di San Martino (rifugiorosetta.it).
THE LOWDOWN A two-person apartment starts
from �3pn (residencemadonna.it). Fly to Verona
(about �; easyjet.com, ryanair.com, whizz.com), then
hire a car or take a transfer to San Martino di Castrozza.
Waldhaus, Flims
Historic Residence Madonna
Drink in the Dolomites
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Sportswear brand
Dare 2b has collaborated
with legendary designer
Julien Macdonald to bring
you high-performance
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HITTING THE PISTE this winter? Then you?ll need
an A-list-worthy snow outfit. Which is why leading
sportswear brand Dare 2b has collaborated with none
other than fashion luminary Julien Macdonald, whose
glamorous designs have been worn by the likes of Kim
Kardashian and Hailey Baldwin, to create a stunning
new capsule snow collection for A/W ?18.
The perfect marriage of form and function, the
range incorporates all the technical materials and
specifications you?d expect from high-performance
snow wear with the luxury styling that?s unmistakeably
Julien Macdonald. Think luxe fabrics, sophisticated
metal hardware embellishments, striking prints
and a feminine silhouette that reflects an on-trend
streetwear aesthetic, and Julien?s opulent couture
designs. This high-fashion collection looks so good
you?ll be praying for snow, whether you plan to hit
the slopes or just head straight for the apr鑣-ski!
Snow gear has never looked so stylish.
Discover the complete Dare 2b x Julien Macdonald
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in-store and at House of Fraser, Next and Debenhams
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SOLO VS
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SALAD
WA R M N I 荗 I S E
SALAD
Serves: 2-4
INGREDIENTS
375g high-quality tuna in olive oil
4 plum tomatoes, halved and cored
450g fingerling potatoes, halved
225g green beans
For the vinaigrette:
1 garlic clove, finely chopped
Sea salt
90ml extra-virgin olive oil
2 tbsp fresh lemon juice
1 tbsp Dijon mustard
2 tsp finely chopped fresh tarragon leaves
1 shallot, minced
Freshly ground black pepper
To assemble:
90g pitted black Ni鏾ise olives
8 small radishes, quartered
4 soft-boiled eggs, halved lengthwise
1 small cucumber, thinly sliced
Sea salt flakes and ground black pepper
12g fresh basil leaves, torn
METHOD
1 Preheat the
Each week, we feature two delicious
recipes ? one?s a tasty weekday
supper, the other has wow factor,
for when you?re entertaining.
This week, from Buzzfeed?s global
food channel Tasty, tuck into a
warm Ni鏾ise salad, and impress
friends with a rich seafood pasta
oven to 200癈/Fan 180癈/
Gas Mark 6. Drain the tuna, reserving
the olive oil and keeping the tuna as
intact as possible.
2 Arrange the tomato halves, cut-sides up,
over one-third of a rimmed baking sheet
and drizzle with 1 tbsp of the reserved oil,
tossing to coat. Roast for 10 minutes.
3 Remove the sheet from the oven and pile
the potatoes in the centre. Drizzle with
1 tbsp of oil and toss. Roast for 10 minutes.
4 Remove from the oven and arrange the
beans on the empty part of the baking
sheet. Drizzle with 1 tbsp of oil and toss.
Roast for 40 minutes.
5 Meanwhile, make the vinaigrette. On a
cutting board, sprinkle the chopped garlic
heavily with salt. Using a knife, scrape and
mash the garlic and salt together repeatedly
to form a paste. Scrape the paste into a jam
jar and add the olive oil, lemon juice, Dijon,
tarragon and shallot and season well. Put
the lid on and shake until emulsi?ed.
6 Pile the tuna in the centre of a serving
plate. Arrange the potatoes, tomatoes,
beans,olives, radishes, eggs and cucumber
in piles. Drizzle with the vinaigrette and
season. Scatter basil over the top and serve.
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PL AY LI ST
SEAFOOD
FEAST
CLAMS CARBONARA
Serves: 4
INGREDIENTS
1.1kg littleneck clams, cleaned
Sea salt
60ml extra-virgin olive oil
115g pancetta, minced
90ml dry white wine
2 tsp freshly ground black pepper
450g linguine
122g grated Parmesan cheese
1 medium egg
3 egg yolks
Fresh flat-leaf parsley, chopped, to garnish
METHOD
1 Put the clams
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in a large bowl and cover
with 5cm of very cold water. Let them sit
for 1 hour to make sure they are grit- and
sand-free. (Most clams have already been
cleaned, so this is just insurance.) Bring a
large pot of salted water to the boil.
2 Meanwhile, in a large frying pan or skillet,
heat the olive oil over a medium heat. Add
the pancetta and cook, stirring occasionally,
until lightly browned (about 3 minutes).
3 Add the clams, wine and pepper and
increase the heat to high. Cover and cook,
shaking the pan occasionally, until the clams
open. Discard any that haven?t opened
after 10 minutes. While they?re cooking,
add the pasta to the boiling water and cook
according to the instructions until al dente.
4 Use tongs to transfer the clams to a
medium bowl and set aside. Scrape the
contents of the pan into a large bowl.
Whisk in 100g of the Parmesan, the egg,
and the egg yolks until smooth.
5 Drain the pasta in a colander and add it
to the Parmesan-egg mixture. Quickly toss
to coat evenly. Season with salt and pepper.
Stir the clams into the pasta.
6 Transfer the clams and pasta to a large
serving dish. Sprinkle with the remaining
Parmesan and parsley. Serve immediately.
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LIGHT SHOW
Quays Culture is hosting a
free interactive light festival
in Salford Quays this week.
For 10 days, Lightwaves 2018
will showcase inspiring digital
light art from emerging talent
and renowned artists, such as
Stanza. 7-16 Dec; thequays.org.
uk/whats-onlightwaves-2018
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Granger & Co ? the brains
behind avocado toast and
ricotta hotcakes ? is celebrating
25 years with a new seasonal
menu. Our favourite is the
delightful aonari-seared
tuna with courgette, soba
noodles and ponzu.
grangerandco.com
CAROLS IN THE
A B B E Y, L E E D S
Nothing says Christmas
quite like a traditional
carol service. Belt out your
favourite hymns alongside
the Heritage Singers at
EDINBURGH?S
FESTIVE
GARDENS
Edinburgh?s botanic garden
will be lit up with more than
a million twinkling lights fo
Christmas. Wander beneath
tree canopies, glasshouses an
sculptures, or head to Inverl
House, where there will be a
light and sound installation
visitscotland.com
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After Living Danishly for
a year, Helen Russell goes on a global
search for the key to getting happy
The Atlas Of Happiness
Helen Russell
(� 16. 99, TWO ROADS)
Long dark evenings, freezing commutes and the
word ?hygge? now so dog-eared it barely means a
thing. You need something comforting. Well, Helen
Russell, author of the celebrated The Year Of Living
Danishly, is back, with a global look at what perks us
up and calms us down. From ?petta reddast? (Iceland)
to ?mai pen rai? (Thailand), this investigates different
cultural approaches to cheeriness. It?s a delight, as
well as gorgeous-looking. You?ll buy it as a gift only
to find yourself using it as a crutch to get to spring?
O T H E R D E E P -W I N T E R C OM F O R T R E A D S
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Best known for his
magnetic presence on
Queer Eye, JVN enlists
experts to learn about art,
economics and, er, Brexit.
Fun and engaging, recent
guest Reese Witherspoon
is an avid listener.
Rituals For
Every Day
Nadia Narain &
Katia Narain
Phillips
(�.99, HUTCHI NSON)
The authors of Self
Care For The Real
World are back,
with something just
as sumptuous yet
useful as you?d hope.
They look at ways
we can make and
keep habits to
maintain both calm
and joy in everyday
life. Their sensible
but kind tone makes
it soothing but
never saccharine.
The Woman
In The Window
AJ Finn
How To Hold
A Grudge
Sophie Hannah
84 Charing
Cross Road
Helene Hanff
(� 12.99, HARPE RCOLLI NS)
(�6 .9 9 , HO D DE R &
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(�99, VIRAG O)
One of the year?s
most gripping
thrillers is now
out in paperback,
perfectly sized for
distracting even
the grumpiest
commuter on
a chilly route to
work. Rear Window
meets Girl On The
Train, it has all of
the New York City
snooping of the
former and the
unreliable narration
of the latter.
Yes, it?s the season
of goodwill, but the
holidays are also a
very busy time for
grudges. Hannah
is excellent on how
to embrace our
grudges, nurture
them and use them
to help you become
a better person.
There?s plenty that
is tongue in cheek
here, but a generous
dollop of genuinely
useful advice too.
Appease the
horrors of Black
Friday and beyond
with the ultimate
guilt-free feelgood
shopping book:
American Helene
Hanff ?s real-life
story of her 20-year
correspondence
with the owner
of Pages & Co
bookshop, Charing
Cross Road. A
classic for book
lovers on both
sides of the pond.
Pop Fashion
Lisa Rowan and Kaarin
Vembar are behind this
long-running fashion
podcast, covering latest
trends, fashion crimes
and business news.
A Creative Practice
Writer and broadcaster
Laura Barton interviews
six women to discover
their inspiration. From
mountains in Japan to the
Irish coast, each episode
has its own special place.
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It?s back to ?50s
Manhattan for more
unexpected stand-up
comedy and tears from
Mrs Midge Maisel
AT THIS YEAR?S Emmys, the newcomer
announcements went almost unanimously,
in all the categories that counted, to The
Marvelous Mrs Maisel. Best comedy series,
lead actress and supporting actress were all
bagged. When season two drops in all its
delicious glory this week, Mrs Maisel, and
her cutesy world of blown switchboards,
broken marriages, Busby Berkeley setpieces and ?50s high camp in mobster New
York, lands back on screen a bona fide star.
Mrs Maisel is the stage name of Miriam
?Midge? Weissman (Rachel Brosnahan:
amazing). The mise-en-sc鑞e of her Upper
West Side domesticity was interrupted
in season one when she found Mr Meisel,
Joel (Michael Zegen: not unhot), father
of their adorbs children, cheating with his
secretary. Miriam channels her heartache
into a second career as a stand-up comic,
finding an unlikely patron in the shadow
of Lenny Bruce. When she finally makes it
to curtain call, Joel hears his now ex-wife
badmouthing him from the sidelines.
Et voil� Ross and Rachel by way of Mad
Men are given wings. His weakness can
only lead to her strength.
The hit factor is easily dissectible. The
handiwork of Gilmore Girls creator Amy
Sherman-Paladino, revels in its own
theatricality, wrong-footing the audience
at each immaculately art-directed turn.
Brosnahan goes hell for leather on
Miriam?s tenacity while nursing her
Magical Midge:
a much-needed
heart-warmer
shattered life. In the first episode of season
two, she travels to Paris to try and rescue
her mother who has walked away from her
marriage. She finds her way on to a drag
club stage, effortlessly entertaining a smoky
room of cynical Parisians. The rose-tinted
thrill of the show ? pacey and distinct ?
is never less than an inch below the
tear-stained maquillage of its surface.
As an ensemble piece it?s pretty much
flawless. Mrs Maisel?s butch agent Susie,
her parents Rose and Abe, her brawling
mother-in-law Shirley all feel like they?ve
been cast from the toast of Broadway.
But it?s the messaging at the heart of
Mrs Maisel in which its true marvel
resides. Some people get a new haircut
when they?re dumped. Mrs Maisel gets a
shot at a whole second life. That will never
not warm the cockles of a mass market
hungry for the tiniest morsel of sincerity
among the broken trust of modern
Americana. Bravo and encore, dear Midge.
Begins streaming Friday, Amazon Prime
Care for a cry?
Care is a volatile sob story,
bespoke for our times. As
daughter Jenny (Sheridan
Smith) relies on mother
Mary (Alison Steadman) for
the care of her two daughters,
her world is about to collapse
when illness gets in the way.
Austerity Britain is painted in
all its monochrome stripes
by veteran screenwriter
Jimmy McGovern, his cast
obviously just brilliant.
Sunday, BBC One, 9pm
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ARIANA GRANDE released
a teaser of her new music video
for Thank U, Next, an homage to
Mean Girls. In it, Ariana becomes
Regina George as the cast of the
noughties classic gossip about her.
Aaron Samuels (aka Jonathan
Bennett) even does a cameo,
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a Bollywood blockbuster
BOLLYWOOD ROYALTY Priyanka
Chopra tied the knot with Nick Jonas in
a lavish ceremony on Monday at Jodpur?s
Umaid Bhawan Palace. Guests of honour
were Joe Jonas and his Game Of Thrones
girlfriend Sophie Turner. Priyanka
previously said that her guests ?will need
vacations after this wedding?, which is
expected to last for several days.
WRAP STAR
gets a shout-out
KIM K.O.S
sexting storyline
KIM CATTRALL reportedly
turned down Sex And The City
3 because of its controversial
storyline. Her character
Samantha Jones was meant to
sext Miranda?s teenage son and
receive ?dick pics? in return. Big
(Chris Noth) was also set to
die in the shower. So maybe
just as well that it was the film
that died? RIP, SATC.
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Less than 24 hours before I
came across The silence around
miscarriage invalidates the grief
you feel (3 Dec), at a nine-week
scan, I?d been told my baby
had no heartbeat. My first
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scared and worried I would never be able to have children. It
was excruciatingly painful and extremely lonely. But the more
open you are about it, the more you realise how many people
have gone through it. I am lucky to have a bold and beautiful
three-year-old daughter and many well-meaning people say ?at
least you have her?, which is true. But I am a mother to three
children, two of whom I never got to hold or meet. Still, it won?t
define me and it won?t stop me from trying again. Miscarriage
is normal and it must be spoken about to prepare those 1 in 4
who will suffer the same fate, hopefully not in silence. Rebecca
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My social life has changed but I
wouldn?t says it?s ?suffered? (?To
be a successful working mum??,
26 Nov). My childhood friends
will always be my BFFs. Other
friendships are more transient
and those through the kids
appear to be ?of the moment?, but
they bring me great pleasure. I
have work mates where we know
intimate details of each others?
?right now? lives but less about
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WhatsApp bants though! What
I don?t have any time for is me.
Reading a book? Ha! Louise
Reading Maria?s article has
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is exactly how I feel! Juggling
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I have a five-year-old son,
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WE?VE GOT SO MUCH TIME FOR
THE HANDMAID?S TALE SEQUEL
An uncomfortable,
important return:
it?s time to revisit
the Republic
of Gilead
your pink pussy hats in the air with joy, the
literary gods have answered our prayers.
Margaret Atwood (below) ? author of the
1985 dystopian novel The Handmaid?s Tale
? has announced she?s writing a sequel.
Atwood revealed on Twitter last week that
The Testaments will be narrated by three
female characters and cover ?everything you?ve
ever asked me about Gilead [the novel?s
patriarchal society] and its inner workings?.
hen the TV adaptation hit screens last
viewers drew uncomfortable parallels
ween Gilead and current US society.
a sequel couldn?t come at a better
me: abortion is still illegal in Northern
eland, an alleged sexual harasser has just
een appointed to the US Supreme Court
d a man who wants to cut funding to
anned Parenthood and grab women
y the pussy? is still in the White House.
So bring on the sequel, and may it
ontinue to serve as another way for us
call out sexism and make the message
oud and clear: we won?t stay silent.
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This Christmas, partywear does double-duty as daywear, thanks to Boden?s
luxe separates, perfect for dressing up or down
THIS PARTY SEASON has a distinctly
?laid-back luxe? vibe, which Boden is
delivering with bells on. So sumptuous
fabrics ? velvet, silk, sequins ? in rich jewel
tones are in, while your traditional little
black dress can, well, take a little rest. And
the best part is that we?re not saving these
statement-makers just for after-dark or
going out-out, but dressing them down
for super-stylish daywear too. So a pair of
forest-green velvet, wide-leg trousers look
party-ready with a sequin long-sleeve top
and jewelled flats, but would look just as
great teamed with a sneakers-and-sweater
combo. A black blazer is your best friend for
the festive season, looking super-chic but
not try-hard with a white shirt and jeans.
And a gold velvet top delivers glamour with
black trousers and a velvet collarless coat.
So, this festive season, remember your
luxe looks aren?t just for parties, but drinks
with friends and easy Sunday brunch.
Buy now, wear now ? and forever, and
with everything. Now that?s what we
call chic-onomics!
See the full collection at boden.co.uk, in their
London shops (Westfield London, King?s
Road and Hanger Green) or in selected
John Lewis concessions countrywide.
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floral prints, bold checks and elegant silky fabrics.
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There are candles and then there are jumbo candles so downright collectable that they justify
being entirely broke for the foreseeable future to own one. Case in point, this limited-edition beauty
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B E AUT Y
T R E A S U R E
W O R D S H A N N A H C O AT E S
When it comes
to skincare, our
faces get all the
TLC. But what
about the area
that lies beneath?
on average, we spend nine minutes
a day on our skincare routines ? cleansing
like crazy, slapping on serums and
mainlining masks like there?s no
tomorrow, in pursuit of healthy, youthful
complexions. But when you think
skincare, does only your face spring
to mind? Because, when it comes to
keeping your skin on side, that?s where
you?re going wrong. ?Many of us don?t
realise that the d閏olletage extends
from the bottom of the earlobe to
the exposed part of the bust and
shoulder line,? says Dr Lancer, Beyonc�
and Kim K?s go-to dermatologist.
So how to take care of that?
RETHINK YOUR ROUTINE
Ask any dermatologist worth their salt, and
they?ll recommend a from-the-nipple-up
approach to applying skincare products.
Why? An extension of our face, the chest
area has fewer oil glands than the rest of our
body, which makes it prone to dehydration
and a cr阷ey appearance. Pair that with the
fact it?s often neglected in the SPF arena
and you have advanced pigmentation and
subsequent collagen reduction to boot.
Naturally, prevention is key, but don?t
worry if you?ve already gone too far. ?Use
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essential to ward off ageing, as well
as fine lines, creasing and sagging.
BOOBS MEAN BUSINESS
active ingredients, like brightening and
collagen-boosting vitamin C, cell-renewing
retinol, exfoliating glycolic, tone-evening
niacinamide and spot-busting salicylic acid
to help even out the d閏olletage?s colour to
that of your neck and face,? says Dr Lancer.
Aesthetic doctor Dr Maryam Zamani
agrees, touting SPF as her everyday
Beauty brands have increased their focus
on d閏olletage recently, with products
specifically formulated for that area.
Take Fillerina [1], a topical hyaluronic
acid (HA) filler in a light gel that contains
eight types/different sizes of HA (to help
penetrate skin on every level) and three
different types of collagen. The topical
collagen kick-starts the skin?s own natural
collagen production, while the HA
holds up to 1,000 times its weight in
water and thereby plumps and hydrates
the area. Think of it as topical filler
without the needles. There are two
options, Grade 4, which is for noticeable
wrinkles and sagging (�5), and Grade 5
2.
s (�0).
has been known
to t
kle?s face and
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s a Neck and Chest
Rejuvenat
mplex [2], �, in her
range. It?s a silky cream that helps soften
dull, dry skin and contains ingredients like
niacinamide to help repair skin damage.
Meanwhile, Clarins? Bust Beauty
Extra-Lift Gel [3], �, uses oat sugars
to form a firming film over the breasts?
surface, leading to a a tighter feel. Or try
Mio?s Boob Tube+ Multi Action Bust
Cream, �.50, rich in omega oils to
smooth and fortify the skin?s surface, or
Prai?s new Ageless Bust Cr鑝e [4], �,
which calls itself a ?padded bra in a jar? and
contains a special extract that has a ?filling?
effect to make boobs look plumper. 87
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And don?t forget your boo
yes, you heard right, there?s n
of masks on offer specifically
Nannette de Gasp�s Bust Dry
[5],
�0, promises to define the breast thanks
to clever, ?techstile? technology that sees
HA and marine collagen dry-printed
(or infused) on to the mask. The only
downside? You need to wear it for an
hour each day for six days in a row.
Commitment-phobes might prefer
Skin Laundry?s Wrinkle Release Neck &
Chest Sheet Mask, �, which contains
a selection of organic vegetable extracts
to help lessen lines and brighten skin.
And for the laziest? Lancer?s Contour
Decollet� Firming Concentrate [6],
�5, is expensive, but contains marine
cone snail venom to combat wrinkles
and boost collagen.
RUB IT IN
From Meghan to Mossy, those in-theknow swear by facials that use massage
to benefit the face, neck and d閏olletage.
Celebrity facialist Michaella Bolder is
known for her firm-handed massage
technique during her treatments, but says
you can also do it yourself at home. ?You
should be massaging this area every day
? it?s still part of the face,? she says. ?The
breast muscle and the fascia tissue that sit
underneath the skin both hold so much
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and fascia tissue
underneath the
skin hold tension?
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collarbone inside the base of the neck,
by using four of your fingers to hook inside
the bone and press down, slowly, 10 times.
?On the lower side of the collarbone, use
sweeping motions to slide the same four
fingers from the centre to where your
shoulder blades start,? advises Michaella.
This light, sweeping motion helps gently
move surface fluid and activates the
detoxification process.
Start the massage using a product that
gives enough slip so that the skin doesn?t
drag. Michaella recommends Time Bomb?s
Troubleshooter Neck & Jaw Cream [7],
�, or Romilly Wilde?s Active Boost Face
Oil [8], �. ?With deep pressure and big
sweeping circular motions, use the palms of
your hands to work from the centre of your
chest, round to the shoulder, and then back
around the breast,? says Michaella, who
also suggests using the opposite hand to
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the shoulder you?re working around. Then
use circular motions in-between the boobs
to help stave off tram lines and stimulate
collagen production. After you?ve done this
for as long as you have time for, go back to
the draining techniques you began with.
OFF YOUR CHEST
Where skincare fails (a topical product can
only do so much), dermatologists also offer
treatments of varying degrees that can help
target the pigmentation, fine lines, uneven
texture and sallowness. ?If you?re suffering
from pigmentation and have a [lighter]
skin tone that can burn, IPL [intense pulsed
light therapy] is a great way to help,? says Dr
Zamani. ?Skin can?t be suntanned when
doing it so this is a good treatment to have
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LIVE AND LET LIFT
Looking for an alternative to breast
implants? ?A lot of women who come to
me want their implants taken out,? says
plastic surgeon and breast specialist
Dr Rozina Ali, ?but still want the breast
volume they once had with them in. For
that, I suggest lipofilling.? This process
injects fat taken from the thighs, knees and
underneath the bum into breast tissue. It?s
a lot less invasive than breast augmentation
and helps build shape without surgery.
Alternatively, the PDO Thread Lift, a
technique that involves inserting super-fine
micro threads (with a needle, so no scars)
through the mid layers of skin to lift the
breast. As well as lifting skin, the threads
prompt better collagen production and
makes boobs look fuller and firmer. It lasts
around nine months, by which time the
threads dissolve into the body. Dr Barbara
Kubicka in London?s ClinicBe specialises in
PDO Thread Lift (clinicbe.com, from �0).
during winter months.? You?ll need up
to five treatments, one month apart.
Head to efmedispa.com for IPL treatments
nationwide (from �0).
For wrinkled texture, Dr Zamani?s Glow
Rehab treatment (drmaryamzamani.com,
from �500) combines three different
treatments to tackle skin from all angles:
Profhilo, PRP and Laser Genesis. ?Profhilo
treatment is where a form of hyaluronic acid
is gently injected into the skin to hydrate
deeply while stimulating collagen,? explains
Dr Zamani. PRP is where we take the blood
(and isolate the platelet-rich plasma) and
reinject it into the skin to stimulate collagen
production, and finally Laser Genesis is
a laser that helps stimulate collagen.?
Radiofrequency is another treatment
gaining traction. Plastic surgeon Patrick
EVEN STEVENS
Mallucci, medical director at Mallucci
London (mallucci-london.com), advocates
it for ?skin tightening and regeneration?.
He combines it with Profhilo and
recommends from three to six treatments,
separated by a couple of weeks. Then
there?s ultherapy, which uses ultrasound
technology to tighten and lift the skin on
the chest for up to two years. ?Treatment
is uncomfortable, but you only need one,?
says Dr Zamani. You should then see
pronounced results within six months.
Never underestimate the power of make-up.
?Look for lightweight products, like a
tinted moisturiser or CC cream. A full-on
foundation can be ageing and messy,? says
make-up pro Mel Arter. A faux tan can
work wonders too, but be careful. ?If
the chest has visible pigmentation or
sun damage, as they often do, fake tans
can cling lighter and darker in certain
patches,? says tanning extraordinaire James
Harknett, who recommends a noncommittal wash-off tanner. Vita Liberata?s
Body Blur [9], �.50, is name-checked
by both pros, as well as the Grazia beauty
team, and offers the ultimate, even, glowy
tan in just a swipe of a mitt.
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Want more time snoozing?
these foolproof hacks will
shave precious minutes off
your morning routine?
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FUN FACTS: on average, every morning
Grazia readers spend nine minutes on
skincare, 15 minutes putting on make-up
and 16 minutes styling their hair. So,
that?s an average of 40 minutes on beauty
routines. Which works out at 4 hours 40
minutes a week! Seize the day ? and your
time back ? with these savvy shortcuts.
TIME TO CUT BACK
Forget an elaborate 12-step Korean regime
? there?s no need to spend that much time
on your skin, especially in the morning,
when the aim of the game is protection
against the day ahead (think antioxidants
and SPF). ?Skincare nowadays is so
intelligently formulated that you don?t
need to take time layering many individual
products if you?re time poor,? says aesthetic
doctor Dr Maryam Zamani. ?Instead, opt
for multifunctional formulas that cover
all bases and keep skin clean, hydrated and
functioning optimally.? Cut corners with
MZ Skin Hydrate & Nourish Age Defence
Moisturiser [3], �, which contains
SPF30, hyaluronic acid to plump and
hydrate and an encapsulated retinol
to speed up cellular turnover and target
fine lines. Equally good is De Mamiel Skin
Recovery Blend, �, a balm that is both
anti-inflammatory (to calm stressed skin)
and full of antioxidants to protect skin
from the environment. Then there?s
Lumene?s Pure Glow Cleansing Balm,
�.90, which will boost skin with
vitamin C while removing make-up.
SWIPE ?N? GO
Soup up your cleansing routine with a
speedy stick; containing 11 skin-nourishing
oils and shea butter, Rodin Olio Lusso
Luxury Face Oil [2], �, can be scribbled
on and washed off, or applied on-the-go to
nourish dry skin or create a dewy highlight
on cheekbones. Alex Steinherr X Primark
Plump & Glow Facial In A Stick [4], �
pairs antioxidants and hyaluronic acid to
remove make-up and plump skin.
13.
MAKE-UP
CREAM OF THE CROP
What?s more satisfying than double-duty
make-up that can be swooshed on to skin
in multiple places? ?To save time, I go for
cream products,? says make-up artist Lynsey
Alexander. ?They layer up nicely so it?s easy
to achieve a gorgeous balmy finish.? RMS
Beauty Lip2Cheek [6], �, can be used
on lips, cheeks and eyelids and sinks
imperceptibly into skin for a radiant finish,
while Lynsey?s go-to MAC Paint Pot in
Groundwork [10], �.50, is a universal
taupe that works just as well as a ?wash
of colour on the eyes? as it does below
cheekbones to sculpt the face. Find your
most flattering tones by looking for colours
that occur naturally in your skin tone.
A creamy consistency is also ideal for
foundation, just don?t fall into the time
trap of applying it everywhere. ?The key
areas to cover are under the eyes, around
the nose and on any blemishes,? says Lynsey.
By opting for pinpointed touch-ups rather
than a full-on mask, your natural glow will
shine through. Try BECCA?s Skin Love
Weightless Blur foundation [5], �, or
IT Cosmetics CC+ Cream Illumination,
�, both of which come with fuss-free
pump dispensers. Alternatively, if you?re
naturally blessed in the skin department,
a concealer is all you need. We love Sisley?s
speedy click-and-go Stylo Lumiere [9],
� 50 hi h
l d brightens.
5.
THE NO-GO ZONE
The one time-saver to avoid? ?Wipes
just move whatever is sitting on the fac
around and can cause further irritation
on the skin,? advises Dr Zamani. The la
girl?s answer? Face Halo Makeup Remo
Pad [1], � a microfibre cloth that
only requires water to magic every
last trace of make-up off your face.
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we - efine row ma es a t e i erence
but is notoriously tricky in a hurry.
Monthly maintenance with threading
and tinting means there?s less work to
be done day to day (Blink Brow Bar
are nationwide and uniformly good,
from �). For those who like to DIY,
Maybelline?s Tattoo Brow [8], �.99,
will tint brows for up to three days,
while for every day, Benefit?s Brow
Contour Pro [7], �.50, houses four
different nibs ? from highlighter to definer
? to craft the perfect arch in record time.
?Try tinting your eyelashes, too,? says
Lynsey. ?It makes them appear fuller and
thicker so you won?t need to apply
mascara.? Or for real devotees, lash
extensions last up to four weeks.
HAIR
G R E AT H A I R D AY S
Blow-drying is one of the most timeconsuming elements of any beauty routine
and hair brands are wisely seeking ways
around it. Take Sisley?s new Straightening
Shampoo [11], �, which uses moringa
oil to smooth flyaways and frizz even before
you?ve dried. Then there?s Aveda?s Blow Dry
Accelerator [13], �, which contains
lactic acid to seal the hair cuticle and
subsequently create increased air flow
around each strand for a speedier result.
As for the swiftest of hair refreshers,
Klorane Dry Shampoo with Nettle, �
and Living Proof Perfect Hair Day [14],
�, are two of the very best.
Finally, if you want to call in the big
guns, the Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer,
�9.99, has been shown to cut blowdrying time in half, thanks to a motor that
delivers three times the air flow as your
average hairdryer. Pair with Tangle Teezer?s
Wet Brush, �[12], for a speedy detangle.
Considering we spend over four days a
year styling our strands, we?d say that?s
a worthwhile investment.
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Over the last year I?ve started to take my
skincare regime more seriously and will
pretty much experiment with anything to
get the best possible skin. Exfoliators, oils,
facial peels, LED lights, ingredients from
my kitchen cupboard ? I?ve tried them all.
But there is one product I?ve remained
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Anyone who uses it will tell you it has
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THINK YOU?VE NEVER heard of ARGIRELINE�
Take a look at the bottles on your dressing table or in your
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wonder ingredient (aka acetyl hexapeptide-8). It?s one
of the cosmetic industry?s best-kept secrets ? until now!
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Petra, Jordan
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region, don?t dismiss Jordan as
a viable travel option. One of the
attractions is the Rose City of Petra,
which is not just a UNESCO World
Heritage Site, but also one of the
New Seven Wonders Of The World.
The Treasury or Al Khazna is the
emblematic fa鏰de of this famous
archaeological site, standing almost
40 meters high and intricately
decorated with Corinthian
capitals, friezes and figures.
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