magazine ∣ Feb 01 2021 · British Vogue
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No other magazines combine beauty, style, glamour, design, fashion and contemporary culture in such an inspiring mix. VOGUE employs the most talented photographers, stylists, writers and editors to fill the pages each month with new trends, controversial images and challenging ideas
MEET & GREET • Introducing the faces behind this month’s issue
All together NOW • The modern definition of eclecticism? A masterful mix-and-match of pattern, material and texture.
Candy STORE • Go crazy, with a confection-coloured clutch or crossbody bag for keeping everyday essentials
Belts with BENEFITS • Coming in at number one on the fashion accessory wishlist: belt bags. (You’ll never lose your AirPods again)
Take the SHORT CUT • The quickest route to fashion impact? Smart, high-waisted shorts
Cool, calm & COLLECTED • Nothing says complete composure quite like head-to-toe white. Note: just be sure to slip some stain remover into your handbag
Line BREAKS • Slanting, mismatched or misaligned, stripes are the season’s fastest wardrobe update
Soft EMBRACE • The humble cardigan – that staple of the WFH wardrobe – goes large in luxe cashmeres and wools
MAN OF THE HOUSE • Designer Peter Do showcases chic essentialism for a new era.
What’s inside counts • A watch is a miniature mechanical masterpiece. So, asks Rachel Garrahan, why not wear its heart on your sleeve?
PAINT THE TOWN • Celebrating London’s modern renaissance in painting, Katy Hessel surveys a new generation of women artists taking the medium into the future while keeping a knowing eye on its long history
LONG MAY SHE REIGN • After three decades on screen, Oscar winner Regina King is ready for her next act – only this time she’ll be behind the camera. Olivia Marks meets the actor-turned-director who may be about to make Hollywood history
LIFE & STYLE • February gets fabulous, with Julia Sarr-Jamois
SKY-BLUE thinking • Lavender walls, pink sofas, an azure ceiling… Fashion designer Stine Goya’s Copenhagen home continues the exploration of colour that characterises her work, finds Kate Finnigan.
LOVE & LOSS • Kata Wéber’s latest film, Pieces of a Woman, takes a close-up look at a relationship in the wake of a tragedy. Here, the playwright and screenwriter explains how she found her heroine
VOGUE Vigionaries • A BRAND-NEW ONLINE MASTERCLASS SERIES FOR 2021
Net prophet • Stuck WFH, American humorist Patricia Lockwood takes a long, revealing look at herself from the vantage point of her webcam.
Beyond ordinary • Actor Fionn O’Shea on life after Normal People.
HEAD START • Robin Muir looks back at Peter Lindbergh’s photograph of a pre-super Linda Evangelista and a Stephen Jones hat, Vogue February 1988
Another world • If you could go anywhere, where would it be? As new travel possibilities appear on the horizon, five Vogue editors reveal their first ports of call
The GREAT ESCAPE • Mastering the art of quiet indulgence since Georgian times, Lucknam Park remains the perfect choice for guests with a taste for clever and considered luxury
Palace INTRIGUE • An eagerly awaited hotel is opening in the grounds of Château de Versailles. It’s time to live like royalty, says Luke Abrahams
WORKING FROM HOLIDAY • If the novelty of Zoom calls from your kitchen table and a 30-second commute to the sofa has worn off, then it could be time for a change of scenery. Amel Mukhtar investigates the growing trend of working abroad.
Cross COUNTRY • Coast, city or countryside, the British Isles are brimming with new openings on which to set your sights, says Olivia Marks
Paradise FOUND • From...