Harper’s Bazaar (Malaysia) - - Welcome -

This sea­son is all about the amal­ga­ma­tion be­tween worlds in the glossy pages of the Au­tumn/Win­ter ’ 15 edit – ro­man­tic fab­rics and colours with struc­tured lines (page 96), loud colours fused into Au­tumn/Win­ter reg­u­lars (page 91), and tough moods co­in­cid­ing with el­e­gant nos­tal­gia (page 121). Fash­ion week is not re­served for the elite only any­more. With run­way re­ports for both fash­ion (page 129) and beauty (page 168), a taste of the ‘New York State Of Mind’ (page 152) in bliz­zard's blow­ing snow, and the nitty-gritty ‘Fash­ion Week By The Num­bers’ (page 156), you can ex­pe­ri­ence the same ex­cite­ment and won­der to which fash­ion week at­ten­dees across the globe have been en­ti­tled. Borne of Carine Roit­feld and JeanPaul Goude's in­ge­nu­ity is BAZAAR's cover spread, ‘Icons’ (page 284), unit­ing to­day's dom­i­neer­ing icons with en­dear­ing his­tor­i­cal le­gends, prov­ing that true tal­ents tran­scend time and cul­tures. On that note, Alexan­der Vree­land speaks of his grand­mother in an ad­mirable fash­ion in ‘ Diana Vree­land’ (page 338). Join­ing the ranks of beau­ti­ful, in­flu­en­tial women is Tod's own cre­ative di­rec­tor. Revel in the busy de­tails of her life in ‘Alessan­dra Facchinetti In 24 Hours’ (page 222). If any­one should be di­vulging in­for­ma­tion, in­deed it would be her.

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