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Scorpio 24 OCTOBER – 22 NOVEMBER

After an extraordin­ary 12 months of living life out loud, you’re at the height of your power and popularity this month, yet the more you backtrack, the more others may pull away, too. Start sifting through all you’ve experience­d since last October, so your new-found inner Zen can continue to enrich your existence.

STYLE ICON: Kendall Jenner

Aquarius 21 JANUARY – 18 FEBRUARY

If your world has felt weighed down with too much work, now’s the month to open up to new influences. The key is to keep things in balance. Step back from a complex career relationsh­ip too. A getaway to get perspectiv­e will benefit not only your mind and body but, ultimately, your bank balance.

STYLE ICON: Emma Roberts

Taurus 21 APRIL – 21 MAY

You’ve been so full of surprising and contradict­ory moods and emotions lately it’s been exhausting for yourself as well as for those close to you. Work hard, but reconsider what you do and who with. Take time to replenish and get ready to relaunch yourself, your relationsh­ips and your ambitions next month.

STYLE ICON: Penélope Cruz

Leo 23 JULY – 23 AUGUST

An unusually crazy time at work could reach a peak, allowing you to have some much-needed rest and relaxation. Business or personal partners seem to be particular­ly on your case, so look into selfimprov­ement while you’re winding down to avoid being wound up again all too soon.

STYLE ICON: Jennifer Lawrence

Sagittariu­s 23 NOVEMBER – 21 DECEMBER

Anything you want to do is better done with two now. Friendship­s and ambitions connect to really make things happen. If work or health has been erratic, a more emotional link to your job could be the perfect remedy. You might need to dig deep for support, but from next month you can have it all.

STYLE ICON: Emily Browning

Pisces 19 FEBRUARY – 20 MARCH

Attempts to make others see sense or hear your point of view could prove frustratin­g. Don’t get mad, however tempting: aim to stay flexible for a win-win outcome that keeps everyone happy. Signs of progress could emerge by next month with your career or a romantic or artistic endeavour.

STYLE ICON: Emily Blunt

Gemini 22 MAY – 21 JUNE

Relying on intuition or luck will get you so far, but doing your research will take you all the way to your desired destinatio­n this month. Whether it’s a fitness goal, a career aim or a romance, you’ll see that two minds are better than one. Financiall­y, taking things slowly is more effective now than going to extremes.

STYLE ICON: Natalie Portman


You’re a Zen master at finessing your budget this month. The pleasure of structurin­g and simplifyin­g your life makes you feel whole, so surround yourself with only what you know to be useful or believe to be beautiful. Agossip and media detox could also help to preserve your sanity and streamline your love-life.


Capricorn 22 DECEMBER – 20 JANUARY

Romance could seem strangely less appealing than usual, yet you could find a new surge of interest in platonic and equal partnershi­ps at work, or find that love plus friendship is a more potent and reliable blend than passion. Saying what you mean and meaning what you say might be tricky this month.

STYLE ICON: Kate Middleton

Aries 21 MARCH – 20 APRIL

Close relationsh­ips are a big talking point this month. Passion back-pedals to make way for a crash course in ‘getting to know you first’ with a new romance or ‘getting to know you better’ in an ongoing liaison. A recent move towards unexpected or heavy financial outlays reaches a peak now.

STYLE ICON: Claire Foy

Cancer 22 JUNE – 22 JULY

A chance for more peace, harmony and understand­ing could enter your life, if you let it. Erratic friends and materialis­tic ambitions can take a temporary hike, because home is where it’s at for you. Taking a step back from intense passion now will make love all the more rewarding next month.

STYLE ICON: Margot Robbie


Like the iconic image of Venus rising up from the waves, you may feel renewed and reborn. Letting go of a need to spend for comfort will set you free, as you realise that what you want and what you need aren’t necessaril­y the same thing. The times are changing, and so are you and your values.

STYLE ICON: Felicity Jones

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