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Elle USA 11.2021

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Trending GREEN GODDESS After the success of last winter’s 60% Mother capsule, Mother 2Fall MU R P HY: ZO EY G RO SS M AN / CO U RT ESY O F MOT H ER X CARO LYN MU R P HY; Whether you want to steal REMAINING IMAGES: COURTESY OF THE DESIGNER. Lady Gaga’s beauty look ready-to-wear and accessories, inspired in part by songs that name-check Gucci. Among the standouts: two prints that appear or rock a music-inspiredGucci throughout, influenced by “You Got Good Taste” by the Cramps and collection, there’s plenty to “The R” by Eric B. & Rakim; and a luggage set covered in the house’s traditional monogram, used for leather goods early in its history. get excited about this season. Large rigid GG Centennial suitcase, $8,700, small 14 rigid GG Centennial suitcase, $7,500, Gucci,

4 LEND ME YOUR EARS Thanks to their bold colorways, THAT’S LADY GAGA: GOTHAM/GC/GETTY IMAGES; REMAINING IMAGES: COURTESY OF THE DESIGNERS AND BRANDS. AMORE “I’m just an Italian girl from New York,” singer, songwriter, actress, and beauty entrepreneur Lady Gaga has famously said in numerous interviews, including this month’s exclusive chat with ELLE about Haus Laboratories’ newest drop, the 16-piece Casa Gaga Italian Glam beauty collection. “My approach [has been] influenced by my heritage, by my mother, my grandmothers, and the way they did their makeup,” she says. “I wanted to give everybody a feeling of what it was like for me to grow up with Italian glamour in my household.” Other Italian women who inspired the new launch: jewelry designer Elsa Peretti, actress Sophia Loren, and socialite Patrizia Reggiani, whom Gaga portrays in the upcoming film House of Gucci. Gaga wore the Casa Gaga products while filming in Italy last spring, so she can attest to them being “stage-, screen-, and life-proof.” Haus Laboratories Casa Gaga Italian Glam Collection, starts at $20, 18

NO.431 November Volume XXXVII Number 3 BROOCHES, TIFFANY & 14 TRENDING CO. SCHLUMBERGER, TIFFANY.COM 26 THE FEED 32 EDITOR’S LETTER ANNA BU KLIEWER 35 NINA’S EDIT: HOORAY FOR HOLLYWOOD 36 NEW ARRIVALS The ultimate bag, shoe, and watch to ring in the season. Front Row 41 SOME LIKE IT HAUTE Véronique Hyland looks at this year’s couture collections, which were filled with new names and bold new ideas. 44 THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX Louis Vuitton marks 200 years in business with some very artistic re-creations of its classic steamer trunk. By Naomi Rougeau 48 GLAMOUR, IRL In a changed world, red- carpet fashion knows no bounds. By Nick Remsen Accessories 53 FINE ART Classic works of art and scenes from nature provide the ideal backdrop for stunning high jewelry. Shop 62 PEAK PERFORMANCE When it comes to skiwear, function and form are a perfect match. Beauty 67 MATCH MAKER Winged eyeliner took flight on Valentino’s Couture runway. 68 IT LIST: CHEER LEADERS ELLE editors share their holiday picks. 72 NEED A LIFT? Margaux Anbouba investigates whether a new, minimally invasive procedure can rival the results of an actual facelift. 74 I’LL HAVE WHAT SHE’S HAVING The cosmetic chemists behind some of the world’s biggest beauty brands reveal the skin care products they use at home. By Janell M. Hickman-Kirby 22

NO.431 November Volume XXXVII Number 3 LEFT: DRESS, RALPH LAUREN 82 WE NEED TO TALK Perspectives violence, the family 136 YOUNG G R EG W I LLI AM S; FO R DETAI LS, S EE S HO P PI N G G U ID E. COLLECTION, $2,490. RIGHT: ABOUT PERIMENOPAUSE of Natasha Aposhian HOLLYWOOD SCARF (WORN AS TOP), $395, 88 ON SELLING mourns her murder. SKIRT, $1,490, RALPH LAUREN Alyssa Schwartz reflects THE FARM By Molly Langmuir The emerging talents COLLECTION. on the transition no one behind the most is talking about—and few In an excerpt from Fashion exciting film and 76 BEAUTY GENIUS: women feel prepared for. her book of essays, Netflix projects this JENNA PERRY author Susan Orlean 97 WOMEN IN season. Photographed Living explores the mark her HOLLYWOOD by Greg Williams. New York’s queen of upstate New York farm Styled by Ryan Young cool-girl hair divulges her 84 HAVE A SEAT left on her heart. Angelina Jolie, Gemma top tips to Katie Becker Chan, Lauren Ridloff, 148 SHOPPING GUIDE and Margaux Anbouba. Some of the most 92 THE BILLION-DOLLAR Salma Hayek, Jodie visionary names in design QUESTION: WHY CAN’T Comer, Halle Berry, 148 THE COVER LOOKS 78 DISAPPEARING INK reimagine Christian Dior’s THE MILITARY FIX ITS Gal Gadot, Rita iconic Medallion chair. VIOLENCE AGAINST Moreno, and Jennifer 150 HOROSCOPE What does it mean By Naomi Rougeau WOMEN PROBLEM? Hudson star in to get a tattoo that ELLE’s annual tribute will be gone within 86 THE HILLS ARE ALIVE As Congress considers to the most singular 15 months? Jennifer a new policy designed figures onscreen. G. Sullivan reports Debi Mazar has found an to protect women idyllic new life in Tuscany. in the military from By Naomi Rougeau 24

The Feed @PRABALGURUNG @CELINE @CHRISTIESINC PR A BA L G U RU N G M O DEL: C O U RT ESY O F T HE DES IG N ER ; N ELI A BAR LE T TA D E CAT E S’ S APARTME NT: C HRISTIE ’ S IMAGE S LTD; CAROLINA H E RRE RA MODE L: PH OTOGRAPHE D BY E LIZAVETA P ORODIN A; M A RKA RIA N M ODEL: PH OTO G R AP HE D BY O R I AN A L AY EN DEC KER ; C ELI N E LI G HT E R CASE , M AN O LO BL AHN IK S H OE S, VIC TORIA BE C KH AM E YE S H ADOW, W OLK MORAIS BAC KGROUND, AND H E RMÈ S TRAY: COU RTESY OF THE BRA N DS. @MANOLOBLAHNIK @CAROLINAHERRERA @VICTORIABECKHAMBEAUTY @WOLKMORAIS @HERMES @MARKARIAN_NYC GILT TRIP Thehighdramaofthe’80sisback. Choose your accessories wisely. It’s hard to believe 40 years have passed since Carolina Herrera launched her namesake brand at New York’s Metropolitan Club. For fall, creative director Wes Gordon provided a fitting tribute to the house’s roots, piling on the sequins and princess sleeves. Also channeling the decade’s OTT energy were Prabal Gurung, Markarian, and NYFW newcomer Wolk Morais, with gala-ready jewel-tone satin numbers and glam sets that seemed practically made for Tom Wolfe’s The Bonfire of the Vanities socialites. Bring the look home with a bold red-and-gold vide poche from Hermès (perfect for receiving gilt-edged invitations); Celine’s gleaming brass lighter cover; or some well-placed, weighty candlesticks, à la Nelia Barletta de Cates’s former Paris apartment, top right. A few more finishing touches: Victoria Beckham Beauty’s glittery blue eye shadow, and diamanté-covered mules from Carolyne Roehm’s go-to designer Manolo Blahnik (one of his best-selling slingbacks bears the name of the icon of ’80s excess).—NAOMI ROUGEAU 26

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Editor’s Letter TOP ROW, FROM LEFT: LAUREN RIDLOFF, GEMMA CHAN, AND GAL GADOT; CENTER ROW: SALMA HAYEK, RITA MORENO, AND HALLE BERRY; BOTTOM ROW: ANGELINA JOLIE, JODIE COMER, AND JENNIFER HUDSON. Screen Gems Female power drives Marvel’s hotly G R EG W I LLI AM S; FO R DETAI LS, S EE S HO P PI N G G U ID E. anticipated Eternals, starring Angelina he nine actresses gracing our Women in Jolie, Salma Hayek, Gemma Chan, Hollywood covers this month are remaking and Lauren Ridloff, and directed by Chloé Zhao, fresh off her Oscar win for T entertainment in their own image—in some Nomadland. On a typical Hollywood set, cases, quite literally. When Halle Berry was “You come with all you are as a wom- sent a script, titled Bruised and centering on an and then the environment you walk a twentysomething white MMA fighter, she into kind of shuts you down,” Jolie tells tells writer Alexis Okeowo, “[I made] my pitch for how I could Associate Editor Adrienne Gaffney. “And reimagine it for someone like me.” Berry’s anecdote is a testa- we just didn’t get shut down on this one.... ment to the way women of color still have to fight for onscreen A lot of times as an actress, you’re that representation in an industry that doesn’t make room for their individual strong woman, or you have stories. But it’s also a victory: Thanks to that pitch, Berry isn’t one sister; you don’t often have this just starring in the film—she’s directing it. family.” Together, the cast is helping re- Rita Moreno, the pathbreaking Latina star, has also spent define what a superhero can look like. her career pushing back against stereotypical characters, and When Hayek learned about her part, she now, at age 89, what she calls “doting-grandmother typecasting.” was in disbelief: “Me, Mexican, Middle With substantial parts in Steven Spielberg’s version of West Side my fifties? I’m going to be a Story (for which she’s also an executive producer) and the dark superhero in a Marvel movie?” comedy The Prank, Moreno is, as Isabel González Whitaker finds, nowhere near slowing down. Hollywood’s future is also in evidence in our portfolio on page 136, showcasing emerging actresses like Demi Singleton and Saniyya Sidney, who play Serena and Venus Williams in King Richard; and Simone Ashley, Bridgerton’s Season 2 se- cret weapon. With award shows back in full force, red-carpet fashion is as well. Nick Remsen finds that a year-plus of virtual appearances meant that stars and their stylists got more comfortable tak- ing fashion risks, a state of affairs that’s now leading to envelope-pushing IRL style. On page 48, he talks to some of the best in the business about the return of statement fashion. And speaking of state- ments, our overview of one of the stron- gest couture seasons yet—from archival homages at Balenciaga and Schiaparelli to up-and-comers like Miss Sohee and Charles de Vilmorin—is on page 41. Two conversation-starting fea- tures anchor this month’s issue. Alyssa Schwartz writes about her experience with perimenopause, one of the most under-discussed topics in women’s health, and why it’s so crucial that we talk about it openly. And Molly Langmuir delivers a meticulously reported feature on the military’s intimate-partner-violence problem, exemplified by the story of Airman Natasha Aposhian, who was murdered by a fellow airman just two weeks into their relationship. Aposhian’s compelling tale has become part of a broader reckoning, as Congress now contemplates enacting policy to protect women in the military—a decision that has the potential to save lives. @NINAGARCIA NINAGARCIA @NINAGARCIAOFFICIAL 32



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