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Harper's Bazaar

Feb 01 2021
Magazine

Every issue of Harper's Bazaar speaks to the varied interests of the discerning contemporary woman who seeks the best for her home, career and lifestyle.

EDITOR’S LETTER

FEBRUARY • What to watch, see, do, and enjoy to get your culture fix

CONTRIBUTORS • On the communities they’re appreciative to be part of

KING PRINCESS • For this issue’s music director, it’s all about bringing people together

Harper's Bazaar

THE BUY

JOY-SPARKING EXCLUSIVES • We know the importance of getting the most out of your wardrobe, so we collaborated with our favorite brands to create a collection of exclusives that take versatility to the next level.

THE GOOD BUY COMME DES GARÇONS AOYAMA BAG • Amy Sedaris on her decade-long love affair with the carryall

VESTED INTEREST • Channel the ’80s with a classic knit layering piece in playful patterns or rich textures. Wear with a collared shirt and high-waisted trousers for extra retro charm.

THE TRENCH • How the utilitarian outerwear staple became one of the most enduring emblems of chic

DREAM WEAVER • The basket bag gets a luxe makeover with a chain strap, logo hardware, and leather accents for seasonless appeal

SHOPPING LIST • Transitional tailoring, fanciful slip-ons, and cheery pops of red make a perfect right-now uniform

FRESH CROP • Consume consciously with one of Coach’s new vegetable-tanned leather bags. Dyed with natural ingredients including carrot, turmeric root, and red fruits, it’s executive creative director Stuart Vevers’s update on the brand’s signature Cashin Carry top-handle style, introduced in 1969 by its first lead designer, Bonnie Cashin.

QUILTING CIRCLE • What’s old is new again: Patchwork separates assembled from deadstock and vintage fabrics reduce waste and are totally one of a kind

PRO SHOP ON POINTE

PORTRAIT MODE PIN-UP • A plain white button-down takes on new life with gold buttons, whimsical brooches, or a chain collar

JEWELRY NEWS • The season’s most covetable treasures arrive, along with a glittering new exhibition

GLAM ROCK • Featuring faces made from brilliant gemstones, Dior’s new range of watches is a natural wonder

ALWAYS, NOW & FOREVER CLASSICS • Many of Cartier’s most famous designs were born out of key historical moments and captured the energy of a changing world. But the most enduring ones transcend time.

MAYA RUDOLPH & NATASHA LYONNE IN CONVERSATION • The actors, producers, business partners, and close friends on the power of creating by community

THE QUEER COMFORTS OF COMMUNITY • For John Paul Brammer, the notion of community often felt like a label he didn’t choose—until a year like no other forced him to redefine what the word could mean

THE GREAT ESCAPE • For novelist C Pam Zhang, the fictional universes of peak TV—and their devoted fandoms—became a place of connection in a time of real-life isolation and division

ENTER THE ERA OF (EASY) ELEGANCE • The WFH period opened the floodgates to billowy, elastic dressing. Now designers are offering ways to elevate your look without leaving your comfort zone.

LADY DAY • As Billie Holiday in a new film about the jazz legend, singer Andra Day steps into a different kind of spotlight

POETIC JUSTICE

GEOMETRY CLASS

FARM FRESH

DREAM BIG

TRUE BLUES

FEMALE GAZE

BOOKS IN THE MIX • From a gripping memoir to a Native American folklore–inspired novel, this month’s new releases serve as windows into a multitude of worlds.

BUY NOW

HEALTHIEST HAIR EVER • For the 2021 Harper’s Bazaar Hair Awards, we collaborated with the experts in styling, color, and care to discover the top products...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 148 Publisher: Hearst Edition: Feb 01 2021

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: January 27, 2021

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OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Fashion

Languages

English

Every issue of Harper's Bazaar speaks to the varied interests of the discerning contemporary woman who seeks the best for her home, career and lifestyle.

EDITOR’S LETTER

FEBRUARY • What to watch, see, do, and enjoy to get your culture fix

CONTRIBUTORS • On the communities they’re appreciative to be part of

KING PRINCESS • For this issue’s music director, it’s all about bringing people together

Harper's Bazaar

THE BUY

JOY-SPARKING EXCLUSIVES • We know the importance of getting the most out of your wardrobe, so we collaborated with our favorite brands to create a collection of exclusives that take versatility to the next level.

THE GOOD BUY COMME DES GARÇONS AOYAMA BAG • Amy Sedaris on her decade-long love affair with the carryall

VESTED INTEREST • Channel the ’80s with a classic knit layering piece in playful patterns or rich textures. Wear with a collared shirt and high-waisted trousers for extra retro charm.

THE TRENCH • How the utilitarian outerwear staple became one of the most enduring emblems of chic

DREAM WEAVER • The basket bag gets a luxe makeover with a chain strap, logo hardware, and leather accents for seasonless appeal

SHOPPING LIST • Transitional tailoring, fanciful slip-ons, and cheery pops of red make a perfect right-now uniform

FRESH CROP • Consume consciously with one of Coach’s new vegetable-tanned leather bags. Dyed with natural ingredients including carrot, turmeric root, and red fruits, it’s executive creative director Stuart Vevers’s update on the brand’s signature Cashin Carry top-handle style, introduced in 1969 by its first lead designer, Bonnie Cashin.

QUILTING CIRCLE • What’s old is new again: Patchwork separates assembled from deadstock and vintage fabrics reduce waste and are totally one of a kind

PRO SHOP ON POINTE

PORTRAIT MODE PIN-UP • A plain white button-down takes on new life with gold buttons, whimsical brooches, or a chain collar

JEWELRY NEWS • The season’s most covetable treasures arrive, along with a glittering new exhibition

GLAM ROCK • Featuring faces made from brilliant gemstones, Dior’s new range of watches is a natural wonder

ALWAYS, NOW & FOREVER CLASSICS • Many of Cartier’s most famous designs were born out of key historical moments and captured the energy of a changing world. But the most enduring ones transcend time.

MAYA RUDOLPH & NATASHA LYONNE IN CONVERSATION • The actors, producers, business partners, and close friends on the power of creating by community

THE QUEER COMFORTS OF COMMUNITY • For John Paul Brammer, the notion of community often felt like a label he didn’t choose—until a year like no other forced him to redefine what the word could mean

THE GREAT ESCAPE • For novelist C Pam Zhang, the fictional universes of peak TV—and their devoted fandoms—became a place of connection in a time of real-life isolation and division

ENTER THE ERA OF (EASY) ELEGANCE • The WFH period opened the floodgates to billowy, elastic dressing. Now designers are offering ways to elevate your look without leaving your comfort zone.

LADY DAY • As Billie Holiday in a new film about the jazz legend, singer Andra Day steps into a different kind of spotlight

POETIC JUSTICE

GEOMETRY CLASS

FARM FRESH

DREAM BIG

TRUE BLUES

FEMALE GAZE

BOOKS IN THE MIX • From a gripping memoir to a Native American folklore–inspired novel, this month’s new releases serve as windows into a multitude of worlds.

BUY NOW

HEALTHIEST HAIR EVER • For the 2021 Harper’s Bazaar Hair Awards, we collaborated with the experts in styling, color, and care to discover the top products...


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