With Christmas on its way (the John Lewis advert is finally out! Squeal!) and things a-changing in the celebrity realm, this week’s Grazia is definitely not one to miss. Our biggest shock was the loss of the beloved ‘Rachel’ haircut: we reveal why Jen really decided to go for the crop. We also look at the new surgery trend sweeping the population: ditch the pillow face ladies, this one’s about smooth skin and subtle, sculpted lines a la Kate Moss. It was also the week that Hollywood A-listers, Brangelina, were said to be in crisis – let’s hope not – we’re all holding out for the long-awaited wedding!
Brangelina may be in troubled times, but our favourite silver fox, George Clooney, is said to have ditched the actresses and models in favour of London’s hottest barrister, Amal Alamuddin. Could it be true…? Does this mean we’re in with a chance? We also dish the latest on Demi and Ashton’s divorce proceedings, with news that Demi is off on a three-day divorce cleanse with none other than the Dalai Lama. Kim and Cheryl become best pals, and we ask if men really prefer ‘mean’ girls.
Check out our feature on Nicola Formichetti, the man (and the legend) behind Lady Gaga’s crazy style choices, and see him in his new role as artistic director at Diesel. If that’s not enough, we also exclusively reveal the latest Marks & Spencer collection with ways to wear our top five must-haves. Also inside is Damien Hirst’s unique collection of Alexander McQueen scarves, celebrating ten years of the iconic skull favourite. We want one please!
We also feature the brave Iranian women who risk their freedom to expose their fringes. These amazing women represent an incredible independent spirit by refusing to conform to rules imposed by the country’s ‘fashion police’.
And finally, we couldn’t help but adore Chanel’s fabulous new advert, featuring a sultry audio recording of style, beauty and all-round glamour icon Marilyn Monroe, discussing her infamous nightwear: Chanel No. 5. Fashion jury is out on the likes of Alexa Chung and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, and thankfully none of them have sold out to the strange new ski-style fake tan trend, like Kim Kardashian.
All of this and we spoil you with 88 party outfits to get your festive season started with a sparkle, plus 30 per cent off at Gap! We know, we know, it's almost too good to be true.