24 November 2016 / Harper's Bazaar

Harpers Bazaar in December

  

Harpers Bazaar magazine has released a two-volume December issue to celebrate its 20 years in Russia. The first volume looks at this past year in vibrant color, and the second, in black & white.

In this issue:
Stars on Parade: Studio 54 and the sheen of 90s Parisian discotheques in the hottest party looks;
Freeze Frame: five black & white films that are part of fashion history;
The Herrera Era: Carolina Herrera on the fickleness of fashion and the timelessness of elegance;
Black as White: the history of Dior in two colors;
Its Forever: eternal classics in the Icons and Ralph Lauren collections;
Total Recall: the best parties of the year;
The Chinese Zodiac for 2017: what to expect in the year of the Red Flame Rooster;
Thats Wild: the main hits of the cruise season collections through the eyes of Carine Roitfeld;
The New Creed: fear nothing is the mantra of the season;
Pantone is my Friend: who chooses the colors we will wear next season?
City of Angels: the most fashionable chefs of Moscow and St. Petersburg in the company of top it girls;
The Courageous Five: Svetlana Ustinova, Irina Gorbacheva, and other newsmakers of the last 12 months;
Details: the best New Years gifts in black & white.

The magazine went on sale November 22.

Harpers Bazaar fashion without rules!

Svetlana Evstigneeva – Harpers Bazaar marketing director
Site: www.bazaar.ru  
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