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O, The Oprah Magazine

Sep 01 2019
Magazine

The Oprah Magazine encourages the reader to embrace her life, with the goal of becoming more of who she really is. It covers 360 degrees of a woman’s life, from fashion and beauty, to relationships, food, home design, books, health and fitness, work and finance, technology, self-discovery and caring for others.

O, The Oprah Magazine

YOU’VE GOT A FRIEND IN ME • Five of the talents behind this issue discuss what it means to be a true pal.

Q What’s the nicest thing your BFF ever did for you?

Your take • on topics we’re covering this month.

here we go!

LIVE YOUR best life

The High Five • A WHOLE HANDFUL OF THINGS TO CHEER ABOUT THIS MONTH!

Make/Believe • One artist is sewing the seeds for a new kind of quilt.

Change Your World • For Jason Ward, hope was a thing with feathers.

FLIGHT INFORMATION • Ward’s wisdom for curious birders.

PAWS & REFLECT • A pack of rescue dogs is saving the environment one sniff at a time.

My Best Life

THE WORLD ACCORDING TO Gayle

the O list

O’s Fall FASHION LOOK BOOK • Greet the chill in the air with a wardrobe update. Whether you want fresh takes on the classics, a little more color in your life, or prints with panache, O creative director Adam Glassman has rounded up the standout trends of the season.

UPTOWN Girl • Seventies-inspired classics—tailored blazers, pussy-bow blouses, plaid skirts, chain-link prints—have everyday ease but are still sophisticated.

FREE-Spirited • The eclectic, worldly bohemian aesthetic has been given a high-end upgrade with rich fabrics, patterns, and tones.

NEW School • Preppy is suddenly way more interesting. Unexpected twists (a trench backed with tweed, a two-toned cardi) paired with traditional styles (a plaid dress, a collegiate blazer) make for a modern mash-up.

Bag It • Fall’s fashionable forecast isn’t complete without the latest in carryalls.

Punked Out • The leather-loving, combat-boot-wearing, spiky material-girl vibe of the ’80s is all grown up.

MAKE IT MONOCHROMATIC • Keeping your outfit in the same color family is simple, slimming, and superchic. (Want to really commit? Coordinate your phone accessories, too.)

DEFT Leopard • Indulge your animal instinct with the print of the season. You can try a full-on spotted ensemble in a neutral black tone, or pick one striking piece and ground it with something solid.

THE A-LIST • Some of Adam’s favorite finds to keep you looking fabulous this fall.

ADAM’S home STYLE SHEET • Get a little wild with these fashionably fierce finds.

HOLD THE PHONE

DECADENT • You can roar into fall flamboyantly with vanity essentials that evoke the 1920s. From fragrances to hairpins, here’s how to add something indulgent to your day-to-day.

Getting a Job Shouldn’t Mean Changing Your Hair • Introducing the CROWN Coalition: Your hair should be as diverse as the workforce.

Afro-mations! • Since the ‘60s, the Afro has been a symbol of power, purpose, and pride. Now, with the resurgence of the natural hair movement, the look is taking center stage again. Four women sporting fabulous ’fros share the deeply personal ways their iconic hairstyle continues to send a message.

Getting to the Root of It with Dove DermaCare • Healthy hair starts at the scalp.

Reese Witherspoon • The actor and face of Elizabeth Arden shares the treatment she and her friends love, the message she wants to send to young women, and her favorite skincare tip.

Brief Summary of Important Patient Information about DUPIXENT® (dupilumab) Rx Only

“I WAS AGAINST VACCINES… • but not anymore.” Three women talk about how they came to see lifesaving immunizations in a new...


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Frequency: One time Pages: 126 Publisher: Hearst Edition: Sep 01 2019

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The Oprah Magazine encourages the reader to embrace her life, with the goal of becoming more of who she really is. It covers 360 degrees of a woman’s life, from fashion and beauty, to relationships, food, home design, books, health and fitness, work and finance, technology, self-discovery and caring for others.

O, The Oprah Magazine

YOU’VE GOT A FRIEND IN ME • Five of the talents behind this issue discuss what it means to be a true pal.

Q What’s the nicest thing your BFF ever did for you?

Your take • on topics we’re covering this month.

here we go!

LIVE YOUR best life

The High Five • A WHOLE HANDFUL OF THINGS TO CHEER ABOUT THIS MONTH!

Make/Believe • One artist is sewing the seeds for a new kind of quilt.

Change Your World • For Jason Ward, hope was a thing with feathers.

FLIGHT INFORMATION • Ward’s wisdom for curious birders.

PAWS & REFLECT • A pack of rescue dogs is saving the environment one sniff at a time.

My Best Life

THE WORLD ACCORDING TO Gayle

the O list

O’s Fall FASHION LOOK BOOK • Greet the chill in the air with a wardrobe update. Whether you want fresh takes on the classics, a little more color in your life, or prints with panache, O creative director Adam Glassman has rounded up the standout trends of the season.

UPTOWN Girl • Seventies-inspired classics—tailored blazers, pussy-bow blouses, plaid skirts, chain-link prints—have everyday ease but are still sophisticated.

FREE-Spirited • The eclectic, worldly bohemian aesthetic has been given a high-end upgrade with rich fabrics, patterns, and tones.

NEW School • Preppy is suddenly way more interesting. Unexpected twists (a trench backed with tweed, a two-toned cardi) paired with traditional styles (a plaid dress, a collegiate blazer) make for a modern mash-up.

Bag It • Fall’s fashionable forecast isn’t complete without the latest in carryalls.

Punked Out • The leather-loving, combat-boot-wearing, spiky material-girl vibe of the ’80s is all grown up.

MAKE IT MONOCHROMATIC • Keeping your outfit in the same color family is simple, slimming, and superchic. (Want to really commit? Coordinate your phone accessories, too.)

DEFT Leopard • Indulge your animal instinct with the print of the season. You can try a full-on spotted ensemble in a neutral black tone, or pick one striking piece and ground it with something solid.

THE A-LIST • Some of Adam’s favorite finds to keep you looking fabulous this fall.

ADAM’S home STYLE SHEET • Get a little wild with these fashionably fierce finds.

HOLD THE PHONE

DECADENT • You can roar into fall flamboyantly with vanity essentials that evoke the 1920s. From fragrances to hairpins, here’s how to add something indulgent to your day-to-day.

Getting a Job Shouldn’t Mean Changing Your Hair • Introducing the CROWN Coalition: Your hair should be as diverse as the workforce.

Afro-mations! • Since the ‘60s, the Afro has been a symbol of power, purpose, and pride. Now, with the resurgence of the natural hair movement, the look is taking center stage again. Four women sporting fabulous ’fros share the deeply personal ways their iconic hairstyle continues to send a message.

Getting to the Root of It with Dove DermaCare • Healthy hair starts at the scalp.

Reese Witherspoon • The actor and face of Elizabeth Arden shares the treatment she and her friends love, the message she wants to send to young women, and her favorite skincare tip.

Brief Summary of Important Patient Information about DUPIXENT® (dupilumab) Rx Only

“I WAS AGAINST VACCINES… • but not anymore.” Three women talk about how they came to see lifesaving immunizations in a new...


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