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The Gentlewoman

Number 17 (S/S 18)

Number 17 (S/S 18)

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This seventeenth edition of The Gentlewoman corrals a cavalcade of beloved heroines and fearless females in its 336 pages with Hollywood's towering talent Allison Janney leading the pack as cover star, photographed by Colin Dodgson. Allison was profiled by Ann Friedman at the height of the awards glamour and glory that has rewarded her stellar turn in the film I, Tonya. Also featured are the new-media mogul Tavi Gevinson, crime novelist Val McDermid, the artist Anthea Hamilton, legendary designer Katharine Hamnett, eminent Iranian filmmaker Shirin Neshat and the eternally cool Kim Deal – right on! As ever, summer fashions are presented lovingly for your visual delectation, along with a photographic portfolio with six sets of sisters, an oral history of iconic 1980s TV show Cagney & Lacey and thoughtful expositions by the writers Vanessa Grigoriadis, Susan Irvine and Lauren Collins. So, come on in!