The Fashion Revolution | Stella McCartney for The EDIT

The latest cover star of The EDIT—Stella McCartney, her lifestyle and career choices have always defied convention, but now that she has full control of her eponymous label, STELLA McCARTNEY is ready to redefine the rules around ethical and sustainable fashion once again. Wearing elevated yet effortless tailoring, the designer and activist talks about the future of sustainable fashion and how to feel empowered through your wardrobe.




This week’s cover star of The EDIT, Lily Aldridge models the ultra-cool updates of the season, wearing designs from Saint Laurent, Givenchy, Chloe, Calvin Klein, to name a few. Photographed by Alexander Saladrigas with styling by Helen Broadfoot.

She’s often described as one of the nicest models in the industry, but LILY ALDRIDGE says she has struggled with everything from social-media trolls to judgmental casting agents and her own self-confidence. NATALIE EVANS-HARDING meets a woman rising above – in more ways than one.

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Dakota Johnson For THE EDIT January 2016

Dakota Johnson stars in the January 2016 cover story of The Edit magazine. Captured by fashion photographer Laurie Bartley with art direction from Gemma Stark. Styling by Tracy Taylor with makeup by Frank B, and hair styling by Harry Josh.

“[Growing up] I was ‘COLORFUL’. I didn’t abide by RULES very well. I was like a wild, FERAL little child”

“[Hollywood] almost feels like a FREE-for-all nowadays. There’s no more MYSTERY, no more ELEGANCE”

“There were THINGS I saw [on film sets] that I didn’t WANT to, like watch my parents have SEX with other people”