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Just before the age of 80: Martha Stewart at her peak - Walla! Fashion

2021-02-24T09:43:39.760Z

The priestess of home design was photographed for a fashion production by Harper's Bazaar magazine and sat down for an interview that is a kind of tribute to a life enterprise. Impressive surprises were recorded in the styling segment



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Just Before Age 80: Martha Stewart at her peak

The priestess of home design was photographed for a fashion production by Harper's Bazaar magazine and sat down for an interview that is a kind of tribute to a life enterprise.

In the styling segment, there were impressive surprises such as a glam dress, a small black mini and a winning casual outfit.

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Wednesday, February 24, 2021, 11:40

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"Martha Stewart is the real influencer," read the headline in an article in Harper's American Bazaar magazine.

Indeed, there is no denying that Stuart, the home design guru and home-styling priestess, is an icon, and the fact that she will be celebrating her 80th year only makes this article almost a tribute to a lifetime achievement.

In a fascinating interview with the magazine, she may be summarizing her work - which is certainly important, but it took us a while to move on to the text after the surprising fashion production that joined the article.

Samira Nasser, the magazine's editor, is also the one who believed in the styling and chose for Stuart a wide range of looks - from the ultimate glam, through sexy at the highest levels to masculine and mega-trendy oversize.

To be sure, the results are impressive.

"Who said women fade after age 40?", Nasser wrote on her Instagram alongside the production.

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Five locks were selected for Stuart's fashion production.

The look in the "Glam" category includes a pink cape dress made of a large and sheer fabric by Giambattista Valli, a classic and glamorous look in the atmosphere of the red carpets that we miss so much.

Attached to the dress was an extra-large pendant necklace, also by Giambattista.



The second look in the production includes a Gucci purple-red floral black dress with Manolo Blahnik high heels.

A slightly more conservative dress in her style, but still flattering and correct.

The third dress creates a particularly boiling look as Stuart wears a particularly successful black mini dress by Belmain with a square neckline, bold shoulders and large buttons throughout.

To the dress she added Caledonian tights, Cartier earrings and lobotine black heels.

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And from the dresses - move to the vocal street style.

And here's the look you'll want to adopt, no matter how many girls you give: Stuart was photographed in jeans in a wide straight Lewis cut, with a gray oversized Fear of God jacket and under a white T-shirt.

For a bit of luxury she wore a Cartier watch and earrings, wore Todd's classic loafers and wore a hat in a trendy American Trench act, which in some photos is also photographed with her on her head.

The interesting twist to the block is Jewelmer's golden pearl necklace, which proves to us that sometimes it's the little accessories that make the difference.

The latest outfit chosen for Stuart for production is a gray Fear of God suit that exudes unmistakable feminine power.

Contrary to expectations, this time Convert's Stuart sneakers, instead of seemingly requested high heels and turned the style from a dignified and formal replacement, into an excellent everyday look.

Camel Harris thanks you.

We all want to embrace.

Martha Stewart to Harper's Bazaar (Photo: Official Website, Harper's Bazaar)

In the article itself that joined the dripping style production she talked mostly about her career, including her great regret related to her time in prison.

In 2004, she was sentenced to five months in prison between false reports and US authorities that led to economic gains from the sale of shares. What I can talk about is that I was not the host of 'Saturday Night Live'.

My probation officer is not possible and it really annoyed me because I really wanted to be the facilitator of the program.

I really wanted it in my resume. "She closes the article with a message for life:" Take life in your own hands.

Do not let other people direct you.

Know what you want.

I really believe in that. "

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