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Harper's Bazaar Reveals The Best Of British — See Who Made The Cut

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    It may not be St. George's Day, but Harper's Bazaar is getting in a patriotic spirit anyway. In the July issue, the fashion mag fetes all things British, featuring model Stella Tennant and the artworks of Gary Hume on five exclusive covers of the Best of British issue.

    Tennant models some of our favourite big-name labels (the likes of Chanel, Miu Miu, McQueen, and Valentino, to name but a few) in a 14-page portfolio photographed at Kensington Palace. In her interview, Tennant reveals thoughtful memories of her childhood and her history with fashion, which we can't wait to read. The Gary Hume covers celebrate the artist's retrospective which is appearing at Tate Britain, and within the issue's pages, readers will find an eight-page feature featuring the best high-fashion labels in Britain.

    The July issue is available now, and the Pinner in us is tempted to pick up all five covers for our IRL inspiration boards. Click through to see all of 'em.

    Images: Courtesy of Harper's Bazaar

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