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Glamour USA – January 2017

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Money, Honey “I want

Money, Honey “I want to be paid fairly for the work that I’m doing,” says Jones. “That’s what every single woman around the world wants.” Alexander McQueen dress. For blown-out volume like hers, try Garnier Fructis Style Smooth Blow-Dry ($4, at drugstores). See Glamour Shopper for more information. Hair: Teddy Charles at The Wall Group; makeup: Mary Greenwell at Premier Hair and Makeup; manicure: Alexandra Falba at Mercenaire; production: ProdN Paris. glamour.com 93

Edited by Justine Harman After the Party There’s the… AFTER-PARTY GUIDE How to have your best night ever? Our VIPs have some ideas. What’s Inside SABINA KARLSSON’S Party Purse? The model (seen on page 70) empties her clutch. 1. A pack of Simply Gum ($3, luckyvitamin.com), which is perfect after sushi, Karlsson’s go-to meal before “a night of dancing,” she says. 2. Pressed powder, like Bobbi Brown’s Nude Finish Illuminating Powder in Buff ($50, bobbibrowncosmetics.com), “in case I get shiny or sweaty, which I kind of always get,” Karlsson says. 3. Her iPhone, in a party-proof case, of course (Sterling Kane iPhone case, $95, sterlingkane.com): “I use Uber every day—especially if I’m wearing high heels.” 4. Lip gloss, like Surratt Beauty Lip Lustre in Au Naturelle ($32, sephora.com), for just a touch of shine. As a model, she says, “it’s refreshing not to have a full face of makeup on when you’re not working.” 5. Hudsalve balm ($8, bestmadeco .com) to keep lips healthy: “They used it in the army back in the day,” Karlsson says. “I get tons when I go home to Sweden.” 1 2 3 Proenza Schouler clutch ($950, Proenza Schouler, NYC, 212-420-7300) 4 5 TALKIN’ PARTIES with Peter BRANT Jr. The man about town (seen on page 84) gives a master class in mingling. GLAMOUR: What should you do if you’re alone at a lackluster party? PETER BRANT: Introduce yourself to some hilarious people. It doesn’t matter if you have anything in common. GLAMOUR: How do you know you’ve had one too many drinks? PB: I get a little loud. My brother will be like, “Volume.” It’s easy to get carried away because drinking makes everybody more easygoing, especially when people are so predisposed to dislike one another. GLAMOUR: Really? PB: Trust me—I put together a lot of dinner parties. 94 glamour.com