Glamour’s 2022 Entertainment Issue is here and it’s jam-packed with star power and exciting developments in the entertainment space. From dancing in the digital age, to shopping guides, African fashion, and a sit-down with our cover star Annie Macaulay-Idibia, there’s a lot to indulge in and get your fix of the latest in lifestyle, arts, culture, and more.
Here are 5 things to look forward to in our latest print issue:
With this being our entertainment issue, we had to get the biggest and the best in the industry to give us exclusive insight into their lives and careers. Our cover star Annie Macaulay-Idibia chats her upcoming Netflix African reality show Young, Famous & African (66), while Tems opens up about her latest album If Orange Was a Place (104). Actress and media personality Nambitha-Ben Mwazi also makes an appearance as she talks about her new movie Happiness Ever After (106).
A new year always brings with it relationship reassessments, and our entertainment issue has a bunch of relationship advice. Marriage and family therapist Dr Emily Jamea provides a guide on how to navigate rebounds (pg 86) and new relationships (pg 80), while we also look into how TV couples are creating unrealistic standards for IRL romance .
In our LOOK section, we hone in on Conscious Creators: 5 emerging designers who are shaping the future of sustainable fashion in South Africa (pg 25). We also take a look at Thando Hopa’s African Fashion Legacy Project (pg 10), and as well as the rise of Africa’s booming fashion industry.
Set the mood
Our LIVE section takes a look at mood-boosting benefits of music (72), while those craving a little more endorphins are urged to enter the world of running by elite athlete Nolene Conrad (pg 103).
We review Lanzerac Wine Estate in Stellenbosch, with tips on the best wine to drink, where to shop and the pamper treatments to indulge in (pg 109).
Grab your copy of Glamour’s March/April Entertainment issue, now in-stores.