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Harper's Bazaar is a well-known American fashion magazine, published as Harper's Bazaar UK in the UK after the rebranding of Harpers & Queen. Harper's Bazaar considers itself to be the style resource for "the well-dressed woman and the well-dressed mind".

Every month, Bazaar assembles photographers, artists, designers and writers to deliver a "sophisticated" perspective into the world of fashion, beauty and popular culture.

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