Swarovski Online Magazine’s New Year issue is out now!

If you’re looking for non-fattening treats to boost your morale while you’re working to keep those New Year resolutions, look no further: January’s issue of Swarovski Online Magazine has arrived, and it’s full of sparkling goodies.

Just as those post-party blues kick in, “Everyday Extraordinary” shows some stunningly simple ways to transform your day-to-day wardrobe into a look that’s worth celebrating. “One Look, Two Occasions” also offers a master class in effortlessly taking you from desk to dinner. You’ll discover the coats that are keeping key fashion influencers warm on the sidewalk this winter, alongside a selection of bags with more dazzle than the Northern Lights. As if that weren’t style enough, we’ve included three stories from Salt (Issue 13) to add even more flavor: Look out for an era-bending fashion fusion in “Out of Time”; naturally brilliant jewelry in “Twilight Angel”; and the unique chic of “London Girls”. And because looking good isn’t simply about what you wear, former ballerina and personal trainer to Hollywood’s hot-body list Simone De La Rue reveals how to get an A-list figure for 2017.Looking back at the finale events of 2016, there’s the impossibly glam Fashion Awards at London’s Royal Albert Hall; five Vogue Salon designers at Sagmeister’s flagship store on the shores of Austria’s breathtakingly beautiful Lake Constance; plus Dreamgirls’ glittering London West End debut. And to make sure you don’t miss a thing on 2017’s fashion calendar, we’ve listed its top events—put them in your diary now.Look out for Israeli artist Hila Lazovski’s crystallized tribute to David Bowie. IED’s fashion director Sara Azzone tells us what aspiring designers need to do to get into one of the world’s top fashion schools. Hats off to the extraordinary milliners of South Korea—their work is laid out for you in totally unforgettable imagery. Finally, Vogue Germany hints at what to expect from the year ahead with its crystal-studded horoscopes by astrologer to the stars Susan Miller. On the evidence of January’s pages, 2017 promises to be brilliant!