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Time to rethink
THE ONLINE INFLUENCER • HERE’S WHAT RED DIGITAL EDITOR FRANCESCA RICE IS LOVING OVER ON REDONLINE.CO.UK THIS MONTH
One to WATCH • IF A SINGLE ACCESSORY PERFECTLY CAPTURES THE MOOD OF THIS SEASON’S FAVOURITE TERM, ‘QUIET LUXURY’, IT’S UNDOUBTEDLY THE WATCH. A PRACTICAL TIMEKEEPER AND STYLE POWERPLAY ROLLED INTO ONE, TUDOR’S BLACK BAY 31 MAKES A SUBTLE STATEMENT, WITH ITS DEEP BLUE HUE SETTING A CONTEMPORARY TONE FOR ALL-DAY APPEAL. PERFECT FOR MIXING WITH SUMPTUOUS TEXTURES OF CASHMERE, SHEARLING AND SOFT LEATHER.
COVER STORY • MEET THE TRENDS RAISING YOUR COAT GAME THIS SEASON. WHATEVER THE FORECAST, WE HAVE YOU COVERED
HANDLE WITH CARE • IT’S TIME TO SHOW YOUR FAVOURITE PIECES SOME TLC WITH OUR TIPS TO MAKE YOUR CLOTHES LAST 10 MORE YEARS
SEA CHANGE • TAKE A DEEP DIVE INTO EMPORIO ARMANI’S SUSTAINABLE A/W 23 COLLECTION AND DISCOVER OCEAN-INSPIRED BUYS TO REFRESH YOUR WEEKEND WARDROBE
THE STYLE INFLUENCER • RED FASHION DIRECTOR OONAGH BRENNAN SHARES HER FAVOURITE NEW LOOKS
FRAMES OF MIND • MAKE YOUR FRAMES THE FOCAL POINT THIS AUTUMN – BOTH CHUNKY PERSPEX AND POLISHED METAL FRAMES ARE HAVING A GEEK-CHIC MOMENT
All the small things • AFTER YEARS OF FOCUSING ON BIG, GLOSSY WINS, ILLUSTRATOR JOHANNA BASFORD OBE SHIFTED HER ATTENTION TO THE SMALL VICTORIES
THE ECO INFLUENCER • OUR COLUMNIST ARMELLE FERGUSON SHARES HER TIPS FOR GREENER LIVING
How to make all your relationships better • According to psychotherapist and agony aunt Philippa Perry, nearly all of the problems we encounter in our lives are rooted in our personal relationships. But if we want to resolve them, we must first do the work on ourselves. She tells Megan Conner how
Woman power • As Tate Britain holds its first major exhibition devoted to more than 100 women artists working in the UK from 1970 to 1990, curator Linsey Young tells Bella Evennett-Watts how a generation turned pen, paint and paper into political weapons and protest
‘There’s so much beauty around us, ifwe are alive to it’ • In her new book, Disobedient Bodies, author and academic Emma Dabiri encourages us to separate society’s ideals from how we really want to feel and live in our bodies. Here she tells us what she’s learned about beauty in the process
Happiness is not automatic • HE SMASHED ON TO THE 1980s COMEDY CIRCUIT AND BROUGHT WITH HIM A NEW BRAND OF BOUNDARY-BREAKING HUMOUR. AS ADRIAN EDMONDSON RELEASES HIS MEMOIR, HE SHARES WHAT HE’S LEARNED ABOUT LOVE, LIFE AND LAUGHTER
WORK IT OUT • Succeeding and feeling fulfilled at work isn’t about working harder or smarter, says Dr Michelle P King. It’s about learning to read the subtle, unwritten rules of the workplace. She teaches Clare Fisher the basics…
Everything I’ve learned about money • Despite a successful career in fashion, Stacey Duguid was never quite in control of her finances – a problem that intensified when she married and had children. Now divorced, she shares the long road to navigating her way to a place of security
How I got here • LINGERIE STYLIST MONICA HARRINGTON SHARES HER 30-YEAR CAREER JOURNEY
THE SLOW LANE • It has never been easier to make quick financial decisions, thanks to banking apps and contactless payments. But taking a slow money approach could help you to find calm amid the chaos, says Caroline Bloor
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