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CONTRIBUTORS NOVEMBER 2019
SAY IT, WRITE IT, SHARE IT. • If you have any news or views you’d like to see covered, we’d love to hear from you
WHAT’S ON RED ONLINE THIS MONTH • What to look out for on redonline.co.uk
MIDNIGHT HOUR • Why have one amazing watch when you can have three? Invest in a classic timepiece, and you’ll never look back.
BACK IN TIME • Gucci says your dad’s watch is everything – and who are we to argue? Chunky and understated, it’s simple with classic vintage charm, so you can wear it every day, everywhere.
BLING AND BUY • It’s going to be a super-sparkly party season, so go OTT and invest in a dazzling watch that will outshine even the most bejewelled bracelet.
BLUE ON BLUE • From midnight to eggshell, there’s a new blue mood in the world of watches and we’re inspired.
COOL CLASSICS • It will never date, works with every outfit and you’ll want to pass it down the generations. Call off the search! We’ve found your forever watch.
EVERYDAY ICONS • EACH SEASON, A FEW NEW PIECES EMERGE THAT WILL INSTANTLY UPDATE YOUR WARDROBE. MEET YOUR KEY PURCHASES…
LA JOIE DE JULIA • When Julia Restoin Roitfeld was asked to collaborate with The Outnet to create a capsule collection of little black dresses, the Parisian model had a lot of ideas to draw on. Here, she shares the inspiration behind the collection
the FASHION influencer
CIRCLE OF FRIENDS • Who are the people that lift you up and root you? For Fearne Cotton, it’s a mix of school pals, celebrities and her 70-year-old pen pal Bonny
WHY IT’S GOOD TO BE BAD AT SOMETHING • Learning to play the piano has taught Jennie Agg some valuable lessons, even though she struggles with it
EVER MOORE THAN ENOUGH • THE UNPREDICTABILITY OF LIFE IS A CORE THEME FOR JULIANNE MOORE – BOTH IN HER WORK PROJECTS AND HER PERSONAL WORLD. HERE, SHE TALKS TO ELLIE AUSTIN ABOUT WHY SHE AVOIDS CAREER EXPECTATIONS, HOW SHE’S NAVIGATING PARENTING HER TEENAGE KIDS AND WHETHER WE SHOULD EVEN TRY TO IMPOSE ORDER ON THE CHAOS
As time goes by • Sometimes it feels that time is moving slowly, but mostly it slips away from us quickly. Can we ever make peace with its passing? Clover Stroud reflects on what she’s learned as the years have rolled by
‘Life is beautiful one minute and then horrible the next’ • From Tiswas to Comic Relief, Sir Lenny Henry has been a familiar presence on our screens for more than 40 years. But life now is about more than just laughter, as he tells Ella Dove
THE WORK-LOVE BALANCE • We know where to look for advice about love, and how to succeed in our careers. But how can we thrive in both at the same time? Arielle Tchiprout finds out
THE THREE WORK-LOVE TRANSITIONS
What to do when…
SEEING STARS • For author Emma Forrest, a love affair with the night sky has lasted longer and been felt more profoundly than any other relationship
THIS WOMAN WILL CHANGE THE WAY WE BANK • Anne Boden, founder and CEO of Starling Bank, started her career behind the counter at Lloyds Bank. She talks to Kalpana Fitzpatrick about her journey
Anne Boden’s Top 5 Money Tips
BEAT THE FEAR FACTOR • So many of us don’t make the big moves we long to make because we’re too scared. Arielle Tchiprout finds out how to stop your fears from holding you back
THE PRIME OF MR ADAM BRODY • He may...