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Red UK

Sep 01 2019
Magazine

From gorgeous fashion, beauty, food and interiors to brilliantly written features and health, Red magazine is an intelligent, glossy read that offers the best things in life. And for a daily Red fix, there’s redonline.co.uk. From what-to-cook-tonight to booking a weekend away to shopping with the Red fashion team, it’s the best things in life – every day.

CONTRIBUTORS • SEPTEMBER 2019

Red UK

FRESH START

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 • Four things not to miss at redonline.co.uk

JE T’ADORE • A new season is upon us, unveiling with it a fresh signature handbag from the Jimmy Choo family. Debuting the restyled ‘JC’ monogram, as chic as it is iconic, we’re already calling it the must-have accessory of A/W 19.

AUTUMN’S NEW TRENDS • AS THE NEW SEASON ARRIVES, WE’VE CHERRY-PICKED THE KEY LOOKS WITH SERIOUS STAYING POWER. READY, STEADY, SHOP!

HELLO, LADY • MARY JANES AND STRUCTURED TOP-HANDLE BAGS ARE THE NEW-SEASON ACCESSORIES TO INVEST IN. THEY MAY BE OLD-SCHOOL STYLES, BUT THEY FEEL BRAND NEW AGAIN

the FASHION influencer • RED FASHION DIRECTOR OONAGH BRENNAN SHARES HER STYLE FAVOURITES

BAGS OF STYLE • Marc Cain gave Suits star Sarah Rafferty the chance to design her perfect bag. Here’s what she chose…

THE STYLE INSIDERS’ SHOPPING LIST • We asked some of Red’s favourite fashion friends for the inside track on the new season: their top trends, style tips and personal picks

FINISHING TOUCHES

MY STYLE SOULMATES • Fearne Cotton has learned that clothes don’t have to be ‘fashionable’ to look good, and has a warning about waistcoats…

BRING YOUR WHOLE SELF TO WORK • We set ourselves up to fail if we don’t acknowledge how work and life intersect, says Facebook’s boss in Europe, Nicola Mendelsohn

LIFE IS HUNKY DORY FOR HELEN McCRORY • SHE WEARS SEQUINS TO THE SCHOOL GATES, HAS A HUSBAND WHO PULLS HIS WEIGHT AND RECEIVES RAVE REVIEWS FOR EVERY CHARACTER SHE PLAYS. ONE MIGHT SAY HELEN McCRORY IS ACING IT. BUT, AS SHE TELLS MEGAN CONNER, SHE’S NOT ONE TO REST ON HER LAURELS…

7 WAYS TO HEAL A BROKEN HEART • Since her marriage ended, Rosie Green has been searching for ways to feel stronger – and start again. Here’s what she’s learned…

IT ALL STARTED HERE… • Our Smart Women Week speakers know a thing or two about success, but that doesn’t mean their careers have always stayed on track. These are the pivotal moments that propelled them in the right direction

JOIN US AT • Our festival of talks, workshops and masterclasses returns to Carlton House Terrace in London. Here’s what to look forward to this year…

WOMAN ON TOP • In her three decades at the helm of Ann Summers, Jacqueline Gold has faced more than her fair share of judgement. But, as she tells Cyan Turan, empowering women between the sheets and inside boardrooms is what she does best

‘Deciding not to be a mother was a secret I didn’t feel comfortable sharing’ • While many of her friends are now on baby no.2, Amy Lawrenson, 34, is finally opening up about her decision to be childfree

BEST FRIENDS (FOR EVER) • Careers, relationships and family can be all-consuming. But, says Arielle Tchiprout, there is always a place for friendships. Here’s how you can sustain them

THE RISE OF ROMESH • A former maths teacher with a passion for hip-hop, Romesh Ranganathan isn’t your average comedian. After a decade on the circuit, he tells Ella Dove what he’s learned about love, laughter and the importance of honesty on and offstage

Home alone • It’s taken time for Laura Jane Williams to enjoy living by herself. Here, she shares what she’s learned about building a happy solo...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 232 Publisher: Hearst Magazines UK Edition: Sep 01 2019

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  • Release date: July 30, 2019

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From gorgeous fashion, beauty, food and interiors to brilliantly written features and health, Red magazine is an intelligent, glossy read that offers the best things in life. And for a daily Red fix, there’s redonline.co.uk. From what-to-cook-tonight to booking a weekend away to shopping with the Red fashion team, it’s the best things in life – every day.

CONTRIBUTORS • SEPTEMBER 2019

Red UK

FRESH START

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 • Four things not to miss at redonline.co.uk

JE T’ADORE • A new season is upon us, unveiling with it a fresh signature handbag from the Jimmy Choo family. Debuting the restyled ‘JC’ monogram, as chic as it is iconic, we’re already calling it the must-have accessory of A/W 19.

AUTUMN’S NEW TRENDS • AS THE NEW SEASON ARRIVES, WE’VE CHERRY-PICKED THE KEY LOOKS WITH SERIOUS STAYING POWER. READY, STEADY, SHOP!

HELLO, LADY • MARY JANES AND STRUCTURED TOP-HANDLE BAGS ARE THE NEW-SEASON ACCESSORIES TO INVEST IN. THEY MAY BE OLD-SCHOOL STYLES, BUT THEY FEEL BRAND NEW AGAIN

the FASHION influencer • RED FASHION DIRECTOR OONAGH BRENNAN SHARES HER STYLE FAVOURITES

BAGS OF STYLE • Marc Cain gave Suits star Sarah Rafferty the chance to design her perfect bag. Here’s what she chose…

THE STYLE INSIDERS’ SHOPPING LIST • We asked some of Red’s favourite fashion friends for the inside track on the new season: their top trends, style tips and personal picks

FINISHING TOUCHES

MY STYLE SOULMATES • Fearne Cotton has learned that clothes don’t have to be ‘fashionable’ to look good, and has a warning about waistcoats…

BRING YOUR WHOLE SELF TO WORK • We set ourselves up to fail if we don’t acknowledge how work and life intersect, says Facebook’s boss in Europe, Nicola Mendelsohn

LIFE IS HUNKY DORY FOR HELEN McCRORY • SHE WEARS SEQUINS TO THE SCHOOL GATES, HAS A HUSBAND WHO PULLS HIS WEIGHT AND RECEIVES RAVE REVIEWS FOR EVERY CHARACTER SHE PLAYS. ONE MIGHT SAY HELEN McCRORY IS ACING IT. BUT, AS SHE TELLS MEGAN CONNER, SHE’S NOT ONE TO REST ON HER LAURELS…

7 WAYS TO HEAL A BROKEN HEART • Since her marriage ended, Rosie Green has been searching for ways to feel stronger – and start again. Here’s what she’s learned…

IT ALL STARTED HERE… • Our Smart Women Week speakers know a thing or two about success, but that doesn’t mean their careers have always stayed on track. These are the pivotal moments that propelled them in the right direction

JOIN US AT • Our festival of talks, workshops and masterclasses returns to Carlton House Terrace in London. Here’s what to look forward to this year…

WOMAN ON TOP • In her three decades at the helm of Ann Summers, Jacqueline Gold has faced more than her fair share of judgement. But, as she tells Cyan Turan, empowering women between the sheets and inside boardrooms is what she does best

‘Deciding not to be a mother was a secret I didn’t feel comfortable sharing’ • While many of her friends are now on baby no.2, Amy Lawrenson, 34, is finally opening up about her decision to be childfree

BEST FRIENDS (FOR EVER) • Careers, relationships and family can be all-consuming. But, says Arielle Tchiprout, there is always a place for friendships. Here’s how you can sustain them

THE RISE OF ROMESH • A former maths teacher with a passion for hip-hop, Romesh Ranganathan isn’t your average comedian. After a decade on the circuit, he tells Ella Dove what he’s learned about love, laughter and the importance of honesty on and offstage

Home alone • It’s taken time for Laura Jane Williams to enjoy living by herself. Here, she shares what she’s learned about building a happy solo...


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