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Red UK

Jan 01 2020
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.

Party on

Editor's Picks

CONTRIBUTORS January 2020

Red UK

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 • The festive season is in full swing, and there’s plenty of inspiration at redonline.co.uk

THE EVERYWHERE BAG

COAT CHECK • THE BEST THING ABOUT WINTER’S COOLEST COVER-UPS IS THAT YOU PROBABLY OWN ONE ALREADY

TAKE CONTROL • CLEVER UNDERWEAR ENHANCES ANY OUTFIT. HERE’S TO THIS SEASON’S SUPPORTING CAST

EASY DOES IT • ‘TIS THE SEASON FOR GOOD LOUNGEWEAR, SO PEEL OFF YOUR SEQUINS AND OPT FOR SOMETHING FAR COSIER

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

FINISHING TOUCHES

HAVE A LITTLE PATIENCE • This Christmas, Heidi Scrimgeour is asking us to find some tolerance – and even a bit of appreciation, too

THE QUEEN OF COMEDY • RUTH JONES IS WONDERFUL, HILARIOUS, BRILLIANTLY TALENTED AND, BEST OF ALL, BRINGING GAVIN & STACEY BACK TO OUR SCREENS. HANNAH BECKERMAN GETS THE LOW-DOWN

ON THE BRIGHT SIDE • IT’S EASY TO REFLECT ON 2019 AS A YEAR OF POLITICAL CHAOS, RISING HATE AND DEPRESSING HEADLINES, BUT AMID THE BAD NEWS, THERE WERE POSITIVE STORIES, TOO. ANNA BONET LOOKS BACK AT THE FEELGOOD MOMENTS OF THE YEAR

WOMEN OF THE YEAR • Courageous, tenacious and determined to make a difference, these women were role models to look up to in 2019.

A YEAR OF FIRSTS

TALKING POINTS • From the dress that seemed to be everywhere to the most-hyped book of the year, here are just a few of the events that caught the country’s attention.

CHANGE WILL DO US GOOD • Here are eight wins that promised positivity amid the negative headlines.

HOW I GOT HERE • Linda Jackson reveals her career journey to the top of the car industry, as global CEO of Citroën

MY YEAR OF LEARNING • In 2019, broadcaster and presenter Anita Rani realised that if you bottle up your feelings, they will escape somehow. That’s why she’s chosen to share a very personal experience…

THE BEST PARTY I EVER WENT TO… • From poignant evenings in with family to wild nights out in Los Angeles, four writers tell us about their most memorable soirees

HOW TO KEEP THE CHRISTMAS PEACE • Negotiating family relationships can be the trickiest part of the holiday season. But hiding behind the Christmas tree is not the answer. Brigid Moss finds a better way…

A REDUNDANCY SURVIVAL GUIDE • Losing your job can be devastating – but it can also be the path to new opportunities. Arielle Tchiprout finds out more

GIVE YOURSELF THE GIFT OF CAREER COACHING • Meet our new career columnist, Alice Olins, who thinks the best thing you can invest in this month is yourself

JUST YOUR AVERAGE JOE • You’d think that a back-to-back Hollywood movie career and a megastar girlfriend might have changed Joe Alwyn, but he’s quick to assure Nathalie Whittle that his feet remain firmly on the ground

GREAT REASONS TO SUBSCRIBE

CAN YOU THINK YOURSELF RICH? • Mastering your finances is all in the mind, believes behavioural psychologist Dan Ariely. He tells Emilie Martin how to change the way you think about money

ALL YEAR LONG • This Christmas, treat someone special to a magazine subscription. It’s the gift that lets them indulge in some monthly me-time to read...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 180 Publisher: Hearst Magazines UK Edition: Jan 01 2020

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  • Release date: December 3, 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.

Party on

Editor's Picks

CONTRIBUTORS January 2020

Red UK

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 • The festive season is in full swing, and there’s plenty of inspiration at redonline.co.uk

THE EVERYWHERE BAG

COAT CHECK • THE BEST THING ABOUT WINTER’S COOLEST COVER-UPS IS THAT YOU PROBABLY OWN ONE ALREADY

TAKE CONTROL • CLEVER UNDERWEAR ENHANCES ANY OUTFIT. HERE’S TO THIS SEASON’S SUPPORTING CAST

EASY DOES IT • ‘TIS THE SEASON FOR GOOD LOUNGEWEAR, SO PEEL OFF YOUR SEQUINS AND OPT FOR SOMETHING FAR COSIER

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

FINISHING TOUCHES

HAVE A LITTLE PATIENCE • This Christmas, Heidi Scrimgeour is asking us to find some tolerance – and even a bit of appreciation, too

THE QUEEN OF COMEDY • RUTH JONES IS WONDERFUL, HILARIOUS, BRILLIANTLY TALENTED AND, BEST OF ALL, BRINGING GAVIN & STACEY BACK TO OUR SCREENS. HANNAH BECKERMAN GETS THE LOW-DOWN

ON THE BRIGHT SIDE • IT’S EASY TO REFLECT ON 2019 AS A YEAR OF POLITICAL CHAOS, RISING HATE AND DEPRESSING HEADLINES, BUT AMID THE BAD NEWS, THERE WERE POSITIVE STORIES, TOO. ANNA BONET LOOKS BACK AT THE FEELGOOD MOMENTS OF THE YEAR

WOMEN OF THE YEAR • Courageous, tenacious and determined to make a difference, these women were role models to look up to in 2019.

A YEAR OF FIRSTS

TALKING POINTS • From the dress that seemed to be everywhere to the most-hyped book of the year, here are just a few of the events that caught the country’s attention.

CHANGE WILL DO US GOOD • Here are eight wins that promised positivity amid the negative headlines.

HOW I GOT HERE • Linda Jackson reveals her career journey to the top of the car industry, as global CEO of Citroën

MY YEAR OF LEARNING • In 2019, broadcaster and presenter Anita Rani realised that if you bottle up your feelings, they will escape somehow. That’s why she’s chosen to share a very personal experience…

THE BEST PARTY I EVER WENT TO… • From poignant evenings in with family to wild nights out in Los Angeles, four writers tell us about their most memorable soirees

HOW TO KEEP THE CHRISTMAS PEACE • Negotiating family relationships can be the trickiest part of the holiday season. But hiding behind the Christmas tree is not the answer. Brigid Moss finds a better way…

A REDUNDANCY SURVIVAL GUIDE • Losing your job can be devastating – but it can also be the path to new opportunities. Arielle Tchiprout finds out more

GIVE YOURSELF THE GIFT OF CAREER COACHING • Meet our new career columnist, Alice Olins, who thinks the best thing you can invest in this month is yourself

JUST YOUR AVERAGE JOE • You’d think that a back-to-back Hollywood movie career and a megastar girlfriend might have changed Joe Alwyn, but he’s quick to assure Nathalie Whittle that his feet remain firmly on the ground

GREAT REASONS TO SUBSCRIBE

CAN YOU THINK YOURSELF RICH? • Mastering your finances is all in the mind, believes behavioural psychologist Dan Ariely. He tells Emilie Martin how to change the way you think about money

ALL YEAR LONG • This Christmas, treat someone special to a magazine subscription. It’s the gift that lets them indulge in some monthly me-time to read...


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