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M is for… • MAX MARA’S MINI ‘MYM’ BAG: A TINY BUT PERFECTLY FORMED SHOULDER BAG IN BUTTER-SOFT ROSE LEATHER, WITH A CHIC TORTOISESHELL CHAIN THAT TUCKS NEATLY UNDER YOUR ARM. IT’S ALSO THAT COVETOUS MURMUR IT INDUCES WHEN WE SEE IT: ‘MMMMM…’
SPRING’S STYLE STARS • A FEW NEW PIECES – AND FRESH WAYS TO STYLE THEM – ARE ALL YOU NEED TO UPDATE YOUR WARDROBE
TRIM PEAKS • THE CAP WAS THE SURPRISE HERO AT CELINE’S S/S 21 SHOW, ADDING OFF-DUTY COOL TO EVERYTHING FROM SILK DRESSES TO TAILORED BLAZERS
CURVE APPEAL • As luxury Italian fashion label Marina Rinaldi turns 40, we celebrate a brand that has taught all women to love their bodies
SOFT SOUL • For the ultimate WFH shoe, think the cosiness of a slipper made practical with a sturdy sole. From soft leather slip-ons to double strap shearling styles, these are the perfect mix of comfort and cool
the FASHION influencer • RED FASHION DIRECTOR OONAGH BRENNAN SHARES HER STYLE FAVOURITES
the ECO influencer • OUR COLUMNIST, SUSTAINABLE STYLIST ARMELLE FERGUSON, SHARES HER FAVOURITE FINDS FOR GREENER LIVING
EMBRACE YOUR ENVY • We’re told that comparison is the thief of joy, but, asks Anna Bonet, what if feeling jealous isn’t so bad after all?
Love |noun| • a profoundly tender, passionate affection for another person. a feeling of warm personal attachment or deep affection, as for a parent, child, or friend. sexual passion or desire.
‘I still love him even though he’s not here’ • In the March 2020 issue of Red, we published writer Joe Hammond’s beautiful musings on love, after he had passed away from motor neurone disease. Here, his wife Gill Hammond explains how their love lives on
‘Falling in love was a leap of faith’ • As a British Muslim woman of Pakistani background, Huma Qureshi knew she was destined to marry a ‘suitable boy’, but love had other plans
‘Passion has been turned from fire to a steady, gentle warmth’ • Lotte Jeffs explains how friendship, kindness and compassion are what she and her wife give each other now
RECONNECT WITH YOUR WORK WIFE • Office friendships matter, but how do we maintain and manage them when we’re WFH? Alice Olins shares her advice
The art of being alone • Whatever your relationship or family status, spending time in your own company is life-enhancing
HOW TO OWN BEING ALONE • Francesca Specter’s six steps to embracing your own company
Back to business • Whatever the reason behind the gap in your CV, going back to work can be a daunting task. Anna Bonet finds out how to do it
MONTHLY INSPIRATION IN EVERY ISSUE
‘I want women to feel it’s their place to have the microphone’ • Grilling politicians, busting taboos and now heading up BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour. Is there anything Emma Barnett can’t do? The award-winning broadcaster and journalist talks to Arielle Tchiprout
Can you heal a broken heart? • Friends and fellow writers Rosie Green and Stacey Duguid share how they managed to move forwards after the end of their relationships
OUT OF BODY • Could developing the ability to leave your body behind help ease anxiety, boost self-confidence and give your head a...