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Red UK

Jul 01 2021
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 • JULY 2021

Red

Sunny days ahead

Editor’s picks

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

the ONLINE influencer • HERE’S WHAT RED’S DIGITAL EDITOR NATALIE CORNISH IS LOVING OVER ON REDONLINE.CO.UK THIS MONTH

Get shorty

SWIM CLUB • The new wave of swimwear is here and it’s all about figure-flattering cuts, cool colour palettes and the chicest cover-ups. Even staycations deserve a good swimsuit

THE LAST STRAW • Summer’s new riff on the raffia basket bag is a polished style that is far too boujee for the beach

TRUE ROMANCE • Tiny blooms in a contemporary colour palette of mustard, tobacco and olive bring nostalgia to cool summer pieces

STEP IN LINE • From sunbleached wooden clogs to of-the-moment flatforms, there’s a new army of shoe brands taking Instagram by storm – and we’re first in the virtual queue

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

FINISHING TOUCHES

GREAT REASONS TO Subscribe

Discover THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE • Subscribe for just £5 for 3 issues*

WHY I CAN’T WAIT TO TRAIN AGAIN • Forget pubs, Caitlin Moran explains why it’s railway journeys she’s been most looking forward to post-lockdown

the ECO influencer • OUR COLUMNIST, SUSTAINABLE STYLIST ARMELLE FERGUSON, SHARES HER LATEST DISCOVERIES FOR GREENER LIVING

Queen Bea • AS FIERCELY REALISTIC AS IT IS SIDE-SPLITTINGLY FUNNY, AISLING BEA’S DEBUT SITCOM, THIS WAY UP, STRUCK A CHORD WITH VIEWERS EVERYWHERE AND BECAME A TV TRIUMPH. AS IT RETURNS FOR A SECOND SERIES, THE CREATOR, WRITER AND STAR SITS DOWN WITH ANNA BONET TO DISCUSS LOVE, LAUGHTER AND THE SWEET JOY OF SLOW SUCCESS

How to finally come out of hiding • With lockdown rules scheduled to lift this month, the majority of us have mixed emotions about what comes next. Anna Bonet asks the experts how we can readjust…

What happens in Skirt Club, stays in Skirt Club • Bi-curiosity is common among women yet often still taboo – especially if you’re married. To explore her own sexual fluidity, writer Suzanne Scott* joined Skirt Club, a private all-female society

lessons in mothering from my single-parent dad • In celebration of Father’s Day, Zeena Moolla credits her cuddle-giving, boundary-breaking single dad, Hameed, for everything she knows

Meet your new WFH colleagues • If you’re feeling lonely and unmotivated, joining a virtual co-working space could be the answer, says Alice Olins

ALICE’S BEST WFH TOOLS

‘Ambition is something to be celebrated’ • Businesswoman, activist and bestselling children’s author Meena Harris credits the powerful women who brought her up for her success. With her fashion brand Phenomenal, she plans to pay the empowerment forward

MEANT TO BE? • When Laura Mucha broke up with her university boyfriend, Ed, in her 20s, she convinced herself it was for the best. But five years later, they met again and she slowly learned to tell another version of their love story

HOW I GOT HERE • Michelle Mitchell OBE, chief executive of Cancer Research UK, reveals what it takes to lead one of the world’s largest and most trusted charities

ARE YOU PAYING PINK TAX? • In 2021, you’d be forgiven for thinking products for women would cost the same as those for men, yet research...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 172 Publisher: Hearst Magazines UK Edition: Jul 01 2021

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: June 2, 2021

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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 • JULY 2021

Red

Sunny days ahead

Editor’s picks

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

the ONLINE influencer • HERE’S WHAT RED’S DIGITAL EDITOR NATALIE CORNISH IS LOVING OVER ON REDONLINE.CO.UK THIS MONTH

Get shorty

SWIM CLUB • The new wave of swimwear is here and it’s all about figure-flattering cuts, cool colour palettes and the chicest cover-ups. Even staycations deserve a good swimsuit

THE LAST STRAW • Summer’s new riff on the raffia basket bag is a polished style that is far too boujee for the beach

TRUE ROMANCE • Tiny blooms in a contemporary colour palette of mustard, tobacco and olive bring nostalgia to cool summer pieces

STEP IN LINE • From sunbleached wooden clogs to of-the-moment flatforms, there’s a new army of shoe brands taking Instagram by storm – and we’re first in the virtual queue

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

FINISHING TOUCHES

GREAT REASONS TO Subscribe

Discover THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE • Subscribe for just £5 for 3 issues*

WHY I CAN’T WAIT TO TRAIN AGAIN • Forget pubs, Caitlin Moran explains why it’s railway journeys she’s been most looking forward to post-lockdown

the ECO influencer • OUR COLUMNIST, SUSTAINABLE STYLIST ARMELLE FERGUSON, SHARES HER LATEST DISCOVERIES FOR GREENER LIVING

Queen Bea • AS FIERCELY REALISTIC AS IT IS SIDE-SPLITTINGLY FUNNY, AISLING BEA’S DEBUT SITCOM, THIS WAY UP, STRUCK A CHORD WITH VIEWERS EVERYWHERE AND BECAME A TV TRIUMPH. AS IT RETURNS FOR A SECOND SERIES, THE CREATOR, WRITER AND STAR SITS DOWN WITH ANNA BONET TO DISCUSS LOVE, LAUGHTER AND THE SWEET JOY OF SLOW SUCCESS

How to finally come out of hiding • With lockdown rules scheduled to lift this month, the majority of us have mixed emotions about what comes next. Anna Bonet asks the experts how we can readjust…

What happens in Skirt Club, stays in Skirt Club • Bi-curiosity is common among women yet often still taboo – especially if you’re married. To explore her own sexual fluidity, writer Suzanne Scott* joined Skirt Club, a private all-female society

lessons in mothering from my single-parent dad • In celebration of Father’s Day, Zeena Moolla credits her cuddle-giving, boundary-breaking single dad, Hameed, for everything she knows

Meet your new WFH colleagues • If you’re feeling lonely and unmotivated, joining a virtual co-working space could be the answer, says Alice Olins

ALICE’S BEST WFH TOOLS

‘Ambition is something to be celebrated’ • Businesswoman, activist and bestselling children’s author Meena Harris credits the powerful women who brought her up for her success. With her fashion brand Phenomenal, she plans to pay the empowerment forward

MEANT TO BE? • When Laura Mucha broke up with her university boyfriend, Ed, in her 20s, she convinced herself it was for the best. But five years later, they met again and she slowly learned to tell another version of their love story

HOW I GOT HERE • Michelle Mitchell OBE, chief executive of Cancer Research UK, reveals what it takes to lead one of the world’s largest and most trusted charities

ARE YOU PAYING PINK TAX? • In 2021, you’d be forgiven for thinking products for women would cost the same as those for men, yet research...


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