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CONTRIBUTORS • SEPTEMBER 2021
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the ONLINE influencer • HERE’S WHAT RED’S DIGITAL EDITOR NATALIE CORNISH IS LOVING OVER ON REDONLINE.CO.UK THIS MONTH
Play it cool • After a summer of Seventies-inspired denim, Sportmax welcomes in a new mood with the launch of Denim Culture. In washed charcoal, flared jeans take on a French girl nonchalance – especially when worn with a matching vest – adding a cool confidence to your autumn wardrobe. Mix in checks or wear with crisp white tennis shoes and a trench coat, for a smart start to the season.
SHOW TIME • These are the runway shows inspiring the Red team’s new autumn wardrobes
CROCHET CRAZE • Forget your granny’s eiderdown; these nostalgic knits are back in fashion. Add a crochet rainbow hat to a classic white tee, or give a 1970s twist to your jeans with a tank top
FASHION • RED FASHION DIRECTOR OONAGH BRENNAN SHARES HER STYLE FAVOURITES
THE RIGHT STRIPES • Crisp cotton shirts with bold deckchair stripes make the perfect transitional cover-up
the ECO influencer • OUR COLUMNIST, SUSTAINABLE STYLIST ARMELLE FERGUSON, SHARES HER LATEST DISCOVERIES FOR GREENER LIVING
NO FIXED ABODE • Housesitter and writer Rachel Morris explains how living a nomadic life has liberated her and led to a deeper level of self-discovery…
Choose your own adventure • Seven ways wild thinkers make the everyday extraordinary and enjoy a more compelling life
BIGGER LOVE • Despite the stigma, nonmonogamous relationships are becoming more mainstream. But could they actually be the future of modern romantic love? Arielle Tchiprout investigates
Good to be bad • ‘Unlikeable’ women in history and literature should be celebrated, as they inspire us to live more boldly, says writer Bella Mackie
Strength in Silence • Twins Hermon and Heroda Berhane, who lost their hearing as children, explain how they have found horizons they never imagined possible
DREAM JOB • Manifestation is the latest self-help trend, but can the law of attraction really help us reach our personal and career goals?
FIVE WAYS TO MANIFEST SUCCESS
RISKY BUSINESS • Taking chances is the key to success, growth and self-efficacy, says Alice Olins
HOW I GOT HERE • Garden designer Juliet Sargeant was the first Black woman to have a show garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show and win gold. Here, she explains what it takes to make it in horticulture
Make it happen • Is money holding you back from living a life less ordinary? Don’t let it! Here’s how to fund your big adventure
A FIGHTING CHANCE • How Hasina Rahman used her passion for martial arts to start her own business, with the aim of empowering other women
Seeing Green • RAPPER. CAMPAIGNER. DOCUMENTARY MAKER. ENTREPRENEUR. PROFESSOR GREEN IS A MAN OF MANY TALENTS, AND HE STILL HAS SO MUCH MORE TO GIVE, AS ANNA BONET DISCOVERS
Drawn to life
THIS MONTH’S BEST BOOKS • THERE’S LOVE, LOSS AND DECEIT GALORE IN LITERARY EDITOR SARRA MANNING’S FAVOURITE NEW RELEASES
‘I had to learn not to give up on myself’ • As bestselling author Jasmine Guillory publishes her latest novel, she talks relationships, writing and the importance of...