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Red UK

Sep 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 • SEPTEMBER 2021

Red UK

Joy seeking

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

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

FINISHING TOUCHES

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...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 180 Publisher: Hearst Magazines UK Edition: Sep 01 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 • SEPTEMBER 2021

Red UK

Joy seeking

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

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

FINISHING TOUCHES

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...


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