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Red UK

Apr 01 2022
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.

Spring feeling

CONTRIBUTORS • APRIL 2022

Red UK

The ONLINE influencer • HERE’S WHAT RED DIGITAL EDITOR FRANCESCA RICE IS LOVING OVER ON REDONLINE.CO.UK THIS MONTH

Rock classic • Make some noise for Chanel’s divine new ‘hobo’ bag. A slouchy quilted number in luxurious white leather (it also comes in black and hot pink), it’s a harmonious mix of classic and cutting edge. Sling it over your shoulder by its chunky gold chain strap and watch everything you own take on a cool rock ’n’ roll edge.

SPRING’S TOP FIVE • Get ahead by investing in this season’s key pieces now

SEVEN SMALL WONDERS • From pretty prairie dresses to cool boilersuits, shop spring’s new mini must-haves. They may be little, but they’re big on style

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

FINISHING TOUCHES

‘I ADORE BEING ON MY OWN WITH MY KIDS’ • When Helen Thorn’s marriage ended, she wasn’t sure how she would manage parenting solo. But it has turned out to be a rewarding journey

The ECO influencer • OUR COLUMNIST, SUSTAINABLE STYLIST ARMELLE FERGUSON, SHARES HOW FAMILIES CAN GET A LITTLE BIT GREENER

‘Ambitious? I prefer to be hopeful’ • She was convinced her career would be over by 40, and yet actor Nicola Walker has barely been off our screens. As she returns for a final series of divorce drama The Split, she tells Anna Bonet about planning for the worst and hoping for the best

A Life to remember • We’re encouraged to capture our happiest moments on camera. But for Clover Stroud, it’s just as important to have photographs of painful moments, too

THE FABRIC OF A MAN • As the V&A holds its first major exhibition devoted to menswear, co-curators Claire Wilcox and Rosalind McKever tell Bella Evennett-Watts about the stories woven into every stitch and seam

Amazing Grace • After getting Covid and giving birth two months prematurely, writer Grace Victory was in a coma for three months. She tells Ella Dove what the experience has taught her

WHEN CHILD BECOMES PARENT • Millions of women undertake unpaid care work for relatives each day in the UK. Here, writer Xenia Taliotis reveals the extent of the nation’s unspoken care crisis and explores how you can sustain yourself while supporting an ailing loved one

YOUR NEED-TO-KNOWS: FOUR PRACTICAL WAYS TO COPE

THE CARER’S GUIDE TO SELF-CARE • Here’s what the science says about supporting your mental health as a carer

THE BRIDGERTON BOY • HE SPENT A DECADE PLUGGING AWAY AT A CAREER ON STAGE, BEFORE BRIDGERTON CAME ALONG AND CHANGED EVERYTHING. AS THE HIT NETFLIX DRAMA RETURNS FOR A SECOND SERIES, LUKE THOMPSON OPENS UP ABOUT HIS MOST IMPORTANT ROLE YET

FAMILY MATTERS • In her new book, Every Family Has A Story, bestselling author and psychotherapist Julia Samuel analyses the issues that unite and divide families, from loss to rivalry, and the stories we inherit. Here, she shares her thoughts on just some of the complex issues that can arise between siblings, parents and children

Travels with my granny • 29-year-old James Cunningham and his 84-year-old granny Maureen might not be the most obvious travelling companions. But as he says, going on a cruise is an opportunity for glamour, chat and a whole lot of joy

Big little lies • From half-truths to small fibs, most of us tell little white lies on a regular basis. But are they really...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 188 Publisher: Hearst Magazines UK Edition: Apr 01 2022

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  • Release date: March 2, 2022

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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.

Spring feeling

CONTRIBUTORS • APRIL 2022

Red UK

The ONLINE influencer • HERE’S WHAT RED DIGITAL EDITOR FRANCESCA RICE IS LOVING OVER ON REDONLINE.CO.UK THIS MONTH

Rock classic • Make some noise for Chanel’s divine new ‘hobo’ bag. A slouchy quilted number in luxurious white leather (it also comes in black and hot pink), it’s a harmonious mix of classic and cutting edge. Sling it over your shoulder by its chunky gold chain strap and watch everything you own take on a cool rock ’n’ roll edge.

SPRING’S TOP FIVE • Get ahead by investing in this season’s key pieces now

SEVEN SMALL WONDERS • From pretty prairie dresses to cool boilersuits, shop spring’s new mini must-haves. They may be little, but they’re big on style

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

FINISHING TOUCHES

‘I ADORE BEING ON MY OWN WITH MY KIDS’ • When Helen Thorn’s marriage ended, she wasn’t sure how she would manage parenting solo. But it has turned out to be a rewarding journey

The ECO influencer • OUR COLUMNIST, SUSTAINABLE STYLIST ARMELLE FERGUSON, SHARES HOW FAMILIES CAN GET A LITTLE BIT GREENER

‘Ambitious? I prefer to be hopeful’ • She was convinced her career would be over by 40, and yet actor Nicola Walker has barely been off our screens. As she returns for a final series of divorce drama The Split, she tells Anna Bonet about planning for the worst and hoping for the best

A Life to remember • We’re encouraged to capture our happiest moments on camera. But for Clover Stroud, it’s just as important to have photographs of painful moments, too

THE FABRIC OF A MAN • As the V&A holds its first major exhibition devoted to menswear, co-curators Claire Wilcox and Rosalind McKever tell Bella Evennett-Watts about the stories woven into every stitch and seam

Amazing Grace • After getting Covid and giving birth two months prematurely, writer Grace Victory was in a coma for three months. She tells Ella Dove what the experience has taught her

WHEN CHILD BECOMES PARENT • Millions of women undertake unpaid care work for relatives each day in the UK. Here, writer Xenia Taliotis reveals the extent of the nation’s unspoken care crisis and explores how you can sustain yourself while supporting an ailing loved one

YOUR NEED-TO-KNOWS: FOUR PRACTICAL WAYS TO COPE

THE CARER’S GUIDE TO SELF-CARE • Here’s what the science says about supporting your mental health as a carer

THE BRIDGERTON BOY • HE SPENT A DECADE PLUGGING AWAY AT A CAREER ON STAGE, BEFORE BRIDGERTON CAME ALONG AND CHANGED EVERYTHING. AS THE HIT NETFLIX DRAMA RETURNS FOR A SECOND SERIES, LUKE THOMPSON OPENS UP ABOUT HIS MOST IMPORTANT ROLE YET

FAMILY MATTERS • In her new book, Every Family Has A Story, bestselling author and psychotherapist Julia Samuel analyses the issues that unite and divide families, from loss to rivalry, and the stories we inherit. Here, she shares her thoughts on just some of the complex issues that can arise between siblings, parents and children

Travels with my granny • 29-year-old James Cunningham and his 84-year-old granny Maureen might not be the most obvious travelling companions. But as he says, going on a cruise is an opportunity for glamour, chat and a whole lot of joy

Big little lies • From half-truths to small fibs, most of us tell little white lies on a regular basis. But are they really...


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