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Red UK

May 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.

CONTRIBUTORS MAY 2022

Red UK

Editor’s picks

A brighter future

Style

SUSTAINABLE STYLE • When it comes to our wardrobes, we all want to shop more responsibly. Meet the brands leading the way

Dress DOWN… • A relaxed silhouette teamed with high-quality natural (and recycled) fabrics is the perfect combination for a timeless wardrobe.

Dress HOLIDAY… • Find the joy in curating a capsule holiday wardrobe of carbon-neutral swimwear and floaty dresses that contribute towards reforestation.

Dress UP… • From wardrobe renting to investing in that iconic LBD, these brands prove shopping can be both mindful and indulgent.

Dress SMART… • Head to the office in smart tailoring with a crisp aesthetic and a conscious ethos.

WEAR IT AGAIN • Celebrities are wearing pre-loved pieces in droves, luxury brands are repurposing vintage for new collections, and it’s never been easier to source a one-of-a-kind item. Here, fashion industry experts, supermodels and super sellers share their secrets to securing the world’s best vintage

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

FINISHING TOUCHES

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

ARE YOU ‘UGLY COPING’? • In tough times, Viv Groskop’s coping strategies have been messy, even dysfunctional. But that may not always be a bad thing…

THE PERILS OF BEING A TREE HUGGER • The reality of climate change has adults debating whether or not to have children, and the next generation panicking about their futures. As a new collective of psychologists attempts to address mounting ecological fear, how can we save the planet and our peace of mind?

‘The root of happiness is in connection’ • Her comic acting has spread joy across the globe, while her writing is taught at GCSE. As Meera Syal returns to our screens in Apple TV+’s series, Roar, she tells Anna Bonet why a sense of empathy and understanding is at the heart of all that she does

Fine line • Why does flirting feel so good? And when does it cross a line? After lockdown, happily married writer Alice Snape is in search of frissons with strangers, and decides to investigate where that desire comes from

GROWING UP IN A CULT • Lily Dunn was six when her father left their family home in Islington to join Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh’s cult. Here, she reveals the impact his choices and wild lifestyle had on her as a child

Spotlight on FELA AND FRIENDS • FEMI ALAGBE, FOUNDER OF FELA AND FRIENDS, A RANGE OF HANDCRAFTED DOLLS, TELLS BELLA EVENNETT-WATTS HER STORY

HOW TOXIC IS YOUR HOME? • ENVIRONMENTAL JOURNALIST ANNA TURNS EXPLAINS HOW TO BEGIN CUTTING DOWN ON CHEMICAL WASTE, ONE ROOM AT A TIME

The ECO influencer • OUR COLUMNIST ARMELLE FERGUSON SHARES HOW OUR EVERYDAY CHOICES CAN MAKE A HUGE DIFFERENCE TO OUR WORLD

12 FACES TO WATCH • With a heap of great entertainment coming our way, it’s set to be a breakout year for several rising stars. Meet the actors, singers and models poised for big success

Waste not. Want not • When journalist Kate Hughes and her family decided to go zero waste, they didn’t know what their life would look like from that day on. Here, she reflects on their journey

The 4 best leadership lessons I’ve learned • From reinventing a business to knowing when to take...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 188 Publisher: Hearst Magazines UK Edition: May 01 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.

CONTRIBUTORS MAY 2022

Red UK

Editor’s picks

A brighter future

Style

SUSTAINABLE STYLE • When it comes to our wardrobes, we all want to shop more responsibly. Meet the brands leading the way

Dress DOWN… • A relaxed silhouette teamed with high-quality natural (and recycled) fabrics is the perfect combination for a timeless wardrobe.

Dress HOLIDAY… • Find the joy in curating a capsule holiday wardrobe of carbon-neutral swimwear and floaty dresses that contribute towards reforestation.

Dress UP… • From wardrobe renting to investing in that iconic LBD, these brands prove shopping can be both mindful and indulgent.

Dress SMART… • Head to the office in smart tailoring with a crisp aesthetic and a conscious ethos.

WEAR IT AGAIN • Celebrities are wearing pre-loved pieces in droves, luxury brands are repurposing vintage for new collections, and it’s never been easier to source a one-of-a-kind item. Here, fashion industry experts, supermodels and super sellers share their secrets to securing the world’s best vintage

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

FINISHING TOUCHES

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

ARE YOU ‘UGLY COPING’? • In tough times, Viv Groskop’s coping strategies have been messy, even dysfunctional. But that may not always be a bad thing…

THE PERILS OF BEING A TREE HUGGER • The reality of climate change has adults debating whether or not to have children, and the next generation panicking about their futures. As a new collective of psychologists attempts to address mounting ecological fear, how can we save the planet and our peace of mind?

‘The root of happiness is in connection’ • Her comic acting has spread joy across the globe, while her writing is taught at GCSE. As Meera Syal returns to our screens in Apple TV+’s series, Roar, she tells Anna Bonet why a sense of empathy and understanding is at the heart of all that she does

Fine line • Why does flirting feel so good? And when does it cross a line? After lockdown, happily married writer Alice Snape is in search of frissons with strangers, and decides to investigate where that desire comes from

GROWING UP IN A CULT • Lily Dunn was six when her father left their family home in Islington to join Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh’s cult. Here, she reveals the impact his choices and wild lifestyle had on her as a child

Spotlight on FELA AND FRIENDS • FEMI ALAGBE, FOUNDER OF FELA AND FRIENDS, A RANGE OF HANDCRAFTED DOLLS, TELLS BELLA EVENNETT-WATTS HER STORY

HOW TOXIC IS YOUR HOME? • ENVIRONMENTAL JOURNALIST ANNA TURNS EXPLAINS HOW TO BEGIN CUTTING DOWN ON CHEMICAL WASTE, ONE ROOM AT A TIME

The ECO influencer • OUR COLUMNIST ARMELLE FERGUSON SHARES HOW OUR EVERYDAY CHOICES CAN MAKE A HUGE DIFFERENCE TO OUR WORLD

12 FACES TO WATCH • With a heap of great entertainment coming our way, it’s set to be a breakout year for several rising stars. Meet the actors, singers and models poised for big success

Waste not. Want not • When journalist Kate Hughes and her family decided to go zero waste, they didn’t know what their life would look like from that day on. Here, she reflects on their journey

The 4 best leadership lessons I’ve learned • From reinventing a business to knowing when to take...


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