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Let’s get winter-ready…
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Worth sharing • We love to know what’s inspired you in the magazine – here’s the page where you tell us what you’re thinking, making and reading!
Good ideas for November • AUTUMNAL ACCESSORIES IN RED, ORANGE AND GOLD
‘I have my eyes open to the GOOD THINGS AROUND ME’ • Actor and writer Ruth Jones talks to Nathalie Whittle about her new role as ‘Nanny’, dealing with the menopause by baking and her film-star dreams
YOUR AUTUMN STYLE EDIT • Master modern midlife dressing with a Scandi-feel mix of outfits that are both pretty and practical. From billowy leopard-print dresses teamed with chunky boots to utility jackets worn with frilly blouses, these easy, everyday looks are ageless and utterly of the moment
Coats with the flatter factor • Finally, it’s coat weather! From super-soft teddies to all-weather puffas – meet winter’s most covetable coats and find the perfect match for your body shape
KNITS & LIPS! • It’s officially sweater weather, so do it in style with a new knockout knit and a swipe of mood-boosting lipstick. It’s the dream duo of the season
‘A token present doesn’t mean as much as a priceless memory’ • Like many of us, our columnist feels she has everything she needs. So what she wants for her birthday is the most special gift of all – fun time with friends
‘I’ve learned to enjoy where I am in life’ • As co-host of TV’s What Not To Wear, Susannah Constantine became a household name. But she’s done more in her life than fashion styling. As she publishes her memoir, she talks to Charlotte Oliver about mixing with royalty, facing fears and her new outlook at 60
MY LIFE IN PICTURES • Susannah opens up her photo album…
The changing face of entertainment • From dance halls to the dawn of girl power – celebrity director Nathalie Whittle reflects on a century of progress
‘At important times, people still turn to the BBC’
‘Women are dominating the TV schedules’
The record breakers • From female firsts to chart-topping hits, these hugely talented singers have made waves in the music industry.
12 leading ladies of the silver screen • It’s been a century of showstopping cinema moments, as these British icons prove.
The funny women who made comedy history
100 years of change… and counting! • These female leaders share their hopes and predictions for the future of entertainment
100 years in the making • Introducing the stylish new GH100 collection from DFS, created to celebrate a century of Good Housekeeping
‘We’ve seen the proof that WOMEN CAN WIN’ • The Lionesses’ victory at the Euros has the power to change how women feel about themselves on and off the pitch, says BBC sports presenter Gabby Logan
‘The legal profession must reflect the society it serves’ • Meet I. Stephanie Boyce, president of The Law Society, who has worked tirelessly to improve diversity in her profession and who hopes to inspire the next generation
THE PEOPLE WHO INSPIRED ME • To mark Black History Month, which runs during October, I. Stephanie Boyce shares the icons who inspired her as a child.
On the trail of Agatha Christie • From her passion for fast cars and surfing to sparking a national manhunt, there is a lot to discover about Dame Agatha Christie, thinks historian Lucy Worsley, who has been inspired to write a new book on the original queen of crime
3 GREAT PAGE-TURNERS • Agatha Christie wrote 66 detective novels. Lucy...