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Red UK

September 2019

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.

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Hearst Magazines UK
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contributors

NICOLA MENDELSOHN Shares how she strikes a work-life balance, on page 33. MY NEXT CHALLENGE WILL BE… to support researchers in finding a cure for follicular lymphoma. FRIENDS ARE… cherished and have to be nurtured. DR GEETA NARGUND Maps her career journey from junior doctor to IVF pioneer, on page 67. MY NEXT CHALLENGE WILL BE… setting up a think tank on women’s reproductive choices. FRIENDS ARE… those who lift you up when no one else has noticed you’ve fallen. AMY LAWRENSON On being childfree by choice, page 56. MY NEXT CHALLENGE WILL BE… to stop. I moved to Amsterdam and went freelance recently. FRIENDS ARE… crucial and oh-so wonderful. Red is a member of the Independent Press Standards Organisation (which regulates the UK’s magazine and newspaper industry). We abide by the Editors’ Code Of Practice…

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red uk

GROUP EDITORIAL DIRECTOR GABY HUDDART Personal Assistant to Group Editorial Director Jessica Browning EDITOR SARAH TOMCZAK Editorial enquiries red@redmagazine.co.uk (020 7439 5920) Orders and subscriptions red@subscription.co.uk (01858 438 853*) GROUP EDITORIAL PRODUCTION Workflow Director Carly Levy Group Managing Editor Ingrid Eames Group Chief Sub-Editor Clay Johnson Chief Sub-Editor Gwen Mostyn Deputy Chief Sub-Editors Callie Green, Francesca Cary, Vicky Deacon Senior Sub-Editor Joe Bentley Sub-Editor Charlotte Page ART Creative Director Philippa Williams Group Art Editor Lisa Collins Deputy Art Director Tom Shone Senior Designers Abby Laing, Monika Chatterton Designers Jade Stephens, Lindi Craddock BEAUTY @RedBeautyTeam Group Beauty Director Eve Cameron Senior Beauty Editors Alexandra Friend, Alice Manning, Caroline Brien Beauty Editor Gillian Davies Beauty Assistant Medina Azaldin Beauty Intern Tanyel Mustafa REDONLINE.CO.UK Digital Editor Roanna Day Deputy Digital Editor Sarah Ilston FASHION @RedFashionTeam Group Fashion Director Oonagh Brennan Fashion & Beauty Bookings Director Karina Dial (maternity leave) Acting Fashion & Beauty Bookings Director Fiona Andrews Fashion Director-At-Large Nicola Rose Executive Fashion Director Fiona Collins Fashion…

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fresh start

I know you’re probably reading this issue from somewhere gloriously sunny, and here we are already discussing autumn fashion (leather! layering!) and new-season beauty trends (the smokey eye is back!), but that’s the funny old world of magazines. And while it does always seem a bit off-kilter, it’s also quite nice to do a bit of forward planning, so you can hit the ground running when you return from holidays to real life again. With that in mind, this is an issue full of fresh starts. On page 47, nine women reveal the career turning points that helped them pivot into something more meaningful. Rosie Green talks about her own fresh start, on page 44, and notes the things that have eased her through her marriage break-up. On page 64, Laura…

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say it, write it, share it.

BRILLIANT WOMEN After our July issue came out, we received a lovely letter from Natalie Ahmed about the women we featured. She wrote, ‘I’m in total awe of (and possibly a tad in love with) Stacey Dooley. I so admire her grit, her confidence, her style, and I aspire to be like her in every way, including possessing her dancefloor prowess. She’s carved out a career in a challenging, competitive, dangerous profession (and that’s just Strictly Come Dancing), and her interview made me think about how we could all do with being a little more Dooley – not necessarily on the front line of danger, but in harnessing our inner strength. ‘It’s a theme I felt carried through the whole issue, with Fearne Cotton urging us to embrace our uninhibited, unapologetic, brutally…

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autumn’s new trends

GOTHIC FLORALS Flower prints are still in full bloom but now they’re darker, richer and more opulent. Pussy-bow blouses, ruffle dresses and ornate jewels complete this decadent trend. ALTERNATIVE BRIGHTS Meet fashion’s new hues: canary yellow, bougainvillea pink, burnt orange and jade green. Wear head to toe or combine with denim, leather or caramel tones. PUNCHY CHECKS It’s time to break with tradition and opt for bigger, bolder, brighter checks. This is less heritage, more crazy, sexy, cool. LADYLIKE LEATHER It’s autumn's most in-demand fabric – appearing on everything from weekend trenches to pinafore dresses. But it’s had a feminine upgrade, so look out for richer shades and looser shapes. COMPILED BY: GABRIELLA MINCHELLA. PHOTOGRAPHY: LUCKY IF SHARP, IMAXTREE.COM.…

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the fashion influencer

POP-UP Head to the exclusive Dior pop-up boutique in Harrods, from 3rd-31st August, and treat yourself to a silk scarf, checked bob hat or woven bangle, or splurge on a customised canvas shopper. IN THE SHADE The only sunglasses you’ll need this season are aviators. After a summer of cat eyes, the iconic shape returns, thanks to Celine’s AW19 show, where girls walked the runway in gold and silver frames. MINI GOLF Fast track your wardrobe into fall with a shrunken golf sweater. Go for a classic argyle print in lilac and lemon or traditional checks. Buy it a few sizes too small (it should be tight and cropped) and wear with a mid-length pencil skirt and a Peter Pan collar shirt. THE NEW ‘IT’ JACKET A coloured leather bomber is going to be your wardrobe game-changer…

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