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Red UK

Red UK

March 2020

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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12 Issues

In this issue

2 min.
looking for love

No matter what we ‘achieve’ in life, it’s our relationships that matter most, right? As Maya Angelou put it, ‘People will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.’ So how do we strengthen the bonds with those we care about most? Or find intimacy when it feels scarce? These are the questions we ask this month. Our brilliant features director Natasha Lunn brings us my favourite piece of the issue, ‘What Will Survive Of Us Is Love’ (page 52). It first appeared in her biweekly newsletter, Conversations On Love (conversationsonlove.co.uk), and is an interview with Joe Hammond, a writer who was diagnosed with motor neurone disease. Communicating via eye gaze technology, he revealed to her how, in feeling his life slip away, he…

1 min.
contributors

ALICE VINCENT On the transformative strength of nature on page 45. LOVE IS… something that turns up when you least expect it, and often when you need it most. THIS SEASON I’LL BE BUYING… mostly vintage! I’m finding the environmental impact of the high street increasingly difficult to reckon with. ROSEMARY FERGUSON Shares her favourite scents, ceramics and songs to live by on page 186. LOVE IS… whatever makes your heart sing. THIS SEASON I’LL BE BUYING… vintage Vivienne Westwood. KELLY MOREIRA Models Red’s spring vision for the new decade on page 86. LOVE IS… omnipotent. THIS SEASON I’LL BE BUYING… vintage 1970s dresses. 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 and are committed to upholding the…

3 min.
red uk

GROUP EDITORIAL DIRECTOR GABY HUDDART EDITOR SARAH TOMCZAK Editorial enquiries red@redmagazine.co.uk (020 7312 3875) 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, Danielle Woodward Senior Sub-Editor Joe Bentley Sub-Editor Charlotte Page ART Creative Director Philippa Williams Group Art Editor Lisa Collins Senior Designers Abby Laing, Monika Chatterton Designers Jade Stephens, Lindi Craddock, Sophie Burgham BEAUTY @RedBeautyTeam Group Beauty Director Eve Cameron Senior Beauty Editors Alexandra Friend, Alice Manning Beauty Editor Gillian Davies Beauty Assistant Medina Azaldin Beauty Intern Tanyel Mustafa REDONLINE.CO.UK Digital Editor Roanna Day (maternity leave) Acting Digital Editor Natalie Cornish 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 Fashion Director Amanda Marcantonio (maternity leave) Acting Fashion Director Lynda Bell Fashion Editors Alisha Motion (maternity leave),…

2 min.
say it, write it, share it.

MOVING FORWARD In our January issue, we printed a redundancy guide full of expert advice about how to overcome this life change and turn it into the best thing that has ever happened to you. This resonated with many of you, including Gemma Smith*. ‘I was made redundant last February and everything in the article hit a note with me: the timelines, the feelings, and looking to the future,’ she wrote. ‘I have found a new job but have struggled all year with confidence, asking myself, “What did I do wrong?” Reading the article made me realise that all of my emotions are similar to grief, and that I need to process them, as well as accept that it wasn’t personal. Moving forward, I can see now that my current position is…

3 min.
new season, new styles

ENGLISH ROMANCE We’ve fallen in love with this nostalgic take on summer dressing. Indulge in breezy wallpaper florals and soft stripes. Checklist ✓ Puff-sleeve blouses✓ High-neck dresses✓ Printed house coats✓ Checked fitted blazers RETRO UTILITY A Seventies take on safari dressing, with luxe leathers, warm earthy hues and gold detailing. This is utility, but not as we know it. Accessorise with ✓ Animal-print shoes✓ Bucket hats✓ Bold belts✓ Gold chains RIVIERA DENIM Denim is given smarter status this season. No longer just for the weekend, wear it with heels and a blouse for the perfect combination of easy style and polished flair. Accessorise with ✓ Pearls✓ Printed heels✓ Polka dot scarves✓ Ballet flats MINIMAL PASTELS Pastels are still big news for summer, but shades are a little cooler; we’re seeing icy mints and lilacs mixed with classic blush. Clean lines and fluid shapes…

2 min.
the accessories edit

SQUISHY BAGS We’ve got our hands full with spring’s exciting new bag trend. Big marshmallow-soft clutches in olive, caramel and cream are being carried under the arms of all the coolest women, and we’re following suit. ROPE BELTS Wrapped around everything from pretty denim to tailoring, rope belts are giving everything a sporty, nautical edge. FISHERMAN HATS What do you get if you cross a bucket hat with a sunhat? Spring’s cool new fisherman wide brim, of course. Spotted all over the runways of Prada, Miu Miu and Lanvin, this trend has seriously gone to our heads. POUCH BAGS A drawstring pouch bag will be your go-to accessory for summer evenings. Think vintage fabrics, such as luxe velvet and satin, embellished with playful beading and tassel trims. THONG SHOES The heeled thong sandal is this season’s answer to the…