Stylist August 11, 2021

Stylist is the thinking-woman’s magazine. Each issue is packed with big ideas. From thought-provoking features on careers, culture, politics and psychology, to the latest fashion, beauty and lifestyle trends. Stylist helps women get more from their world. *Please note, this magazine is mobile optimised, so it can only be viewed in Text view.

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“let’s be more jodie”

It was just over two years ago that Stylist handed Jodie Comer her very first trophy. She was an obvious recipient for Entertainer of the Year at our inaugural Remarkable Women Awards. For the six months prior, she had transported us to another world as the wonderfully awful Villanelle in Killing Eve. Mesmerising to watch, she stole the show, and it was clear there was a ticket to Hollywood coming her way. Despite the praise for her performance, the Jodie we met that night was still wide-eyed at her success and spent the evening celebrating with fellow award winner (and one of her oldest school friends), Olympian Katarina Johnson-Thompson. What they both achieved in the years that followed is testament to their quiet ambition and power. Like most of us, Jodie…

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“heartbreak has its own effect on mental health”

Watch This Black Panther star Letitia Wright talks to Stylist about her latest role in director Dominic Savage’s female-led anthology series If you’re searching for a winning triumvirate of acting talent, you don’t get much better than Suranne Jones, Lesley Manville and Letitia Wright. This month, the three actors star as the leads in the second instalment of female-led drama anthology series I Am. The first, in 2019, starring Vicky McClure, Samantha Morton and Gemma Chan, was a huge success for Channel 4. Written and directed by Bafta-winning Dominic Savage, the series explores mental health, relationships and empowerment, with each film developed alongside its leading actor. Here, Letitia Wright fills us in on her drama I Am Danielle. I Am Danielle is about finding love in the age of social media. What made…

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the best new rooftop bars to visit now

Book Now It seems rooftops everywhere have been readied for a grand summer of al-fresco socialising. Meet the latest sky-high destinations catching our eye for an excellent gin and tonic: Sabine, London Sabine sits on top of the Leonardo Royal Hotel and is a tropical paradise filled with greenery and a stellar gin list. It’s hard not to feel like you’re on holiday with all those palm trees. What you can see: St Paul’s Cathedral is so close you can almost touch the dome.What to order: The seasonal G&T Summer. for stunning castle views: Rooftop 51, Edinburgh The newest rooftop bar in the Scottish capital has cosy, twinkly lights and hanging chairs galore. And if you get bored of the historic views, there’s a cinema inside. What you can see: Breathtaking Edinburgh Castle in the…

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h&m drops a new collab

Get Ready Avant-garde dressing heads to the high street Everybody loves an H&M designer collaboration, and this September there’s a new treat in store as the high-street hero digs deep into Toga Archives – the Tokyo-based independent label founded in 1997 by Yasuko Furuta – to repurpose a series of modern classics. Once a London Fashion Week highlight, Toga has been a long-standing insider favourite, loved for its unexpected and playful aesthetic, so we predict a rush in stores come 2 September when it launches. Lending an avant-garde approach to wardrobe staples, the collection is largely a celebration of Toga signature style – think deconstructed shirting, embellished dresses, sharp tailoring, oversized outerwear and exuberant accessories, not to mention the brand’s most recognisable design: the exaggerated cut-out. Featured on everything from dresses to…

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level up your laundry with these new scents

Fresh Finds If you take pleasure in the smell of freshly laundered sheets, you’ll appreciate the love that’s currently being given to washing detergents. Whether you want to douse your shirts in mood-shifting aromatherapeutic scents or submerge your smalls in fine fragrances fit for a French perfumery, this latest crop of small-brand laundry liquids has got us talking. Herbal Heaven The luscious green notes in Aromatherapy Associates x The Laundress Forest Therapy Signature Detergent will make your washing smell like a cottage garden. (£35, Woody Notes Formulated to protect even the most fragile of fabrics, Kair’s refillable Signature Clothing Wash in Cedarwood, Amber & Iris smells woody and powdery in equal measure. (£18, Zing it to me With fresh orange and nose-clearing eucalyptus, The Lab Co’s Signature Laundry Wash is the bracing wake-up call every…

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one step forward for women everywhere

Take Action Stylist’s initiative to tackle male violence against women scores its first big win – but there’s still work to do Earlier this year, weary with the statistics of just how many women were suffering at the hands of men, Stylist launched #AFearlessFuture – our initiative demanding the government treat the epidemic of male violence against women like the public health crisis it is. Our aim? To strike at the heart of the problem, tackling the misogynistic attitudes that underpin the violence. We wrote an open letter to Home Secretary Priti Patel signed by more than 60 public figures – including Jess Phillips MP, Munroe Bergdorf and CEO of Women’s Aid Farah Nazeer – asking the government to fund a public awareness campaign that challenges poisonous patriarchal attitudes. Last month, the…