Stylist May 26, 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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“summer’s bringing an explosion of experiences – and i can’t wait”

I am a lover of experiences. Immersive evenings, organised fun, the type of gimmick that can make others die of shame. For me, anything that involves a novelty hat and a secret room is the sign of a good night out. This ambition for immersion has seen me crawling around an olde curiosity shoppe on my hands and knees trying to find secret rooms, eating dinner out of a tin in a huge web with a human dressed as a giant spider, breaking into a speakeasy dressed like a flapper girl, being hoisted into a flying machine as a form of art and taking a stroll over the roof of the O2. Despite a fear of chatting to an actor who won’t break character, I can’t get enough. The adrenaline,…

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natasha raskin sharp, antiques expert

A one-day diary from morning latte to lights out Natasha, 34, is an antiques expert on the TV show Antiques Road Trip. She lives in Glasgow with her husband My alarm goes off… At 5.30am. When I’m shooting on location, the first thing I do is head down to the hotel restaurant to eat breakfast, usually eggs on toast with an oat milk latte. Afterwards, I’ll get ready to start filming at 8.30am – I'm usually in a jumper, trousers and some flat shoes as we’re on our feet talking to people quite a lot. I’m responsible for… Buying items to take to auctions and hopefully make a profit, as well as picking objects that will spark our viewers’ interest. On the show, my co-presenter Steven Moore and I travel across the UK in classic…

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“i’m ok with being cheugy”

words: billie bhatia In between losing an embarrassing number of hours to learning a Missy Elliot dance routine and screaming Olivia Rodrigo’s Drivers License with all the power of my supressed teen angst, I came across “cheugy” on TikTok. Pronounced ‘chew-gee’ with a hard ‘G’, the term was coined by Gaby Rasson, a 23-year-old software developer, and the Gen Z adjective has created the latest viral moment. Cheug-what? According to Gen Z, cheugy is a kind of evolution of ‘basic’, someone who is a little bit out of touch, behind on the trends, sometimes a try-hard, and most commonly, inauthentic. At this point, being a millennial means enduring a constant roasting from Gen Z. They revel in reminding us how entirely uncool we are – I suppose as a younger generation…

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join us for the stylist literary festival – 1-27 june 2021

stylist advertorial This summer, we’re celebrating the best new releases in fiction and non-fiction at our first ever month-long literary festival This summer, we’re celebrating the best new releases in fiction and non-fiction at our first ever month-long literary festival. Join us as we delve into the must-read books of 2021, with inspiring talks and thought-provoking discussions from all of your favourite authors. Throughout June, the Stylist team will host a programme of online sessions exploring everything from female desire and modern love to rethinking ambition and the journey to motherhood. the line up Tuesday 1 june Lisa TaddeoRaven Leilani WEDnesday 2 june Nadifa Mohamed saturday 5 june Taylor Jenkins ReidBeth O’Leary sunday 6 june Sophie BeresinerPragya AgarwalEliane GlaserRivers Solomon monday 7 JUNE Otegha Uwagba tuesday 8 JUNE Zakiya Dalila HarrisFrancesca Reece wednesday 9 JUNE Sarah Winman saturday 12 JUNE Kirsty CapesCaroline Hulse sunday 13 JUNE Tahmina AnamNatasha Brown Anna Glendenning monday…

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yayoi kusama: the extraordinary life of the world’s most talked-about artist

art As her endlessly Instagrammed Infinity Mirror Rooms open at Tate Modern, Stylist explores the enigmatic woman who overcame childhood trauma and mental illness to captivate the art world Words: Hannah Keegan If you wander past Tate Modern later this month, you will most likely see a flurry of people rushing towards the museum’s Blavatnik Building. Behind a door on the fourth floor, there will be a room that seemingly goes on forever; LED lights reflecting on the mirrored walls so the space sparkles and glimmers enchantingly. Outside, visitors will have their smartphones in hand poised to capture it – what they are lucky enough to be queuing for is Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirror Rooms, the immersive artwork that’s been populating Instagram feeds for years, and this summer’s hottest ticket. “The…

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10 immersive art exhibitions to book now

art Yayoi Kusama’s walk-in wonder may be sold out until October, but there are plenty of other places to get your fix words: KIRAN MEEDA TRAVEL DOWN THE RABBITHOLE Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser, V&A, London In the 156 years since Lewis Carroll’s Alice In Wonderland books were released there have been countless adaptations and reimaginings, but never an exhibition quite like this, delving deep into the origins and evolution of Wonderland itself. With more than 300 objects on display, including original manuscripts and designer costumes, you can geek out on the cultural history before travelling down your own rabbit hole into a virtual-reality room, where a game of flamingo croquet with some hedgehogs awaits – naturally. Until 31 December; tickets £20; book now at GO FOREST BATHING IN THE CITY The Global Goals Pavilion at the London…