Stylist June 16, 2021 (P&D)

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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“the spice girls shaped a generation of women”

Living through a pandemic has done something very strange to the passage of time. Over the past few weeks I’ve caught myself recalling stories that start “a couple of months ago” before realising those months had to have been years. The lost year, as I am coming to think of it, seemed painfully slow while we were in it, but has now accelerated the way that time passes in my mind. Perhaps it is the lack of new memories painting over the older ones, a year of white noise and unmemorable monotony that made no imprint on my mind. I remember my bonkers early lockdown dreams more than I can remember what I did when I was awake. Layer all of that over the realisation that my grandparents were right…

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the making of june sarpong

books As an updated edition of The Power Of Women hits the shelves, its author – the broadcaster and activist June Sarpong – reveals the five books that shaped her understanding of being a woman I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou I read this for the first time aged 11. I didn’t fully understand it then but I revisit it every two years. Everyone should find a book that means something and revisit it, because as you grow wiser, you pick up things you were oblivious to. The idea of a protagonist who doesn’t fit in and has this insular world that she escapes to is something I connected to. Inside was where she felt safe because her exterior didn’t allow her to. The Woman I Wanted to Be by…

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the new cocktails on-the-go

drink Time to improve your park bench game with a new raft of BYO drinks – diligently tried and tested by Team Stylist Punchy First Dip Tested by: Amy Davies-Adams, production editor First sip? Surprisingly complex for a non-alcoholic cocktail – and not too sweet. Park bench appeal: A can so pretty it’s almost a shame to open it. Expect to be the envy of the park. Has notes of: Tart yuzu, refreshing cucumber and a touch of rosemary, which create a sparkling, tonic-like punch, with a pleasant, botanical aftertaste. A soft drink for the sophisticated. Rating: 4/5 East London Liquor Company Rum & Ginger Tested by: Hannah Keegan, features writer First sip?: Rum-soaked! And lots of it. Park bench appeal: It’s aesthetically pleasing in a tall, yellow can stamped with the company’s logo. Has notes of:…

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mulberry meets ahluwalia

fashion As part of its 50th anniversary celebrations, Mulberry is handing over its heritage reins to three visionary next-gen designers for the Mulberry Editions collection. Kicking off the collaborations is Priya Ahluwalia, who launched her eponymous label in 2018, and has been a rising star in British fashion ever since, winning the Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design earlier this year. Ahluwalia, fresh from a Ganni collaboration, leans on elements of her dual Indian-Nigerian heritage for her designs, which feature bright and bold colours and a vintage influence. The result is a collection of bags that are as joyful as they are practical. The other designer collaborations, with Richard Malone and Nicholas Daley, will drop later in the year. Mulberry x Ahluwalia starts from £595 and is available now (…

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meet dr pimple popper

beauty She turned spot-squeezing into a social media sensation and has inspired 119K #pimplepopping posts and counting, but now Dr Sandra Lee – aka Dr Pimple Popper – wants to revolutionise your skincare routine Whether you love or hate the many videos of erupting whiteheads inspired by Dr Sandra Lee, the dermatologist’s skincare line, now available in the UK, is far less polarising. Here, she talks us through her standout formulas. 1. Glycolic Acid Body Lotion, £36 “Even if you don’t have dry skin, glycolic acid helps get rid of that dull layer so it looks more radiant.” 2. Salicylic Acid Cleanser, £26 “Salicylic acid gives your pores a deep clean, preventing blackheads and whiteheads from forming.” 3. SULFUR LOTION, £30 “Sulfur is brilliant for minimising spots and inflammation.” 4. Skin Drink, £44 “Hyaluronic acid draws in water. Put it…

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wanted: publishing’s hot new thing

books If you’ve been blown away by this month’s inaugural Stylist Literary Festival (ongoing, btw, Poorna Bell and Matt Haig still to come: and want to pen your own novel, listen up. Stylist has partnered with award-winning literary agency RML (who represent Elizabeth Day and Pandora Sykes) to launch our first Stylist Prize for Feminist Fiction. We’re searching for new, unpublished female literary talent; the winner will receive £1,000 and guaranteed agency representation, and the best part is, you don’t need to have written the whole book to enter. Our esteemed panel of judges includes RML’s Nelle Andrew, novelist Sara Collins, editor Katy Loftus and Stylist’s editor-in-chief Lisa Smosarski. Founder of RML Rachel Mills says, “Every day, we get tentative submissions from talented women mired in imposter syndrome and self-doubt,…