Stylist October 13, 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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United Kingdom
Língua:
English
Editora:
The Stylist Group Ltd
Periodicidade:
Weekly
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“i’ve got wfh toe”

I am one of those clicky people. I regularly crack my knuckles (much to just about everyone’s disgust), when I crouch down I can’t get back up again without making a noise like a snapped twig and my ankles will let out a good crunch if I waggle them around. And that’s not the end of it – back, jaw, wrists, elbows, thumbs, the lot; I can pretty much click anything if I work hard enough. (I am bracing myself for the flurry of messages I’ll inevitably get telling me how bad this is for me, but *whisper it* I love how those little tension-busting explosions feel.) One of the odd discoveries of working from home is that my big toes give out a therapeutic crack if I bend them…

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succession is back. here’s why it’s the best thing on tv

one to watch As the Sky Atlantic drama finally returns, we revisit why it’s the most intriguing show on television It’s hard to convey the cultural impact Succession had when it burst onto screens in 2018. The slow-burner drama by Peep Show creator Jesse Armstrong, about the dynastic Roy family vying for the attention of its ageing patriarch, was, quite suddenly, the best thing on television. Season one scooped up five Emmys and gave us a host of darkly brilliant characters – such as steely, shiny-bobbed Shiv Roy (Sarah Snook). And so with critics already declaring series three “fucking killer” and “stronger than ever”, here’s why we think Succession is worth the hype. There’s no redemption arc If there’s one thing you should know about Succession, it’s never expect a happy ending. The show…

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the big cheese

where to eat ’Tis the season of comfort food and the UK’s restaurateurs are giving the people what they want: cheese, cheese and more cheese For next-level fondue Alpine dining has arrived in east London in the form of Haugen, a vast restaurant, deli and rooftop bar overlooking the Olympic Park in Stratford. The interiors are chalet chic and the menu is awash with cheese, from raclette platters to reblochon tartiflette. This week it also launches a brunch featuring sharing pots of classic, sun-blushed tomato or wild mushroom and truffle fondue, washed down with German schnapps. 9 Endeavour Square, London E20; haugen-restaurant.com For a spin on Sunday lunch Who says tradition can’t be improved upon? Launched last month at Ducie Street Warehouse, the all-purpose hangout in Manchester, the restaurant’s new Sunday With Sides menu has an…

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autumn at the ready

cosy interiors From strings of leafy fairylights to blankets in shades of burnt orange, homeware brands are going big for pumpkin season Pumpkin-spiced lattes, cosy rollneck jumpers and candles of the cinnamon and wood-fire variety mean one thing: autumn is well and truly here – and with it an incredibly appealing interior aesthetic. While channelling seasonal vibes in lockdown led to a trend for people curating extravagant displays of pumpkins and flower garlands outside their homes (the results were highly Instagrammable and TikTok-able ‘doortraits’ – see Laura Whitmore and Katherine Ryan for examples),this year we’re back to being able to invite people inside, and homeware brands are going big. From leafy doormats and autumnal wreaths to pumpkin dishes and tonal candles, our obsession with arguably the best season is granting our homes…

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the jewellery trend that’s here to stay

made to last Welded jewellery might sound like a frightening combination of words, but it’s also the buzziest new trend in the world of accessories. Tapping into the idea that jewellery is forever, getting a piece fitted is an experience, with brands offering in-store appointments to have dainty bracelets, anklets and necklaces (the emphasis is on delicate but durable) attached to you permanently. Expertly measured to each person and then welded together with a (painless) zapper of sorts, you’re left with no clasp and no maintenance. For those constantly losing jewellery (raises hand), this one is for you. Bracelet, £255, Atelier VM (libertylondon.com) Bracelet, £130, Astrid & Miyu (astridandmiyu.com) Bracelet, £195, The Alkemistry (thealkemistry.com)…

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to infinity and beyond

NEWS YOU DIDN’T KNOW YOU NEEDED usa In the US, 51-year-old geoscience professor Sian Proctor is breaking records and barriers. Last month, she was part of the first ever all-civilian space flight and simultaneously became the first Black woman in history to pilot a spacecraft. “I have this opportunity to not only accomplish my dream, but also inspire the next generation of women of colour and girls of colour and really get them to think about reaching for the stars,” said Dr Proctor. The mission – run by the aerospace company SpaceX and known as ‘Inspiration4’ – saw the crew of four people, who each trained for six months for the opportunity, complete a three-day orbit around Earth before splashing down safely in the Atlantic off the Florida coast. In the process,…

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