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Red UK

February 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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English
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Hearst Magazines UK
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12 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

1 min.
contributors february 2020

ARMELLE FERGUSON Writes her first sustainability column for Red. I CAN’T WAIT TO READ… Becoming by Michelle Obama. Hey, better late than never! 2020 IS MY YEAR TO… get back to ballet after a three-year break. SHAHROO IZADI Speaks to Brigid Moss about dieting and self-love. I CAN’T WAIT TO READ… Things I Learned From Falling by Claire Nelson. 2020 IS MY YEAR TO… spend more time with my family (with my phone out of reach). ELISE LOEHNEN Shares the lessons she’s learned from hosting The Goop Podcast. I CAN’T WAIT TO READ… How Much Of These Hills Is Gold by C Pam Zhang. 2020 IS MYYEAR TO… travel more and work less!…

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 Deputy Art Director Tom Shone 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 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 Executive Fashion Director Fiona Collins Fashion Director Amanda Marcantonio (maternity leave) Acting Fashion Director Lynda Bell Fashion Editors Alisha Motion (maternity leave), Jo Atkinson Acting Fashion Editor Gabriella…

3 min.
say it, write it, share it.

FEARNE’S GOLDEN RULES In our December issue, our brilliant columnist Fearne Cotton said goodbye with five of her most life-affirming pieces of wisdom: it’s okay to be a work in progress, we’re all in it together, there are no quick fixes, being broken is fine, and you don’t have to get back to everyone all of the time. Hollie Caroll emailed us in response. ‘I read Fearne Cotton’s five golden rules and I can identify with each of them,’ she wrote. ‘It was refreshing to be reminded of these lessons. I became a mother nine months ago and it has been the hardest and most rewarding thing I have ever done. I thought it would be easy for me, but it turns out I’m a work in progress. Each time I think…

1 min.
this year i will…

…pick books more. Swap my first double-shot coffee of the day for raw apple cider vinegar and honey. Stop thinking the worst (page 48 should help). Put more money into my pension. Breathe in the sea air every morning (I’ve finally moved to the coast!). Have more sex. Buy fewer dresses (who am I kidding?). Remember, as our cover star Nadiya Hussain points out, ‘A lot of living well just comes down to being nice to one another.’ Ask myself the three career questions on page 47 (and then subscribe to The Step Up Membership Club with Red’s exclusive discount). Be less distracted when I’m playing with my kids. Have bigger adventures (you, too? Book one of our 25 best spas for 2020 from page 89, or a tailored Red…

1 min.
style

COLOUR CODE The buzz at Milan Fashion Week was firmly focused on Mr Armani’s relaunched La Prima bag. The ultimate easy-wear shoulder bag, it’s just the right size for your phone, keys and wallet, and will add a chic city polish to your wardrobe. The strap flips from cross-body to neat shoulder style, and there’s a choice of the prettiest of spring shades, 11 to be precise, from military green (rumoured to be the colour of his yacht) to powder blue, blush and buff. The only dilemma? Which one to choose.…

2 min.
the winter vacation edit

THRILL SEEKERS Go off grid in an eclectic mix of carpet prints, checks and vintage fabrics. Keep your silhouettes feminine and finish with folk-inspired accessories. CITY BREAKERS The coolest urban wardrobe features ruffles, slick dark denim and polished accessories. HOMELAND CREW Raincoats, chunky boots and waterproof hats (British essentials) have always looked good with Fairisle knits and cool tartans. Luckily, this winter, they're all in fashion, too. Invest in a great coat that will keep you warm and last for years. SNOW PATROL Look stylish on the slopes in a clash of dog’s-tooth checks, stripes and punchy primary shades. Your new après ski go-to? A knitted maxi dress worn with chunky moonboots and a belted puffa jacket. COMPILED BY: GABRIELLA MINCHELLA. PHOTOGRAPHY: GETTY IMAGES/ISTOCKPHOTO, REX/SHUTTERSTOCK…