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Woman & Home

November 2019

Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd Woman & home is the UK’s number-one monthly magazine aimed at women aged 35+. Including best beauty advice, fabulous wearable fashion trends, delicious recipes, in-depth health and wellbeing advice, latest looks for the home, plus insightful interviews with celebrities and real women who have achieved remarkable things, W &H’s pages are bursting with irresistible inspiration. And there are also short stories, travel ideas, exclusive offers, competitions and much more besides! With a raft of top writers and stunning photography, W &H is gorgeous, glossy package.

Land:
United Kingdom
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
TI-Media
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get ready to be inspired!

This issue is a marvellous mix of incredible women, affordable buys and achievable ideas. Firstly, I’m delighted to be able to reveal the 2019 winners of our Amazing Women Awards, in partnership with Hotter shoes. This campaign is now in its second year, celebrating grown-up women who are achieving wonderful things every day. As you can imagine, trying to choose the winners from our diverse range of entries was perhaps one of our greatest challenges to date. And in addition, thousands of you helped us by voting online to ensure your Hotter Community Heroes were recognised too. Turn to page 50 to see this year’s winners – 10 truly inspiring women. Since I joined w&h, one of my aims was to make fashion more affordable, and the team have worked tirelessly…

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meet our contributors

SUSAN QUILLIAM is a relationships expert specialising in love and sex. She is the author of 22 books, including the rewrite of The Joy of Sex. She is our expert commentator on the effects that affairs can have on everyone involved on p64. What’s your guilty pleasure? I love a well-crafted crime novel – but it has to be one that ends with the good guys winning and the bad guys getting their just desserts. The guilt comes because these novels are escapist; the pleasure through engaging with a demanding puzzle that has a reasonably happy ending. LUCY WINKETT is Rector of St James’s Church Piccadilly. She was one of the first generation of women to be ordained in the Church of England. She speaks on interfaith, gender and political issues, is…

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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF CATHERINE WESTWOOD EXECUTIVE EDITOR Miranda McMinn GROUP LIFESTYLE DIRECTOR Geoffrey Palmer GROUP CREATIVE DIRECTOR David Dowding ACTING ART DIRECTOR David Graham GROUP CHIEF SUB EDITOR Emma Badger LIFESTYLE DIRECTOR Jayne Marsden FASHION DIRECTOR Paula Moore FASHION EDITOR Hannah Hughes DEPUTY FASHION EDITOR Eloisa Johnson SENIOR FASHION WRITER Millie Gooch SENIOR FASHION STYLIST Becky Joiner-O’Riordan GROUP BEAUTY DIRECTORS Charley Williams-Howitt and Sarah Cooper-White BEAUTY EDITORS Fiona McKim and Stephanie Maylor ACTING BEAUTY EDITOR Jessica Beech FEATURES DIRECTOR Jane Kemp FEATURES EDITOR Sharon Sweeney TRAVEL EDITOR Helena Cartwright BOOKS AND FICTION EDITORS Emma Shacklock and Zoe West CELEBRITY DIRECTOR Jack White DEPUTY CELEBRITY DIRECTOR Robyn Morris CELEBRITY FEATURES EDITOR Hayley Minn SENIOR CELEBRITY WRITER Selina Maycock CELEBRITY WRITER Georgia Farquharson HEALTH & FITNESS EDITOR Lucy Gornall SENIOR HEALTH WRITER Faye M Smith SENIOR HEALTH WRITER Natalia Lubomirski SENIOR HEALTH WRITER Tanya Pearey HEALTH WRITERS Ali Horsfall and Eleanor Vousden FOOD DIRECTOR Elisa Roche FOOD EDITOR Samuel Goldsmith SENIOR FOOD WRITER Rose Fooks FOOD…

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join the conversation!

STOP APOLOGISING! I hold a global management position. The main difference I see between men and women in senior roles is that when it comes to persuading and influencing people, men are full of confidence with little substance, while women are factually correct but apologetic with it. Only when women portray confidence in our facts and decisions will we be accepted into positions of power. In woman&home, I’d welcome more examples of ‘go-getter’ women at the top of their field, who got there on their own merits and aren’t apologetic about it. Jo Snow, by email PRIDE OF BAKEWELL In your article on celebrity staycation hotspots, I’m with Beverley Knight and Twiggy in championing the Peak District and Lake District. However, Bakewell is not famous for almond and cherry tarts of the Mr Kipling variety,…

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we asked

SHE SAID IT: ‘You can have anything you want in life if you dress for it’ Edith Head, Hollywood costume designer ✢ Turn to page 40 to follow the style evolution of some of the world’s most famous and powerful women WHAT YOU TOLD US… I’ve not read a book by Veronica Henry that I didn’t like, and this one is amazing. A good storyline with believable, engaging characters... I loved the rural setting and the cider making – totally recommended and raising a glass or two of cider to A Home from Home. Yvonne Morgan ✢ Let us know what you’ve been reading on our Reading Room FB page womanandhome…

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‘i’m not a sex symbol!’

With a successful career spanning more than four decades, you might expect Dame Helen Mirren to be a bit of a diva. After all, she’s a woman who’s won an Oscar, a BAFTA and a Golden Globe among her many accolades, but in person she’s warm, friendly and down to earth. However there’s no denying Helen, 74, commands attention when she speaks. When discussing her latest role as Russian empress Catherine the Great, she’s not afraid to set us straight about the fascinating royal when we suggest Catherine was distracted by men. ‘No,’ Helen interrupts. ‘That’s wrong. She doesn’t allow her head to be turned. She has relationships, she uses sex for pleasure, but her head is never turned.’ Helen admits she did extensive research to get into character. ‘You…

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