Stylist

December 8, 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.

Land:
United Kingdom
Sprog:
English
Udgiver:
The Stylist Group Ltd
Frekvens:
Weekly
10,80 kr.(Inkl. moms)
240 kr.(Inkl. moms)
45 Udgivelser

i denne udgave

2 min
“it’s been quite a year”

Omicron serves as a good reminder to how we started this year. It could have been easy to forget that January started in lockdown. Remember that? Mask-wearing, social-distancing, home-schooling, Boris-watching, walk-going, this-is-never-going-to-end lockdown. So as our masks go back on, we’re reminded of just how far we’ve actually come. In those early days of January most of us hadn’t had our first vaccine yet, let alone a booster; Trump was still in office; Jeff Bezos hadn’t been into space; and Peppa Pig still hadn’t had the pleasure of Boris’s company. It was hard to imagine what was to come: the end of lockdown, getting vaccinated, hugging our friends, seeing family members we’d not seen for many months, going on holiday, reopening our businesses, falling back in love with Adele and…

CF-1781777524-80756-1638537547170
2 min
advice from winnie-the-pooh

celebrate an Icon If there’s anyone who knows the value of friendship, it’s the little bear from Hundred Acre Wood Ever wondered how you got through this last year? Chocolate? Schitt’s Creek? Yoga With Adriene? Chances are, all of the above. But on a deeper level, it might be your friendships that held you up when the chips were down. A recent Disney campaign celebrating the children’s classic Winnie-the-Pooh highlights a return to simple pleasures post-pandemic, and got us thinking about the friendships we treasured in lockdown. And with Christmas around the corner, what better way to give those friends some bear-hug love than with a Winnie-the-Pooh quote? Pooh may be getting on a bit, having recently celebrated his 95th birthday, but many of AA Milne’s stories are just as relevant today.…

CF-1781777524-80762-1638537547299
2 min
the face of christmas tv

one to watch BBC thriller The Girl Before is essential festive viewing. Its star Jessica Plummer talks to Stylist about her biggest role yet Property porn meets psychological mind games in The Girl Before, a new drama based on the bestselling book by JP Delaney. The four-part thriller tells the story of Jane (The Morning Show’s Gugu Mbatha-Raw), a woman whose life takes a twist when she moves into an envy-inducing designer home but finds herself stuck in an unnerving dynamic with the house’s architect (David Oyelowo). Jane makes a shocking discovery about the fate of the woman who lived in the house before her, Emma, played by Jessica Plummer. The former EastEnders actor is no stranger to challenging storylines, winning praise for her portrayal of domestic abuse victim Chantelle Atkins in…

Cf2-1538716717-80923-1638537547307
1 min
all hail the season of giving (back)

spread some joy Organise a beach clean Your Boxing Day walk is absolutely an opportunity to save the planet. Marine pollution – from plastics to cigarette butts – threatens the existence of some 40% of marine mammals; help fight the crisis with a beach clean. Register interest with the Marine Conservation Society and they’ll offer free advice on where to go, what to do and how to stay safe. (mcsuk.org) bring christmas to the homeless 2021 is the 50th anniversary of Crisis’ Christmas Centres and, like last year, the Crisis team will be arranging hotel accommodation for those who would otherwise spend Christmas on the streets. Even if you can’t volunteer, a donation of £29.06 will help to give someone a place to sleep, hot meals and companionship from 23 December to 5 January.…

Cf2-1538716717-80924-1638537547320
1 min
think outside the gift box

bright ideas Personalised, memorable and not prone to delivery problems, gift experiences are more popular than ever this year – here’s our pick of presents that prove it really is the thought that counts Kickstart your curated ear New piercings can be stylish from the get go thanks to Astrid & Miyu (in Selfridges London and Manchester) who offer everything from sparkly studs to chic hoops. (From £55; astridandmiyu.com) Book a writing masterclass Channel the genius of Margaret Atwood through her writing workshop, curated by Masterclass. From plotlines to characters, it’s one for all aspiring writers. (From £14 a month; masterclass.com) Capture candid moments Celebrity photographer Greg Williams has condensed 30 years of experience into a 60-minute workshop that’s guaranteed to elevate the grid – any cameras welcome. (£29, skillsfaster.com) Mix your dream lipstick Help lipstick fanatics create the…

Cf2-759540929-80761-1638537547329
3 min
star woman

NEWS YOU DIDN’T KNOW YOU NEEDED china Thirteen years after astronaut Zhai Zhigang became the first Chinese man to walk in space, Wang Yaping has become the first Chinese woman to accomplish the same feat. As part of a three-person, six-month mission (China’s longest to date) on the country’s Tiangong space station, Yaping successfully completed a six-hour spacewalk, journeying outside of the main module to install equipment and carry out tests as part of the station’s ongoing construction. Shortly after stepping out of Tiangong, which translates as “heavenly palace”, the 41-year-old taikonaut (China’s term for the country’s space explorers) waved to audiences all over the world in a now-iconic video that quickly blew up on social media. And it’s not surprising that Wang’s accomplishments in space have garnered so much attention back…

Cf2-1653711883-80408-1638537547360