Stylist November 10, 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
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English
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The Stylist Group Ltd
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Weekly
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2 min
let’s own our stories

It’s a great irony that a woman who has fought to own her own identity and the right to tell her own story, should end up having quotes leaked from her new book about just that. But such is the world of Emily Ratajkowski. A woman who has spent the best part of the past decade grappling with the opinions the whole world seems to have on her. A woman who has been asked repeatedly to defend and define feminism – the ownership and right to enjoy her own body. A woman who has had both that body and trust abused. This week, Emily’s first collection of essays, My Body, is released, exploring what it means to be a woman today. She chose to speak Stylist, a safe space and…

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why passing is a period drama like no other

secret history Entertainment director Helen Bownass on why you should watch Rebecca Hall’s directorial debut In 1929, writer Nella Larsen released her celebrated novel Passing, about the complexities of racial identity. Ninety-two years later, it has finally been brought to the screen, in a delicate and intimate film by first-time director Rebecca Hall (the actor herself is a white-presenting woman with mixed-race heritage). It takes in themes of identity, race and gender through the interior lives of two Black women, who to differing degrees ‘pass’ as white in late 1920s New York. A quietly nuanced Tessa Thompson stars as Irene, married to Brian (André Holland), a doctor, and living comfortably in Harlem with her two sons. One afternoon she has a chance encounter with an old friend, glamorous Clare (a dazzling Ruth Negga).…

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the festive fun list

what's ahead Diaries at the ready: here’s what to book if you’re looking to gobig on Christmas spirit this year We might not be able to crack open our advent calendars just yet, but we can certainly start planning our Christmas social lives. And whatever your idea of festive fun, there are plenty of opportunities around the UK to soak up some winter magic (as well as a mulled wine or two, of course). Here’s our pick of the best, from cult pop-ups to stately homes – plus equally brilliant back-up plans in case you miss out on tickets or want something closer to home. All we need now is some snow… THE skate rinkRoyal Pavilion, Brighton As the only ice rink in the UK powered exclusively by green energy, Brighton’s Royal Pavilion is…

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marina rinaldi makes moves with marco de vincenzo

what to wear Italian heritage brand Marina Rinaldi knows what women want: considered fashion and timeless style for all shapes and sizes. One of the only size-inclusive luxury offerings, Marina Rinaldi makes a point of celebrating bodies. For this a/w season, the brand is teaming up with another Italian talent, Marco De Vincenzo. The designer, who names Beyoncé, Rihanna and Taylor Swift as fans, splits his time between his eponymous label and his role as head designer of leather goods at Fendi. This collaboration is all about soft sensuality: ribbed roll-necks with Vincenzo’s trademark stripes; an oversized coat that flows from cream through to pink and yellow, ending on a decadent chocolate brown; and an easy printed dress that promises to work hard in your wardrobe. Shop Marina Rinaldi x Marco De…

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meet fiction’s newest talent

what to read Get familiar with the name Kate Kemp, winner of Stylist’s first ever literary prize for feminist fiction Our search for the sharpest new voice in fiction writing is finally at an end. Last month our judges – agent Nelle Andrew from our partner RML, author Sara Collins (The Confessions Of Frannie Langton), Stylist’s editor-in-chief Lisa Smosarski and Harriet Bourton from Viking Books – hotly debated the shortlist and settled on a winner: Kate Kemp, author of manuscript-in-progress Warrah Place. A book about women reinventing themselves against a backdrop of murder and prejudice, Nelle Andrew says Kate’s work “stood out to me as exactly the kind of manuscript I was looking for – clever, thematic, with pin-sharp characterisation. She has an incredibly bright future ahead of her.” A former psychotherapist…

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how to smell like winter

seasonal scent If you can’t beat our fast descent into the dark depths of winter, why not join it? Beauty’s newest wave of perfumes manages to channel the very best properties of the season, from fresh snowfall to smoky fires and toasty nightcaps, into multifaceted fragrances that are so moreish, you’ll want to wear them even long after the winter chill has subsided. crisp snow Powdery notes of jasmine and heliotrope give Moncler Pour Femme the scent of fresh snowfall (£113 for 100ml, selfridges.com). a roaring fire Maison Margiela Replica By The Fireplace smells like bottled smoke (£81.12 for 100ml, feelunique.com). hot toddies The whiskey note in Givenchy Sans Merci gives it a deliciously boozy edge (£175 for 100ml, givenchybeauty.com).…

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