Stylist November 24, 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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2 min
“let’s dig deep for that christmas spirit”

It is almost a year to the day that the government announced a relaxation of lockdown rules to allow households to be together for Christmas… remember that? Yet another appointment-to-view Boris announcement followed by a fluster of WhatsApps and calls to navigate familial politics, Covid anxieties and the excitement of some time with our loved ones for what promised to be the most special day ever for many of us. Then we all know what happened next: Lost Christmas. I can still hear the enormous collective groan that even managed to drown out my Bublé Christmas playlist. So perhaps it is no surprise that, this year, as we race into December, we are planning our festive fun with caution; attempting to temper our desire for an all-singing, all-dancing, sequinned, jazz-handed…

5 min
kharmel cochrane, casting director

A ONE-DAY DIARY FROM FLAT WHITE TO LIGHTS OUT Kharmel Cochrane, 35, is a casting director. She lives between Northamptonshire and London with her partner and two daughters My alarm goes off… Never. I don’t need to set one because my two daughters come into my bedroom at 6.30am to wake me and my partner up. While he negotiates their cereal demands, I have a cup of tea. Then, I’ll spend the next hour getting them ready for school – which often involves a lot of dancing to the radio. The morning school run is my non-negotiable time with them, and I’ll be back home by 8.30am. Then I’ll get ready, eat a quick breakfast (something like toast with cream cheese) and check all the emails that have come in overnight. I mostly…

2 min
find serenity in the italian dolomites

peak luxury Wellness meets winter sports in jaw-dropping surroundings, discovers Megan Glynn Immersing ourselves in nature is, we’re told, an antidote to worry and anxiety, aka the past 18 months. So imagine staying somewhere that gives you a pure shot of wonder every evening – that’s how I felt about my daily view of the jagged Italian Dolomites slowly turning pink under a setting sun. This, I happily discovered, is just one of the soul-reviving experiences on offer at the Adler Spa Resort in the village of Ortisei, northern Italy. From the moment we arrived through the South Tyrolean forest and got a first peek at Adler’s sprawling fairy-tale ‘lodge’, I had the feeling we were about to step into another world. It was a firm goodbye to London, and a ‘hell,…

5 min
“i let my clubbing-self down”

words: billie bhatia During my lowest points of despair during lockdown, I dreamt about my big night ‘out-out’ return. We all did. I’d throw in a beggy message in our group chat, “Guys, when can we go to a club?!” and watch my phone erupt in a series of pings: “I want to dance so hard I wake up with thigh cramp!” “Do you think we can still twerk like we used to?” “Should I start saving now?” “My tequila tolerance is pretty low at the moment, now would be a good time to go!” “Where shall we go? I’ll Google places we can’t afford!” We all manifested it as being the best night of our lives. Until someone waded in with something more pressing, like what they were having for…

1 min
join our new barre x strength workout series with the strong women training club

STYLIST ADVERTORIAL We’re thrilled to announce the new Strong Women partnership with the UK’s leading barre workout group, Barrecore. Join us for a series of unique strength-infused barre workout classes hosted at Barrecore’s Chelsea and Mayfair studios, led by their head trainer, Emily King. Even better, we’re offering our members an amazing 20% off these studio classes. To book a session for £20 instead of £28, simply sign up to the Strong Women Training Club and check out our latest offers. Or if you’d rather work out from home, Emily will also be leading a series of live-streamed classes at the training club. Join her every Wednesday morning at 8am throughout October and November to start your day in the most energised way possible. To take part in the live-streamed classes or get…

6 min
pop psychology: what’s driving 2021’s biggest craze?

press play A toy that mimics the sensation of bubble wrap has become a cult sell-out among children and grown-ups alike. Alexandra Jones investigates our compulsion to pop Scented candles. Morning runs. A glass of wine at the end of a long day. These used to be the first tools we reached for whenever we needed to de-stress. But now, it seems, a little square of silicone is taking over. You might have one, or have found yourself drawn to one thanks to a child in your life. Perhaps you’ve seen one of the thousands of dedicated ASMR videos (sensory clips designed to relax you – more on which later) or passed by toy shops stacked with the multicoloured shapes. ‘Pop its’ do exactly what it says on the tin: with one…