Stylist September 29, 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
“the workplace revolution is here – but what happens now?”

If you’d tried to predict in January what 2021 would be remembered for, very few of us would have put money on it being the year we all quit our jobs. Given that the third lockdown was in full swing, and those of us still working were considered the lucky ones, it was impossible to imagine that so many of us would willingly be walking away from the security of work just a few months later. This wave of change has been so profound, it now even has a name: the Great Resignation of 2021 (coined by organisational psychologist Dr Anthony Klotz) and it could have as big an impact on our lives as the other greats (Depression and Recession, rather than Peter) that came before it. It is hard…

5 min
florence schechter, founder  of the vagina museum

A ONE-DAY DIARY FROM FLAT WHITE TO LIGHTS OUT Florence, 29, is the founder and director of the world’s first vagina museum, in London. She lives in north London with her boyfriend and dog My alarm goes off… At 8am. Once I’m awake, I’ll spend an hour with my dog, Scruffy, then get ready and make some granola with yoghurt to have with my English breakfast tea. I’ll read the news on my phone for a bit, then head to the second bedroom, which I’ve turned into my office. If I need to go into the museum, it’s just a 20-minute walk away. I’m responsible for… Everything to do with the Vagina Museum. We’re the first bricks-and-mortar museum focused on gynaecological anatomy in the world. It’s really important that we have dedicated spaces and forums…

3 min
soak up surf-camp vibes at the wave

Travel Stylist’s head of video, Scott Nelson, heads to Bristol to try his hand at surfing, without a freezing temperature or coastline in sight Imagine always wanting to try sky-diving, but having a terrible fear of heights. That’s how I’ve always felt about surfing. While nothing seems cooler to me than riding a barrel wave, my enthusiasm wanes at the thought of being out of my depth in the sea. Fortunately, for those of us of a similar mindset, The Wave offers an opportunity to try your hand at surfing without dipping your toe into the big, scary sea – or biting-cold saltwater, for that matter. Tucked away in a beautiful rural location between the River Severn and the M5, the £28 million artificial surf centre is quickly and easily accessible from…

5 min
“give sabina nessa the respect she deserves”

words: billie bhatia It was only six months ago that there was a national outpouring of grief, flowers laid at the Clapham Common bandstand, vigils held for the tragic disappearance and death of a young woman murdered on her way home. Just last week, circumstances incredibly similar and equally as appalling arose again in the case of Sabina Nessa. There is a grotesque commonality in Sarah Everard’s death and Sabina Nessa’s death – both killed at the hands of male violence while walking alone at night – and yet, there is one stark and crucial difference that sets these stories apart: Sabina is not white. Sabina Nessa, a 28-year-old teacher, was murdered walking across her local park in south-east London to meet friends at a pub at 8.30pm on a Friday…

1 min
try our new 15-minute mobility workouts at the strong women training club

STYLIST ADVERTORIAL Whether you run or strength train, what you do on your rest days is important. Rather than increasing stiffness by staying static, start your 14-day free trial at the Strong Women Training Club and discover our new series of 15-minute mobility workouts. Suitable for all abilities, these sessions focus on flexibility, reduce future risk of injuries and help towards improving strength training PBs. As well as video workouts, a membership to the club is complete with training plans, exclusive offers, how-to-videos and premium fitness content all made by women, for women. Visit for more information or to sign up today…

7 min
“there was no way for me to play it cool with louis theroux”

feature Presenter Alice Levine talks to Stylist about her new docu-series, Sex Actually, the impact of candid conversations, and what it’s like to work with your TV hero words: Hannah Keegan There was a moment while Alice Levine was filming Sex Actually, her new Channel 4 docu-series executively produced by Louis Theroux, which explores sex and pleasure, when she was struck by the sheer comedy of the situation she’d found herself in. She was with a couple named Hywell and Jocelyn at the time, in their “gorgeous little chocolate-box cottage”, which also happens to have a sex dungeon in the basement. “They’re into BDSM [bondage, discipline, sadism, masochism], and we had agreed I would watch a session,” Alice explains. “As it was happening, I noticed Hywell was wearing a helmet to avoid hitting…