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Red UK

November 2020

From gorgeous fashion, beauty, food and interiors to brilliantly written features and health, Red magazine is an intelligent, glossy read that offers the best things in life. And for a daily Red fix, there’s redonline.co.uk. From what-to-cook-tonight to booking a weekend away to shopping with the Red fashion team, it’s the best things in life – every day.

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United Kingdom
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English
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Hearst Magazines UK
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contributors november 2020

ENIOLA ALUKO Talks about her career in football and memoir on page 61. THE QUOTE I LIVE BY IS… Don’t let success get to your head or failure to your heart. WHEN I WAS YOUNGER, I WANTED TO BE… A world leader; I could recite the leaders of every country. INGEBORG VAN LOTRINGEN Teaches us how to decode the labels on our skincare products on page 102. THE QUOTE I LIVE BY IS… Train yourself to let go of everything you fear to lose. WHEN I WAS YOUNGER, I WANTED TO BE… A music writer and an MTV presenter, just so I could meet Prince. ZEZI IFORE Interviews Skunk Anansie singer Skin about her new memoir on page 50. THE QUOTE I LIVE BY IS… Prince lyrics: ‘Are we gonna let the elevator bring us…

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in pursuit of happiness

Life is full of tiny, yet perceptible shifts, isn’t it? Waking up one morning to a bite in the air that signals autumn’s arrival, the conversation with your child when it dawns on you that they’ve grown up just a little bit more, or reading something that instantly makes you view the world slightly differently. The latter happened to me when I read Happiness: Guaranteed on page 44. After achieving vast amounts of material success but still feeling unfulfilled, tech entrepreneur Mo Gawdat came up with this simple equation: happiness is equal to or greater than your perception of the events in your life, minus your expectations of how your life should be. Instead of viewing happiness as something we should strive for, it should become our default setting – an…

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editor's picks

PHOTOGRAPHY: CHLOE MALLETT, CHIARA ROMAGNOLI. KEELEY WEARS DRESS AND BOOTS, BOTH VICTORIA BECKHAM…

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say it, write it, share it.

THE REALITY OF TRYING In our September issue, Martha Hayes wrote movingly about her struggle with infertility, and her journey to considering donor conception. Her story resonated strongly with Rebecca Taylor, who wrote to share her thoughts. ‘From the very first sentence, I felt this could have been written about me,’ she wrote. ‘I, too, was told quite casually by yet another fertility doctor that my ovaries were “quiet”. It was a phrase that meant nothing to her but everything to me as a woman. This was also some time after my husband and I had been told that we had a 2% chance of IVF working for us, due to low ovarian reserve. It was the worst day of my life. Of course, like Martha, we tried anyway, in the vain hope…

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the famous five

1 THE BALLOON PANT Nipped in at the waist, slightly looser at the thigh and tapering to the ankle, this is the shape you need in your wardrobe right now. Flattering in all the right places, with just a hint of 1980s New Romantics cool to score some retro style points. DRESS UP DRESS DOWN 2 THE OTT BLOUSE This season, the blouse is big news. Oversized collars and bib detailing will add a touch of effortless elegance to all your off-duty hero pieces, complementing everything from cashmere to corduroy. THE BIB THE PETER PAN THE RUFFLED 3 THE KNITTED VEST Winter isn’t complete without a new knit, and this year it’s all about the vest. Fear not; this is less librarian, more preppy chic, with playful stripes and cricket-jumper cabling. Perfect for showing off statement sleeves. FOR THE WEEKEND FOR WORK 4…

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spotlight on janet’s list

In 2017, family law barrister Janet Oganah used her expertise and knowledge of business, diversity and digital spaces to launch the curated website platform Janet’s List. Why? ‘I was frustrated by the fact that there were amazing independent brands by Black women and women of colour in the UK that were not getting the visibility, support and mainstream presence that I felt they deserved,’ she explains. Focusing on lifestyle, the site is divided into categories such as hair, gifts and jewellery, each with its own list. Every highly desirable brand – from Yala Jewellery to Nalu Afrika’s beautifully printed pieces – is carefully selected by Oganah. ‘I’m always looking out for new brands,’ she says. ‘I buy direct from them to test their products and process.’ Her criteria? ‘I look for…