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Red UK

Red UK January 2021

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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Country:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Hearst Magazines UK
Frequency:
Monthly
£3.33
£19.99
12 Issues

in this issue

1 min
contributors january 2021

ANNIE MAC shares some life lessons on page 48. THIS YEAR I’VE LEARNED… the more you accept change, the easier it is to process when it feels like the world is upside down. I WILL BE SPENDING TWIXMAS… in a tracksuit on the sofa watching films with my kids. KENYA HUNT talks about the power of handwritten cards and thank you notes on page 28. THIS YEAR I’VE LEARNED… to not hold on too rigidly to plans. 2020 has been one long exercise in how to adjust! I WILL BE SPENDING TWIXMAS… outdoors. Ideally, sipping a hot drink and watching deer in a wide-open field. PAULA SUTTON discusses the joy of antiques on page 128. THIS YEAR I’VE LEARNED…to expect the unexpected and that it’s never too late to embark on a new career path! I WILL…

2 min
the power of change

FROM LEFT Seaside style (page 73); finding positives in 2020 and vice-president-elect Kamala Harris (page 20) For this, our final issue in 2020, there felt no better theme to explore than change. Perhaps a year ago, the fear, uncertainty and challenges brought by a global pandemic would have seemed insurmountable. And yet, here we are. We have faced the loss of loved ones, economic instability, the immense pressure on the NHS, many months of lockdown in our homes, trying to do our jobs (if we still have them) from our kitchen tables, homeschooling our children, putting plans on hold – putting life on hold. And yet, here we are. Through the darkest of times, there have been some moments of light. The United States of America has just elected Democrat Joe Biden…

2 min
say it, write it, share it.

SEEN AND HEARD In our November issue, Candice Brathwaite mused on how, in the Black community, women are often expected to be silent and submissive. But, she explains, she’s determined to teach her daughter to speak up. This resonated with Helen Lapentti, echoing experiences from her own life. ‘Like Candice’s husband, I come from a conservative background, mine being South American,’ she wrote. ‘My father in particular was very old-fashioned and domineering. I moved to England 23 years ago and, over time, I have learned to identify and recognise the challenges that such an upbringing has brought. However, it wasn’t until reading this article that I could recognise the impact that suppressing my opinions, purely because I’m a woman, has had on me. The article’s impact went further: it made me reflect…

3 min
winter’s style stars

KNITTED DRESSES Introducing this winter’s headliner, the knitted dress – smart for work, elegant for evening and relaxed for the weekend, this is your wardrobe game-changer. Choose elegant neutral shades to keep this cosy style feeling sophisticated. QUILTED JACKET Warmer than the boxy blazer and more elegant than the weekend puffer, this is a perfect transitional jacket for day or night. Add a boudoir edge to elegant evening gowns and just the right amount of duvet dressing to your weekend attire. Dressed up Dressed down MAXI CARDI Cold-weather dressing gets the luxury treatment with the ankle-grazing cardigan. Chunky cable knits, belted eclectic prints, slimline, button-up, ladylike – there’s a style out there to suit everyone. Polished Printed Classic PYJAMA PANTS Sleepwear becomes outerwear when elasticated waists and loose fits are elevated in velvet, linen and silk – these are the perfect WFH…

2 min
spotlight on rouje

Damas was modelling in her home town of Paris when she started to upload stylish but laissez-faire pictures of herself on to social media platforms – before Instagram was even a thing. Gaining a huge following and creating sell-out capsule lines with brands such as Reformation, she decided it was time to make her own mark. ‘It felt a necessity to me to create something on my own, and be active instead of being dependent of the desire of clients to work as a model,’ she explains. In 2016, Damas launched her ready-to-wear brand, Rouje, exclusively online. Her collections are designed by women for women, which is a huge part of their appeal. ‘I believe this is an important part of our success, as we create clothes we want to wear…

1 min
the fashion influencer

LUXE LOUNGERS I spent most of last year waxing lyrical about the importance of a chic working-from-home wardrobe. Did I take my own advice? No! And now I find myself in need of a practical and polished matchy lounge suit. NYC label The Frankie Shop’s lilac combo is my favourite, and is available in macaron shades of blush, baby blue and lemon. See page 12 for more options and tips on how to style them. THE HI/LOW This holiday season, I’ll be taking inspiration from Alexa Chung and busting out a statement dress (never underestimate the mood-boosting power of a fabulous dress), but giving it a relaxed neighbourhood vibe with retro trainers and a belted trench. It’s the perfect mix when you want to feel special but have nowhere to go. ONE TO WATCH Ethical,…