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Red UK

March 2019

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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contributors

RADHIKA SANGHANIWrites about everyday ‘flexism’ on page 46 LOVE IS… the best thing to feel about yourself ON MY NEWSEASON SHOPPING WISH LIST IS… a well-fitting trouser suit so I can finally have a work uniform.THANASSIS KRIKISPhotographs our pink fashion edit on page 72 LOVE IS… everything. ON MY NEW-SEASON SHOPPING WISH LIST IS… No.88 cologne by Czech & Speake; the new Hasselblad H6D; a suede jacket by Saint Laurent.LORIEN HAYNESInterviews our cover star Jennifer Lopez on page 32 LOVE IS… my daughter, Lilac. ON MY NEW-SEASON SHOPPING WISH LIST IS… last season’s Gucci Marmont tote bag.Red is a member of the Independent Press Standards Organisation (which regulates the UK’s magazine and newspaper industry). We abide by the Editors’ Code Of Practice and are committed to upholding the highest standards…

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love is in the air

this season, fashion is rose-tintedGabrielle shares her story of love and lossgive your complexion some glow with the new-look foundations…and in the pages of this month’s issue. As a hopeless romantic myself, I don’t need much of a reason to fill the magazine with ardour, so Valentine’s Day presents the perfect opportunity. It all starts with our gorgeous columnist, Fearne Cotton, who lifts the lid on long-term relationships on page 29, when she asks, ‘How does love settle in the nooks and crannies of our lives without getting lost in the daily slog?’ I adore her for being so honest about her screaming matches in the park with husband Jesse Wood – and finding a deeper connection in the aftermath.Our cover star, Jennifer Lopez, may be in a happy relationship…

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say it, write it, share it.

THE JOY OF BEING ORDINARYIn our January issue, guest speaker Will Storr wrote about why we should stop blaming ourselves for not being amazing and instead embrace being ordinary. This resonated with many of you.Kym Yetton wrote, ‘Your article It’s Okay To Be Ordinary did me a power of good. I used to think, “What if this is all I can accomplish? What if I am just going to be ordinary?”It worried me because my friends and family members all seemed to be living the most extraordinary lives compared with mine. But I was happy, so I was confused. Why did I feel so unsettled? Your article helped put everything in perspective for me. Sadly, in our society, there seems to be a quest to always be better, to always…

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the spring trends

PRETTY UTILITYSoften your boxy utilitarian pieces with eyelet blouses and sweet accessories.Jacket, £299; city shorts, £159, both BOSSBlouse, £225, MajeBag, £400, By FarDress, £295, Harris Wharf LondonGabriela Hearst S/S 19Blazer, £189, WhistlesBow, £19.50, J.CrewTrouser, £145, WhistlesNecklace, £125, PandoraBlazer, £155, Iris & Ink at theoutnet.comSlouchy is key! Wear with chunky sandals or fresh trainersTrouser, £95, Iris & Ink at theoutnet.comBlazer, £695; shirt dress, £495; skirt, £645, all JosephSkirt, £32, WallisMules, £635, Manolo BlahnikShorts, £25, ASOS DesignDress, £410, Dorothee SchumacherTop, £75, CosDress, £135, CosShoes, £175, ArketEarrings, £6, M&CoCOOL TAILORINGSmart pieces are updated with unusual shapes, soft tones and contemporary details.THE NEW COLOUR COMBOSCobalt blue with tobacco is one of the season’s new pairings.Bag, L230, SézaneEarrings, L100, Rachel ComeyDress, L230, Samsoe & SamsoeVictoria Beckham S/S 19Coat, L59, Principles at DebenhamsShoes, L49, Charles &…

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the fashion influences

Shirt, £360, ZimmermannSunglasses, £205, Miu Miu at matchesfashion.comTrousers, £425, Rejina Pyo, net-a-porter.comRibbon clip, around £100, Jennifer BehrBag, £255, MajeNEW HUESIt’s time to refresh your neutrals with summer’s gorgeous new pastels. Blush pink makes tan feel luxe, baby blue adds a fresh, feminine edge to navy, and a soft lemon brings an extra indulgence to cream and white. Embrace the new colour rules.Chanel S/S 19Jacket, £165, JaegerShorts, £39.99, MangoGET SHORTYJust when you thought some trends were safely locked away in the 1980s archive, Lycra cycling shorts bopped their way on to the spring catwalks. This time round, they’re worn with long-line blazers and sporty heels. I’ll be embracing the trend with tailored city shorts in structured fabric (no Lycra, thank you!). Choose black, cut just below the knee and wear with…

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the finishing touches

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M OMEGA COAxial Master Chronometer £14,300Constellation Manhattan Ladies OMEGA Co-Axial Master Chronometer, £16,240BOLD AND BEAUTIFULWhether you love the androgynous look or you’re a die-hard girlie-girl, sometimes only the boldest accessories will do. Personally, I sit somewhere in the middle – I prefer elegant, feminine lines but in a bold, oversized scale, so this watch (right) from the new Omega Constellation range is perfect. The details are refined and feminine, but the size, 29mm, and the gold bracelet with polished bar links make a strong statement.Earrings, £17.99, MangoChloé S/S 19Shield Earrings, £365, Sonia PetroffTREND SPOT MAXIMALIST JEWELLERYFrom earrings to rings and pendants, big is best for spring 2019.Why wear one when you can wear three?A trio of Fendi ear cuffs, £350 eachBVLGARI B.zero1 yellow-gold ring, £1,540Elsa Peretti…

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