EXPLOREMY LIBRARY
Women's Lifestyle
Red UK

Red UK

September 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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Language:
English
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Hearst Magazines UK
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1 min.
contributors september 2020

SINDISO KHUMALO shares her exciting sustainable textile brand on page 23. SUCCESS IS… Using creativity as a force for good. THE BRAVEST THING I’VE EVER DONE IS… stepping into the unknown when I started my own business. KIRSTY GALLAGHER explores how we can use the moon cycles to improve our lives (page 142). SUCCESS IS… freedom, happiness and being able to do what I love every day. THE BRAVEST THING I’VE EVER DONE IS… quitting my job to travel to India on a spiritual quest. CHARLOTTE PHILBY talks about walking away from success on page 46. SUCCESS IS…a delicate balance of deriving satisfaction from what you do and being inspired to want more. THE BRAVEST THING I’VE EVER DONE IS… going ahead with an unplanned pregnancy when I was 27. Red is a…

2 min.
good things

I always find the September issue slightly disconcerting. When you’ll be reading this, shops will be starting to fill with autumn’s new fashions, yet we are more likely to be wearing swimsuits than shearling. And although there’s a definite ‘back to school’ vibe (even more so this year, when many places of work and learning will finally be reopening their doors), right now, most of us are taking some much-needed time out – even if it’s just in our back gardens. Yet, whatever you’re looking for in this moment, I hope we have it covered. On page 14, we introduce the five key trends of the new season, and from page 69, some of our favourite models showcase the designers’ best offerings, too – each picture was shot at home,…

3 min.
say it, write it, share it.

LOVE & GRATITUDE When our July issue hit the shelves, many of us were facing enormous pandemic-related challenges and grief. That included reader Anne Hunter, who wrote to share some moving and hopeful words. ‘I’m sat fully immersed in the fabulous July edition of Red. It’s a strange feeling, as lockdown life has been so very different for each and every person in the country,’ she wrote. ‘I lost my dad, while my mum was being nursed on a ventilator. They both had Covid-19. My mum wasn’t able to attend his funeral, held on the day she woke. My husband and I were the only ones able to attend. My husband has worked, cooked, cleaned, home-schooled and had his mum-in-law live in our dining room for months. (That’s love!) During our times of…

1 min.
shiny and new

Alexander McQueen’s latest shoulder bag is a chic new-season must-have. It can be styled in seven ways, each with its own unique twist, and is available in black or a covetable winter white. The sleek metalwork, masquerading as striking pieces of jewellery, gives it extra outfit-boosting powers. Wear it over your shoulder and the chunky, woven chain instantly elevates the simplest outfit, while the handle turns into a cool knuckle-duster when held as a clutch. It’s the bag that just keeps on giving.…

3 min.
5 ways to wear autumn

Shopping Checklist PRINTED 1970s DRESS CHUNKY LOAFERS ARGYLE KNIT SHEARLING JACKET CHECKED SKIRT UPDATED TRENCH LEATHER JACKET HIGH-WAIST TROUSERS GOLD JEWELLERY BIG SUNNIES THE POLISHED 1970s Think Ali MacGraw in Love Story meets Parisian girl about town. Colours are warm shades of tan, brown and cream, and accessories are polished and instant outfit elevators. Try an Aran knit with a checked midi skirt and belt a standout mac over the top. Lilac is the new hot hue – add a splash to your wardrobe with a silk scarf. THE NEW ROMANTIC We’ve fallen for the feminine pastels and rocky ruffles that make up the new romantic mood coming your way this autumn. Flocking on trouser suits and over-the-top blouses bring a poetic feel. Mix in metallics and military shades of burgundy and green for a rebellious edge. Shopping Checklist PEG LEG TROUSERS STATEMENT BLOUSE EMBOSSED TROUSER SUIT METALLIC BOOTS SILK NECK…

1 min.
new season, new styles

THE SATCHEL Autumnal-toned leathers make the return of this old-school shape feel brand new. THE SCOOP A fresh take on the structured bag with a distinct, fun curve. THE DOCTOR Embrace preppy and polished style with this top-handle design.…