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Every week, LOOK is packed with the latest high-street fashion, insider tips and styling advice, as well as the hottest beauty news and products. In addition, there are up-to-the minute celebrity news, in-depth interviews and must-read features on a range of subjects from the UK and abroad.

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‘It’s with a heavy heart that Look closes our doors this week, and packs up our (probably Primarni) stillys in favour of something considerably more sensible. Launched in 2007, Look was the original glossy high street weekly magazine – lovingly curated by fashion and beauty experts, all of whom have helped deliver the very best fashion and beauty advice 24/7 – via @Lookmagazine, Look.co.uk and these here foldable pages. But honestly? Magazines are in trouble. But you know that. Yet if you’re as passionate about print as we are, then we urge you to log off, look up and treat yourself to a mag break once in a while. Screen-free. Social media is a patient beast, she will wait for you. Baby bumps, style slumps, births, bar mitzvahs, I dos, updos,…

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we love

‘From a work shirt to an off-duty denim jacket, this goes with everything.’ @harriet.davey Acting Deputy Fashion News Editor ‘Paperbag waists were all over the catwalk, and this one is the perfect height for a crop top.’ @roxienafousi Look Influencer ‘Tick off three trends in one with florals, frills and a wrap style.’ @maxfasheditor Fashion News Editor ‘This festival cover-up strikes the perfect balance between cool and classy.’ @daniellepeazer Look Influencer ‘I’m obsessed with mules, and these could easily pass for couture.’ @bridiewilkins Fashion News Writer If there’s one thing that makes us feel like a girl boss, it’s personalisation. Personalisation on all our arm candy and, case in point: card holders. Azurina’s designs come in every colour from orange and pink, to green and yellow, but the best bit? Free…

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michelle woman on top

“I feel much more confident in my own style now” When Michelle Keegan first started appearing in Look magazine, she was a small-time soap actress, playing Tina McIntyre on the cobbles of Coronation Street. But while the Street was a fine place to spend the early part of her career (Michelle ‘loved it’ as she confirmed to us several times), we always knew she was destined for much, much bigger things. Enter: Mark Wright. The pair met on a trip to Dubai in 2012 (the couple spent part of their honeymoon there to attest to that) and it’s said to be their desire to live in Mark’s hometown in Essex that gave Mich the push to quit Corrie and pursue her big-screen dreams. She announced her Weatherfield departure in June 2014, and bagged…

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these women earned their look cover star status. and here’s why…

1. HOLLY WILLOUGHBY, 37 Holly is funny, smart, speaks her mind, and is the kind of woman we’d love to go for a night out with. She’s the high street darling this year, with the help of her genius stylist Angie Smith, and Autumn 2018 will see her launch her first lifestyle brand, Truly Madly. A hit already? 100 per cent. 2. JENNIFER LAWRENCE, 27 When Look was first on sale, J-Law was just 17. She won her first Oscar just a few years later, and at 27 has achieved more than stars twice her age. The self-confessed awkward actress isn’t afraid to be herself and we need more of this #nofilter attitude from women at the top. 3. CHERYL, 34 Mum, campaigner and icon, Chez sure has changed in the past decade, but she’s…

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‘Beloved Look, a magazine I grew up reading, a great weekly with lots of fun fashion, great journalism, and interesting culture. I was so honoured to grace your wonderful pages and will look back on the magazine with the most fond memories. Thank you for being so supportive of me.’ @Iamlaurajackson ‘I am so sad to hear the news. My fave weekly mag and one of the only mags I regularly buy. They are also great at featuring plus and diverse woman.’ @daniellevanier ‘I was gutted to hear Look is closing. It’s one of my favourite fashion magazines. It gave me loads of inspo. Thanks so much for featuring me! I’ll always remember how it made me feel!’ @thefashionablepan ‘So sad about this. One of my favourite weekly magazines that I always enjoyed reading and who…

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#save magazines

COSMOPOLITAN The women’s monthly for investigative reporting, funny-as-hell features, fashion and beauty, dating, and women at the top of their game dishing out tips. GRAZIA Grazia is your weekly go-to for thought-provoking of-the-moment reads, with brilliant must-have fashion and beauty – it’s aspirational and affordable. RED Accessible fashion, a magazine fit to burst with must-read articles covering travel, food, homes and beauty, too. It’s the mag that speaks to every part of our lives. NOTEBOOK A treat with the Sunday Mirror, Notebook ticks every box. Affordable interiors, glorious fashion and beauty, and heaps of celeb and real-life content – it’s the perfect weekend read. STYLIST Clever concept covers, smart, divisive features and brilliant campaigns, like their current #visiblewomen – which champions those whose stories should be told. MARIE CLAIRE Packed with feel-good features, interviews with pioneering women across career, sex, dating…