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Stylist Live: join Caitlin Moran at our inspiring festival

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Whether you’re Caitlin Moran’s number one fan or are looking for career advice from the likes of Whistles CEO Jane Shepherdson, there’s only one place to be in October – Stylist’s festival of inspiration, Stylist Live. Returning for a second year with more than 150 talks and workshops, you’ll be able to learn how to code, how to be instantly calmer, and how to order wine like an expert, as well as get empowering advice from successful women such as authors Marian Keyes and Marina Lewycka, beauty vloggers Pixiwoo, chefs Gizzi Erskine and Thomasina Miers, entrepreneurs Liz Earle and Cassandra Stavrou and many more.

Taking place over four days at London’s Business Design Centre, ticket holders will be treated to a free cocktail thanks to Chambord, as well as complimentary beauty treatments from Urban Decay, Clarins, Caudalie and Rituals. Plus, take your seat at the Stylist Catwalk supported by Swarovski to see the key a/w 2016 trends brought to life by Stylist’s fashion director Alexandra Fullerton.

Book now so you don’t miss out on the talks you’d like to attend.


Stylist Live, 13-16 October, Business Design Centre, London N1; tickets from £25; live.stylist.co.uk

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