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Be the star of Stylist’s Work Life page


For our very special 24-hour issue, we will be finding, interviewing and photographing our next Work Life subject, all in the space of one day. Here’s how it could be you…

Is yours a job that makes others green with envy? Do you find yourself cornered at dinner parties by those clamouring to hear about the minutiae of your 9-5? Perhaps you’ve always wanted to give your underrepresented and quirky profession a huge shout out on the pages of your favourite magazine. If so, and you have a back-catalogue of workplace wisdom to rival Sheryl Sandberg, Stylist wants YOU.

We’ve featured all sorts of women, from fisherwomen and vicars to circus ringmasters and nurses, on Stylist’s Work Life pages, so no job is out of bounds. All we ask is that you are willing to talk in detail about your job, daily routine and work/life balance, and that you are happy being photographed in your work surroundings.

The chosen candidate will be a woman with an interesting, thought-provoking, unusual, or intriguing job that we haven’t featured in the magazine before.

You’ll need to be available between 12pm-3pm on Friday 8 November for a 45-minute face-to-face interview and 90 minute photo shoot (you will need permission from your employer to have the photo shoot in your office). Hair and make-up will be provided and we would ask that you please don’t wear black on the day.

The piece will appear in print in the Wednesday 20 November issue of Stylist.

To enter: Simply reply to our Twitter shout out, which will be sent from the official @StylistMagazine Twitter account at around 10am on Friday 8 November. When replying, you will need to include your name, job title, age and a clear image of yourself. The final candidate will be notified via Twitter at around 10.45am on the same day.






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