Anna Fielding

Anna Fielding is a freelance writer and editor. She was previously the associate editor of Stylist.

The Equal Pay Act is 50 years old – so why are women still not being paid fairly?

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    Late Prozac Nation author Elizabeth Wurtzel’s legacy

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    Exclusive: Jess Phillips gets real about Brexit chaos, Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn

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    Why it’s still okay to have a cuddly toy – even as an adult

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Sonny Hall is the poetry poster boy you’re going to want to read next

This model and poet is set for literary stardom.

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Derry Girls recap: Nineties music and a secret Take That trip

The gang take a booze-filled trip to Belfast

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Derry Girls recap: inspirational teachers and Christmas cupboard break-ins

The second episode of season two sees the girls (and James) falling for the charismatic Ms de Brún – and the parents getting their own subplot.

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Life

Derry Girls is back: here's what we made of the start of the new series

Get ready for misunderstandings, abseiling and full-on fist-fights

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Rose McGowan on leaving Hollywood behind and being an outsider in the wake of #MeToo

You’re only as sick as your secrets, says the actor and activist

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Captain Marvel’s personal trainer on how he helps women get strong

Brie Larson’s trainer, Jason Walsh, opens up about what it’s really like to help women harness their power.

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This Dorothea Tanning exhibit honours the genius of an overlooked modern artist

And Stylist readers can get two-for-one tickets to the show at the Tate Modern.

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Malala Yousafzai on the resilience and strength of refugees around the world

Malala Yousafzai has been in the public eye since she was 12. Now she wants the world to listen to other girls like her.

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Christmas

Learn the history of your favourite Quality Street chocolate

Revealing the sometimes mysterious stories beneath the shiny wrappers...

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Why Elena Ferrante’s My Brilliant Friend will be your new TV obsession this winter

Mark your calendars.

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Visible Women

4 female MPs on what it’s really like to be a woman in parliament

Women won the right to become MPs 100 years ago today. But do our current crop of female MPs feel that everything is equal?

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Ruth Davidson talks Brexit, pregnancy and whether she wants to be prime minister

An intimate conversation with Britain’s youngest ever political leader – and the first to be openly gay.

Life

Everything you need to know about the new Captain Marvel trailer

Here's your first look at Marvel’s most female-friendly film

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M.I.A on the importance of fashion for self-expression

"I’ve never felt, as a woman in music, that I've had to get my body out"

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Fashion

Crazy Rich Asians: costume designer Mary Vogt shares film’s fashion secrets

Mary E Vogt, costume designer for the film of the moment, reveals all...

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Why Mary Beard is our ultimate powerful woman

When we grow up we want to be Mary Beard

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Experience the calm of Kefalonia

Stylist finds a quiet place in a boutique hotel in Greece

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Is Mrs Banks a positive representation of the suffragettes?

"Her feminism is one of the reasons the family needs the “practically perfect” Mary Poppins to step in."

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Us too: it’s time to make every Harvey Weinstein feel small

Half the world accepted abuse as part of their life and the other half walked around blind

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