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This £135 tie-dye hoody is the surprise must-have for summer 2019

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    We asked 4 drag queens to share their make-up tips. Here’s what we learned

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    People

    Why Adwoa Aboah has taken over Stylist this week

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    Food

    This recipe for no-bake mint Oreo cheesecake will make your mouth water

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    Travel

    An adventurous (and slightly anarchic) guide to exploring Iceland

    For Kesewa Aboah, an art residency in Ísafjörður turned into an equal parts magical and hilarious trip.

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    Kesewa Aboah
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    People

    Introducing Stylist’s very special guest editor: Adwoa Aboah

    The activist and model has taken over Stylist – and you can read her editor’s letter right here.

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  • The Style List

    Style List: 29 brilliant reads as chosen by Florence Welch’s book club

    Your summer must-read list, sorted.

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  • NHS Mental health nurse Kiran toora
    Careers

    What’s it’s really like to be an NHS mental health nurse

    “I didn’t think much about my progression, I just thought I had the best job in the world.”

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    Hannah Keegan
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    Fashion

    Adwoa Aboah on the importance of being honest about your feelings

    “I wish someone had told me it was OK to not feel good all the time”

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    People

    Free Periods’ Amika George on what’s next in the fight against period poverty

    Plus, women from Uganda, Myanmar, India and Kenya tells us why period poverty is a global issue.

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    Hannah Keegan
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    People

    Rapper Little Simz talks unconditional love, foster parenting and believing in fate

    From her thoughts on the meaning of life to her greatest fear, what will the rapper and singer make of our existential questions?

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    Elena Chabo
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  • Sonny Hall
    Books

    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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    Anna Fielding
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  • People

    Meet the inspiring teenage girls standing up for their beliefs around the world

    From campaigning against climate change to supporting children whose parents are at risk of deportation, these young women are making a change.

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    Elena Chabo
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    Long Reads

    Matt Haig reveals how his partner supports his mental health

    “When I was 24, I couldn’t even go to the shop for milk without having a panic attack”

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    Matt Haig
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    Life

    Why finding your tribe is the fastest route to happiness

    What’s the number one thing that can make you feel joyful? It’s not gin. Or cheese. It’s feeling like you’re part of a community.

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    Kate Faithfull-Williams
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    People

    Is 20-year-old Georgia Stanway the future of women’s football?

    “When you’re on the pitch, nothing else matters,” says the Manchester City and England forward.

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    Elena Chabo
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  • Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff
    Life

    How to be a feminist and watch porn, according to Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff

    “If you watch porn, you should care about the treatment of sex workers.”

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    Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff
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  • Life

    The UK’s best under-the-radar karaoke spots

    These are the most fashionable places to sing your heart out, when the urge hits.

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    Billie Bhatia
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  • Life

    How Adwoa Aboah’s Gurls Talk is helping women get strong this International Women’s Day

    And this is how you can sign up to their free event

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