Issue 422

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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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    Anna Fielding
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  • People

    Rita Ora on why her new album is her most truthful work yet

    After a steep learning curve, Rita Ora is back in control with a new album and a new attitude.

    Posted by
    Helen Bownass
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  • The Style List

    Style List: 30 of the best foundations

    Something on this week's Style List caught your eye?

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    Stylist Team
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  • Beauty

    The Stylist team reveal their signature scents and the stories behind them

    How did you find your signature scent?

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    Stylist Beauty Team
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    Travel

    This alternative Indian medicine technique can reduce your stress

    Stylist visits a British spa to discover a surprisingly authentic Ayurvedic experience

    Posted by
    Anita Bhagwandas
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  • Beauty

    What does beauty mean to women in the UK?

    In a unique exploration of beauty and identity, we ask 10 women to debate the intricacies of everything from colourism to class…

    Posted by
    Kate Faithfull-Williams
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  • Beauty

    “Make-up isn’t trivial – and nor are we who love it”

    Lucy Mangan used to think that having fun with make-up wasn’t for women like her – but now, she finds real joy in beauty rituals.

    Posted by
    Lucy Mangan
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  • Beauty

    How diversity became the new beauty ideal

    What does it mean to be beautiful?

    Posted by
    Hannah Betts
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  • Visible Women

    Remembering Christina Jenkins, the woman who invented the weave

    “It’s no overstatement to say Christina Jenkins changed women’s lives forever”

    Posted by
    Anna-Marie Crowhurst
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  • People

    Munroe Bergdorf on the cultural influences that have shaped her identity

    From Buffy the Vampire Slayer to Aaron Philip.

    Posted by
    Helen Bownass
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