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  • capernaum
    Life

    Capernaum: why you need to watch this devastating and relentless film

    Take inspiration from Nadine Labaki’s heartbreaking tale of childhood survival, says Kemi J Williams.

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    Kemi J Williams
    Published
  • Beauty

    The best lightweight serum foundations for spring

    They feel like water but leave skin looking airbrushed

    Posted by
    Amber Ascroft
    Published
  • Stylist's guide to niacinamide
    Beauty

    Niacinamide: everything you need to know about the new super ingredient

    What is it, why should you use it and which are the best niacinamide products for skin?

    Posted by
    Amber Ascroft
    Published
  • If Beale Street Could Talk
    Life

    If Beale Street Could Talk is the romantic film everyone needs to see in 2019

    Here’s why the big screen romance is a must-watch…

    Posted by
    Stylist Team
    Published
  • Life

    Superhoe review: Nicôle Lecky’s extraordinary one-woman show is a work of genius

    “If you haven’t landed a ticket, it’s almost worth standing around outside to pick up any energy and warmth that may leak out of the air conditioning…”

    Posted by
    Phil Hilton
    Published
  • Film Review | Can You Ever Forgive Me? starring Melissa McCarthy and Richard E. Grant
    Life

    Can You Ever Forgive Me? is a beautifully observed portrayal of loneliness

    Melissa McCarthy is truly magnificent as an embittered and whiskey-soaked Lee Israel, says Under Her Eye’s Emily Gargan.

    Posted by
    Emily Gargan
    Published
  • Keira Knightley in 2019 film Colette
    People

    Colette is a pacey period drama with thoroughly modern themes

    Keira Knightley is back at her very best in this brilliant biopic

    Posted by
    Emily Gargan
    Published
  • Visible Women

    Sylvia at The Old Vic review: fierce, funny and astonishingly powerful

    The much-hyped hip-hop suffragette musical could have gone very wrong – but it triumphs in the face of adversity

    Posted by
    Moya Crockett
    Published
  • Opinion

    “In dark times, the women of Incredibles 2 are just the tonic we need”

    Male villains are dominating real-world headlines. How refreshing to watch a film where women, both good and bad, take charge.

    Posted by
    Moya Crockett
    Published
  • Netflix's Girl On Fire - Chloe Grace Moretz
    Life

    Why Netflix’s Brain On Fire is vital viewing for 2018

    Painful, harrowing and almost impossible to watch – but Netflix’s Brain On Fire is easily one of the most important films of the year

    Posted by
    Daisy Buchanan
    Published