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Jo Elvin
I’ll be honest with you: when I first read our feature ‘What’s Your Home Trying to Tell You?’ on page 44, I thought it all sounded a bit mad and far-fetched. But then I remembered my own brush with having a house ‘speak’ to me. I was house-hunting with my...
Nothing backless, no annoying straps... joy! By fashion editor Sophie Dearden Work These are sleek enough for the office and light enough to keep you cool Belted, £375, Belize, matchesfashion.com Tie-waist, £415, rag-bone.com White, £139, karenmillen.com Balloon sleeve, £85, stories.com Shirtdress, £139, baukjen.com High neck, £259, lkbennett.com Ruched, £59, cosstores.com Orange, £265, thefoldlondon.com Floral, £165, sezane.com Gingham, £79, ghospell.com Double buttons, £175,...
YOU’s resident astrologer Sally Brompton reveals your horoscope for 26th July-1st August 2021. So, what does the week have in store? SCORPIO 24 Oct-22 Nov Someone who seems wiser than they are will mislead you this week but you’re too smart to be fooled. But are you smart enough to realise this...
There’s been a welcome shift in the tectonic plates of planet fashion – and it’s made ‘something old, something new and something borrowed’ my new wardrobe mantra. Point me in the direction of a preloved designer store, a vintage shop tucked away on a busy high street or an...
Frank revelations from our unmissable sex columnist, Rosie Green (@lifesrosie) So I’ve met someone in real life. As in, not on a dating app. I know – what are the chances? Nowadays meeting IRL (as the kids say) must be rarer than a TV personality with a forehead that moves. So how did...
We know a positive attitude is the key to happiness, but how can we achieve it when those pesky negative thoughts won’t go away? Easy – just follow wellness guru Shereen Oberg’s nine-step plan Step 1 LEARN TO SEE NEGATIVITY FOR WHAT IT REALLY IS We usually associate negative thoughts with feelings...
The tics and verbal outbursts associated with Tourette’s syndrome are often mocked. But the women living with it (many undiagnosed) are isolated and ashamed. Anna Moore talks to three sufferers who decided to embrace this debilitating condition Anita’s tics began before she could speak – or before she knew she...
Uyen Luu
These vibrant, flavour-packed dishes from food writer and cook Uyen Luu will power up your weekday dinners in no time. Chicken salad with sugar snap peas, coriander and shallots This classic salad is seen at all celebrations, but don’t let that stop you from enjoying it on a weeknight. You can...
I’ve always liked Julianne Moore. I say that even though I’ve never actually met her. But I have confidence that if our paths ever did cross, I would still feel the same. The actress has always seemed to embody a dual strength and elegance. In an industry which is notoriously...
An old-fashioned Kent boozer serving up stunningly modern food? Tom is in heaven… There’s much to love about The Bridge Arms, a place that mixes old-fashioned boozer with resolutely modern restaurant. So while the pub is all ancient beams, parquet floors and framed photos of days long past, the dining...

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