The Gentlewoman Magazine
The Gentlewoman Magazine EDUCATION | CL Reading: Fashion
The Gentlewoman Magazine EDUCATION | CL Reading: Fashion
The Gentlewoman Magazine EDUCATION | CL Reading: Fashion
The Gentlewoman Magazine
The Gentlewoman Magazine EDUCATION | CL Reading: Fashion
The Gentlewoman Magazine EDUCATION | CL Reading: Fashion
The Gentlewoman Magazine EDUCATION | CL Reading: Fashion

The Gentlewoman Magazine

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  • Description
  • A fabulous magazine for modern women of style and purpose. Its fabulous biannual magazine offers a fresh and intelligent perspective on fashion that’s focused on personal style – the way women actually look, think and dress. 

  • Issue 24
  • The virtuoso rap superstar Little Simz is the face of the 24th issue of the magazine, photographed by Jamie Hawkesworth and profiled by Seb Emina. Across its 296 pages, the irrepressible British actor Shelia Atim rises to every occasion; Margaret Howell reveals how she got so darn good; the brilliant conceptual artist from Berlin, Christine Sun Kim on what listening looks like; the outrageously popular chef Ruth Rogers dishes it out and Ita O’Brien practises safe sex on screen. There are contemporary considerations, from the 100-year life to Carl Jung, along with a ritzy seasonal showcase of fabulous fashions.

     

  • Issue 23
  • The megastar actor Scarlett Johansson is the face of this 23rd issue, photographed in technicolour fabulosity by Inez & Vinoodh, styled by Mel Ottenberg, and profiled inside by Sophie Elmhirst.

    This instalment of the magazine is a tour de force of womanly power and hotdog heroines across its 238 pages, among them the Somali-born boxer Ramla Ali, the thoroughly modern ceramicist Akiko Hirai and the trailblazing fashion force Stella McCartney. There’s also radical action and opinions galore from the conservationist Isabella Tree, the east London restaurant dynamos Lori De Mori and Laura Jackson, and the powerhouse voice of Manchester, Rowetta.

    Furthermore, stylish critiques and smart ideas of the now are posited in essays by the writers Ann Friedman, Horacio Silva, Lauren Collins and Otegha Uwagba, while the fashions are quite simply divine.

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    10 Uses £0.80
    25 Uses £0.32
    50 Uses £0.16
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A fabulous magazine for modern women of style and purpose. Its fabulous biannual magazine offers a fresh and intelligent perspective on fashion that’s focused on personal style – the way women actually look, think and dress. 

The virtuoso rap superstar Little Simz is the face of the 24th issue of the magazine, photographed by Jamie Hawkesworth and profiled by Seb Emina. Across its 296 pages, the irrepressible British actor Shelia Atim rises to every occasion; Margaret Howell reveals how she got so darn good; the brilliant conceptual artist from Berlin, Christine Sun Kim on what listening looks like; the outrageously popular chef Ruth Rogers dishes it out and Ita O’Brien practises safe sex on screen. There are contemporary considerations, from the 100-year life to Carl Jung, along with a ritzy seasonal showcase of fabulous fashions.

 

The megastar actor Scarlett Johansson is the face of this 23rd issue, photographed in technicolour fabulosity by Inez & Vinoodh, styled by Mel Ottenberg, and profiled inside by Sophie Elmhirst.

This instalment of the magazine is a tour de force of womanly power and hotdog heroines across its 238 pages, among them the Somali-born boxer Ramla Ali, the thoroughly modern ceramicist Akiko Hirai and the trailblazing fashion force Stella McCartney. There’s also radical action and opinions galore from the conservationist Isabella Tree, the east London restaurant dynamos Lori De Mori and Laura Jackson, and the powerhouse voice of Manchester, Rowetta.

Furthermore, stylish critiques and smart ideas of the now are posited in essays by the writers Ann Friedman, Horacio Silva, Lauren Collins and Otegha Uwagba, while the fashions are quite simply divine.

5 Uses £1.60
10 Uses £0.80
25 Uses £0.32
50 Uses £0.16

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