November 19

 Culture 

Violinist, Songwriter, Beatmaker: Sudan Archives Brings Her Richly Eclectic Sound To New Album ‘Athena’

“With the album, I thought: wouldn’t it be cool to have a collaborative effort, like in church?”

 Fashion 

Soft Tendencies

Power dressing isn’t all hard lines – add drama to your wardrobe with slouchy suiting, oversized ruffles, buttery suede and cosy wrap coats

 Fashion 

Wrap Up – But Make It Fashion! The Contributing Fashion Ed’s Guide To Statement Knitwear

Woolies, but not as you know them

 Beauty 

The New Black: Online Beauty Editor Tania Grier’s Guide To Switching Up Your Eyeliner

Nailing the perfect cat-eye flick, however, remains in the hands of the beauty gods

 Culture 

Lazors, Spooks and Firelighting Rituals: Welcome to the November Culture Hitlist

Tickets for the limited theatrical release of Scorsese’s new mob movie The Irishman are expected to sell fast, so don’t sleep (with the fishes or otherwise).

 Lifestyle 

From Erotic Short Stories to Versace Candles: Discover What the Editorial Team is Loving in November

This month we want to wrap ourselves in Hanro’s merino wool cardi and spritz on Floris’ ode-to-cosy fragrance, Vert Fougere

 Culture 

Need-To-Know Kiss FM Presenter Daisy Maskell is Waking Up the Nation

Our new series distills the life wisdom of some of our favourite humans

 Culture 

Remember, Remember… To Tune Into This Autumnal Audio Goodness From the Music Editor

Afrobeat, neoclassical, hip hop – it’s a big old sonic harvest

 Culture 

Ella Henderson Makes a ‘Glorious’ Return with Her New EP

The 23-year-old singer talks self-love, life lessons and music as therapy 

 Culture 

Meet the Ladies of Drum and Bass

Our new series distills the life wisdom of some of our favourite humans

 Culture 

‘Knives Out’ is Highly Watchable Fun But Does Little to Revamp the ‘Whodunit’ Genre

“More nimble than Branagh’s Murder on the Orient Express, naughtier than your average Miss Marple,” says the Film Editor

 Culture 

Arthouse Flourishes Fail To Save ‘The Lighthouse’ From a Deep Sea of Tedium

Eggers imagery – crisp and detailed – isn’t enough to offset the endless garblings of two rum-infused blokes doing impressions of the sea captain from The Simpsons

 Culture 

Bella Ellis – Pseudonym for Acclaimed Author Rowan Coleman – Reimagines the Brontë Sisters in New Book

Part imagination, part biographical fact, ‘The Vanished Bride’ has much to say about heartbreak, addiction and female relationships

 Food & Travel 

From Brixton’s Maremma to Camberwell’s Nandine: Where to Eat in November

The delicious, doorstep-sized sarnies at Sons + Daughters are worthy of Joey Tribiani

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