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When you're a designer you have to compartmentalise yourself ever so slightly into
creating things in a certain way. They say you should never restrict how you go
about things too much, but I think you need to give your work focus and make sure
it goes in a certain direction, and that should be much the same in terms of the
magazine you choose to read as well. For me, Elle Decoration takes design as being
serene, classy, complete, warm and feminine. It's a beautiful magazine that works
so hard to offer new ideas to readers, and I really appreciate that in a title.
Cath Kidston, Renowned designer
I love keeping up to date with what's going on and I find titles like Prima really
great for lifestyle and decorating tips. I'm always on the go, so I want a title
that I can read in bits. I'm afraid the days of absorbing some long drawn-out piece
are over for me! Glossy, honest, genuine - Prima would be my first choice for the
fact it's got enough in there to last me the week!
Ruth Langsford, This Morning host
I like Cosmopolitan and will pick it up whenever there's a new issue out. I'm only
24 and I realise most people reading the magazine are older than me, but I like
the fashion elements and, well, it makes me feel grown up reading it! I'm like most
people - fascinated by who's wearing what. I like to think I'm wearing things that
make me look like I know about fashion - even though I don't really! Cosmo has a
more sophisticated tone and some really stylish ideas, so that works well for me.
Jorgie Porter, Hollyoaks Actress
I like to brush up on fashion. I'm known for my jackets and sometimes clothing that's
a bit different, so I'll always look out for Esquire to see what's going to be hot
around town. I'm not sure striped blazers are really designed for what I put them
through when crowd-surfing, but that's rock 'n' roll. Esquire is a top read - not
too snotty, yet big on style and nicely written in a way that makes you smile. Like
an 'in gag'.
Ricky Wilson, Lead singer of Kaiser Chiefs
Caroline Feraday loves Red
I like Red for the range of features it has. There's always a really good mix of ideas, particularly around fashion and homes – my two favourite subjects! At the end of the day it's a well-rounded read, and one of those fat mags that reassures you you're getting value for money!
Caroline Feraday, BBC DJ and Sky Newsreader
Nadia Sawalha loves Elle
Women's mags have changed so much over the years, but for the better. There are so many about these days that each knows it must be right up to speed with fashion, advice and style. That's why I like Elle. It takes the latest ideas from the catwalk yet represents them in a way that means you can replicate that style on the high street, and that's clever. It has a long history of being the standout women's magazine, and it shows.
Nadia Sawalha, Actress and TV presenter
Michelle Monaghan loves Elle
To name a favourite magazine is tough, but certainly high on the list would be Elle. It's a fantastic magazine that takes style from the catwalks and into people's lives. It doesn't judge, but it certainly has its finger on the pulse. The power of these fashion titles is huge – I know people who will think twice about wearing something if it's not referenced in that month's issue!
Michelle Monaghan, A-list American actress
Emma Forbes loves Good Housekeeping
I love Good Housekeeping. You can get so many good ideas from the magazine and adapt what it says to your own style. And they always interview really interesting people. That's the whole package for me and it's always great to sit down with a copy.
Emma Forbes, Radio and TV Presenter
Jessica Forrest loves Good Housekeeping
Good Housekeeping has become a real favourite over the past couple of years, I must admit. I think as we get older, we all get a little more obsessed with homeware! Well, I do anyway! I can't wait to go home and stick the new plants I got into some old battered wellies. But seriously, I love it - so many ideas for the home. A great magazine.
Jessica Forrest, Hollyoaks actress
Louis Smith loves Men's Health
I subscribe to Men's Health and have done for a few years now. Although I'm an athlete with a set training routine, it still helps for me to research the latest tips on keeping fit and working out – it's a magazine that I always read cover-to-cover every month. Of course, one day I'm hoping I'll be on the cover, but until then...! I'm not really into sporting magazines – I might end up reading something about a competitor that I don't want to know – but Men's Health takes the right tone, talking to the man in the street.
Louis Smith, British Gymnast and Olympic Gold Hopeful
Kirk Norcross loves Men's Health
Kirk Norcross, ex-TOWIE star
Giles Deacon loves Men's Health
I'm passionate about hiking and swimming – I go for a swim every morning – so I guess you could say something like Men's Health works for me. The content takes the standard goals of getting and staying fit and repurposes them over time, so you might find you need only buy it for six months then you pretty much know everything!
Giles Deacon, Men's Health
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