About Red magazine
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It interviews the biggest celebrities from around the world, getting under the skin of who they really are, how they keep themselves in shape and what makes them tick.
For those women who want to have fun in their read without being mind-numbingly frivolous, it finds that perfect balance between information and entertainment. Which is perhaps why it was the 2012 winner of Consumer Magazine of the Year.
Unlike some of its competitors, it doesn’t just deliver a wafer thin fifteen-minutes-worth of content. It’s a monthly publication with real depth, which means you get more brilliant content for your buck when you buy a subscription.
It also knows how to tackle the difficult issues of the day – be it relationship worries, health conditions and even current affairs.
It’s not all doom and gloom, of course. There are practical tips for around the home, advice on making your money go further, fun horoscopes and all you could wish to know about this season’s fashion.