Saturday, January 14, 2006

Gimme a break!

The Guardian has unveiled their latest supplement..for women. Check out the introduction to it.

Our world-class line-up of contributors includes international beauty expert Kathy Phillips, Vogue's former health and beauty director; the brilliant style gurus at Grazia, Britain's first weekly fashion magazine; Susan Clark, the most-knowledgable alternative health journalist; Jeremy Langmead, editor-in-chief of Wallpaper*, who has scoured the high street for interiors bargains; and great Observer writers Carole Cadwalladr, Rachel Cooke, Kathryn Flett, Louise France, Phil Hogan, Robert McCrum, Alex Renton and Nigel Slater.

Polly Vernon's honest look at the rise (and growth!) of women's obsession with body hair; a revealing interview with Elizabeth Hurley; and an astonishing profile of the woman who swapped her home, her job and her lovers with a stranger - Nancy Weber, who spawned a whole genre of reality TV in the process.

And once you've fed your mind, you can restock your wardrobe, kitchen, sitting room and home office, all from the comfort of your sofa - with Shop!, our fabulous monthly shopping guide.

So, let’s review what the Guardian thinks is soooooo important to women…beauty, fashion, alternative health, interior decorating, body hair and shopping. Gee, I’m so glad I don’t have to overwhelm my pea-sized brain with topics like…say….politics, finance, social issues. What century is this again? The 21st? or the 18th?

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