23 October 2012 by

In This Week’s Issue: Kristen Stewart And Robert Pattinson’s Shock Reunion, PLUS - Stressed? Try The New F**k It Therapy!

 


We don’t know about you, but the stress of planning Halloween costumes is just getting all too much! Why not relax with this week’s issue of Grazia instead? What with rumours that Katie Holmes is getting back Tom Cruise and our big reveal of the country’s most stylish cities, we’ve got a brilliant issue for you this week, so sit back, relax, and enjoy!

Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart’s relationship is back on. But what’s the full story behind their first public outing? Grazia reports…


Ah student life. Three years of boozing right? Not anymore. Thanks to soaring tuition fees and a battle for jobs, increasing numbers of women are eschewing beer for books. Grazia heads to Bristol for a night out with a sober fresher. 


Lena Dunham, 26, is the star of Girls. She’s also – shock horror – not a size 8. Ditto Lady Gaga, whose weight gain has caused controversy, Salma Heyek, who admitted to ‘enjoying’ food, and Mila Kunis, who’s gained two stone because ‘she’s happy’. As the debate rages, writer Byony Gordon asks: why is it so shocking to be ‘size normal’?


PLUS In need of some wardrobe inspiration? We’ve been doing some detective work and can now reveal the most sought-after labels, bags, shoes, knits and denim for autumn/winter 2012, snapped up by the coolest girls on the block.


ALSO, after a decade of big, shouty platforms and wedges, we’re witnessing an overnight shift in shoe trends to super elegant stilettos. Grazia’s Katherine Ormerod meets the man behind those heels, show guru Manolo Blahnik.


It’s a controversial new therapy that promises to reduce anxiety and kick into tough those late-night urges to answer just one more work email. But does simply say ‘f**k it’ really work? Grazia reports.


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