Moya Crockett, Stylist Magazine

Moya Crockett

Stylist Magazine

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Past articles by Moya:

’Tis The Damn Season-ing: the Taylor Swift-inspired dating trend going viral this Christmas

Make like a festive Swift song and reunite with a hometown ex over the holidays… or don’t. → Read More

Heat-induced anxiety is real – here’s how to deal with it

If the heatwave has left you feeling more anxious than usual, you’re not alone. We spoke to experts to find out why anxiety spikes when the weather gets warm in the summer. → Read More

“I was scammed out of my life savings. Here’s what I want you to know”

Automated push payment (APP) scams are on the rise, and millennials are most likely to fall for them. Moya Crockett discusses losing her life savings and getting her money back. → Read More

Why these celebrities are calling for changes to the domestic abuse bill

Stars including Dua Lipa, Thandie Newton, Olivia Colman, Keira Knightley and more have criticised the domestic abuse bill for failing to protect migrant women. → Read More

Hailee Steinfeld’s Emily Dickinson TV series has a trailer, and it’s not what we expected

In the first trailer for Hailee Steinfeld's Dickinson, we see the acclaimed 19th century poet dance like nobody’s watching, play air guitar and enjoy some seriously “wild nights”. → Read More

Team Stylist’s favourite beauty buys for under £20

From a gentle but efficient exfoliator to a plumping high street mask → Read More

“My viral Twitter thread exposed the true burden of contraceptive admin – and we need to talk about it”

When Moya Crockett tweeted about the labour involved in getting hold of the pill, she went viral. But why are so many women struggling to access contraception? → Read More

Must-See Moment Award: were these the most unmissable TV scenes of 2018?

Killing Eve, Queer Eye, Doctor Who, Bodyguard and more are all nominated for the Virgin Media Must-See Moment award at the 2019 TV BAFTAs. Here's everything you need to know. → Read More

Queer Eye fans have raised over $95,000 to send Jess back to college

Fans of the hit Netflix show Queer Eye have raised $95,000 to send Jess Guilbeaux, the "strong black lesbian woman" from season three, back to college. → Read More

Why Winona Ryder’s agent begged her not to take the lead role in Heathers

“Everybody thought we were crazy to make the movie.” → Read More

Why we should all express more gratitude in the workplace

How does better sleep, fewer headaches and healthier eating sound to you? → Read More

The Man Booker International Prize longlist is dominated by women authors from around the world

Expand your literary horizons with novels set in Oman, Chile, Japan, Poland, China and more → Read More

The triumphant return of the feminist bookshop

Women’s bookshops were a vital part of the British feminist movement in the Seventies and Eighties. Now, they’re making a comeback → Read More

13 simple ways to support feminist activism this International Women’s Day

We can’t all become full-time activists – but we can all make a difference. → Read More

Men are freaking out about this science conference with an all-female line-up

Organisers wanted to show that it’s possible to have 100% women speakers at a scientific event – and men are crying sexism. → Read More

Why you should be your authentic self in the workplace

New research suggests it’s healthier and more productive should tell your employer if you’re gay, disabled, pregnant or have mental health issues. → Read More

How Phoebe Waller-Bridge responded to Olivia Colman’s Oscars win

Colman plays Waller-Bridge’s passive-aggressive stepmother in Fleabag – and the two women have been friends for 8 years. → Read More

We need to talk about the people who enable their friends’ sexual misconduct

Ryan Adams, Harvey Weinstein and Louis CK all reportedly knew people who turned a blind eye to their actions – and this complicity has to end → Read More

Why it matters that we’re getting a period emoji

Thanks to a campaign by Plan International UK, a period emoji is on its way. It won’t eliminate menstruation stigma on its own, but if it helps start important conversations, it’s worth it. → Read More

This is what Julia Stiles really thinks about 10 Things I Hate About You

One of the best rom-coms ever made is now almost 20 years old → Read More