A golfer whose handicap is zero is called a “scratch golfer”, and we have one here at Stylight. Then also, we have a marathon-runner who likes to repeat yearly. We’re a sporty bunch here at Stylight, that´s for sure!
Drum roll please… Kerstin Weng joins Stylight! Leaving the lofty heights of Cosmopolitan Germany’s Editor in Chief, Kerstin comes to Stylight to take the reins of our new editorial department.
How can you possibly perfectly pick your horror with such a wide array of streaming possibilities on the internet nowadays? Listen, picking the right movie is very important, it´s almost like choosing which college to attend or what to name your child. If you don’t want to end up with something you’ll regret for the rest of your life make sure you speak to Shanté or Angela – our two thrill-seeking experts.
Two different recommendations from two Stylight rock-climbers: the one favours the ´evil´ Despicable Me minions, the other would recommend The Shining.
Meet the founders of two ´clubs´: whilst one runs through parks, woods and on the streets, the other runs through books and runs a book-club. Find out who they are and perhaps even approach them to join them in what they love?
Whilst the one sips their coffee all black with just a splash of milk, the other will have an espresso just as black but then with foam. Both on the Content Team, but coffees apart. Meet Serena and Eva!
An American-born Canadian author, Linwood Barclay is know today as a novelist, humourist and columnist. Two Stylighters will agree on his popular detective novels being bestsellers!
Upon entering Stylight HQ during the next four weeks you might feel like you entered a facial-hair trend setting company rather than a fashion e-commerce company. Let’s tell you something we´re very proud of: we’re giving our all for Movember!
If only life could be about football and jokes, these two Stylighters would be merry as ever. Make her chuckle and you´ll be able to recognise her laughter in any crowd. Put him in a football stadium and he´ll probably be nominated as Fan of the Match (rather than Man of the Match) being so noticeable.
For almost 20 years, October has been Breast Cancer Awareness month, with the pink ribbon as its symbol. That’s why we swapped our classic purple for a lighter shade of fuchsia and showed our support for the Wear it Pink initiative.