COVER STORY: JULIANNE MOORE
She lives a quiet life in New York with her family, relishing the daily parental duties that come with having two children. But this 54-year-old actor is no ordinary mother and wife – Julianne Moore has just picked up a Golden Globes award for her performance as a sufferer of early-onset Alzheimer’s in the film Still Alice. MiNDFOOD talks to the famous redhead.
GOLDEN GLOBES: GLITZ, GLAM AND GOWNS
MiNDFOOD goes behind the scenes at the 2015 Golden Globe Awards ceremony. From the chef who is tasked with preparing dinner for the 1300 attendees, to the stylist who knows the power of creating the most talked-about red-carpet fashion moments, we speak to all the insiders for an in-depth view of what goes into creating this special night in Hollywood.
HEALTH: LIVING WITH ALZHEIMER’S
Watching a loved one with dementia “disappear” is a harrowing experience for all. But there are means to make coping easier.
BURKINA FASO: A NEW DAWN
West African country Burkina Faso has a chequered political past but a grassroots community movement has spearheaded a revolution and is hoping to bring about systemic change.
PSYCHOLOGY: LOVE AFER LOSS
Valentine’s Day tends to remind us of love gained and lost. When a person loses a partner the physical connection is severed but the emotional connection can live on. Three women share their stories.
2015 FUTURE BEAUTY TRENDS
From a major ageing breakthrough to revolutionary hair styling and injectable rejuvenation, the beauty landscape is looking very exciting. Plus, MiNDFOOD taps into trends in natural ingredients, fragrances
and the must-have products for the season.
FOOD: IN SEASON GRAPES & MORE
The mellow sweetness of grapes can be enjoyed as tangy desserts for autumn fare or to complement savoury dishes. MiNDFOOD also brings you easy lunchbox baking recipes free of refined sugars and takes you on a culinary tour of Sydney’s best burger joint.
MiNDFOOD March 2015 issue, on sale February 5. For an interview with Editor-in-Chief Michael McHugh, please contact Steve on (02) 9318 1300 or [email protected]