Jo Malone's new fragrance, Peony & Blush Suede is like a woman running down Kensington Church Street to catch the 52 bus.
Never mind the fact this video was created for people considering an MBA. It should be required viewing for anyone shopping the well-trampled high street.
It’s that time of year again!
Camouflage has always been cool – even in 1986, when Stan Ridgway sang that song about it that made it sound like it had an L in the middle.
It’s Sunday: Not a day of rest for most New Yorkers.
I have always felt coral to be an underrated colour, until this summer, when suddenly it's everywhere.
Keys, wallet, phone … concealer? Until this week, I was safe in the knowledge that my days as a New Romantic "dabbling" with my mum's eyeliner were over.
If Mario Ballotelli's departure for Milan left the Premier League a poorer place for displays of capricious randomness and daft haircuts, then Norwich's new striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel has filled that void with his Sonic the Hedgehog inspired sticky-up style (let's not let the brilliant name pass without mention, either).
Until recently, it was a summer dress that symbolised what you wanted out of your summer.
It's their fault, after all they brought battery-operated devices to the high street. Which makes vibrators pedestrian, right? Then you won't mind us mentioning a few that, well, got our attention.
Zenggi is an online fashion house that stocks luxurious basics for women. This season, the look is inspired by 'city comfort'. Banker-shopaholic Madame A asks Zenggi creator Marian Wigger a few questions.
Although summer is only just coming, for designers, autumn has already come and gone.
As I write, there is a hint of sunshine outside, heralded as ever by British wags on Twitter saying funny things like: "What's that ball of fire in the sky? We're all going to die." And since this column is pretty optimistic, I'm going to take a chance and discuss sunglasses.
When it comes to evening wear, the rules have changed. And the new rule is: break the rules. Dresses that caught our attention on the red carpet have moved from girly garments to all-out daring designs.
Our eyes have been peeled since we put out the call for man bags. And we found that it is true, bankers. One can tell a lot by the man bag you carry. And a lot of you need a new one. Now.
Only today did we realise how much we want a beautiful, vintage Easter Egg to hang around our necks from, say, the end of February until the week after Easter.
I've always tested men's fragrance with the same enthusiasm as women's and have discovered many a favourite. (I even adore Old Spice in moderation)'
Love colour, but feel clueless about what suits you? Most of us want to brighten up at work, but revert to the same old, same old in fear of getting it wrong.
In spite of their hefty price tag, some Birkin bags are reportedly being returned to the luxury brand – for smelling of cannabis
The art of repairing clothes was being lost, but with half a million taking up sewing in the last year, a whole new generation is picking up the thread
'Fruity floral scents are the olfactory equivalent of the nice, boring partner you take home from school to meet your parents before meeting someone more interesting and filthy at university'
For this one, we're leaving the creativity to the artisans.