Baz Luhrmann’s much anticipated movie The Great Gastby has revived the romanticism for the roaring twenties. This blockbuster was released about a month ago, and has received praise from critics and movie goers alike. If we can find the will power to tear our eyes away from Leonardo di Caprio long enough, we may notice the glamorous style captured by the film and the endless fashion possibilities. Here are a few tips on how to get that glitzy Gatsby look.
The moment when H&M announces a new designer collaboration is the fashion industry equivalent of Glastonbury divulging its headline acts.
Are you sitting comfortably? If not, is it because you are part of the estimated 80% of women who are suffering from that scourge of modern times, the ill-fitting bra? You are? Well, have I got potentially good news for you.
The other night I went to a dinner party, because that's what people my age are supposed to do.
Susan Sontag, in her 1964 essay Notes on Camp, writes that "the hallmark of Camp is the spirit of extravagance".
It's just so weird that no one mentions the 1170s, isn't it? So thank goodness Dolce and Gabbana pointed out the brilliant Byzantine chicness of 1174 with its AW13 collection, which references the mosaics in the Catedral de Monreale in Sicily.
While sweatbands and headbands have long been part of the tennis style shtick, socks have previously only really come in the short, white and bright variety.
I have just turned 30, so I have decided it is time to buy a proper facial moisturiser.
The sun is out. You’re reaching way way back in your wardrobe for all the summer clothes you haven’t seen for the last six icy months. You’re feeling joy, relief maybe, but there’s also a niggling feeling in the back of your mind that reminds you of 5-year-old pestering its mother for ice cream. It’s because you haven’t been to the gym in absolutely ages and the thought of stepping out in shorts is actually terrifying. There’s no avoiding it, you need to get active. But there’s a silver lining in the form of awesome work-out gear.
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.
For this one, we're leaving the creativity to the artisans.
I hope you're having a sparkling winter, truly I do. I pray that you're visibly delighted by the prospect of the freezing months ahead, skipping through the snow, pausing at your white-topped front gate to French a beautiful lady before dancing off into the three hours of natural light the day affords you, like Bill Murray at the end of 'Groundhog Day'.
Dig out your stetson: Topman Design, the catwalk collection of the high-street brand, showed a western-themed spring/summer 2014 collection on Sunday as part of London Collections: Men, the flourishing men's fashion week.
Having just landed on my outfit for a wedding this weekend, I was totally in the mood to read how other women get ready for big events.
Three years ago, facial serums were about as sophisticated and spendy as beauty got. Nowadays, they've replaced toner as a more useful skincare basic (cleanser for clarity, serum for problem-solving, SPF moisturiser for comfort and protection – the rest is detail), and something you can pick up in the nappy and toothpaste aisle of Asda.
After a while away, I got to shop King's Road. It was so good.
The long necklace can be a tricky thing. On the right person, it can finish an outfit. On the wrong person, it can, well, totally finish an outfit.
Believe it or not, summer is on. Now, I love summer in the City as much as the next Global Warmer, but I've always preferred Autumn/Winter fashion when it comes to the sweaty Tube/air-conditioned office conundrum.
The 73-year-old designer and campaigner on what drives her, the last time she cried and why she eats so much lettuce