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I'm going on a girly break in Cornwall next week and am in a fashion quandary.
Although summer is only just coming, for designers, autumn has already come and gone.
When it really comes down to it, style of any sort is only ever about tension.
When I was 22, I realised how great gold looked at the beach.
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.
Once upon a time, in the dim and distant past – around 2010 – you were no one on the front row of a fashion show unless you were dressed up to the nines.
What do women want? Alison Loehnis, the woman at the helm of Net-A-Porter, knows the answer straight away.
The 73-year-old designer and campaigner on what drives her, the last time she cried and why she eats so much lettuce
As the holiday party season is (perhaps too quickly) approaching, "To glitter or not to glitter?" should be the question.
The look: all about a good-quality pair of jeans, a just-jolly-enough knit and something with an outdoorsy detail (hiking boot, backpack).
There are two kinds of bankers: those who like trucks, and those who don't. And of those who do like them, there are two further kinds: those who want luxury SUVs, and those who want as much kick-ass truck power as possible.
Two of the conical bra stage costumes that became synonymous with Madonna's onstage persona during the 1990s have been sold for almost £50,000 at Christie's in London.
The catwalks have already embraced bright prints and embellishment, but this bold new look may prove tough for high street fashion brands to pull off
If you can't beat them, buy them!
The worldwide fashion brand/designer’s flagship store opens on Thursday in Mayfair, featuring polished-concrete stairs, a signature scent and, possibly, David working as a doorman
Give your lashes a lift this autumn
Autumn is the best season to get dressed.
According to a quote from Nike designer Tinker Hatfield we should be seeing 'Power Laces' in 2015. The future is nearly here.
Florals and and cool musks are the smells to be wearing this season
Wearing oversized clothes can make you look like a slob. But if boyfriends don't like boyfriend clothes that's good enough for me.