Want to take your Need For Speed off the gaming console? We've got four cars to get you going...
Leather flooring, oak panels, swish sofas that wouldn't look out of place in an expensive hotel: the new men's shoe department in London's flagship Selfridges store clearly means business.
There's no question that women love shoes, and for all sorts of good reasons. They can make an outfit, make a woman four inches taller, or help perfect a walk.
Purple always makes me think of Jenny Joseph's poem 'Warning' ("When I am an old woman I shall wear purple/With a red hat which doesn't go, and doesn't suit me/And I shall spend my pension on brandy and summer gloves/And satin sandals, and say we've no money for butter").
Mango's Winter 2012 collection brings a modern silhouette to work wear.
If you love the theatre and the magic of fashion photography, then you simply can not miss the Tim Walker : Story Teller exhibition, running now through the 27th of January at Somerset House on the Strand.
This is a brilliant take on the some what strange Brad Pitt for Chanel advert .....
Fifty years on, James Bond has still got it. I’m not talking about his penchant for fast cars and fancy women (though that’s still there too), but rather, his steadfast personal brand. 007 remains cool, confident and immaculately dressed in Skyfall (released this Friday) – even after his shenanigans on top of moving trains.
My dear reader. Let us settle down after a scorching summer for a festive autumn season full of smouldering and sophisticated delights.
Who was Diana Vreeland? A fashionista extraordinaire, a former fashion magazine columnist and editor, and a one woman fashion bible who literally wrote the book, Diana Vreeland was to fashion what Bill Gates was to computers.
Eight out of 10 women in Britain are holding onto clothes that don't fit them. Are you one of them?
Now, more than ever, we live on screen.
By guest columnist Marisa R. Santoro
A charity is auctioning front row tickets at Milan fashion week this September for the princely sum of $95,000. Guardian's head of fashion, Imogen Fox, explains what you'd get for your money
Salvador Dalí once opined: "The difference between false memories and true ones is the same as for jewels: it is always the false ones that look the most real, the most brilliant." I make a point never to argue with surrealist geniuses (for one thing, it's exhausting: "It is a pipe, René; it just is… OK, not, like, an actual pipe… Yes, but who would even think it was?… I AM CALM").
Up until 1996, the word "acne" wasn't very fashion.
When I was 22, I realised how great gold looked at the beach.
Once all you needed for a beach holiday was a bikini, a towel and sunglasses. These days cover-ups are also de rigueur
'A good facial oil will have the same visual effect as dubbin on an old leather boot – lines and wrinkles are plumped, the surface is smoother, more supple'
I had no idea how desperate men were for help regarding fashion until I started writing this column.