'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.
The Sports Illustrated model now appears on Vogue covers too. But fashion's appreciation of her curvy body may just be a brief flirtation
People magazine has placed the award-winning 12 Years a Slave actor at the top of its annual poll, continuing a remarkable year for the star
First it was Hollywood dads at the Oscars, then men in John Lewis adverts and finally Jeremy Paxman. The end is nigh
New boss Godfrey Davis said the company had got it wrong by following its luxury goods rivals in continually putting up prices
From wide-fit shoes and maternity ranges to plus-size accessories, there's something for everyone in UK shops. The question is, why do they bother where others don't?
Mad Men is back for a final series and its sartorial impact cannot be overstated
This season is all about texture, and crocodile is in!
'Of course, in almost all cases, "makeup-free" celebrities are wearing plenty'
On May 27, the public got a chance to see and try out the prototype. What was it like, riding in the Google self-driving car?
The 'ugly' German orthopaedic sandals are flying out the stores after a renaissance on high-fashion catwalks
We couldn't pass it up: A luxury lifestyle company offered to send us a list of 'the perfume choices of the super rich'. Don't roll your eyes. Three cost less than a manicure and only one is out of production.
I never see the point of celebrity guest-editors of newspapers and magazines (nor, come to that, of Radio 4's Today programme).
without the long term commitment!
Twang your giant mummy pants with joy – Bridget Jones will return in a third book.
Once upon a time, the stereotypical banker was a suave, elderly gentleman. Or he was a slightly-chunky, middle-aged man wearing suspenders and shouting into a telephone.
Yes! It's that time again. Time for you to check out five awesome, totally unnecessary items that you're going to want to buy.
Not only does Brazil already possess a monopoly on all the good things in life – beaches, sunshine, carnival, caipirinha – it will soon host the two biggest sporting events on the planet, the 2014 Fifa World Cup and the 2016 Olympics.
A London Based Firm Create New Line Of Clothing Inspired By George Orwell's 1984.
From achieving a chic smokey eye look to choosing the right blush for your skin colour, here are 9 great make-up tips well worth sharing.
A new book supporting the 'no-poo' movement suggests that chemical detergents ruin your hair, but you'll need to pass through a smelly stage to achieve luscious results