Linda Sharkey

Linda Sharkey has been an online journalist at The Independent since 2011. She's Content Producer and online fashion writer. In the past, she's been involved in different areas across the website, including editor of mobile app Independent Plus.

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LA clothing label launches scented t-shirts that will smell good for dozen washes

The £86 tee will  keep you smelling as Le Labo's expensive fragrance

Kendall Jenner lands another big fashion job as the new face of Calvin Klein

The 19-year-old Kardashians' sister confirmed deal with the American clothing giant with the release of new campaign

Curvy model Kate Upton is returning to the big screen for the film The Layover

The 22-year-old model is reportedly starring in the road trip comedy alongside Glee actress Lea Michele

Charlotte Olympia will launch its first ever sneakers collection

The luxury British label joins the sport luxe trend with a capsule collection of five styles featuring its popular kitten and the spider web details

McDonald’s launches clothing line using Big Mac prints

The fast food giant has released matching thermals, wellies and a rain coat as part of its new collection

Masterpieces of Fashion Photography exhibition showcases previously unreleased images by legendary photographers like Horst

The London art photography gallery is offering limited editions of iconic works from every era - at 'accessible' prices

Rita Ora was taken ill on a modelling shoot in Miami

Rita Ora reveals all – from her 24 tattoos to what she likes to wear when no-one's looking

The 24-year-old singer explained she loves designing as much as she loves singing and why she wouldn’t be able to choose just one vocation if she had to

American Apparel is an archetype for the globalisation of 'cool'

American Apparel’s model agency leaked casting call saying it wants ‘real models’ not ‘Instagram hoes’

PhotoGenics agency reportedly assumes 'full responsability for the e-mail contents'

Pregnant Liv Tyler shows off her bare baby bump in fashion film for Proenza Schouler

The then-pregnant 37-year-old model and actress appeared outfitted in the brand's spring collection and sharing her thoughts about women

Revealed: Plus-size models sell more lingerie than slim models – and brunettes sell more than blondes

Research reveals that in the world of bras, the bigger the better.

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