Linda Sharkey

Linda Sharkey has been an online journalist at The Independent since 2011. She is involved in different areas across the website and is currently the editor of our latest tool, Independent Plus. As the fashionista of the team, she looks after our Fashion section. Linda also shares her style on her pesonal blog www.fashioninsideout.co.uk

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Fearne Cotton in a Helen Moore scarf

10 best women’s scarves

From classic cashmere to stand-out faux fur, we try some autumn neckwear

Singer and designer: Pharrell Williams designs train-shaped handbags for French luxury brand Moynat

The 'Happy' singer launches his latest fashion collaboration with locomotive-themed handbags like

Agent Provocateur launches new lingerie collection with sexy film ‘Le Salon’

The luxury lingerie brand is famous for its saucy films and this is no different

Gonzalo: As an undocumented Honduran in Mexico, the 22-year-old still hoped to make it to the US, and held up this message for his wife and nine-month-old daughter in Honduras: 'Lorena, Rafaela, I miss you a lot. Back soon'

Mexico's train of death: Entry into the Land of the Free isn't merely unlikely – it's potentially lethal

The photographer Nicola Okin Frioli tells Linda Sharkey about the journey faced by hundreds of thousands of undocumented Latin American immigrants

Best and worst fashion accessories from the spring/summer 2015 collections

From shoes to tech gear, a round up of the shows

Introducing Liu Wen, the rumoured new face of the Apple Watch

The Asian supermodel is likely to be the new face of Apple's 'fashion' item

Sophia Webster’s exclusive pumps collection for Net-a-Porter.com

The Brit girl rocking the shoe world designs three pairs of classic pumps for the online luxury retailer

Go pink this month: Fashionable ways to support Breast Cancer awareness

From jewellery to handbags and lingerie, designers and retailers launch exclusive pieces, mainly pink, to support the cause

From the Duchess of Cambridge to Grace Kelly and Victoria Beckham - the world's most stylish brides

Conde Nast Brides lists Hollywood's most popular wedding gowns of all time

Karl Lagerfeld Barbie dolls sell out in under one hour, but you can still buy them on eBay for four times the price

The legendary German design is made into a doll with his signature grey pony tail, black finger gloves, a white collar shirt, black tie, tailored jacket and, of course, big sunglasses

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