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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Fifty Shades of Grey movie: David Gandy reveals why he left the part of Christian Grey to Jamie Dornan

The British male model explains he ticked all the boxes, but it just didn’t feel right for him

Pixelated hair: The latest trend that makes your head look like a computer screen

Xpresionpixel is all about soaking colourful square blocks on your hair to create the pixel effect

Linda Evangelista, Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell and Christy Turlington in Versace in 1991

Naomi Campbell's former agent calls British models 'sh*t' and reveals the secrets behind 30 years of supermodel management in memoir

Carol White dismisses the English models, the new girls like Kendall Jenner and opens up about the dramas behind working with high-in-demand fashion

From plus-size models to athletic silhouettes, meet the models changing the fashion industry right now

From plus-size models to athletic silhouettes the fashion industry embraces diversity.

From Andy Murray to David Gandy, famous faces strike a pose wearing Red Nose Day's designer T-shirts

Karl Lagerfeld, Anya Hindmarch and Diane Von Furstenberg design the witty tees in support of Red Nose Day

The ultimate hair accessory: a life-size cat straddling your head

Just what you always wanted, a fashion accessory for cat lovers

Fifty years of David Bowie's hairstyles in one animated gif

The iconic British singer's birthday is celebrated with a series of illustrations that encapsulates his looks between1964 and 2014

Puma launches a colourful and metallic spring collection of sneakers in collaboration with McQ

Inspired by Alexander McQueen's archive prints, the collection combines the fashion house's edgy vibe with the sports brand's classic silhouettes

Front row at the Paris Haute Couture spring/summer 2015 shows

From Natalie Portman to Kristen Stewart, celebrities attend one of the year's most luxurious and opulent fashion shows

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s little brother, Toby, makes modelling debut

Good looks run in Rosie Huntington-Whitely’s family, with her younger brother Toby landing his first modelling job.

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