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

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Gucci and join forces to make a smartwatch

The Italian fashion house join the smart wristbands war

American Apparel tones down ads by airbrushing models’ nipples and pubic hair

The giant retailer goes to bizarre new lengths to tone down its racy ads and makes the headlines for the second time in a week

Brooklyn Beckham

Brooklyn Beckham proudly shares images from his first fashion campaign

The eldest son of David and Victoria proves he can do modelling, as well as his coffee job at weekends

Emma Stone arrives at the Golden Globes 2015

Emma Stone and Julianne Moore's stylists top Hollywood’s Power dressing list

Petra Flannery, the dresser behind the Lanvin jumpsuit at the Golden Globes, is officially the world's most influential stylist

Revealed: Nike’s ‘Just Do It’ slogan was inspired by a convicted killer’s last words

Advertising exec who invented the slogan revealed the real inspiration for the famous slogan

The Fashion Budget: What you'll be buying this year and how much it's going to cost you

Research by Lyst reveals how will men and women spend their money on fashion this year.

American Apparel gets another ad banned by advertising watchdog for sexualising children

ASA ruled that the ad of a young-looking model in a thong bodysuit must be taken down from its website and must not appear again in its current form

Chloe Sevigny poses with a lobster on her crotch in a daring shoot for Marfa Journal

The 40-year-old model and actress swaps her panties for a sea creature and adopts a scary 'sexy nun' role for the photoshoot

Our edit: Topshop’s new season styles for the trans-seasonal weather

These are the best buys at the high-street shop right now

Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen has been transformed into a 'environmental crime fighting cartoon'

The world's highest-paid model Gisele Bundchen is retiring from the catwalk

The 34-year-old runway veteran and highest-earning model for almost a decade could be ready to retire 

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