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 worked in different areas across the website, including editor of mobile app Independent Plus.

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Grand National Festival 2015: Chanel-inspired 'Style Code' produces mixed results at Aintree’s Ladies Day

A variety of daring dresses, some fine hats, and an awful lot of fake tan paraded the racecourse today

German fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld has denied involvement in the fragrance Paper Passion.

Karl Lagerfeld turns down role in Zoolander 2

The legendary designer explains why he won't appear on the sequel of fashion's favourite comedy

Game of Thrones invades fashion magazines: From Maisie Williams in Dazed to Emilia Clarke in Vogue

The series' stars cover the glossy magazines, some full in-character and others unrecognisable

American Apparel’s latest campaign star is a furry three-toed sloth

The controversial clothing label features a rather unusual model - more covered up than normal

Shopping edit: What to buy from Amazon Fashion right now

From dresses to shoes, these are the best buys from the online retailer's spring collections, featuring a variety of brands and designers

Dove’s powerful #ChooseBeautiful campaign reveals 96% of women consider themselves average looking

This is what happens when women are forced to choose between walking through doors marked 'beautiful' and 'average'

Stylist spoofs Kate Moss and Penelope Cruz in a series of parodies of fashion adverts

Natalie Croquet imitates Kate Moss in cheeky Eleven Paris shot and Freja Beja Erichsen in a Zadig and Voltaire ad

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James Corden to host the 2015 CFDA Awards

The British comedian lands another big gig in America as the MC of the prestigious fashion event

Antonio Banderas at the San Sebastian Film Festival last month

Antonio Banderas set to become fashion designer

The veteran actor is now a clothing design student at Central Saint Martins in London

The popular JNCO jeans from the 90s are making a comeback and teenagers are horrified

The ultra-wide straight legged denim jeans from the nineties will return in 2015, but the new generation doesn't seem pleased

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