Rebecca Gonsalves

Rebecca Gonsalves works on The Independent's Fashion Desk.

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'Normcore' fashion: Blending in is the new standing out in latest catwalk non-trend

Just when fashion was in grave danger of running out of trends, it only went and invented the non-trend. Rebecca Gonsalves investigates

Jourdan Dunn gave TopShop’s Unique show some added glamour at London Fashion Week

London Fashion Week 2015: How designers make product placement fashionable

Courting a different partner each season is not great for the reputation, but sometimes needs must

Ashley Williams greets the audience at the end of her 2014 spring/summer runway show during the London Fashion Week in London on 17 September, 2013

London Fashion Week: Ashley Williams is a fresh fashion talent who shows that London is in no danger of losing its cool crown

Rebecca Gonsalves meets the young designer as she prepares for her first solo show for spring/summer 2015

London Fashion Week Sibling review: Eighties is in vogue as London trio take inspiration from Madonna

A collection for girls that just wanna have fun

The best foundations: These clever formulations won't suffocate your skin

September may now be the dog days of summer, weather-wise, but the shops are in full autumn swing – even if you want the full coverage of a winter-weight foundation as much as you're ready for bed socks and extra blankets.

Models backstage at the Bora Aksu show at Somerset House yesterday

London Fashion Week: Industry talks up its online credentials

From front-row tweets to catwalk click-and-buy, London is at the digital forefront

London Fashion Week review - J.JS Lee: A fresh take on summer staples

The shoulders of a young designer are pretty heavily weighted, so to add to that load the pressure of opening the proceedings of the new season can be a big ask.

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£20; rings £14.50, all Evie Armstrong-Clarke for CSM x Freedom
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Shard-inspired jewellery for Freedom at Topshop

Freedom at Topshop’s latest jewellery collection takes inspiration from London’s  ever-changing skyline,  writes Rebecca Gonsalves

François Nars is celebrating 20 years of his make-up line - and he's still ahead of the game

Make-up artist François Nars has worked with everyone from Richard Avedon to Kate Moss and Charlotte Rampling and on everything from Vogue to Madonna’s Sex book
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The rise and rise of The Goodhood Store

Since it opened seven years ago, The Goodhood Store has shaped the way east Londoners shop. Now it’s expanding into a bigger and even better space,  writes Rebecca Gonsalves

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