Rebecca Gonsalves

Rebecca Gonsalves works on The Independent's Fashion Desk.

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Charlie Brown and his Peanuts gang inspires Danish-designed cartoon couture

A new collection by Danish designer Peter Jensen takes inspiration from an unlikely muse, writes Rebecca Gonsalves

Sam Farmer travel set, £20, samfarmer.co

Best beauty gift sets for teens: Presents that will make them feel grown-up, but elicit childlike joy

The teen years are difficult to traverse at the best of times, thanks to the pressure of fitting in – or standing out, but only in the 'right' way of course – as well as all those hormones.

Model wears: dress £399, shoes £179, both hobbs.co.uk

Footloose and fancy-free: flat shoes are back in fashion

The fashionable flat isn’t just for daytime: wear a pair this party season and you’ll be dancing all night

Christmas 2014: 17 best womenswear gifts

From key rings to cashmere slippers, we've got the gifts to please even the most discerning of fashionistas

Christmas 2014: 10 best beauty gifts

Want to get something special for the beauty-addict in your life but no idea where to start? We've got it covered

From Elemis to Benefit, the best beauty gifts this Christmas

With this selection, the more indulgent, the better

From concealers, to eye shadows: Party make-up for Christmas season

Cheap, cheerful and compact are my key criteria for Christmas party make-up
First spotted by a model scout when she was 14, Kloss's career has been shaped by her family

Karlie Kloss: Too good to be true?

She's been called the nicest model in the industry – and even bakes cookies for charity. Meet the model in an exclusive interview
Dior Homme

Jackets for Men: Day of the jacket

Menswear designers have gone hell for leather this season, giving the rebellious biker some oh-so-supple competition

The best products to help you sleep: From relaxing pillow sprays to calming bath floats

Sometimes there just aren't enough hours in the day to get everything done, and when I'm busy, be it with work or pleasure, a good night's sleep is the first sacrifice.

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