Rebecca Gonsalves

Rebecca Gonsalves works on The Independent's Fashion Desk.

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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.

The best scented candles: These fancy aromas will make a chilly room instantly inviting

Maybe it's the childhood memories of crisp piles of leaves and smooth conkers nestled in pockets, but autumn is a time of year I relish. The brief hibernation between the long days of summer and December's social whirligig appeals to my sybaritic side.

Model wears grey knit £188, skirt £188; AllSaints, allsaints.com

AllSaints' latest collection has the label moving with the times

A lot has changed for the British brand since it first opened its doors 20 years ago

Model wears Glitz Fix £16, Ciaté

Bring a touch of ghoulish glamour to Halloween

Going gothic this Halloween doesn’t have  to be ghastly – instead bring a touch of glamour to bobbing for apples, says Rebecca Gonsalves

The best repair and renewal creams: It's time to upgrade your skincare regime

From Estee Lauder to Boots' No 7, look after your skin this season

Model wears: T-shirt £35, skirt £129, brogues £198; jigsaw-online.com

Jigsaw's new collection masters the art of collaboration

This season, Jigsaw turns to the impressive archive of William Morris to create a collection replete  with moody blues, says Rebecca Gonsalves

What lies beneath La Perla's 60 years of luxury lingerie?

Founded six decades ago by an Italian corset-maker, who was known as the ‘golden scissors’, the luxury lingerie brand is proof that you can still be sexy at 60

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