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As she celebrates the launch of her new Topshop collection, here are the stories behind five of her most iconic quotes
The twenty-first century habit of instantly recording a show and broadcasting the results across social media is damaging to fashion - but some designers aren't playing ball
Armando Iannucci recently said that the UK falls behind the US when it comes to female comedy writers. Do you find it to be a male-dominated industry?
Shellsuits, robes and the ubiquitous skirt-for-men fought for attention in London’s showcase of masculine couture. But while innovation is predictably irritating, this is how the future will look
Online sales climbed a record breaking 58% as HoF celebrated 'best ever' Christmas
Sticking to a new year fitness regime should be a breeze with this sporty gear, says Emma Akbareian
The diet often becomes a fanatical and joyless one
Windswept beaches, chocolate-based spa treaments, rustic rooms, art hotels, edible blooms, and old colonial buildings
The style calendar has gone crazy, as it seeks to exploit the bit between ‘seasons’. Fashion editor Alexander Fury offers help
The wife of the governor of the Bank of England has condemned cheap clothes as a “toxic skin” which damage the environment and fail to reflect the “true costs of production”.
The bigger the pom-pom, the better. Embrace the cold with this playful chunky-knit, says Linda Sharkey
Make use of gold, silver and bronze metallic make-up to ensure you sparkle this party season, writes Holly Swayne
The fashion giant is going Gaga, Alexander Fury reveals today. So what do these two giant brands see in each other?
Industrial designer Tom Dixon has put the funk into multi-functional with a capsule collection for Adidas, says Rebecca Gonsalves
Who has left luxury behind to face the bushtucker trials down-under?
There’s more to ASOS than meets the eye, as proven by its latest Crafted In collection, which takes wardrobe classics back to their roots, says Lee Holmes