Time to retire those mini skirts as hemlines drop for autumn/winter, says Emma Akbareian
Decorated denim’s everywhere right now, particularly covered in colourful embroidery and badges, writes Naomi Attwood
Ward off those winter beauty woes with the new season’s most illuminated look yet, writes Sarah Young
From social media mavens to starring roles in Vogue, it looks as though fashion’s feline friend is here to stay writes Sarah Young
Hair straighteners are hot again as super-smooth locks make a comeback. Sarah Young takes a look at the latest tools that take all the guilt out of heat styling
Keeping your eyes protected is important but with a wealth of frames to choose from there’s no need to skimp on style. Sarah Young takes a look at some of this season’s hottest eyewear trends
There's a new colour code in town so it's time to step away from the dark and into the light with clashing rainbow hues. Sarah Young investigates why it's time to ditch the rules and don a technicolour dreamcoat this spring/summer
Instead of roaming wide across the world, key luxury brands have chosen to present their 2017 resort season wares in and around London. They’re imbued with a touch of eccentric Britishness – but they’re geared to the rich tastes of the capital’s burgeoning number of billionaires, both residents and tourists, says Alexander Fury
Holey moley! Men in lace is the surprise trend of the spring/summer 2016 shows. But it isn’t just a catwalk fantasy: it’s trickling onto sale rails and even the high street. Rebecca Gonsalves grapples with guys in guipure.
I wonder if Bicester Village is the future of fashion? For the uninitiated, I’m referring not to the sleepy Oxfordshire civil parish, but rather an adjacent shopping outlet a friend of mine described as “Bond Street via Brookside,” the latter due to the quaint, parochial barn-styled building that house its shops, then former because of the shops themselves, running the gamut from Dior to Balenciaga to Fendi to Céline. The highest-profile absences are Hermes, Chanel and Louis Vuitton - the CEO of the latter, Michael Burke, once disparagingly comment to me that outlets weren’t luxury. Which is a fair enough comment. They are big business though: 6.3 million customers flock to Bicester each year.
Transparent trousers may not be the most practical of items, but as a way to show off lithe legs there’s nothing finer. They're everywhere for spring/summer 2016 says Rebecca Gonsalves
The image of a model leaning against a wall has been banned from the fashion brand’s ad
Revenue was boosted by Alessandro Michele’s first collection
Move hailed as 'magical' by brand's creative director but described as 'Disneyfication' of the church by clergy
From frilly lace shirts and florals to open neck bowling shirts and wide leg trousers
From futuristic fantasy to the return of the slip dress, Alexander Fury and Rebecca Gonsalves look back at the spring/summer 2016 shows for inspiration