Online sales climbed a record breaking 58% as HoF celebrated 'best ever' Christmas
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Monday 09 February 2009
Thursday 05 February 2009
It is our little secret, of course, but every working woman faces the same dilemma when stood in front of her wardrobe each morning: should we dress like a hooker for the office today, or keep it simple with a sombre suit? Would leopard print or pinstripe work best? Fishnets or opaques?
Sunday 25 January 2009
Saturday 03 January 2009
He was a trusted curator at the V&A, a man who helped restore the museum's glory after the Second World War. But John Nevin also took some of that glory to his own home
Saturday 27 December 2008
Saturday 27 December 2008
The priestess of designer fashion, Miuccia Prada, once told me that a woman's obsession with bags – and shoes – has its roots in the fact that these hardware-laden, status-driven receptacles are an easier way to make a fashion statement than, say, wearing a coat that looks like a big green teddy bear or a jewel-coloured turban. And what La Prada says ...
Tuesday 16 December 2008
Bargain hunters helped drive online retail sales last month but a drop in footfall on the high street at the weekend suggests the soaring trade on the internet is hitting stores that do not have an online presence.
Wednesday 03 December 2008
Monday 24 November 2008
More than 400,000 women have had handbags stolen from cars in the last 12 months, it was revealed today.
Sunday 19 October 2008
Saturday 13 September 2008
Saturday 02 August 2008
Sunday 06 July 2008
Saturday 05 July 2008
Monday 02 June 2008
The baggage carousel might parade accessories in front of an audience, but it can be more of an anti-catwalk than a fashionable showcase. Lumpen rucksacks, gym bags and boring black nylon cases offer further proof that the golden age of travel is about as "over" as a pair of kitten heels. However, while cheap functionality might still prevail when it comes to luggage, among style- conscious travellers there is a growing interest in finding cases and accessories that combine efficiency with aesthetics.
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