Tweaking your hairstyle is a much easier way to keep your finger firmly on the pulse with the latest trends. This season it's all about textured waves and Sarah Young highlights the best way to achieve model-off-duty hair
Designers are obsessed with fast cars and loud colours for spring/summer 2016. Sport with caution, advises Alexander Fury
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.
The closing statement of the autumn/winter 2016 Paris collections was one not of eighties haute couture reassertion, but of using the old to mould the new, says Alexander Fury
I'd like to stop the slob – wear trousers rather than jeans, buttoned-up shirts as opposed to T-shirts
Add a hint of metal to your make-up this festive season for the easiest way to achieve a party-ready look
Fashion’s new democratic bent means there are small-but-stylish designer gifts to suit all pockets, says Alexander Fury
Fur is big news for autumn, but animal lovers need not fret – faking it has never been easier, says Rebecca Gonsalves
Step out in style this autumn with our selection of clothing and accoutrements for the gentleman about town
Time is running out for Swedish America’s Cup challenger Artemis, whose sailing director is Iain Percy, after going two down to the Italians in the semi-final of the Louis Vuitton Cup elimination series.
Italian America’s Cup challenger Luna Rossa has carried out its threat to pull out of Sunday’s opening race of the Louis Vuitton Cup in San Francisco.
'Designer clothing' is a phrase you don't really hear much anymore. Instead, we use 'fashion' which is both a noun, and a verb. It puts the onus on the making, rather than the design.
Retailers are desperately trying to foist flapper fringing and all things Jazz Age on to shoppers to coincide with the long-awaited release of The Great Gatsby. But, with the great Miuccia Prada designing some of the costumes for the big-screen version, everything else just pales into insignificance – no matter how many paillettes it’s been strewn with.
(Clockwise from top) Striped tights, £15, emiliocavallini.com
Luxury goods exports see huge rise, reports Rebecca Gonsalves from Milan Fashion Week
Forget the dregs of the winter sales and inject your wardrobe with some of the biggest trends of the pre-collections, says Gemma Hayward