The diet often becomes a fanatical and joyless one
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Sunday 29 June 1997
Once you were the office baby - now there are layers of bright babies under you. Everywhere, youth reigns supreme. Worried? You bet, says Hester Lacey
Sunday 22 June 1997
At pounds 230, you're paying for the name with Stella McCartney's Bowli ng Shirt
Sunday 08 June 1997
Graduate Fashion Week begins tomorrow. More than a thousand students from 37 colleges will present their work in front of industry bigwigs on the look out for the Next Big Thing. But the week's shows aren't just about displaying the talents of future Alexander McQueens or John Gallianos: the clothing industry is the third-biggest employer in this country and eager graduates are likely to find themselves in any one of a huge range of jobs. We caught up with four of last year's fashion graduates from Central Saint Martin's College of Art, and found that students from the class of '96 have ended up in some unlikely roles - from trainee buyer for a high-street chain, to print designer, fashion editor and assistant at a prestigious Paris fashion house
Fandango: What's hot, what's cold, what's good, what's bad - Fashion Fandango brings you the latest from the glamorous (I think not) world of fashion
Sunday 11 May 1997
2Oh, please! Warn any friends who may be visiting the capital not to rely on the knowledge of black-cab drivers, who are unaware of the hippest places in town. Don't, whatever you do, ask to be taken to the fashionable Met bar at the Metropolitan Hotel, or, like a friend of a friend of mine, you might well end up in the plush, gilt, but ever-so- untrendy surroundings of the London Metropole Hotel on the Edgware Road! Hello, Mr black cab driver, get with the in crowd, eh?, and familiarise your cheeky-chappy selves with Park Lane.
Wednesday 16 April 1997
Stella McCartney, 25, daughter of ex Beatle Sir Paul, has succeeded Karl Lagerfeld as chief designer at the French house Chloe, to the amazement of the British fashion establishment.
Sunday 23 February 1997
For weeks, London's fashion world has been preoccupied with one thing: how to get into the Alexander McQueen show at London Fashion Week, opening today. McQueen isn't the only star attraction, though - both Jasper Conran and Vivienne Westwood make their return to the capital's catwalks; while Miu Miu, Prada's younger and more accessible line, arrives in London for the first time. For an insight into who will be who over the coming season, read our A to Z of London Fashion Week
Tuesday 13 June 1995
Tamsin Blanchard reports on the fashion design debut of Paul McCartney' s daughter
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