The annual Glamour Women of the Year Awards took place last night in New York with stars from the world of entertainment and fashion in attendance
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Those magical Centre Court tickets were rather easier for some to procure than for others. Being Scottish helped, naturally: there was Alex Salmond, Scotland’s First Minister. Multiple Olympic gold medalist Sir Chris Hoy had a seat, as did the star of ‘The 300’, actor Gerard Butler. The latter had somehow colour co-ordinated his grey jacket with a non-Scot on his right, Hollywood idol Bradley Cooper, which perhaps explains the pair’s smug, sunglassed selfie, captured for posterity on Twitter.
Farewell to Girls Aloud, who have decided to go their separate ways. The split, although devastating to some, will likely have been met by many with the same reaction that greeted the news that Westlife had split, ie.: “I didn’t know they were still together.”
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There’s no escaping Cara Delevingne. Walking for all the big designers on the international fashion week catwalks, model of the year at the British Fashion Awards and this month’s Vogue cover star, now the 20-year-old model has registered her name as an official trademark.
Victoria Beckham presents her first-ever knitwear collection during New York Fashion Week. All the clothes were made in Britain and introducing traditional British fabrics worked quite well on the runway that was being watched by the fashion elite.
The front row got distracted by David Beckham siting next to Vogue's editor Anna Wintour, which was well commented on the social networks.
The Absolutely Fabulous comedian has written a musical using the Spice Girls' biggest hits
She enjoyed worldwide fame as a Spice Girl, married one of the most celebrated footballers of all time and has a hugely successful eponymous fashion brand.
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