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These Are The Most Popular Halloween Costumes, According To Pinterest

The popular visual discovery app Pinterest and fashion search platform Lyst have come together to predict the top ten costumes everyone will want to wear this Halloween.  Looking at global data from a combined pool of 210 million monthly users, Pinterest and Lyst have revealed the top 10 most wanted looks this year so far.  1. Pennywise The Clown From ...

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Is Fenty Beauty Cruelty Free? And Other Things You Might Be Wondering About The Brand

The launch of Fenty Beauty took place on the last day of London Fashion Week (19 September), at an incredible event hosted by Harvey Nichols in Knightsbridge.  The collection includes foundations, concealers, highlighters and lip glosses suitable for every skin tone. Something for which we’re all grateful.  One thing’s for sure, Fenty Beauty has already made quite the splash. But ...

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9 reasons why the north of England is the best place to study in the UK

It’s great up North (Picture: Wikimedia; Getty) Many students looking to go university might immediately jump to the assumption London is the best option. Those who carried out their studies up north would argue differently. 10 reasons why Leeds is the best place to go to university in the UK While London is a fantastic city full of opportunity, you’ll ...

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London Fashion Week: Tommy Hilfiger's Debut Flaunted Gigi, Bella And Anwar Hadid

Anwar Hadid, Gigi and Bella’s younger brother, made a stealthy appearance on the Tommy Hilfiger catwalk.  The ‘Tommy Now’ extravaganza took place on day five of London Fashion Week and the stars were out in full force.  There were just as many well-known faces on the catwalk as there were on FROW, but one not-so-famous model (yet) stood out: the ...

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Pretty Little Thing Advert Banned For 'Sexualising' Models 'Who Appear To Be Children'

Pretty Little Thing has had to take down an advert after it was banned by the Advertising Standard Authority (ASA) because a viewer complained the models looked too young.  The Manchester-based company was told by the ASA to make sure “future adverts did not sexualise those who appear to be children.” Press Association The advert first aired during Dinner Date ...

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Six Women Wore The Same Dress To A Wedding And No, They Weren’t Bridesmaids

What happens when six wedding guests say “yes” to the same dress? A potential fashion nightmare ended with a good laugh after six women wore the same exact dress to a friend’s wedding in New South Wales, Australia, on Saturday 2016 September, giving the bridesmaids some unexpected competition.  “I’ve heard of two women, maybe three, wearing the same dress, but ...

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Someone Made A Dad Bod Bum Bag That No One Asked For

The term “beer belly” could soon have a whole new meaning. The Dadbag is a fanny pack that is designed to look like a hairy man’s stomach. Albert Pukies, a 27-year-old who lives in London, England, invented the fabric pouch. “My inspiration was seeing all the posts about dad bods being cool,” he told HuffPost. “I think people want them because ...

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Capturing The Theatre Of London Fashion Week SS2018: Days Three, Four And Five

London Fashion Week, which opened on Friday, featured more than 100 designers from different corners of the world. I’ve been shooting there for over a decade, and this season drew in more high-profile brands than most, including Emporio Armani, which hasn’t staged a show in London for 10 years, and Tommy Hilfiger, which moved from its usual slot at New ...

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Banning This Pretty Little Things Ad Sends A Dangerous Message About Women's Sexuality

Women, be careful how you behave when out in public or someone might mistake you for a child and have inappropriate thoughts. That’s the message I got from the Advertising Standards Authority’s decision to ban a Pretty Little Thing advert because it featured models who it deemed appeared to be under 16. The models are in fact aged 23 and ...

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I'll Never Forget The Moment I Got To Thank Rihanna For 'Everything'

I remember growing up comfortable with the fact that makeup didn’t come in my colour. It was an odd, shrug-worthy, ‘that’s-the-way-it-is’ kind of comfortable. Thus I was okay with the fact that, when I’d be old enough, I’d have to remember to buy my foundation on the (very) occasional trip to Paris, or order it online and have the products ...

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